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*Present individual turns for exercises. Lesson 62

Note: You will need a light switch for Exercise 7. b. Her sister said,“I do not think writing is fun.”
What did her sister say? (Tap.) I do not think
Exercise 1 inside-outside
writing is fun.
a. Listen: Some things are inside a house. • Her sister said,“I think riding bikes is fun.”
What did she say? (Tap.) I think riding bikes is
Some things are outside a house.
• Say inside. (Tap.) Inside. fun.
Repeat step a until firm. c. Did Ann’s sister like writing a book? (Tap.) No.
• What did Ann’s sister like to do? (Tap.) Ride
b. Say outside. (Tap.) Outside.
Repeat step b until firm. bikes.
Say the sentence about her sister. (Tap.) Her

sister liked to ride bikes.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.

c. A kitchen is inside a house. d. Ann said,“Writing books is fun if you use a
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A kitchen is inside a pen and paper.”

house. • Listen again: Writing books is fun if you use a
• A tree is outside a house. pen and paper.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A tree is outside a house.
• A bed is inside a house. What did she say? (Tap.) Writing books is fun if
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A bed is inside a house. you use a pen and paper.
• A car is outside a house.
• Where is a car? (Tap.) Outside a house. e. Her sister said,“I do not use a pen and paper
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A car is outside a house. when I write.”
Repeat step c until firm.
What did she say? (Tap.) I do not use a pen and
paper when I write.

Repeat steps d and e until firm.

d. I’ll name things. f. She said,“I use a computer when I write.”
• Tell me if they are inside a house or outside a Ann said,“Computers are not fun.”

house. Exercise 3 don’t
e. A park.Tell me. (Tap.) Outside a house.
• A kitchen.Tell me. (Tap.) Inside a house. 3 don’t
• A plane.Tell me. (Tap.) Outside a house.
• Grass.Tell me. (Tap.) Outside a house. a. (Point to word don’t.) This word is don’t.
• A shower.Tell me. (Tap.) Inside a house. • Say don’t. (Tap.) Don’t.
• A TV. Tell me. (Tap.) Inside a house. Repeat step a until firm.
• A dresser.Tell me. (Tap.) Inside a house.
Repeat steps d and e until firm. b. Don’t is a short word for do not.
• Here’s another way to say: Do not go there.
Exercise 2 pen and paper Don’t go there.
• Say: Don’t go there. (Tap.) Don’t go there.
a. Listen: Ann had fun writing a book. Repeat step b until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Ann had fun writing a

book.
• Did she like writing a book? (Tap.) Yes.

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Lesson 62

c. Listen: You do not have wings. d. Listen: Glenda listens to the radio.
Say the sentence with another word for do • What does she do? (Tap.) Listens to the radio.
• Glenda gets tired of listening to the radio.
not. (Tap.) You don’t have wings. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Glenda gets tired of
• Listen: Trains do not have wings.
Say the sentence with another word for do listening to the radio.
e. So does she turn on the radio or turn off the
not. (Tap.) Trains don’t have wings.
• Listen: Do not climb that tree. radio? (Tap.) Turn off the radio.
Say the sentence with another word for do • What does she do? (Tap.) Turn off the radio.
Say the sentence about what she does. (Tap.)
not. (Tap.) Don’t climb that tree.
Repeat step c until firm. She turns off the radio.
• Yes, she turns off the radio.
Exercise 4 turn on turn off Say the sentence. (Tap.) She turns off the radio.
Repeat steps d and e until firm.

a. Listen: Glenda wants to listen to the radio. Exercise 5 only
• What does Glenda want to do? (Tap.) Listen to
5a only
the radio.
• Can she listen to the radio when it is turned a. (Point to word only.) This word is only.
• Say only. (Tap.) Only.
off? (Tap.) No. • Say, only one. (Tap.) Only one.
• What does she have to do before she can • Say, only one dog. (Tap.) Only one dog.
• Say, only two dogs. (Tap.) Only two dogs.
listen to the radio? (Tap.) Turn on the radio. Repeat step a until firm.
Yes, she has to turn on the radio before she
b. Listen: Five dogs were in the yard.
can listen to it. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Five dogs were in the
Repeat step a until firm.
yard.
b. Say: She has to turn on the radio. (Tap.) She • Ask the question: How many dogs were
has to turn on the radio.
brown? (Tap.) How many dogs were brown?
• Say: Before she can listen to it. (Tap.) Before Only one dog was brown.
she can listen to it. • How many dogs were brown? (Tap.) Only one.
• Yes, only one.
• Say: She has to turn on the radio before she Say the sentence about only one dog. (Tap.)
can listen to it. (Tap.) She has to turn on the Only one dog was brown.
radio before she can listen to it. • Listen: Were all the dogs brown? (Tap.) No.
• Only one dog was brown.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She has to turn on the Repeat step b until firm.
radio before she can listen to it.

Repeat step b until firm.

c. Can she listen to the radio when it is turned
off? (Tap.) No.

Say the sentence. (Tap.) She can not listen to the
radio when it is turned off.

• Can she listen to the radio when it is turned
on? (Tap.) Yes.

Repeat step c until firm.

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Lesson 62

c. Listen: 20 girls were in the park. Exercise 6 inches feet
Say the sentence. (Tap.) 20 girls were in the park.
• Ask me: How many girls were tall? (Tap.) How a. Last time, you learned about inches.
• Which is longer, an inch or a foot? (Tap.)
many girls were tall? Only two girls.
• How many? (Tap.) Only two girls. A foot.
• Yes, only two girls were tall. • How many inches does a foot have? (Tap.)
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Only two girls were tall.
d. How many girls were in the park? (Tap.) 12 inches.
• Yes, a foot has 12 inches.
20 girls. Say the sentence. (Tap.) A foot has 12 inches.
• Ask me: How many girls walked to the park? b. Does a ruler show inches? (Tap.) Yes.
(Tap.) How many girls walked to the park? Say the sentence. (Tap.) A ruler shows inches.
Only one girl. • Are some rulers 1 foot long? (Tap.) Yes.
• How many walked to the park? (Tap.) Only Say the sentence. (Tap.) Some rulers are 1 foot

one. long.
• Yes, only one girl walked to the park. • Are some rulers 3 feet long? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Only one girl walked to Say the sentence. (Tap.) Some rulers are 3 feet

the park. long.
Repeat steps c and d until firm. Repeat steps a and b until firm.

c. Listen to this story: Donna had a baby bird.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Donna had a baby bird.
5b • The bird was only 2 inches long.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The bird was only 2

inches long.
e. (Point to picture.) Raise your hand when you d. (Hold up your fingers with 2-inch gap.) This is

know how many birds are swimming. ✓ about 2 inches.
• Everybody, hold up your fingers and show me
• How many birds are swimming? (Tap.) Five birds.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Five birds are swimming. 2 inches. ✓
f. What color is the only bird that is flying?
Repeat steps c and d until firm.
(Tap.) Black.
Yes, the black bird is the only bird that is flying. e. Donna made baby clothes for her baby bird.
• Listen again: The black bird is the only bird Say the sentence. (Tap.) She made baby clothes

that is flying. for her baby bird.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The black bird is the • After two weeks, Donna said,“That bird is

only bird that is flying. getting bigger and bigger.”
Repeat steps e and f until firm. What did she say after two weeks? (Tap.) That

bird is getting bigger and bigger.
• After four weeks, she said,“That bird is 1 foot

long.”
What did she say? (Tap.) That bird is 1 foot long.
Repeat step e until firm.

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Lesson 62 Exercise 7 turn on turn off

f. Hold up your hands to show 1 foot. ✓ Note: You will need a light switch for this exercise.

• Listen: If the bird was 1 foot long, how many a. (Turn off light.) Look at the light.
inches was it? (Tap.) 12 inches. • Listen: Is the light turned on? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The light is not turned on.
Yes, the bird was 12 inches long. • Is the light turned off? (Tap.) Yes.
g. After Donna had the bird a month, she said, Say the sentence. (Tap.) The light is turned off.
b. Tell me to turn the light on. (Tap.) Turn the light
“That bird is 2 feet long.”
What did she say? (Tap.) That bird is 2 feet long. on. (Turn light on.)
• What did I do? (Tap.) Turn(ed) the light on.
• Hold up your hands to show 2 feet. ✓ Say the sentence. (Tap.) You turned the light on.
c. Tell me to turn the light off. (Tap.) Turn the light
• The bird was 2 feet long.
• Raise your hand when you know how many off. (Turn light off.)
• What did I do? (Tap.) Turn(ed) the light off.
inches the bird was. ✓ Say the sentence. (Tap.) You turned the light off.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.
• Everybody, how many inches was the bird?
(Tap.) 24 inches. d. Listen: Glenda wanted to listen to the radio.
Repeat steps f and g until firm. • What did Glenda want to do? (Tap.) Listen to

h. When it was April, Donna said,“This bird is the radio.
less than a year old, but it is 3 feet long.” Say the sentence. (Tap.) Glenda wanted to listen

• Hold up your hands to show how long the to the radio.
e. My turn: What’s the first thing she did? Turn
bird was. ✓
on the radio.
• Raise your hand when you know how many • What’s the first thing she did? (Tap.) Turn on

inches the bird was. ✓ the radio.
f. Can she listen to the radio when it is turned
• (Call on a student.) How many inches was the
bird? (Idea: 36 inches.) off? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She can not listen to the
• Yes, the bird was 36 inches long.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) The bird radio when it is turned off.
• Can she listen to the radio when it is turned
was 36 inches long.
Repeat step h until firm. on? (Tap.) Yes.
g. Glenda got tired of listening to the radio.
i. Show me how long the bird was when it was 2 Say the sentence. (Tap.) Glenda got tired of

inches long. ✓ listening to the radio.
• Show me 4 inches. ✓ • (Call on a student.) What did she do to stop
• Show me 1 foot. ✓
• Show me 2 feet. ✓ the radio? (Idea: Turned off the radio.)
• Show me 3 feet. ✓ • Yes, she turned off the radio.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) She turned
j. How many inches is 3 feet? (Tap.) 36 inches.
Say the sentence about 3 feet. (Tap.) 3 feet is off the radio.
Repeat steps d through g until firm.
36 inches.
• How long is 1 foot? (Tap.) 12 inches.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) 1 foot is 12 inches.
Repeat steps i and j until firm.

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Lesson 62

Exercise 8 south side of map f. (Touch ▲.) Tell me if I go north or south.
• (Go one block north.) Tell me, north or south.

(Tap.) North.
• (Go two blocks south.) Tell me. (Tap.) South.
• (Go one block south.) Tell me. (Tap.) South.
8 • (Go one block north.) Tell me. (Tap.) North.
g. Remember, north and south are opposite
a. (Point to word south.) This word is south.
• Say south. (Tap.) South. directions.
Repeat step a until firm. • What are north and south? (Tap.) Opposite

b. How many sides does this map have? (Tap.) directions.
Four. Say the sentence about north and south.

• Tell me to touch the north side of the map. (Tap.) North and south are opposite directions.
(Tap.) Touch the north side of the map. (Touch Repeat steps e through g until firm.

north side.) Exercise 9 please thank you
• What side of the map did I touch? (Tap.) The
a. If you want me to give you something, you
north side. say: Please give me.
Say the sentence about what I did. (Tap.) You
• Then you say: Thank you.
touched the north side of the map. b. What do you say if you want me to give you
c. Listen: The opposite of north is south.
• What is the opposite of north? (Tap.) South. a book? (Tap.) Please give me a book.
• Tell me to touch the south side of the map. • When I give you the book, what do you say?
(Tap.) Touch the south side of the map. (Touch (Tap.) Thank you.
c. If you want me to give you a glass, what do
south side.)
d. This is the south side of the map. you say? (Tap.) Please give me a glass.
• Which side of the map is this? (Tap.) The south • When I give you the glass, what do you say?
(Tap.) Thank you.
side. d. What do you say if you want me to give you
• (Move pointer across north side of map.)
a quarter? (Tap.) Please give me a quarter.
Which side of the map is this? (Tap.) The north • When I give you the quarter, what do you
side.
Repeat steps b through d until firm. say? (Tap.) Thank you.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.
e. (Touch .) Tell me to go one block south.

(Tap.) Go one block south. (Go one block
south.)

• Did I go south? (Tap.) Yes.
• Did I go one block south? (Tap.) Yes.
• Yes, I went one block south.
Say the sentence about what I did. (Tap.) You

went one block south.

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Lesson 62 b. How many meals are in this picture? (Tap.)
Three meals.
Exercise 10 moving standing still
• Listen: People eat three meals in a day.
a. You learned that moving is the opposite of • How many meals do people eat in a day?
standing still. (Tap.) Three meals.
Repeat step b until firm.
Say the sentence about moving. (Tap.) Moving
is the opposite of standing still. c. (Point to word breakfast.) This word is
breakfast.
b. What’s the opposite of a train that stands
still? (Tap.) A train that moves. • Say breakfast. (Tap.) Breakfast.
Repeat step c until firm.
• What’s the opposite of a train that moves?
(Tap.) A train that stands still. d. Listen: Breakfast is the first meal you eat.
• What’s the opposite of a car that moves? Say the sentence about breakfast. (Tap.)
(Tap.) A car that stands still.
• What’s the opposite of a car that stands still? Breakfast is the first meal you eat.
(Tap.) A car that moves. • You eat breakfast after you get out of bed.
Say the sentence about the opposite of a car Which meal do you eat after you get out of

that stands still. (Tap.) The opposite of a car that bed? (Tap.) Breakfast.
stands still is a car that moves. • Yes, you eat breakfast after you get out of
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
bed.
c. Listen: A car was going fast. Say the sentence about when you eat
• Was the car moving? (Tap.) Yes.
d. The driver wanted to stop the car, but the car breakfast. (Tap.) You eat breakfast after you get
out of bed.
was moving so fast it did not stop in time. • Some people eat breakfast at 7 o’clock in
• Did the car stop when the driver wanted to the morning. Some people eat breakfast at
8 or 9 o’clock in the morning.
stop? (Tap.) No. • Is breakfast the first meal? (Tap.) Yes.
• The car was moving so fast it did not stop in Repeat step d until firm.

time. e. The second meal you eat is lunch.
• Did it stop in time? (Tap.) No. • Say lunch. (Tap.) Lunch.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) It did not stop in time. Repeat step e until firm.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.
f. What is the second meal you eat? (Tap.)
Exercise 11 meal breakfast lunch Lunch.

11 Yes, you eat lunch around 12 o’clock.
• When do you eat lunch? (Tap.) Around
a. (Point to pictures.) These are meals.
• Say meal. (Tap.) Meal. 12 o’clock.
• Say meals. (Tap.) Meals. Say the sentence about when you eat lunch.
Repeat step a until firm. (Tap.) You eat lunch around 12 o’clock.
• Do you eat breakfast around 12 o’clock?
(Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) You do not eat breakfast

around 12 o’clock.
Repeat step f until firm.

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Lesson 62

g. What meal do people eat around 7 o’clock, • Did the temperature of the car change?
8 o’clock, or 9 o’clock in the morning? (Tap.) (Tap.) No.
Breakfast.
• (Call on a student.) What changed? (Idea: The
h. (Call on a student.) When do you eat color of the car.)
breakfast? [Student responds.]
• Yes, the color of the car changed.
i. Do you eat lunch around 7 o’clock? (Tap.) No. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The color of the car
• (Call on a student.) When do you eat lunch?
changed.
[Student responds.] Repeat steps c and d until firm.
j. Everybody, what’s the first meal people eat?
e. Listen: Five birds were in the grass.
(Tap.) Breakfast. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Five birds were in the
Say the sentence about the first meal people
grass.
eat. (Tap.) The first meal people eat is breakfast. • Now three birds are in the grass.
• What’s the second meal people eat? (Tap.) Say the sentence. (Tap.) Now three birds are in

Lunch. the grass.
Say the sentence about the second meal • Did the color of the birds change? (Tap.) No.
• My turn: What changed? The number of birds.
people eat. (Tap.) The second meal people eat is What changed? (Tap.) The number of birds.
lunch. f. Listen: The clouds were going this way.
Repeat steps g through j until firm. (Point right.)
• Now the clouds are going this way.
Exercise 12 change
(Point left.)
a. Listen: Sarah did not like to talk. • Did the number of clouds change? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Sarah did not like to talk. • Did the direction of the clouds change? (Tap.)
• Then she changed.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Then she changed. Yes.
• Does she like to talk now? (Tap.) Yes. • What changed? (Tap.) The direction of the clouds.
Yes, she likes to talk now. • Yes, the direction of the clouds changed.
b. Remember: If things change, they become Say the sentence. (Tap.) The direction of the

different. clouds changed.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. Repeat steps e and f until firm.

c. Listen: The room was 70 degrees. Exercise 13 charlie story
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The room was 70
a. Charlie did not want to go to school.
degrees. • His mother said,“You will have fun in school.
• Now the room is 67 degrees.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Now the room is 67 Do you like to ride on a bus?”
• “Yes,” Charlie said.“I like to ride on a bus.”
degrees. b. His mother said,“You will ride on a bus when
• Did the temperature of the room change?
you go to school and from school.”
(Tap.) Yes. • When will he ride on a bus? (Tap.) When he
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The temperature of the
goes to school and from school.
room changed. Yes, when he goes to school and from school.
d. Listen: The car was red. Repeat steps a and b until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The car was red.
• Now the car is green.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Now the car is green.

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