2Our school has many helpers. Together we work and play. We look after our school And one another,Each and every day.Book p.26Our town is full of people,Offices and shops.From young to old,We play our partTo make our town the top!
3The children write about how they can help out in the classroom. Book p.28-29Everyone writes oneThing he or she cando onto a paper hand.I can emptyThe rubbishbin.I can dustThe shelves.I can sweepThe floor.I can cleanThe board.I can mopthe floor.I can stackthe books.I can put away the paint pots..
4The children visit old Mr. Chau at home. How can they help out? Book p.30I can dust the furniture.You can clean the car.He can wash the dishes.She can fold the clothes.
5They can paint the fence. We can tidy theRoom.They can paint the fence.Book p.30Look! Even the cat can help.It can catch mice.
6The children help one another and other People too. Book p.19Jim sees some litter in the park.He picks it up.Tim is carrying a lot of things.I help him to carry his bag.Jill and I make a mess.Liz helps us to clean up.
7You fall down. I help you to get up. Book p.31I forgot to bring my pencil case.Mary lends me a pen.The librarians are busy. We helpthem to put away the books.
8There are things we should do to help out. There are also things we should not do.Book p.33We should throw our litter in the rubbish bin.We should help to clear the table.We should not make a mess.
9We should help to mop the floor. We should not be lazy.Book p.33We should help to mop the floor.We use should and should not to talk about our duties.
10Once, a fierce typhoon blew across a small The TyphoonOnce, a fierce typhoon blew across a smallIsland. It was so strong that it blew theroofs off the houses. It broke the small treesIn half. It lifted fishing boats out of the sea, andThrew them onto the beach. Everywhere it blew, it leftA huge mess.Book p.34When the storm was over, the people said, “What shallWe do? We have no homes.”One man said, “I know. Let’s help one another. If weWork together, we can clean up the mess. We can fixour houses.”And that was just what they did!
11i o u I is the sound that you hear at the beginning of the word ill. There is an insectIn my drink,And it is givingMe a wink!Book p.35-36O is the sound that you hear at the beginning of the word orange.oRiding on an ostrichIs not much fun.He’ll throw you right offBefore you’ve begun!uU is the sound that you hear at the beginning of the word up.Come under my umbrella,There’s room for two.My umbrella is big enough For me and you.