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e. What’s another way of asking: How many d. (Point to hill.) Does the hill have snow on it?
times do you play baseball? (Tap.) How often (Tap.) No.
do you play baseball? Say the sentence. (Tap.) The hill does not have
snow on it.
• What’s another way of asking: How many
times do you walk your dog? (Tap.) How often • What has snow on it? (Tap.) The mountain.
do you walk your dog? Say the sentence about the mountain. (Tap.)
The mountain has snow on it.
• What’s another way of asking: How many
times do you go fishing? (Tap.) How often do e. There are letters on the mountain.
you go fishing? Say the sentence. (Tap.) There are letters on the
mountain.
Repeat step e until firm.
• Where are the letters? (Tap.) On the mountain.
Exercise 13 mountain hill f. Which is the highest letter on the mountain?

13 (Tap.) C.
Say the sentence about C. (Tap.) C is the
a. (Point to hill.) Is this a hill or a mountain? highest letter on the mountain.
(Tap.) A hill. • Which is the lowest letter on the mountain?
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This is a hill. (Tap.) B.
Say the sentence about B. (Tap.) B is the lowest
• (Point to mountain.) What is this? (Tap.) letter on the mountain.
A mountain. g. Which letter is between B and C? (Tap.) A.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A is between B and C.
b. Tell me the names of the things in this picture. Repeat steps d through g until firm.
• (Point to river.) What is this? (Tap.) A river.
• (Point to lake.) What is this? (Tap.) A lake. Exercise 14 fighting (nice)
• (Point to mountain.) What is this? (Tap.)
14a
A mountain.
• (Point to hill.) What is this? (Tap.) A hill. a. Look at the picture. ✓
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
• What are these dogs doing? (Tap.) Fighting.
c. Which is higher, a hill or a mountain? (Tap.) Say the sentence. (Tap.) These dogs are fighting.
A mountain.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A mountain is higher • Are these dogs mad at each other? (Tap.) Yes.
than a hill. b. Ask me: What are these dogs fighting over?

• Is the lake as high as the hill? (Tap.) No. (Tap.) What are these dogs fighting over?
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The lake is not as high • They are fighting over a bone.
as the hill.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They are fighting over
• Is the river as high as the mountain? (Tap.) No. a bone.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The river is not as high • Both dogs think they should have the bone.
as the mountain. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Both dogs think they
should have the bone.
• Are hills as high as mountains? (Tap.) No. Repeat steps a and b until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Hills are not as high as
mountains.

Repeat step c until firm.

14 b h. Did the boy and girl say the same thing about
who started the fight? (Tap.) No.
c. Look at the picture. ✓
• Who did the girl think started the fight? (Tap.)
• What are these children doing? (Tap.) Fighting. The boy.
• What are they fighting over? (Tap.) A book.
• Yes, the girl said,“He started the fight when he
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They are fighting over a took my book.”
book.
• Are these children mad at each other? (Tap.) • What did she say? (Tap.) He started the fight
Yes. when he took my book.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) These children are mad
at each other. i. Who did the boy think started the fight? (Tap.)
d. (Call on a student.) Why is the girl mad at The girl.
the boy? (Idea: Because the boy tried to take her
book.) • He said,“She started the fight when she
• Yes, the girl is mad because the boy tried to grabbed the book and pulled it away from me.”
take her book.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) The girl is • Listen: She started the fight when she
mad because the boy tried to take her book. grabbed the book.
e. (Call on a student.) Why is the boy mad? Say that. (Tap.) She started the fight when she
(Idea: Because he only wanted to read a little grabbed the book.
part of the book.)
Yes, the boy is mad because he only wanted to • She started the fight when she grabbed the
read a little part of the book. book and pulled it away from me.
• Listen again: He only wanted to read a little
part of the book. • What did he say? (Tap.) She started the fight
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He only wanted to read when she grabbed the book and pulled it away
a little part of the book. from me.
Repeat steps c through e until firm.
Repeat steps f through i until firm.
f. Who stopped the fight? (Tap.) Their mother.
• Yes, their mother stopped the fight. j. Their mother said,“Well, the fight is over.”
Then she told the girl,“Give me the book. I’ll
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Their mother stopped give it back when you do something nice for
the fight. your brother.”
g. She said: Both of you should know better
than to fight. • Say nice. (Tap.) Nice.
• Listen again: Both of you should know better k. Nice means good. She has to do a good
than to fight.
• What did she say? (Tap.) Both of you should thing for her brother.
know better than to fight. • Say: Do something nice for your brother.

(Tap.) Do something nice for your brother.
l. Then the mother said to the boy,“And you

can read part of the book after you do
something nice for your sister.”
• Say: Do something nice for your sister. (Tap.)
Do something nice for your sister.
Repeat steps j through l until firm.

m. Later that day, the girl told her mother that c. The windows show you how many floors are
her brother did something nice for her. in this building.

• “What did he do?” her mother asked. d. (Point to lowest row of windows.) This is the
• “He picked some beautiful flowers and gave first floor.

them to me.” • (Point to second row of windows.) What floor
• What did he do? (Tap.) Picked some beautiful is this? (Tap.) The second floor.

flowers and gave them to her. • (Point to third row of windows.) What floor is
n. Her mother said,“And what nice thing did you this? (Tap.) The third floor.

do for him?” e. How many floors does this building have?
• “I didn’t do anything,” she said.“But I will give (Tap.) Three.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This building has three
him the book for a week.” floors.
• The mother said,“Yes, that’s a nice thing to do.”
• What did she say? (Tap.) Yes, that’s a nice thing f. Listen: Two families live on each floor.
• How many families live on the first floor?
to do.
o. She handed the book to her daughter. They (Tap.) Two.
• How many families live on the third floor?
smiled at each other.
Repeat steps m through o until firm. (Tap.) Two.
Repeat steps c through f until firm.

Exercise 15 apartment Exercise 16 gifts

15 16

a. Does only one family or more than one family a. (Point to tree.) This is a Christmas tree.
live in this apartment building? (Tap.) More • Say Christmas. (Tap.) Christmas.
than one family. • Say, Christmas tree. (Tap.) Christmas tree.
Repeat step a until firm.
• Yes, more than one family live in this
apartment building. b. (Point to gifts.) These are gifts.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) More than one family • Say gifts. (Tap.) Gifts.
live in this apartment building. Repeat step b until firm.

b. There are six apartments in this building. c. A gift is something that you give to a person.
• How many apartments are in this building? A good gift is something the person wants.

(Tap.) Six. • What do you call something that you give to
• So how many families live in this building? a person? (Tap.) A gift.

(Tap.) Six. d. Christmas comes every year on December
• Yes, six families live in this building. 25th.

Say the sentence. (Tap.) Six families live in this • What’s the date of Christmas? (Tap.)
building. December 25th.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
• Many people give gifts to their family and
friends at Christmas.

Repeat steps c and d until firm.

Exercise 17 irregular verb review g. Utkarsh thought about the things he read.
Say that sentence. (Tap.) Utkarsh thought about
a. I’ll say sentences you’ve learned that tell the things he read.
about an earlier time. You’ll say that sentence.
• Say the sentence that tells about now. (Tap.)
• Then you’ll say the sentence that tells about Utkarsh thinks about the things he reads.
now. Yes, Utkarsh thinks about the things he reads.

b. Listen: Avni made the dresses she wore. h. A cat heard a dog and saw a dog.
Say that sentence. (Tap.) Avni made the Say that sentence. (Tap.) A cat heard a dog and
dresses she wore. saw a dog.

• Say the sentence that tells about now. (Tap.) • Say the sentence that tells about now. (Tap.)
Avni makes the dresses she wears. A cat hears a dog and sees a dog
Yes, Avni makes the dresses she wears. Yes, a cat hears a dog and sees a dog.

c. Kavitha sang three songs and then left the i. First,Sandeep stood up, then he sat down.
building. Say that sentence. (Tap.) First,Sandeep
Say that sentence. (Tap.) Kavitha sang stood up, then he sat down.
three songs and then left the building.
• Say the sentence that tells about now. (Tap.)
• Say the sentence that tells about now. (Tap.) First,Sandeep stands up, then he sits down.
Kavitha sings three songs and then leaves the Yes, first,Sandeep stands up, then he sits down.
building.
Yes, Kavitha sings three songs and then • Say the sentence about an earlier time.
leaves the building. (Tap.) First,Sandeep stood up, then he sat down.

Repeat steps a through c until firm. Repeat steps g through i until firm.

d. Avni couldn’t understand the instructions she Exercise 18 jumping
read.
Say that sentence. (Tap.) Avni couldn’t 18
understand the instructions she read.
a. One of these pictures shows somebody
• Say the sentence that tells about now. (Tap.) jumping up.
Avni can’t understand the instructions she reads.
Yes, Avni can’t understand the instructions she b. (Point to girl.) Does this picture show
reads. somebody jumping up? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence about this picture. (Tap.) This
e. Charu taught students and took them to picture shows somebody jumping up.
places.
Say that sentence. (Tap.) Charu taught • (Point to woman.) Is this person jumping from
students and took them to places. a high place? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This person is not
• Say the sentence that tells about now. (Tap.) jumping from a high place.
Charu teaches students and takes them to places.
Yes, Charu teaches students and takes them to • (Point to man.) Is this person jumping from a
places. high place? (Tap.) Yes.

f. They bought and sold furniture. • Yes, he is jumping into a lake.
Say that sentence. (Tap.) They bought and sold Say the sentence. (Tap.) He is jumping into a
furniture. lake.

• Say the sentence that tells about now. (Tap.) Repeat steps a and b until firm.
They buy and sell furniture.
Yes, they buy and sell furniture.

Repeat steps d through f until firm.

c. Who remembers how many metres he will fall Exercise 20 weight (light-heavy)

before he hits the water? ✓ a. Listen: The opposite of heavy is light.
• What is the opposite of heavy? (Tap.) Light.
• (Call on a student. Idea: 7 metres.) Repeat step a until firm.
• Yes, he will fall 7 metres.
b. This kind of light does not tell about a lamp.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) He will fall This light tells about how much something
7 metres. weighs.

• How long will it take him to fall 7 metres? • Things that are light do not weigh many
(Tap.) Two seconds. pounds.
Yes, two seconds. 1 . . . 2 . . . splat!
c. Is a pillow very heavy? (Tap.) No.
Repeat step c until firm. • Is a pillow light? (Tap.) Yes.

Exercise 19 [er] Say the sentence. (Tap.) A pillow is light.
Repeat steps b and c until firm.
a. Listen: What do we call something that
catches flies? (Tap.) A fly catcher. 20 a

• What do we call something that moves dirt? d. Who is heavier, the man or the woman? (Tap.)
(Tap.) A dirt mover. The man.
Say the sentence about the man. (Tap.) The
• What do we call somebody who makes cars? man is heavier than the woman.
(Tap.) A car maker.
• The man is heavier, so who is lighter? (Tap.)
•. What do we call somebody who paints The woman.
houses? (Tap.) A house painter.
• Yes, the woman is lighter than the man.
• What do we call somebody who plants trees? Say the sentence. (Tap.) The woman is lighter
(Tap.) A tree planter. than the man.

Repeat step a until firm. Repeat step d until firm.

b. What do we call somebody who eats fast?
(Tap.) A fast eater.

• What do we call somebody who watches
birds? (Tap.) A bird watcher.

• What do we call somebody who builds barns?
(Tap.) A barn builder.

• What do we call something that cleans
carpets? (Tap.) A carpet cleaner.

• What do we call something that dries hair?
(Tap.) A hair dryer.

• What do we call something that washes
floors?
(Tap.) A floor washer.

Repeat step b until firm.

20 b Exercise 21 related to lakes

e. Are these boxes the same size? (Tap.) Yes. a. I will name some things.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) These boxes are the Tell me if they are related to lakes.
same size.
b. Swimming. Is swimming related to lakes?
• Listen: These boxes are not the same weight. (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) These boxes are not the Say the sentence. (Tap.) Swimming is related
same weight. to lakes.

f. Weight tells how much something weighs. • Fire. Is fire related to lakes? (Tap.) No.
• What does weight tell? (Tap.) How much Say the sentence. (Tap.) Fire is not related
to lakes.
something weighs.
g. These boxes are not the same weight. • Are boats related to lakes? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Boats are related
Say the sentence. (Tap.) These boxes are not the to lakes.
same weight.
• Ask me: Which box weighs more? (Tap.) • Are trains related to lakes? (Tap.) No.
Which box weighs more? Say the sentence. (Tap.) Trains are not related
• The brown box weighs more. to lakes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The brown box weighs
more. • Is water related to lakes? (Tap.) Yes.
h. Which box is heavier, the brown box or the Say the sentence. (Tap.) Water is related
purple box? (Tap.) The brown box. to lakes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The brown box is
heavier than the purple box. Repeat steps a and b until firm.
• Which box is lighter? (Tap.) The purple box.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The purple box is lighter Exercise 22 make-made wear-wore
than the brown box.
Repeat steps e through h until firm. a. You learned a sentence about Jeanie.
Say the sentence about what Avni does.
i. Ask me: What is the weight of the brown box? (Tap.) Avni makes the dresses she wears.
(Tap.) What is the weight of the brown box?
• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.)
• The weight of the brown box is 100 pounds. Avni made the dresses she wore.
Say the sentence about the weight of the
brown box. (Tap.) The weight of the brown box is b. Listen: She wears blue jeans.
100 pounds. Say the sentence. (Tap.) She wears blue jeans.

j. Ask me: What is the weight of the purple box? • Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.)
(Tap.) What is the weight of the purple box? She wore blue jeans.

• Ten pounds. c. Listen: That song makes me cry.
Say the sentence about the weight of the Say the sentence. (Tap.) That song makes
purple box. (Tap.) The weight of the purple box is me cry.
ten pounds.
• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.)
• Say the sentence about the weight of the That song made me cry.
brown box. (Tap.) The weight of the brown box is
100 pounds. Repeat steps a through c until firm.

k. Remember: Weight tells how much things weigh.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Weight tells how much
things weigh.

Repeat steps i through k until firm.

Exercise 23 KASIM story review j. (Call on a student.) What did the teacher tell
him? (Idea: Pick a picture that you want.)
a. Let’s go over the last part of the story about
little Kasim. • Yes, the teacher told him,“Pick a picture that
you want.”
b. His mother bought him new clothes.
• Everybody, what did the teacher tell him?
• (Call on a student.) Why did he need new (Tap.) Pick a picture that you want.
clothes? (Idea: To start school.)
• Kasim picked a picture of a train.
• (Call on another student.) What did Kasim
think of his new clothes? (Ideas: He didn’t like k. She put the picture in the pocket of his pants.
them; he hated them.) Then she said,“Now I think you will like those
clothes.” She told him,“Put on the clothes and
c. His mom asked him,“Would you like to ride in see how they feel.”
a bus?”
• Did he do that? (Tap.) Yes.
• Everybody, what did Kasim say? (Tap.) Yes. Repeat steps g through k until firm.
d. His mother told him that he had to do
l. Kasim put his hand in his pants pocket.
something if he wanted to ride in the bus. • What did he do? (Tap.) Put his hand in his
• (Call on a student.) What did he have to do?
pants pocket.
(Idea: Wear his new clothes.) m. He could feel the picture.
Yes, he had to wear his new clothes. • Did he like the clothes now? (Tap.) Yes.
e. His mother said,“You will have fun in the bus.” • He said,“These clothes feel good now.”
• So he put on the new clothes and went on the • What did he say? (Tap.) These clothes feel
bus.
f. The bus stopped at the school and all the good now.
children walked from the bus to the school. n. The teacher told him,“Remember, if you put
• Did all the children walk into the school?
(Tap.) No. a picture you like in your pocket, you will like
• Who stayed outside? (Tap.) Kasim. your clothes.”
Say the sentence about Kasim. (Tap.) Kasim • Kasim smiled. He said,“Yes, these clothes feel
stayed outside. very good.”
Repeat steps a through f until firm. • What did he say? (Tap.) Yes, these clothes feel
very good.
g. (Call on a student.) What did Kasim do
outside? (Idea: Took off his clothes.) o. After that day, Kasim could make new
clothes feel good.
• Yes, he took off all his clothes.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) He took off • (Call on a student.) What would he do to
all his clothes. make them feel good? (Idea: Put a picture he
liked in his pocket.)
• Did the other children see him? (Tap.) Yes. Yes, he would put a picture he liked in his
• What did they do? (Tap.) Laughed. pocket.
h. Somebody ran out and put a coat on him.
• Who did that? (Tap.) The teacher. Repeat steps l through o until firm.

Yes, and the teacher took Kasim inside.

i. Then the teacher showed him something he
liked.

• What did she show him? (Tap.) Pictures.


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