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1 H1 Filling in words for songs The itsy bitsy spider (1) Went up the water spout, Down came the rain And washed the spider out, Out came the sun And dried up all the rain, And the itsy bitsy spider Went up the spout again. Five little monkeys (1) jumping on the bed, One fell off and bumped his head! Momma called the doctor and The doctor said, No more monkeys jumping on the bed! Mary had a little lamb (2) It's fleece was white as snow, Everywhere that Mary went the lamb was sure to go, Followed her to school one day Which was against the rule, It made the children laugh and play to see a lamb at school! Six little ducks (2) That I once knew, Fat ones, skinny ones, fair ones too But the one little duck with the feather on his back, He led the others with a Quack, Quack, Quack! I'm a little teapot (3) Short and stout Here is my handle and here is my spout When I get all steamed up Hear me shout Tip me over and pour me out! Baa, baa, black sheep, (3) Have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, Three bags full. One for my master, One for my dame, One for the little boy Who lives down the lane. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (3) How I wonder what you are Up above the world so high Like a diamond in the sky 1

2 H2 Fill in blanks regarding fun Let's go up and down Winnie the Pooh A B C Blastoff! Sugar Pie Honey Bunch I love you! Head and shoulders Clap your hands See you later H3 Sign Language

3 H4 Animal sounds Make dog sounds Say dog Make cat sound Say cat Make pig sound Say pig Make cow sound Say cow Make sheep sound Say sheep Make duck sound Say duck Make horse sound Say horse Make monkey sound Say monkey Make bird sound Say bird Make frog sound Say frog * use Sounds files H5 Personal Information First name Last name Age School City Phone number Parent's name Sibling amounts H6 Fill in activities It's time to wash your hands. It's time to brush your teeth. It's time to get breakfast. It's time to go swimming. It's time to work. It's time to eat. It's time to go outside. It's time to brush your hair. It's time to play. It's time for the bus. It's time for gym. It's time to read. H7 Intraverbal associations Drum 1 Drum 2 Toilet 1 Toilet 2 Blanket 1 3

4 Blanket 2 Bike 1 Bike 2 Cake mix 1 cake mix 2 Calendar 1 Calendar 2 Tent 1 Tent 2 Mop 1 Mop 2 computer monitor 1 computer monitor 2 Dog 1 Dog 2 Hammer 1 Hammer 2 garden gloves 1 garden gloves 2 hair clip 1 hair clip 2 Necklace 1 Necklace 2 washing machine 1 washing machine 2 Paint 1 Paint 2 Pencil 1 Pencil 2 Square 1 Square 2 Sunglasses 1 Sunglasses 2 Swimsuit 1 Swimsuit 2 Toothbrush 1 Toothbrush 2 Train 1 Train 2 Television 1 Television 2 Coat 1 Coat 2 Hat 1 Hat 2 H8 Fill in object given function You cut with scissors/a knife You sit on a chair You drink from a cup 4

5 You eat with a fork/spoon 5

6 You cook on a stove You wash with soap You drive a car/van You write with a pen/pencil You bounce a ball You sleep in a bed You read a book You photograph with a camera You listen to music You watch TV On your feet you wear shoes On your head you wear a hat On your hand you wear mitts You dry with a towel You write on paper You ride a bike You bath in a bathtub You work at a table/desk You eat food You wash hair with shampoo You boil water in a kettle H9 Fill in function given object You use scissors to cut In a chair, you sit You use a cup to drink You use a fork to eat 6

7 You use a stove to cook You use soap to wash In a car, you drive You use a pencil to write You use a ball to bounce In a bed, you sleep You use a book to read Use a camera to take pictures You have music to listen to You have TV to watch You have shoes to wear on your feet You have a hat to wear on your head You have mitts to wear on your hands You use a towel to dry off You use paper to write on On a bike, you ride You use a bathtub to bath At a desk, you work You use food to eat You use shampoo to wash hair You boil water in a kettle H10 Answer What Home Item What is in the bedroom? What is in the bathroom? What is in the kitchen? What is in the living room? What is in the dining area? What is in the closet? What is in the yard? What is in the fridge? What is in the basement? What is in the garage/shed? What is in the hallway? 7

8 What is in the cupboard? What is in the drawers? What is in the toy box? What is on the bookshelf? What is in the sink? What is in the freezer? What is on the roof? What is in the garbage can? What is in the recycling bin? What is on the counter? What is on the endtable? What is on the coffee table? What is in the laundry room? What is on the bed? What is on the desk? What is in the bathtub? What is at the front door? What is on the walls? What is on the floor? H11 Answer what function What can you cut paper with What can you write with What can you colour with What can you paint with What can you cut food with What can you eat soup with What can you eat with What can you sit on What can you lay on What do you eat at What do you eat from What do you eat soup from What do you drink from What do you drink tea from What do you measure with What do you mix with What do you mix in What holds juice What do you cook soup in What do you put clothes in What do you fry food in What do you store food in What keeps food cold What keeps food frozen What keeps food warm What peels potatoes What opens cans What makes it light What keeps you warm What do you watch What do you play games on What do you listen to 8

9 What wakes you up What looks nice on walls What do you play with What do you carry food on What do you put your head on What do you hang clothes on What do you wear What do you put on your head What do you put on your feet What do you put on your hands What cleans your body What cleans your hair What cleans your teeth What cuts your nails What keeps your neck warm What stores garbage What stores recycling H12 Answer Where Home Item Where is milk? Where is garbage? Where is recycling? Where is bread? Where is eggs? Where is ice? Where is water? Where is juice? Where is pasta? Where is clothes? Where is coathangers? Where is the toilet? Where is the tub? Where is the sink? Where is the table? Where are chairs? Where is the couch? Where is the bed? Where is the dresser? Where are endtables? Where is the coffeetable? Where is the fridge? Where is the stove? Where is the broom? Where is the TV? Where are socks? Where are shoes? Where is the remote control? Where are the lights? Where is the carpet? H13 Answer Where Home Act Where do you eat? 9

10 Where do you cook? Where do you sleep? Where do you watch TV? Where do you play? Where do you do homework? Where do you read? Where do you put milk? Where do you put ice? Where do you put bread? Where do you put clothes? Where do you put laundry? Where do you wash dishes? Where do you wash clothes? Where do you bath? Where do you wash hands? Where do you wash hair? Where do you get dressed? Where do you brush hair? Where do you brush teeth? Where do you bake? Where do you put food? Where do you put garbage? Where do you recycle? Where do you use the toilet? Where do you come in? Where do you get mail? Where do you put shoes on? Where do you put books? Where do you sit? H14 Fill in item given class A type of animal is a dog A type of food is an apple A type of clothing is a shirt A type of furniture is a chair A type of toiletry is soap A type of tool is a hammer A type of appliance is a fridge A type of school supply is a pencil A type of cleaning supply is cleaner A type of building is a school A type of vehicle is a car 10

11 A type of jewelry is a ring A type of makeup is lipstick A type of cutlery is a spoon A type of dish is a bowl A type of electronics is a TV A type of sport is soccer A type of job is teacher A type of flower is a rose A type of bug is a bee A type of colour is red A type of toy is a ball A type of dog is a black lab A type of game is scrabble A city is Sudbury H15 Give items in class Name some toiletries. Soap, toothpaste Name some tools. Hammer, screwdriver Name some appliances. Fridge, dryer Name cleaning products. Cleaner, mop Name school supplies. Pencil, paper Name some foods. Apple, crackers, jam Name some clothing. Shirt, pants, socks Name some furniture. Chair, table, couch Name some buildings. House, school, store Name some vehicles. Car, van, bus Name some jewelry. Ring, watch, necklace Name some makeup. Lipstick, rouge, eyeshadow Name some cutlery. Spoon, fork, knife 11

12 Name some dishes. Bowl, plate, mug Name some electronics. TV, CD player, DVD player Name some sports. Hockey, soccer, baseball, basketball Name some jobs. Teacher, clerk, nurse, cook Name some flowers. Rose, lily, mum, poppy Name some bugs. Bee, fly, butterfly, beetle Name some colours. Red, green, blue, purple. Name some toys. Ball, lego, toy cars, dolls. Name some dogs. Lab, beagle, husky, terrier Name some games. Cards, scrabble, dominoes, chess Name some cities. Toronto, Sudbury, North Bay, Barrie Name some animals. Dogs, cats, fish, cows. Name some toiletries. Soap, toothpaste, brush, shampoo Name some tools. Hammer, screwdriver, drill, nails Name some appliances. Fridge, dryer, stove, washer Name cleaning products. Mop, broom, bucket, cleaner Name school supplies. Pencil, paper, glue, scissors Name some foods. Apple, crackers, jam, cake Name some clothing. Shirt, pants, socks, belt Name some furniture. Chair, table, couch, shelf Name some buildings. House, school, store, office Name some vehicles. Car, van, bus, truck Name some jewelry. Ring, watch, necklace, bracelet Name some makeup. Gloss, lipstick, rouge, eyeshadow Name some cutlery. Spoon, fork, knife, butter knife Name some dishes. Bowl, plate, mug, saucer Name some electronics. TV, CD player, DVD player, VCR H16 Fill in features given object 12

13 A dog has a tail A car has wheels A lamp has a light bulb A pot has a lid 13

14 A clock has numbers A couch has cushions A flashlight has batteries A jacket has buttons A fridge has a door Shoes have laces A bike has handlebars A bed has blankets A glove has fingers A sink has a plug A bag has handles A purse has a strap Glasses have lenses A cat has whiskers Pants have pockets A picture has a frame A door has a handle A pen has ink A brush has bristles A belt has a buckle A phone has a cord H17 Fill in object given feature Something that has a tail is a dog Something that has wheels is a car Something that has a light bulb is a lamp Something that has a lid is a pot 14

15 Something that has cushions is a couch Something that has batteries is a flashlight Something that has buttons is a jacket Something that has laces is a shoe Something that has handlebars is a bike Something that has blankets is a bed Something that has fingers is a glove Something that has a plug is a sink Something that has handles is a bag Something that has a strap is a purse Something that has lenses is glasses Something that has whiskers is a cat Something that has pockets is pants Something that has a frame is a picture Something that has a handle is a door Something that has ink is a pen Something that has a buckle is a belt Something that has bristles is a brush Something that has a cord is a phone Something that has an eraser is a pencil Something that has staples is a stapler H18 Fill in class given item A dog is an animal A cat is an animal A fish is an animal A cow is an animal 15

16 An apple is a food An orange is a food Jam is a food Crackers are a food Pants are clothes A sweater is clothes Socks are clothes A shirt is clothes A couch is furniture A chair is furniture A table is furniture A bed is furniture Deodorant is a toiletry Shampoo is a toiletry Toothpaste is a toiletry A hammer is a tool A drill is a tool A screwdriver is a tool A fridge is an appliance A stove is an appliance A washer is an appliance H19 Name item previous one item immediate one item 5 minutes one item 10 minutes 2+ items one hour H20 Name activity previous immediate 5 minutes 10 minutes one hour 16

17 H21 Name people previous one person immediate one person 5 minutes one person 10 minutes 2+ people one hour H22 Related statement of pic Band Scene Bike Scene Blade Scene Building Scene Christmas Scene Crane Scene Dance Scene Duck Scene Ferris Scene Fire Scene Freeway Scene Hardware Scene Mail Scene Market Scene McDonalds Scene Parade Scene People Scene Road Scene Snow Scene Train Scene * use Scenes files H23 Answer What Item What is at the library? What is at the park? What is at the grocery store? What is at the mall? What is at the post office? What is at the school? What is at the pharmacy? What is in a house? What is at the corner? What is at the pet store? What is at the dollar store? What is at the YMCA/gym? What is at the hardware store? What is at the beach? What is at the campground? What is at the science centre? What is at the bowling alley? What is at the restaurant? What is at the convenience s? What is at the theatre? H24 Answer What Activities What do you do at the library? 17

18 What do you do at the park? What do you do at the grocery store? What do you do at the mall? What do you do at the mailbox? What do you do at the school? What do you do at the arcade? What do you do in a house? What do you do on the road? What do you do at the pet store? What do you do on the sidewalk? What do you do at the YMCA/gym? What do you do on a boardwalk/path? What do you do at the beach? What do you do at the campground? What do you do at the science centre? What do you do at the bowling alley? What do you do at the restaurant? What do you do at the video store? What do you do at the theatre? H25 Answer Where Activities Where do you buy milk? Where do you buy bread? Where do you buy meat? Where do you buy toys? Where do you buy tools? Where do you rent movies? Where do you get books? Where do you get medicine? Where do you see a doctor? Where do you swing? Where do you swim? Where do you walk? Where do you drive? Where do you ride your bike? Where do you camp? Where do you play soccer? Where do you learn? Where do you slide? Where do you eat out? Where do you watch movies? Where do you get the bus? Where do you park a car? 18

19 Where do you see a dentist? Where do you get glasses? Where do you fix a car? Where do you get gas? Where does garbage go? Where do you bring mail? Where do you see friends? Where do you see family? H26 Community multiple Grocery store bread, milk, fruit Park swings, slide, monkey bars Pharmacy medicine, soap, bandaids Hardware store hammers, nails, drills Library books, videos, tapes Bell Park beach, park, boardwalk Delki Dozzi pond, path, soccer field Restaurant pizza, spaghetti, hamburgers Post office stamps, envelopes, postcards School teachers, principal, janitor Convenience store chips, candy, eggs Toy store board games, dolls, action figures Shoe store shoes, boots, purses Fabric store fabric, buttons, thread Pet store pet food, leashes, pet toys Street road, sidewalk, streetlights Hospital doctors, nurses, medicine Music store guitars, pianos, music books Coffee shop coffee, donuts, juice Bakery bread, cake, cookies H27 Give class of items Soap and shampoo are... toiletries 19

20 Hammer and screwdriver are... tools Fridge and dryer are... appliances Mop and cleaner are... cleaning products Paper and pencil are... school supplies Apples and jam are... food 20

21 Shirt and pants are... clothing Chair and table are... furniture School and mall are... buildings Car and bus are... vehicles Ring and necklace are... jewelry Lipstick and rouge are... Makeup Spoon and fork are... cutlery Bowl and plate are... dishes TV and CD player are... electronics Soccer and basketball are... sports Teacher and nurse are... jobs Rose and poppy are... flowers Bee and fly are... bugs Red and blue are... colours Ball and lego are... toys Black lab and beagle are... dogs Scrabble and chess are... games Toronto and Sudbury are... cities Dogs and cows are... animals H28 Who / Whose questions Who do you see when you are sick? Doctor Who puts out fires? Firefighter Who sells things at a store? Sales clerk Who goes to school? Students Who brings food at a restaurant? Waiter Who flies a plane? Pilot Who fixes cars? Mechanic Who helps the doctor? Nurse 21

22 Who grows food? Farmer Who paints pictures? Artist Who makes music? Musician Who goes to the moon? Astronaut Who is on TV? Actors Who fixes teeth? Dentist Who drives a bus? Bus driver Who works in schools? Teachers Who cleans the school? Custodian Who helps at the library? Librarian Who goes to school? Students Who delivers papers? Paper boy Who takes care of kids? Baby sitter Who delivers mail? Mail person Who helps if you are in trouble? Police cop Who come if you are hurt? Ambulance driver Who takes care of animals? Veterinarian Who makes computer games? Computer programmer Who runs the country? Prime Minister Who goes to war? Soldier Who dances in a ballet? Ballerina Who goes to the Olympics? Athletes Who plays hockey? Hockey players Who makes furniture? Carpenter Who designs buildings? Architect Who builds roads? Construction worker Who makes kids laugh? Clown Who writes books? Authors 22

23 Who sings music? Singer Who plays piano? Pianist Who works at the newspaper? Reporter Who catches fish? Fisherman Who cuts hair? Hairdresser Who shave beards? Barber Who runs the school? Principal Who works in the office? Secretary Who bakes cakes? Baker Whose desk is that? Whose bag is that? Whose book is that? Whose toy is that? Whose pencil is that? Whose coat is that? Whose shoe is that? Whose turn is it to sweep? Whose turn is computers? Whose name starts with J? H29 Answer When questions When do you sleep? At night When do you eat breakfast? In the morning When do you eat lunch? At noon When do you eat supper? In the evening When do you go to school? In the morning When do you go home from school? In the afternoon When do you swim? In the morning When do you have a special activity? On Friday When do leaves fall off trees? In the fall When do you go to the beach? In the summer When do plants start to grow again? In the spring When does it snow? In the winter 23

24 When is Halloween? In October When is Christmas? In December When is New Years Day? In January When is Valentine's Day? In February When is March Break? In March When is Easter? In the spring When do you wear a snowsuit? In the winter When do you wear sunscreen? In the summer When does it start to get cold out? In the fall When is Victoria Day? In May When is Labour Day? In September When is Remembrance Day? In November When does it get dark? At night When does the sun come out? In the morning When do you eat dessert? After supper When do you get a break? After working When do you shampoo? During a shower When do you shower? In the morning When do you do the dishes? After you eat When do you do laundry? When clothes are dirty When do you play outside? At recess time When does it rain a lot? In the spring When do people shop a lot? Before Christmas When do you do homework? After school When do you cook supper? Before eating When do you watch the news? In the evening When do you put your pajamas on? At night When do you run inside? During gym 24

25 When are you off school? In the summer When do you go back to school? In September When does school end? In June When is the last day of school in the week? On Friday When is the first day of school in the week? On Monday When do you go to a doctor? When you are sick When do you see a mechanic? When your car breaks down When do you go to the grocery store? When you need food When do you go to the pharmacy? Need medicine When do you shovel the driveway? When it snows When do you mow the lawn? When grass is long When do you water the lawn? When it is dry When do you wash your hands? When you eat When do you blow your nose? When you are sick When does a rooster call? At sunrise H30 Question discrimination what? where? who? when? H31 Answer Which questions Which one is an animal, a dog or a shoe? Which one is clothing, a sweater or a car? Which one is a toiletry, shampoo or a camera? Which one is a cleaning supply, a mop or a pen? Which one is an appliance, a fridge or a book? Which one is furniture, a chair or white out? Which one is a colour, red or a fish? Which one is a job, an oven or a teacher? Which one is an animal, a fish or a lamp? 25

26 Which one is clothing, socks or a desk? Which one is a toiletry, toothpaste or a kettle? Which one is a cleaning supply, cleaner or a tree? Which one is an appliance, a dryer or an elephant? Which one is a colour, blue or a glue stick? Which one is furniture, a couch or scissors? Which one is a job, a nurse or a stapler? Which one is a tool, a hammer or a plate? Which one is a dish, a bowl or a paper clip? Which one is cutlery, a pen or a spoon? Which one is a tool, a drill or a swing set? Which one is a dish, a plate or a ring? Which one is cutlery, a fork or a printer? 26

27 Which one is a bug, a bee or a turtle? Which one is a flower, a cat or a rose? Which one is a vehicle, a watch or a van? Which one is a bug, a poppy or a beetle? Which one is a flower, a hole punch or a poppy? Which one is a vehicle, a bus or a door? Which one is a bug, a beetle or a turtle? Which one has a tail, a dog or a dresser? Which one has buttons, a phone or a book? Which one has a door, a fridge or a cow? Which one do you eat, a hamburger or a truck? Which one do you ride in, a plane or a computer? Which one do you read, a book or a toaster? Which one do you cook on, a chair or a stove? Which one do you buy with, shoes or money? Which one to you see at a zoo, a boat or an animal? Which one do you throw, a game or a ball? 27

28 Which one do you write with, a pencil or a turkey? Which one do you write on, a pillow or paper? Which one do you put your head on, an elbow or pillow? Which one is a body part, your hand or a toy? Which one do you blow your nose with, kleenex or a pet? Which one do you wash with, a cup or soap? Which one do you drink, a coffee table or juice? Which one do you hear with, a bucket or ears? Which one do you dry your hands with, a towel or a rat? Which one do you see with, your eyes or a scarf? Which one do you live in, a pig or a home? Which one do you play with, legos or tape? Which one does a fish swim in, a bed or alake? Which one do you drink from, a guitar or a cup? Which one do you dance to, a duck or music? Which one plays music, a mirror or a radio? H32 Answer How questions How do you get to school? How do you get back home? How do you wash your hands? How do you do the dishes? How do you wash clothes? How do you get dressed? How do you shower? How do you make toast? How do you make cereal? How do you write a journal? How do you turn on computer? How do you turn it off? How do you eat a banana? How do you set the table? How do you make the bed? How do you goal in soccer? How to shoot in basketball How do you get to the office? How to get to the laundry room How do you read a book? How do you eat an orange? 28

29 How to get to the front door How do you get to the gym? How to get to the bathroom How do you put in a movie? How do you put in a CD? How do you ride a bike? How to jump on a trampoline How do you play scrabble? How do you play go fish? How do you play memory? How do you play dominoes? How to play snakes & ladders How to play duck duck goose How to play Simon says How to play red and green light How to wipe the tables How to stack the chairs How do you take a picture? How do you make porridge? How do you cut cheese? How do you make juice? How to make a phone call How to turn on the TV How to change a radio station How do you get to the park? How do you get a ball? How do you ring the bell? How do you glue? How do you cut? How do you staple? How do you hole punch? How to put on a seat belt How do you tape? How do you colour a picture? H33 Answer Why question Why do you wash your hands? Why do you sleep? Why do you drive? Why do you eat? Why do you shower? Why do you wash dishes? Why do you do laundry? Why do you change? Why do you buy groceries? Why do you see a doctor? Why do you see a dentist? Why do you go to school? Why do you play? Why do you exercise? Why do you walk? Why do you run? Why do you go to the mall? 29

30 Why do you say thank you? Why do you say please? Why do you say sorry? Why do you wear a hat? Why do you drink water? Why do you read? Why do you get breaks? Why do you work? Why do you wash your hair? Why do you dry your hair? Why are there police? Why are there firefighters? Why are there ambulances? Why do you go to the maibox? Why do you go to the bank? Why do you watch the news? Why do you have friends? Why do you feel happy? Why do you feel sad? Why do you feel angry? Why do you feel tired? Why do you feel excited? Why do we do math? Why do we read? Why do we write? Why do you like candy? Why do you have a chair? Why do you have a desk? Why do we have home books? Why do we use calculators? Why do we use rulers? Why do we used lined paper? Why do we use computers? 30

31 Why do we have a weekend? Why do use hand lotion? Why do birds fly south? Why do bears hibernate? Why do we look then cross? H34 Steps in a sequence How do you put on a movie? Put movie in slot, press play How do you make toast? Put in, press down, take out How do you wash your hands? Wet, soap, rinse, dry How do you get dressed? Pant undies, shirt, sock, shoe How do you take a shower? Water, hair, body, rinse, dry H35 Activity of sequence Water, shampoo hair, soap body, rinse body, dry shower Put on undies, pants, shirt, socks, shoes get dressed Wet hands, soap, rinse, dry wash hands Put break in, press down, pops up, take out make toast Put movie in slot, press play put on movie Open lid, put CD in, close lid, press play put on music Open lid, put in clothes, close, soap, turn on wash clothes Open front, put in clothes, lint, close front, on dry clothes Plug sink, fill with water, soap, washcloth, wipe dishes Bowl, cereal, milk, spoon make cereal Turn on, aim camera, press the button take a picture Wet cloth, wipe table top, rinse cloth wipe down tables Get broom, wipe on floors, dustpan, garbage sweep Start button, turn off button, turn off turn off computer Kick the ball to the other side, kick into net soccer goal Dribble ball to other side, throw into net basketball score Sit in circle, touch heads, say goose, run duck duck goose Walk to end at green light, stop at red red & green light 31

32 Roll die, move man, up ladder, down snake snakes&ladders Get in water, move arms, kick feet swim H36 Give item multiple feature You eat it, crunch, salty, comes in a bag chips You eat it, yellow, you peel it banana You drink it, clear, from tap water You bounce it, it is round a ball You use it to hit a puck, it is long a hockey stick You jump high on it, it is round a trampoline You throw a ball through it, it is up high net You write with it, it is long, it has ink a pen You write with it, it is long, it has an eraser a pencil You colour with it, it has a lid marker You put them on your feet, they have laces shoes You put it on your hands, it has fingers glove You write on it, it sometimes has lines paper You put food in it, it is big, it has a door a fridge You read it, it has a cover a book It flies, it is small, it stings, it is yellow a bee It has a screen, it has a keyboard computer You cook in it, it goes on a counter microwave You sit at it, it has four legs a table You sit on it, it has four legs and a back a chair H37 Yes or No questions Can I buy gas at the shoe store? Can I buy food at the hardware store? Can I buy medicine at the pharmacy? Can I buy food at the grocery store? 32

33 Can I find a doctor at the hospital? Can I find a teacher at a hospital? Can I find a doctor at the bank? Can I find a teacher at a school? Can I eat shoes? Can I eat a banana? Can I eat ice cream? Can I eat a table? Can I drive a book? Can I read a book? Can I wear pants? Can I wear a chair? Can I wear socks? Can I wear a computer? Can people fly? Can birds fly? Can fish swim? Can people swim? Can cars fly? Do snakes slither? Do snakes jump? Do flies swim? Do planes go fast? Do trains drive on roads? Do you go to school to learn? Do you go to the bathroom to buy pizza? Do you go to a restaurant to buy food? Do you mow the lawn in winter? 33

34 Do you mow the lawn in summer? Does it get warm outside in winter? Does it get warm outside in summer? Do we eat supper at school? Do we eat lunch at school? Do we have a gym at school? Do we have books at school? Do we have an elephant at school? Will you fly to school tomorrow? Will you eat today? Can I wash my hands with a drill? Can I wash my hands with a cake? Can I wash my hands with soap? Can I sleep on a stapler? Can I sleep in a bed? Can I wear underwear on my feet? Can I wear socks on my feet? Can I wear mittens on my head? Can I wear a hat on my head? Can I bounce a fish? Can I wear a monkey? Can I eat a clock? Can I tell time with a eraser? H38 Multiple answers 2 part Hot foods pizza Hot foods hot dogs Hot foods soup Hot foods spaghetti Farm animals cow Farm animals pig Farm animals sheep 34

35 Farm animals chicken Zoo animals lion Zoo animals tiger Zoo animals monkey Zoo animals snake Breakfast foods toast Breakfast foods cereal Breakfast foods porridge Breakfast foods eggs Kitchen appliance toaster Kitchen appliance kettle Kitchen appliance fridge Kitchen appliance stove Living room furniture couch Living room furniture chair Living room furniture ottoman Living room furniture table H39 Multiple answers 3 part Big farm animals cow Big farm animals horse Big farm animals pig Big farm animals goat Big zoo animals lion Big zoo animals tiger Big zoo animals bear Big zoo animals ape Hot breakfast foods toast Hot breakfast foods bacon Hot breakfast foods porridge Hot breakfast foods pancake Cold lunch foods sandwich Cold lunch foods fruit Cold lunch foods yogurt Cold lunch foods cheese Small kitchen appliance toaster Small kitchen appliance kettle Small kitchen appliance microwave Small kitchen appliance blender H40 describe items bed dresser fridge cereal couch table chair bread 35

36 school house store road paper dog shirt fish bird swing book bathtub H41 Before and after Before eating wash hands After eating clean up Before working get pencil After working put away Before recess get dressed After recess undress Before swim bathing suit After swim shower Before breakfast line up After breakfast stack dishes Before break choose activity After break clean up Before exercise warm up After exercise stretch Before school bus to school After school bus home Before laundry get basket After laundry fold clothes Before cooking wash hands After cooking clean up H42 Past and Future What did you eat for breakfast? What will you do after your work is done? What did you do last weekend? What will you do next weekend? What did you do last Christmas? What do you want to do next Christmas? What did you do on your last birthday? What do you want to do on your next birthday? H43 Conversation 36

37 circle time recess last night this morning tonight lunch work time gym reward time special activity H44 Answers novel questions

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47 H15 Give opposites The opposite of hot is cold. The opposite of big is small. The opposite of tall is short. The opposite of fat is skinny. The opposite of young is old. The opposite of long is short. The opposite of new is old. The opposite of girl is boy. The opposite of strong is weak The opposite of loud is quiet. The opposite of day is night. The opposite of dark is light. The opposite of fun is boring. The opposite of right is wrong. The opposite of here is there. H18 Name previously observed One item immediately after One item 5 minutes after One item 10 minutes after Two items 1 hour after 47

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