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Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 present tense

wearing a

1 a. We will say things another way.
• We are swimming.
a. Say wear. (Tap.) Wear. Say it another way. (Tap 2.) We swim.
• Say wearing. (Tap.) Wearing. • We are swimming in the park.
• Say, wearing a coat. (Tap 3.) Wearing a coat. Say it another way. (Tap 5.) We swim in the park.
• Say, wearing a shirt. (Tap 3.) Wearing a shirt. Repeat step a until firm.
Repeat step a until firm.
b. The girls are sitting.
b. (Point to man 1.) This man is wearing a shirt. Say it another way. (Tap 3.) The girls sit.
• What is this man wearing? (Tap 2.) A shirt. • The girls are reading.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) This man is wearing Say it another way. (Tap 3.) The girls read.
• The girls are sitting and reading.
a shirt. Say it another way. (Tap 5.) The girls sit and
• Is this man wearing a coat? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) This man is not read.
Repeat step b until firm.
wearing a coat.
c. (Point to man 3.) Is this man wearing a coat? c. Five women are sitting on chairs.
Say it another way. (Tap 5.) Five women sit
(Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) This man is not on chairs.
d. I am reading books.
wearing a coat. Say it another way. (Tap 3.) I read books.
• Is this man wearing a shirt? (Tap.) No. Repeat steps c and d until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) This man is not
Exercise 3 we-they
wearing a shirt.
d. Are all of these men or some of these men a. Everybody, stand up. ✓

wearing shirts? (Tap 4.) Some of these men. Say the sentence about what you are doing.
Repeat steps b through d until firm. (Tap 4.) I am standing up.
b. (Point to 3 students.) Are these students
e. Look at the shoes. ✓
standing up? (Tap.) Yes.
• Are all of these men or some of these men Say the sentence about what they are doing.
wearing shoes? (Tap 4.) All of these men.
(Tap 4.) They are standing up.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) All of these men are c. Say the sentence about what we are doing.
wearing shoes. (Tap 4.) We are standing up.
• Are we sleeping? (Tap.) No.
f. Look at the hats. ✓ Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) We are not sleeping.

• Are all of these men or some of these men d. Everybody, sit down. ✓
wearing hats? (Tap 4.) Some of these men.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) Some of these men
are wearing hats.

Repeat steps e and f until firm.

Exercise 4 opposites Exercise 5 persons

4 opposite 5

a. (Point to word opposite.) This word is a. Listen: Is a man a person? (Tap.) Yes.
opposite. Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) A man is a person.
• Is a cloud a person? (Tap.) No.
• Say sit. (Tap.) Sit. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) A cloud is not a person.
• Say opposite. (Tap.) Opposite. b. (Point to picture.) Raise your hand when you
Repeat step a until firm.
know how many persons are in this picture. ✓
b. Listen: The opposite of wet is dry.
• What is the opposite of wet? (Tap.) Dry. • How many persons are in this picture? (Tap.)
c. Listen: The opposite of dry is wet. Four.
• What is the opposite of dry? (Tap.) Wet.
Repeat steps b and c until firm. Say the sentence about four persons.
(Tap 6.) Four persons are in this picture.
d. My turn: What is the opposite of a wet dog? Repeat steps a and b until firm.
A dry dog.
c. Raise your hand when you know how many
• Your turn: What is the opposite of a wet dog?
(Tap 3.) A dry dog. persons are sitting in this picture. ✓

e. My turn: What is the opposite of a dry dog? • How many persons are sitting? (Tap.) Two.
A wet dog. Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) Two persons are

• What is the opposite of a dry dog? (Tap 3.) sitting.
A wet dog. d. How many persons are walking? (Tap.) One.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) One person is walking.
f. What is the opposite of a dry glass? (Tap 3.) • How many persons are standing? (Tap.) One.
A wet glass. Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) One person is standing.
• How many persons are eating? (Tap.) Two.
• What is the opposite of a wet rock? (Tap 3.) Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) Two persons are eating.
A dry rock. Repeat steps c and d until firm.

Repeat steps d through f until firm. e. Are all of the persons or some of the persons
sitting? (Tap 4.) Some of the persons.
g. My turn: What is the opposite of a small boy?
A big boy. Say the sentence about some of the persons.
(Tap 6.) Some of the persons are sitting.
• Your turn: What is the opposite of a small • Are all of the persons or some of the persons
boy? (Tap 3.) A big boy.
wearing green hats? (Tap 4.) All of the persons.
h. What is the opposite of a small man? (Tap 3.) f. My turn to say the sentence. All of the
A big man.
persons are wearing green hats.
• What is the opposite of big chairs? (Tap 2.) • Everybody, say, wearing green hats. (Tap 3.)
Small chairs.
Wearing green hats.
• What is the opposite of a wet spider? (Tap 3.) Say the sentence about what all of the
A dry spider.
persons are doing. (Tap 8.) All of the persons
• What is the opposite of a small bird? (Tap 3.) are wearing green hats.
A big bird. Repeat steps e and f until firm.

• What is the opposite of dry grapes? (Tap 2.)
Wet grapes.

Repeat steps g and h until firm.

Exercise 6 fast faster than h. (Point to children.) My turn: Which child is
faster, the boy or the girl? The girl.
6 fast
• (Point to horses.) Which horse is faster, the black
horse or the brown horse? The black horse.

a. (Point to word fast.) This word is fast. i. Your turn: Which is faster, the boy or the girl?
• Say fass. (Tap.) Fass. (Tap 2.) The girl.
• Say fast. (Tap.) Fast.
Repeat step a until firm. • Yes, the girl is faster.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) The girl is faster.
b. (Point to children.) These children are running. j. Which is faster, the black horse or the brown
One of these children is running fast.
• (Point to boy.) My turn: Is this child running horse? (Tap 3.) The black horse.
fast? No. • Yes, the black horse is faster.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) The black horse
c. (Point to girl.) This child is running fast.
• What is this child doing? (Tap 2.) Running fast. is faster.
• Yes, this child is running fast. Repeat steps i and j until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This child is
k. Listen: The girl is faster than the boy.
running fast.
d. (Point to boy.) Is the boy running fast? (Tap.) No. • Say, faster than. (Tap 2.) Faster than.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) The boy is not Repeat step k until firm.

running fast. l. Say, faster than the boy. (Tap 4.) Faster than
• (Point to girl.) Is the girl running fast? (Tap.) Yes. the boy.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) The girl is running fast.
Repeat steps c and d until firm. • Say: The girl is faster than the boy. (Tap 7.)
The girl is faster than the boy.
e. (Point to horses.) One of these horses is
running fast. Repeat step l until firm.

• (Point to brown horse.) Is this horse running Exercise 7 pronoun review
fast? (Tap.) No.
a. You will say sentences with the words he, she,
f. (Point to black horse.) Is this horse running it, they.
fast? (Tap.) Yes.
• What words? (Tap 4.) He, she, it, they.
• What is this horse doing? (Tap 2.) Running fast. b. Listen: The women are not talking.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This horse is Say the sentence with another word for the

running fast. women. (Tap 4.) They are not talking.
g. What color is the horse that is running fast? c. Listen: That boy can swim fast.
(Tap.) Black. Say the sentence with another word for that
• Yes, the black horse is running fast.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) The black horse is boy. (Tap 4.) He can swim fast.
d. My pencil is yellow.
running fast. Say the sentence with another word for my
Repeat steps e through g until firm.
pencil. (Tap 3.) It is yellow.
e. That dog is eating a hot dog.
Say the sentence with another word for hot

dog. (Tap 5.) That dog is eating it.
Repeat steps a through e until firm.

f. Five children are looking at the boat. Exercise 8 counting review
Say the sentence with another word for the
8 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
boat. (Tap 6.) Five children are looking at it.
• Five children are looking at the boat. a. Everybody, start with 40 and count to 50.
Say the sentence with another word for five
(Tap 11.) 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50.
children. (Tap 6.) They are looking at the boat. Repeat step a until firm.
g. My mother reads a lot of books.
Say the sentence with another word for my b. (Point to number line.) This number line shows
how to count by tens.
mother. (Tap 6.) She reads a lot of books.
h. Is that boy riding a bike? • What does it show? (Tap 5.) How to count by tens.
Say the sentence with another word for that • Count by tens to 90. (Tap 9.) 10, 20, 30, 40, 50,

boy. (Tap 5.) He is riding a bike. 60, 70, 80, 90.
i. Ginger and Jan will walk to school. Repeat step b until firm.
Say the sentence with another word for Ginger
c. Which is bigger, 70 or 30? (Tap.) 70.
and Jan. (Tap 5.) They will walk to school. Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) 70 is bigger than 30.
Repeat steps f through i until firm. • Which is smaller? (Tap.) 30.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) 30 is smaller than 70.
Individual Turns d. Don’t look at the number line, and count by tens

(Call on individual students to do one of the to 90. (Tap 9.) 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90.
following tasks:) Repeat steps c and d until firm.
• That dog is eating a hot dog.
Say the sentence with another word for Exercise 9 some all

hot dog. That dog is eating it. 9
• Five children are looking at the boat.
Say the sentence with another word for a. (Point to dogs.) Look at the color of the dogs. ✓

five children. They are looking at the boat. • What color are all of the dogs? (Tap.) Black.
• My mother reads a lot of books. • Are all of the dogs black? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence with another word for Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) All of the dogs

my mother. She reads a lot of books. are black.
• Five children are looking at the boat. b. Are all of the dogs sitting? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence with another word for • Are some of the dogs sitting? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) Some of the dogs
the boat. Five children are looking at it.
are sitting.
c. Are all of the dogs or some of the dogs

wearing hats? (Tap 4.) Some of the dogs.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) Some of the dogs

are wearing hats.
d. Are all of these animals dogs? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) All of these animals

are dogs.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.

e. Listen: Are all of the dogs or some of the dogs d. Tell me: his hand or her hand.
black? (Tap 4.) All of the dogs.
• (Touch girl’s hand.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) Her hand.
Say the sentence about all of the dogs.
(Tap 6.) All of the dogs are black. • (Touch boy’s hand.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) His hand.
Repeat step d until firm.
f. Listen: Are all of the dogs or some of the dogs
sitting? (Tap 4.) Some of the dogs. e. I will say it one way.You will say it another way.
• Listen: The hand of the girl.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) Some of the dogs are Say it another way. (Tap 2.) Her hand.
sitting. • The hat of the boy.
Say it another way. (Tap 2.) His hat.
g. Listen: Are all of the dogs or some of the dogs • The nose of the woman.
wearing hats? (Tap 4.) Some of the dogs. Say it another way. (Tap 2.) Her nose.
• The head of the boy.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) Some of the dogs are Say it another way. (Tap 2.) His head.
wearing hats. • The shoe of the man.
Say it another way. (Tap 2.) His shoe.
h. Are all of the animals or some of the animals • The house of the woman.
dogs? (Tap 4.) All of the animals. Say it another way. (Tap 2.) Her house.
Repeat step e until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) All of the animals
are dogs.

Repeat steps e through h until firm.

Exercise 10 his-her Exercise 11

pushing-pulling

10 his her 11

a. (Point to words his, her.) These words are a. (Point to boys pushing.) What are these boys
his . . . her. doing? (Tap 3.) Pushing the horse.

• (Point to word his.) Say his. (Tap.) His. • Yes, these boys are pushing the horse.
• (Point to word her.) Say her. (Tap.) Her. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) These boys are

Repeat step a until firm. pushing the horse.
Repeat step a until firm.
b. (Point to girl’s hand.) My turn to touch the
hand of the girl. (Touch.) b. (Point to boy pulling.) What is this boy doing?
(Tap 3.) Pulling the horse.
• Listen: I am touching her hand.
• What am I touching? (Tap 2.) Her hand. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) This boy is pulling
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) You are touching the horse.

her hand. • Say the sentence with another word for this
c. (Touch boy’s hand.) I am touching the hand boy. (Tap 5.) He is pulling the horse.

of the boy. c. How many boys are pushing the horse? (Tap.)
• Listen: I am touching his hand. Two.
• What am I touching? (Tap 2.) His hand.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) You are touching Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) Two boys are pushing
the horse.
his hand.
Repeat steps b and c until firm. Repeat steps b and c until firm.


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