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Exercise 1 bigger-smaller than h. Listen: 18 is bigger than 17. So 17 is smaller
than 18.
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bigger than • Say smaller. (Tap.) Smaller.
i. Listen: 17 is smaller than 18.
a. Everybody, start with 10 and count to 20. • Which is smaller, 17 or 18? (Tap.) 17.
(Tap 11.) 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, • Yes, 17 is smaller than 18.
20.
Say the sentence about 17. (Tap 5.) 17 is
Repeat step a until firm. smaller than 18.
Repeat steps h and i until firm.
b. (Point to words bigger than.) These words
are bigger than. Exercise 2 family review

• Say bigger. (Tap.) Bigger. 2
• Say than. (Tap.) Than.
• Say, bigger than. (Tap 2.) Bigger than. a. (Point to picture.) This picture shows a family.
Repeat step b until firm. • What does this picture show? (Tap 2.) A family.
b. Tell me if I touch a mother, a father, or a daughter.
c. (Point to 10 and 14.) One of these numbers c. (Point to father.) Tell me: a mother or a father
is bigger.
or a daughter. (Tap 2.) A father.
• My turn: Which number is bigger, 10 or 14? 14. • (Point to a daughter.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) A daughter.
• Your turn: Which number is bigger, 10 or 14? • (Point to mother.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) A mother.
• (Point to father.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) A father.
(Tap.) 14. • (Point to a daughter.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) A daughter.
d. (Point to 10 and 13.) Which number is bigger, Repeat steps a through c until firm.

10 or 13? (Tap.) 13. d. Is the mother a man or a woman? (Tap 2.)
• (Point to 14 and 15.) Which number is bigger, A woman.

15 or 14? (Tap.) 15. • What is the father? (Tap 2.) A man.
• (Point to 15 and 16.) Which number is bigger, Say the sentence about the father. (Tap 5.)
The father is a man.
15 or 16? (Tap.) 16.
Repeat steps c and d until firm. • Say the sentence about the mother. (Tap 5.)
The mother is a woman.
e. (Point to 20 and 12.) Which number is bigger,
20 or 12? (Tap.) 20. Repeat step d until firm.

• Listen: 20 is bigger than 12. e. (Point to daughter 2.) Who is this? (Tap 2.)
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) 20 is bigger than 12. A daughter.

• Is 20 bigger than 12? (Tap.) Yes. f. (Point to mother.) Is this the father? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) 20 is bigger than 12. • Who is this? (Tap 2.) The mother.
g. (Point to both daughters.) How many
f. (Point to 13 and 15.) Which is bigger, 15
or 13? (Tap.) 15. daughters are in this family? (Tap.) Two.
• Yes, two daughters are in this family.
• Yes, 15 is bigger than 13.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) 15 is bigger than 13. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) Two daughters are in
this family.
g. (Point to 17 and 18.) Which is bigger, 17 Repeat steps e through g until firm.
or 18? (Tap.) 18.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) 18 is bigger than 17.

Repeat steps e through g until firm.

h. Are daughters boys or girls? (Tap.) Girls. Exercise 4 this food is [bread corn]
Say the sentence about daughters. (Tap 3.)
Daughters are girls. 4 kinds of food

• Are daughters boys? (Tap.) No. bread
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) Daughters are not boys.
a. (Point to words kinds of food.) These words
i. How many fathers does a family have? say: kinds of food.
(Tap.) One.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) A family has one father. • Say kind. (Tap.) Kind.
• Say kinds. (Tap.) Kinds.
• How many mothers does a family have? • Say food. (Tap.) Food.
(Tap.) One. • Your turn: Say, kinds of food. (Touch words.)
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) A family has one mother.
Kinds of food.
Repeat steps h and i until firm. Repeat step a until firm.

Exercise 3 count 20–30 b. (Point to pictures of food.)These are kinds of food.
• What are these? (Tap 3.) Kinds of food.
a. Listen: You will start with 20 and count to 30. c. Listen: Things you eat are food.
• What number will you count to? (Tap.) 30. What are things you eat? (Tap.) Food.
b. Start with 20 and count to 30. (Tap 11.) 20, • Yes, things you eat are food.

21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) Things you eat are food.
• What number did you start with? (Tap.) 20. Repeat steps b and c until firm.
• What number did you count to? (Tap.) 30.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. d. (Point to word bread.) This word is bread.
c. Listen: You will start with 17 and say all the Repeat step d until firm.
numbers to 27.
e. (Point to picture of bread.) My turn: What
• What number will you count to? (Tap.) 27.
• Yes, this food is bread.
(Tap 11.) 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
27. Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This food is bread.
• What number did you start with? (Tap.) 17. f. You do not say: This food is a bread.
• What number did you count to? (Tap.) 27.
Repeat steps c and d until firm. You say: This food is bread.
• What do you say? (Tap 4.) This food is bread.
Individual Turns Repeat steps e and f until firm.

(Call on individual students to do one of the

19, 20, 21, 22, 23.
• Start with 20 and count to 30. 20, 21, 22, 23,

24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30.

g. (Point to corn.) Is this food bread? Exercise 5 men women
(Tap.) No.
a. Say men. (Tap.) Men.
• (Point to meat.) Is this food bread? • Say women. (Tap.) Women.
(Tap.) No. Repeat step a until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This food is not bread.
b. Look at the men. 3
(Tap.) Yes. • How many men are standing? (Tap.) One.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This food is bread. Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) One man is standing.

Repeat step g until firm. • How many men are sitting? (Tap.) Two.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) Two men are sitting.
h. (Point to corn.) This food is corn.
• Say corn. (Tap.) Corn. c. Ask the question: How many women are
i. What kind of food is this? (Tap.) Corn. standing? (Tap 5.) How many women are standing?
• Yes, this food is corn.
• Answer the question. (Tap.) One.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This food is corn. Say the sentence about one woman. (Tap 4.)
Repeat steps h and i until firm. One woman is standing.

j. (Point to bread.) Is this food bread? (Tap.) Yes. Repeat steps b and c until firm.
• What kind of food is this? (Tap.) Bread.
d. (Point to man standing.) What is he doing?
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This food is bread. (Tap.) Standing.
k. (Point to corn.) Is this food corn? (Tap.) Yes. Say the sentence. (Tap 3.) He is standing.

Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This food is corn. e. (Point to men sitting.) What are they doing?
l. (Point to meat.) Is this food corn? (Tap.) No. (Tap.) Sitting.
Say the sentence. (Tap 3.) They are sitting.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This food is not corn.
Repeat steps j through l until firm. f. (Point to woman standing.) What is she doing?
(Tap.) Standing.
Individual Turns Say the sentence. (Tap 3.) She is standing.

(Call on individual students to do one of the Repeat steps d through f until firm.
• (Point to bread.) What kind of food is this?

Say the sentence. This food is bread.
• (Point to bread.) Is this food corn? No.
Say the sentence. This food is not corn.
• (Point to corn.) What kind of food is this?
Corn.
Say the sentence. This food is corn.

Exercise 6 purple g. (Point to brown box.) Is this a purple box or a
brown box? (Tap 3.) A brown box.
6 Say the sentence about what this is. (Tap 5.)
This is a brown box.
a. (Touch black box.) Is this a ball or a box?
(Tap 2.) A box. h. (Point to purple box.) Is this a brown box?
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This is a box. (Tap.) No.

• What color is this box? (Tap.) Black. • What is this? (Tap 3.) A purple box.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This box is black. Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This is a purple box.

b. (Point to white box.) What color is this box? i. (Point to black box.) What is this? (Tap 3.)
(Tap.) White. A black box.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This box is white. Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This is a black box.

Repeat steps a and b until firm. Repeat steps g through i until firm.

c. How many boxes are in this picture? j. How many objects are in this picture?
(Tap.) Four. (Tap.) Four.
Say the sentence about four objects. (Tap 6.)
d. Tell me if I touch a box that is brown. Four objects are in this picture.
• (Touch brown box.) Is this box brown?
• How many purple objects are in this picture?
(Tap.) Yes. (Tap.) One.
• (Touch purple box.) Is this box brown?
Repeat step j until firm.
(Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This box is not brown. Individual Turns
Repeat steps c and d until firm.
(Call on individual students to do one of the
e. (Point to purple box.) Listen: This box is purple. following tasks:)
• Say purple. (Tap.) Purple. • (Touch black box.) What color is this box?
Repeat step e until firm.
Black.
f. (Point to purple box.) What color is this box? Say the sentence about this box. This box
(Tap.) Purple. is black.
box is purple. a black box.
• (Touch purple box.) What color is this box?
• (Point to brown box.) What color is this box? Purple.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This box is brown. is purple.
Say the sentence about what this is. This is
• (Point to purple box.) What color is this box? a purple box.
(Tap.) Purple. • (Touch brown box.) What color is this box?
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This box is purple. Brown.
Repeat step f until firm. is brown.
Say the sentence about what this is. This
is a brown box.

Exercise 7 this object is a Exercise 8 window

7 8a

a. Things are objects. a. (Point to window.) This is a window.
• What are things? (Tap.) Objects. • Say window. (Tap.) Window.
• What are objects? (Tap.) Things. • What is this? (Tap 2.) A window.
Repeat step a until firm. Repeat step a until firm.

b. (Point to boat.) What object is this? (Tap 2.) 8b
A boat.
Say the sentence about this object. (Tap 5.) b. (Point to window.) I am pointing to a window.
This object is a boat. • What am I pointing to? (Tap 2.) A window.

c. (Point to motorcycle.) What object is this? Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) You are pointing to
(Tap 2.) A motorcycle. a window.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This object is a c. Tell me if I point to a door or a window.
motorcycle. • (Point to door.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) A door.
• (Point to window.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) A window.
d. (Point to hat.) What object is this? (Tap 2.) A hat. Say the sentence about what I am doing.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This object is a hat. (Tap 6.) You are pointing to a window.
Repeat steps b and c until firm.
Repeat steps b through d until firm.
d. (Point to room.) How many windows are in
Individual Turns this picture? (Tap.) One.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) One window is in
(Call on individual students to do one of the this picture.
• (Point to boat.) What object is this? A boat. Repeat step d until firm.

object is a boat.
• (Point to hat.) What object is this? A hat.
Say the sentence. This object is a hat.
• (Point to motorcycle.) What object is this?
A motorcycle.
Say the sentence. This object is a motorcycle.

Exercise 9 bigger-smaller than d. Listen: Sons are boys.
• Say son. (Tap.) Son.
9 • Say sons. (Tap.) Sons.
• Say: Sons are boys. (Tap 3.) Sons are boys.
a. (Point to 12 and 13.) Repeat step d until firm.
These numbers are 12 and 13.
e. (Point to son.) Is this a boy? (Tap.) Yes.
• Which is bigger, 12 or 13? (Tap.) 13. • So is this a son? (Tap.) Yes.
• Yes, 13 is bigger than 12.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This is a son.
Say the sentence about 13. (Tap 5.) 13 is bigger f. How many sons does this family have?
than 12.
b. Which is smaller, 12 or 13? (Tap.) 12. (Tap.) One.
• Yes, 12 is smaller than 13. • Yes, this family has one son.
Say the sentence about 12. (Tap 5.) 12 is
smaller than 13. Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This family has one son.
• Say the sentence about 13. (Tap 5.) 13 is bigger • How many daughters does this family have?
than 12.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. (Tap.) Two.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This family has
c. (Point to 15 and 19.) two daughters.
These numbers are 15 and 19. Repeat steps e and f until firm.

• Which is smaller? (Tap.) 15. g. Tell me if I touch a daughter or a son or a
• Which is bigger? (Tap.) 19. father or a mother.
d. Say the sentence about 19. (Tap 5.) 19 is bigger
h. (Touch father.) Who is this? (Tap 2.) A father.
than 15. • (Touch daughter 1.) Who is this? (Tap 2.)
• Say the sentence about 15. (Tap 5.) 15 is
A daughter.
smaller than 19. • (Touch son.) Who is this? (Tap 2.) A son.
Repeat steps c and d until firm. • (Touch mother.) Who is this? (Tap 2.) A mother.
• (Touch daughter 2.) Who is this? (Tap 2.)
Exercise 10 family: son
A daughter.
10 i. (Circle the family.) What is this whole thing

a. Tell me if I touch a mother of the family or a called? (Tap 2.) A family.
father of the family or a daughter of the family. Repeat steps g through i until firm.

b. (Touch father.) Tell me. (Tap 5.) A father of Individual Turns
the family.
(Call on individual students to do one of the
• (Touch a daughter.) Tell me. (Tap 5.) A daughter following tasks:)
of the family. • (Touch son.) Who is this? A son.
• (Touch a daughter.) Who is this? A daughter.
• (Touch mother.) Tell me. (Tap 5.) A mother of • (Touch mother.) Who is this? A mother.
the family. • (Touch father.) Who is this? A father.

c. Are daughters girls or boys? (Tap.) Girls.
Say the sentence about daughters. (Tap 3.)
Daughters are girls.

Repeat steps a through c until firm.

Exercise 11 [the] is Individual Turns

11 (Call on individual students to do one of the
a. (Point to babies.) Is the big baby wet or dry? • (Point to babies.) Is the small baby wet
(Tap.) Dry.
Say the sentence about the big baby. (Tap 5.) or dry? Wet.
The big baby is dry. Say the sentence about the small baby.
The small baby is wet.
b. Is the small baby wet or dry? (Tap.) Wet. • (Point to dogs.) Is the dry dog big or small?
Say the sentence about the small baby. Small.
(Tap 5.) The small baby is wet. Say the sentence about the dry dog.
The dry dog is small.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. • (Point to dogs.) Is the wet dog big or small?
Big.
c. Look at the dogs. 3 Say the sentence about the wet dog.
The wet dog is big.
• How many dogs are dry? (Tap.) One.
Say the sentence about one dog. (Tap 4.) One Exercise 12 it he she they
dog is dry.
12
d. Is the dry dog big or small? (Tap.) Small.
• Say the sentence about the dry dog. (Tap 5.) a. (Point to towel.) This is a towel.
• Say towel. (Tap.) Towel.
The dry dog is small. Repeat step a until firm.
• Say the sentence about the wet dog. (Tap 5.)
b. What is this? (Tap 2.) A towel.
The wet dog is big. Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This is a towel.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.
Repeat step b until firm.
e. Listen: You are wet when you are swimming.
• Say when. (Tap.) When. c. You will tell me: He or she or it or they.
• Say, when you are swimming. (Tap 4.) When d. (Point to empty chair.) Tell me: He or she or it

you are swimming. or they? (Tap.) It.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) You are wet when you • (Point to chair and girl.) Tell me. (Tap.) They.
are swimming. • (Point to girl.) Tell me. (Tap.) She.
Repeat step e until firm. • (Point to towel.) Tell me. (Tap.) It.
• (Point to man.) Tell me. (Tap.) He.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.