- Ex. 1 (p. 24) Listen and colour. Then say.
Children listen and colour in the items. Then ask questions. (e.g. What colour is the pencil?)
Woman: Look at the picture. Can you find the pencil?
Boy: Then pencil? Oh yes! I can see the pencil!
Woman: Colour the pencil yellow.
Boy: A yellow pencil. Right.
Woman: What about the schoolbag? Can you find the
Boy: The schoolbag? Oh yes.
Woman: Colour the schoolbag green.
Boy: A green schoolbag. OK.
Woman: Now find the pen.
Boy: I can see the pen. What colour is the pen?
Woman: Then pen is blue.
Boy: A blue pen.
Woman: Can you find the rubber?
Boy: The rubber? Oh yes! I can see the rubber!
Woman: Colour the rubber red.
Boy: A red rubber?
Woman: Yes, a red rubber.
Woman: Now find the pencil case.
Boy: Oh, I can see the pencil case.
Woman: Good. Now colour the pencil case yellow.
Boy: Yellow! A yellow pencil case. OK.
- Ex. 2 (p. 25) Find 5 differences and circle. Then say.
Children look and circle the differences. Then they talk about them. (e.g. three schoolbags – one schoolbag etc.)
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