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English Journey 3 Student's Book Sample

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English STUDENT'S BOOK Elizabeth Gordon Jennifer Heath Philip James Aligned with the CEFR & Cambridge Primary English CurriculumA1

Contents UNIT Reading Vocabulary Grammar Listening Speaking Writing Welcome - - - pages 4-9 - • t he alphabet & • a / an • labelling a • identifying the • w riting a Family & colours • this / that / these picture odd one out paragraph Friends • w riting words (pictures) and about yourself • the body / those and numbers in giving reasons and your family pages 10-27 gaps • a sking and • c hecking your • numbers 1-20 • p repositions of • looking carefully answering spelling at people in a questions about • classroom time picture before a picture listening to • u sing complete language • plurals match names to sentences when them answering • telling the time • there is / there are questions • d ays of the week, months of the year & seasons Meet the Amazing Kids! & Song: The Amazing Kids • M y amazing • family members • s ubject family! • adjectives pronouns • W here’s your • s imple verb • to be homework? collocations • p ossessive • Best friends adjectives, ’s, • An amazing possessive family pronouns, whose? Values: Being a • p repositions of good friend place Pronunciation: the letter c Review 1 & Song: Families CLIL: Maths (numbers 21-100) Culture: Birthdays around the world The Amazing Kids Episode 1: Back to school • H e can climb • s port- & hobby- • can • a nswering • talking about • w riting a like Spider-Man! related words • present simple multiple-choice people’s hobbies paragraph • What’s your • adjectives • a dverbs of questions • finding the about your hobby? • w ords to show frequency • d eciding if differences favourite sports • New ball games position • question words statements are between two and hobbies • Dear Diary • p laces related • gerunds true or false pictures • c hecking your to free-time • looking carefully • u sing a variety punctuation Sports & Values: Being a activities at things in a of words and Hobbies team player • s port- & hobby- picture before phrases when related verb listening to answering pages 28-45 collocations colour them questions • c onversational and write on the Home phrases picture Pronunciation: can and can’t pages 46-63 Review 2 & Song: An amazing team! CLIL: Music (instruments) Culture: Sports in different countries The Amazing Kids Episode 2: Afternoon sports • P ainting a • h ome-related • Let’s, imperative, • t icking things • t alking about • w riting a note to bedroom words object pronouns on a list housework a friend making • The video game • housework- • a dverbs of • o rdering places • t alking about a suggestions • A n amazing related verb manner in a house picture • s tarting and house! collocations • c omparative • t hinking about •talking about finishing with • A mazing homes • adjectives forms the kind of problems the correct for sale • h ome- • s uperlative information and making phrases related verb forms needed before suggestions Values: Helping collocations • c omparative listening to at home & superlative write words and Pronunciation: forms numbers in gaps -er Review 3 & Song: Housework CLIL: Maths (shapes) Culture: Traditional homes The Amazing Kids Episode 3: Dr Dark’s house 2

UNIT Reading Vocabulary Grammar Listening Speaking Writing School • The boat schools • school-related • must / have to • d eciding if • talking about • writing a • T he science words • p resent statements are someone’s paragraph pages 64-81 experiment • phrasal verbs continuous true or false lessons about after- • School notices • easily confused • p resent simple • m atching • talking about school activities • S chool: a special words & present speakers to what people • u sing the place • verbs continuous activities usually do and correct verb • adjectives • too / enough • listening to the what they are forms Values: Doing whole dialogue doing today well at school before choosing • u sing because the correct to explain your pictures opinion Pronunciation: -ing Review 4 & Song: Lessons CLIL: Computer studies Culture: Schools in different countries The Amazing Kids Episode 4: Dr Dark’s computer • C hocolate mug • cooking- & food- • c ountable & • a nswering • a sking and • w riting a recipe cake related words uncountable multiple-choice answering for a snack • E at like an • verbs nouns questions questions about • u sing athlete or an • adjectives • some / any • d eciding which a picture sequencing astronaut • m uch / many / a speaker chooses • d escribing words • T omatoes: they lot of / lots of / a different kinds pictures to tell a Food & taste of summer! few / a little of food story Drink • Foodblogger: • p ast simple: to • r eading the • u sing the eating be; there was / question and imperative to pages 82-99 competitions there were looking at give instructions • p ast simple the pictures Nature Values: Not affirmative: carefully before Pronunciation: being greedy regular verbs listening to -ed pages 100-117 • r eflexive match the pronouns pictures and names Review 5 & Song: Food CLIL: Food science Culture: New Year food The Amazing Kids Episode 5: The restaurant • Rabbit saves • nature- & • p ast simple • m atching • identifying the • writing a family weather-related affirmative: speakers to odd one out paragraph • Amazing forests words irregular verbs animals (pictures) and about a picture • P roblems in a • phrasal verbs • p ast simple: • w riting words giving reasons • using the warmer world • verbs negative & and numbers in • asking and correct tenses • Amazing • animals question gaps answering weather • future simple • t hinking about questions about • be going to words you the weather Values: Looking • r evision of might hear • using correct after our world tenses before listening tenses when to choose the answering correct pictures questions Review 6 & Song: An amazing place CLIL: Geography Pronunciation: The Amazing Kids Episode 6: The zoo silent letters Culture: Holidays around the world Grammar Tables pages 118-119 Irregular Verbs page 120 CONTENTS 3

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In Unit 1, you will ... Read about an amazing family. Write about your family. Listen to a girl talking about her best friend. Talk about your friend. Learn about birthdays around the world. Find out what happens to Feather and Tall Boy in Episode 1 of The Amazing Kids! 1 Look at the pictures. Are they family or friends? 2 Talk about the pictures. Use these words. baby boy child girl man woman brother dad grandma grandpa mum sister beautiful happy old young UNIT 1 11

Lesson 1 READING I'm Romeo Beckham. This is my family tree! David and Sandra are my grandparents. Grandpa is old. Grandma is A F ind and underline these words in beautiful. They're happy. They have three children, Lynne, David and Joanne. They are brother and sisters. Lynne and Joanne are my aunts the text. What do they mean? and David is my dad. He's a footballer and he's famous. aunt family tree famous Victoria and David are my parents. The newspapers call them 'Posh and footballer newspaper too Becks'. They have three sons and a daughter. Brooklyn and Cruz are my brothers. They are clever. Harper is my sister. She is clever too. This is my amazing family! My amazing family! me B Read the text and write yes or no. 1 David and Sandra have three children. 2 Lynne and Joanne are sisters. 3 Victoria is an aunt. 4 David and Victoria have four children. 5 Romeo, Brooklyn and Cruz are brothers. 6 Harper is an aunt. C Now label the pictures in the family tree with these words. aunt aunt brother brother dad grandpa grandma mum sister 12 Amazing fact! D id you know that Romeo Beckham's mum is famous too? She is a fashion designer and a pop singer.

VOCABULARY To Be (affirmative) We use to be to describe people and things. A Write these words. I am Tom. It is a cute cat. They are my parents. daughter father grandchildren I’m = I am grandfather grandmother grandparents he’s / she’s / it’s = he / she / it is mother parents son we’re / you’re / they’re = we / you / they are 1 mum = 2 dad = 3 grandma = B Complete the sentences with am, is or are. 4 grandpa = 1 We children. 2 My father 5 mum + dad = 3 The bus thin. 6 + = children 4 You and David yellow. 7 grandma + grandpa = 5 My mother short. 8 granddaughter + grandson = 6 They clever and beautiful. 7 I my grandparents. B Complete the sentences with these words. 8 You a young person. clever cute pretty short tall thin my grandma. 1 23 LISTENING 4 56 Listen and write the names. 1 It's . 4 She’s 2 He’s . 5 He’s Ann Kim Harry Jack Tony 3 He’s . 6 He's 12 3 4 . . . GRAMMAR See Grammar Unit 1 Lesson 1. Subject Pronouns 5 Subject pronouns show who or what something is or does. They replace the subject (person or thing) of a verb. SPEAKING Grandpa is old. He is old. The cat is white. It is white. Talk to your partner about your family. Those girls are pretty. They are pretty. Maria is my grandmother. She’s beautiful. Singular Plural I we John and Peter are my you you brothers. They’re clever. he / she / it they UNIT 1 LESSON 1 13 A Circle the correct words. 1 You are Jim. You are Jack. We / You are my brothers. 2 Those are my aunts. They / You are tall. 3 That woman is my mum. It / She is pretty. 4 This is my toy. She / It is old. 5 You are clever. We / You are beautiful too! 6 I am Tom. This is Fran. We / They are friends.

Lesson 2 READING A Find and underline these words in the dialogue. What do they mean? homework lunch sometimes twins Brad and Greg are twins. Brad is good, but Greg is sometimes naughty. He sometimes plays games on the teachers at school. The teachers ask, ‘Are you Brad or Greg?’ and Greg sometimes says, ‘I’m Brad’. The twins are in school today. Teacher Hello boys. Greg Hello Mr Hall. Teacher Are you Brad or Greg? Greg I’m Brad. Brad No, that’s wrong. I’m Brad. Greg No. I’m Brad and I’m very clever. Teacher Well, you aren’t very clever today. Where’s your homework, Brad? Greg My homework? ... you mean Brad’s homework! Teacher Yes, and you’re Brad. Where’s your homework? Greg No, I’m Greg, Mr Hall. You have my homework. Teacher No. You’re Brad. I have your brother’s homework. Greg Er... Teacher Come on! No lunch for you! Come and do your homework now. Greg But ...! Brad Bye, bye, Brad! B Read the dialogue. Who says these things? Write T for teacher, B for Brad or G for Greg. 1 Are you Brad or Greg? 2 No, that’s wrong. 3 I’m Brad and I’m very clever. 4 I have your brother’s homework. 5 No lunch for you! 6 Bye, bye, Brad! 14 Amazing fact! D id you know that about 33% of twins look exactly the same?

VOCABULARY A Complete the sentences with 'm not, isn’t or aren’t. A Complete the sentences with these words. 1 The fish are orange. They black. 2 The book is blue. It fat funny hungry naughty thirsty 3 We’re twelve years old. We pink. 12 thirteen years old. 4 I’m hungry. I 5 You’re good. You thirsty. 6 Greg’s young. He naughty. 7 Linda’s my mother. She old. grandmother. my 8 You and Milly are wrong. You right. 34 5 B Circle the correct short answers. 1 This cat’s . 1 Is she clever? Yes, I am. / Yes, she is. 2 This is a cat. 2 Is it a mouse? Yes, it is. / Yes, you are. 3 This is a cat. 3 Are they funny? No, it isn’t. / No, they aren’t. 4 This cat’s . 4 Am I your friend? Yes, you are. / Yes, he is. 5 This is a cat. 5 Are you hungry? No, it isn’t. / No, I’m not. 6 Are you ten? No, we aren’t. / No, they aren’t. 7 Are we naughty? Yes, you are. / Yes, he is. 8 Is he your teacher? No, he isn’t. / No, we aren’t. SPEAKING B Complete the sentences with these words. Which picture is different? Circle, point and say. Use these words to help you. cute naughty tall thirsty This boy isn’t tall. come play go say talk 1 The twins games. a bc 2 We to our friends at school. 3 4 You’re wrong! on, let’s go! 5 Let’s sorry! home! 1a 1b 1c GRAMMAR See Grammar Unit 1 Lesson 2. To Be 2a 2b 2c Negative I’m not = I am not 3a 3b 3c he / she / it isn’t = he / she / it is not we / you / they aren’t = we / you / they are not WRITING Questions Write sentences in your notebook about the pictures Am I ...? in Speaking. Is he / she / it ...? Are we / you / they ...? UNIT 1 LESSON 2 15 Short answers Yes, I am. No, I’m not. Yes, he / she / it is. No, he / she / it isn’t. Yes, we / you / they are. No, we / you / they aren’t.

Lesson 3 READING A Find and underline these words in the webpage. What do they mean? chimp like look after place together Write to us about best friends! There are great prizes! I’m Steve and I’m fourteen. I’m Mandy and I’m thirteen. On Look at these best friends! Saturdays, I go to my best friend’s The chimp’s name is Anjana. house in the morning. We make She looks after two white cakes and then we have lunch. In baby tigers, Mitra and Shiva. the afternoon, we sometimes ride They live in a special place our bikes to the park and have for animals. The baby tigers lemonade in the café there. At are lucky. Anjana loves them home, we watch TV and eat the like a mother. She’s amazing. cakes. My best friend is special She plays with them every day. and we have fun together. It’s They’re always together. never boring at her house! My best friend is my grandma! LIKE LIKE B Read the webpage and circle the correct words. VALUES 1 Anjana is a chimp / tiger. You read about best 2 There are two / three baby tigers. friends. What do 3 Mitra and Shiva are amazing / lucky. you think makes a 4 Mandy and her best friend make cakes in the afternoon / morning. good friend? 5 Mandy’s best friend is boring / special. 16 Amazing fact! D id you know that animals have friends? Studies show that chimps, horses, elephants and dolphins can be best friends with different kinds of animals.

VOCABULARY Possessive ,s Be careful! We use 's after singular nouns Complete the sentences with these words. (cat) and an apostrophe (') We use 's after after plural nouns (cats) to show irregular plural boring busy famous lucky special who or what owns something. nouns (without s). The cat’s tail is short. The women’s 1 Lots of people know Anjana the chimp. The cats’ tails are short. dresses are red. She's . 2 This book is good. It's very funny. It isn't . B Circle the correct words. 3 This is my favourite park. It's beautiful here. This place is . 1 There are two girls. The girls’ / girl’s bikes are dirty. 2 Ben’s / Bens’ hair is red. 4 My family is amazing. I have lots of brothers and 3 The twins’ / twin’s baby sister is funny. sisters. I'm very . 4 The boys’ / boy’s names are Peter, Dylan and Grant. 5 This is my sister. My sisters’ / sister’s favourite 5 I have lots of friends and lots of hobbies. I'm a very person. colour is blue. GRAMMAR See Grammar Unit 1 Lesson 3. Possessive Adjectives LISTENING Possessive adjectives show who or what owns something. We put possessive adjectives before nouns. Listen and write. That’s a beautiful horse. Its name is Leo. Subject Possessive Pronouns Adjectives I my Be careful! My best you your friend he his • it’s and its she her • you’re and your it its • he’s and his we our you your they their Name: 1 How old?: 2 Hair: long, 3 A The words in bold are wrong. Write the correct S a t u rd a ys: go to the 4 words. Charlie: 5 , fat an d funny 1 You and Irene are beautiful. My eyes are green. SPEAKING 2 The boys are twins. Your names are Ben and Dan. Ask and answer with a partner about your best friend. 3 That cat is cute. Their legs are short. • Who is your best friend? 4 We're sisters. His favourite day is Saturday! • How do you spell his/her name? • How old is he/she? 5 I’m Peter and these are her parents. • Is your best friend clever/funny? • Is he/she tall/short/thin/cute? 6 Hello, Liam. Is this its bike? Who is your best friend? 7 This is my grandpa. Our hair is white. 8 Mary is good, but your brother is naughty. My best friend's John. UNIT 1 LESSON 3 17

Lesson 4 READING A Find and underline these words in the article. What do they mean? biggest expensive full minibus trolley work youngest AN amazing family! The Radford family is famous. It is the biggest family in Britain. There are eighteen children! Their parents, Mr Noel Radford and Mrs Sue Radford, are very happy. Their youngest child is a baby. Her name is Phoebe. She is very lucky. She is a beautiful baby girl with eight brothers and nine sisters! Two sisters and two brothers are grown-ups. Sophie is Noel and Sue’s second child and now she is a mother too. Noel and Sue are grandparents and Sophie’s brothers and sisters are uncles and aunts! But there aren’t any cousins yet! This family is a lot of work. The parents are very busy. Every week there are 125 pairs of dirty socks! Their family car is a minibus and their supermarket trolley is always full! This big, hungry family is expensive! B R ead the article and answer the questions in your notebook. 1 Who is the youngest child in the Radford family? 2 How many sons are there in the family? 3 How many children are grown-ups? 4 Is Phoebe an aunt? 5 Are there a lot of dirty socks? 18 Amazing fact! D id you know that the Radford family use two packets of cereal and more than ten litres of milk at breakfast every day?

VOCABULARY B Make questions. A Complete the sentences with these words. 1 ? / are / books / those / whose aunt baby cousins grown-up uncle . 2 ? / that / minibus / whose / is 1 Your mother’s sister is your . 2 A very young child is a(n) 3 ? / is / whose / this / bike 3 Your mother’s brother is your . 4 Your aunt’s sons and daughters are your 4 ? / socks / whose / these / are . 5 My brother is eighteen; he is a(n) JUST SAY it! . A R ead these words and think about the sound of the B Find the stickers. Use the words in bold to help you. letters in pink. What are the two different sounds? 1 23 Lucy second car nice Mac pencil clever sentence 456 B  Now put the words in A in the right place. 1 Neil is the boy with the curly fair hair. Then listen and check. 2 Sara is the girl with the straight fair hair. music /k/ Grace /s/ 3 Janet is the girl with the straight dark hair. 4 Jacob is the man with the moustache. 5 Dan is the man with the beard. 6 Ben is the boy with the straight fair hair. SPEAKING Whose kite is it? It’s theirs. Ask and answer with a partner about the picture. GRAMMAR See Grammar Unit 1 Lesson 4. Possessive Pronouns Subject Possessive Possessive pronouns also Pronouns Pronouns show who or what owns I mine something. We don’t use you yours them with nouns. he his That’s my box. It’s mine. she hers it - we ours you yours they theirs A Match. 1 This is my dress. a It’s hers. 2 This is your toy. b It’s his. 3 This is Tony’s game. c It’s mine. 4 This is Grandma’s watch. d It’s ours. 5 This is my parents’ house. e It’s theirs. 6 This is our book. f It’s yours. WRITING Whose ...? W rite sentences in your notebook about the things in We use the question word whose to ask who or what the picture in Speaking. owns something. • kite • baby • watch • toys • football ‘Whose trolley is this?’ ‘It’s mine.’ UNIT 1 LESSON 4 19

Skills Building GRAMMAR See Grammar Unit 1 Lesson 5. Look at the picture in Listening B and complete these sentences with prepositions of place. Prepositions of Place 1 There are four balloons Prepositions of place show where a person or thing is. the picture. on under in between 2 There is a blue balloon the table. behind in front of next to the pink We use the question word where to ask about place. 3 There is a pink balloon the ‘Where is your house?’ ‘It’s next to the park.’ the yellow balloon. 4 There are two women the table. 5 There is a woman balloon. 6 There is a party hat boy's head. 7 The boy with the fair hair is two girls. LISTENING it right! Look carefully at the A Look carefully at the picture in B. Circle the correct words. people in the picture before you listen. This 1 It’s John’s birthday. What colour is his T-shirt? green / blue will help you to draw 2 Is there a boy with a green T-shirt? yes / no lines from the names 3 Where are the drinks? on the table / under the table to the right people 4 How many grown-ups are at the party? three / two when you listen. 5 Is there a boy with black hair? yes / no 6 Is his hair straight or curly? straight / curly B Listen and draw lines. There is one extra name. There is one example. Ben John Lucy Sue Anna Jane Jim 20

SPEAKING it right! Don’t answer questions with one word – use complete sentences. Ask and answer with a partner. For example, say ‘My name's John.’ not just ‘John.’ ∙ What’s your name? What's your name? ∙ How old are you? My name's Emma. ∙ Who is your best friend? ∙ How old is he/she? ∙ How many children are there in your family? ∙ What is your sister’s/brother’s name? WRITING A T ick (✔) the words that have the correct spelling. it right! When you write in Cross out the words that are wrong. English, always check your spelling! Correct 1 cousin cousen any mistakes you find. 2 thier their 3 happy hapy C Write a paragraph about yourself and your 4 daughter dauter 5 strait straight family in your notebook. Use these questions to help you. Don’t forget to check your spelling B R ead the paragraph. Find five spelling mistakes when you finish! What’s your name? and correct them. How old are you? How many children are there in your family? Hello! My name is Tom. I’m eleven What are their names? years old. There are too children in my Is your brother/sister tall/short/thin ... family – me and my sister, Daisy. Daisy ... with short/long/curly/straight/black/brown hair? is tall and thin with cirly black hair. She Is he/she clever/funny/cute/naughty/beautiful? is clever and beutiful. She is very funy Are you friends? too! We are best freinds. Hello! My name is ... UNIT 1 SKILLS BUILDING 21

Review 1 VOCABULARY GRAMMAR A Complete the sentences with these words. A T he words in bold are wrong. Write the correct aunt daughter father grandchild words. grandfather grandmother grandparents 1 You are tall. We are thin too! mother parents son uncle 2 Hello! I am Milly. This is Mandy. They are twins. 3 This is my dress. She is orange. 1 My dad is also my . 4 That boy is Ben. You am his best friend. 2 My dad’s brother is my 5 This is Sue. He is my grandma. 3 My grandpa is also my . 6 You are Anna. You are Lucy. I are my sisters. 7 Those are my aunts. You are teachers. 4 My grandma and my grandpa are my . 8 That man is my grandpa. It is very clever. . 5 My grandma is also my 6 My mum and dad are my . 7 My mum is also my . 8 My mum’s sister is my . 9 I am my grandpa's . 10 I'm Paul. I'm my mum and dad's . and my sister Jane is their . B Complete the opposites. B Complete the sentences with the correct form of 1 ugly ≠ p _ _ _ _ _ to be. 2 curly ≠ s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 good ≠ n _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 I thirteen years old. I’m not 4 short ≠ t _ _ _ twelve. 5 fat ≠ t _ _ _ 2 You and Mandy aren’t sisters. You 6 fair ≠ d _ _ _ cousins. 3 He my uncle. He is my father. 4 ‘Is she your mother?’ ‘No, she 5 My cat's nose isn’t black. It .’ C Circle the correct words. pink. 6 They 1 Is it time for lunch? I'm thirsty / hungry. 7 ‘ ugly. They are beautiful. 2 Romeo Beckham's dad is famous / boring. 3 'Let's talk to Mum.' 'No, she's very busy / clever.' aren’t.’ we naughty, Mum?’‘No, you 4 That's my new bike. I'm very special / lucky. 8 I a baby. I’m a boy. D Circle the correct words. C Circle the correct words. 1 Our favourite day is Sunday. We play / talk 1 I’m Brad and this is Greg. Our / His favourite uncle games at home. is Uncle Mac! 2 It’s boring here. Let’s come / go home. 2 ‘Whose / Where is the café?’‘It’s next to the park.’ 3 Mandy, ask / say sorry to your aunt! 3 That is Grace’s game. It’s hers / mine. 4 Go / Come on, Molly. Let’s go to the park! 4 I’m Steve and these are its / my cousins, Tracy and 5 I say / talk to lots of my friends at school. Noel. 5 There are two cats. The cats' / cat's eyes are blue. 6 ‘Where / Whose book is this?’‘It’s his.’ 7 Alice’s / Alices’ feet are very big! 8 This is the boys’ mouse. It’s theirs / yours. 22

Song D Choose the correct answers. 15 a on a in Families b behind b under Let’s sing about our families! 26 Is yours big or small? Is your mum short? a between a behind Is yours big or small? b in front of b in front of Is your dad tall? Let’s sing about our families! 37 There are mothers, there are fathers, a on a next to Brothers and sisters, b next to b between Aunts and uncles too. There are sons and daughters, 4 Cousins and babies, Twins and grandparents, too. a in b under Let’s sing about our families! Is yours boring or fun? watch this! Is your grandma old? What different kinds of family Is yours boring or fun? are there in the video? Is your grandpa young? Let’s sing about our families! REVIEW 1 & SONG 23

CLIL: Maths A L ook at and practise numbers B Write the numbers in words. 21-100. Numbers 21-100 1 23 4 56 twenty-one 7 89 21 22 twenty-two 23 twenty-three 24 twenty-four twenty-five 25 26 twenty-six twenty-seven 27 28 twenty-eight 29 30twenty-nine 40 50forty thirty fifty 60 70sixty seventy 80 eighty 90 ninety 100 one hundred C H ow old are the people in your family? Complete D T alk about the people in C with Be careful! the table. your partner. 13 thirteen 30 thirty Person Age My mum is 28 years old. My dad is 33. Project: My family tree Make a family tree. Find photos or draw pictures of the people in your family. Write their names and their ages. Use the family tree on page 12 to help you. 24

Birthdays around the world CULTURE Fairy Bread Children in Australia have fairy bread on their birthday. Fairy bread is bread with butter and coloured sprinkles. The sprinkles are red, orange, yellow, blue, green, brown and white. You cut fairy bread into triangles. Piñata Lots of people have a piñata at birthday celebrations in Mexico. There are sweets inside the piñata. You hit the piñata with a stick. The piñata opens and there are sweets for you and your friends! A Read the texts about birthdays around the world. Tick (✔) the countries you read about. Britain Sweden Mexico Birthday cake China Australia France America Canada Italy People around the world have cakes on their birthdays. There B R ead the paragraphs again and circle T (true) are candles on birthday cakes, too. But in Sweden there is or F (false). a flag on birthday cakes. The Swedish flag is blue and yellow, 1 Fairy bread is a cake. T/F Birthday Bumps so it is pretty on a cake. 2 There are sweets in a piñata. T/F 3 A 12-year-old can get 13 birthday bumps. T / F In Britain, the ‘bumps’ are 4 The Swedish flag has four colours. T/F fun for birthdays. Your 5 There are many noodles in a bowl friends or family bump you of long-life noodles. T/F up and down. One bump is for one year. So thirteen C  People in some countries sing a song when bumps are for thirteen years old! Sometimes there is an it is someone’s birthday. Sing the Happy extra bump for good luck. Birthday song. Happy birthday to you. Long-life noodles Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday, happy birthday. In China, people eat a long-life noodle on Happy birthday to you. their birthday. It’s very long. It’s a symbol of long life. You must eat it all and you D Ask and answer with a partner. mustn’t break it! • When is your birthday? take it home! • W hat do people in your country do on their Tell your family about the best birthday celebration. birthday? • D o you know about any birthday celebrations from other countries? • W hat do you think is the best birthday celebration? 25

The Amazing Kids 2 Episode 1: Back to school 1 It's September and Day 1 of school. Hello Cat! Oh, sorry. That’s good. My hair is straight now. Are you OK? Where’s my best friend, Rocky? He’s behind the tree. Hi Dash! Hello Cat! We're together again! Where’s Feather? Oh! Hi Dash. Yes, I am. 5 Oh no! Where’s my superpower? Oh no! Tall Boy is short again! 6 Cat, where are you? 26

4 It’s OK, Feather. I’m not short now! 3 Look! Feather's in the Thanks, Tall Boy! tree. Hello Feather! You’re very nice ... Ha ha! How are Be quiet! you, Feather? It isn’t funny! … and tall … … and thin! 8 7 Are you OK, Tall Boy? Are you thirsty? There’s an ugly man No, I’m not. I’m short and fat Hey, boys! behind the door! again! Where’s my superpower? I’m in the tree! Boys! You are very naughty! Come here! 9 Ha ha ha! I’m very clever! Who is that man? EPISODE 1 27

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