Activities for Primary and Middle School Teachers

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ACTIVITIES FOR PRIMARY AND
MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS
Jane Coates
2013
1.SHOES AND SOCKS
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What do you wear on your head?
A hat.
What do you wear on your hands?
Gloves.
What do you wear on your feet?
Socks
Shoes and socks
Shoes and socks
What do you wear when its cold?
Socks
Shoes and socks
Shoes and socks
1.SHOES AND SOCKS
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What do you wear when it’s warm?
Socks
Shoes and socks
Shoes and socks
Where do you wear your hat?
On my head.
Where do you wear your gloves?
On my hands.
What do you wear on your feet?
Socks.
Shoes and socks.
Shoes and socks.
2. “I LOVE TO SAY “I WON’T”
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I love to say, “I can’t.”
I love to say, “I won’t”
I love to say, “I’m not”
I love to say “I don’t”
I love to say, “I will.”
I love to say, “I am.”
I love to say, “I do.”
I love to say, “I can.”
I love to say, “I won’t.”
I don’t
I love to say, “I won’t.”
I don’t
2. “I LOVE TO SAY “I WON’T”
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I love to say, “I can’t.”
I love to say, “I won’t”
I love to say, “I’m not”
I love to say “I don’t”
I love to say, “I will.”
I love to say, “I am.”
I love to say, “I do.”
I love to say, “I can.”
I love to say, “I won’t.”
I don’t
I love to say, “I won’t.”
I don’t
2. “I LOVE TO SAY “I WON’T”
Say, “I won’t.”
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I won’t, I won’t.
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I won’t say, “I won’t.”
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I won’t.
 Say, “I can’t.”
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I can’t, I can’t.
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I can’t say, “I can’t.”
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I can’t.
 Yes you can
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No, I can’t.
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2. “I LOVE TO SAY “I WON’T”
Yes, you can.
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No, I can’t.
 You can do it.
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No, I can’t.
 Yes, you can.
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No, I can’t.
 Yes, you can.
 Yes, you can.
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3. GUS ALWAYS TAKES THE BUS
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Gus always takes the bus
Why?
Gus always takes the bus
Why?
Why does he take the bus?
Because he loves it.
He loves it.
Elaine always takes the plane.
Why?
Elaine always takes the plane.
Why?
Why does she take the plane?
Because she likes it. She likes it.
3. GUS ALWAYS TAKES THE BUS
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Jane never takes the train.
Why not?
Jane never takes the train.
Why not?
Why doesn’t she take the train?
Because she hates it.
She hates it.
Mike always rides his bike.
Why?
Mike always rides his bike.
Why?
Why does he ride his bike?
Because he loves it.
He loves it.
4. I FOUND A COW
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I found a cow!
How?
I found a cow!
How?
I found a bear!
Where?
I found a bear!
Where?
I found a hen!
When?
I found a hen!
When?
I found a cow.
I found a bear.
I found a hen.
When?
4. I FOUND A COW
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I found a hen.
I found a cow.
I found a bear.
Where?
I found a bear.
I found a hen.
I found a cow.
How?
I found a bear.
I found a hen.
I found a cow.
Wow!
5.ITS TIME TO GO TO BED
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Its time to go to bed.
What time is it?
Its time to go to bed.
What time is it?
Its time to go to bed
I don’t want to go to bed.
You have to go to bed.
What time is it?
You’ve got to go to bed.
I don’t want to go to bed.
You must go to bed.
I don’t want to go to bed.
I’m not sleepy.
I’m not sleepy.
5.ITS TIME TO GO TO BED
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It’s time to get up.
What time is it?
It’s time to get up.
What time is it?
It’s time to get up.
I don’t want to get up.
You have to get up.
I don’t want to get up.
You’ve got to get up.
I don’t want to get up.
You must get up.
I don’t want to get up
I don’t want to get up
I’m too sleepy.
I’m too sleepy.
6. I’M ALWAYS RIGHT
I’m right.
Clap, clap
 I’m always right.
 I’m right.
Clap, clap
 I’m always right.
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You’re wrong,
Clap, clap
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You’re always wrong.
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You’re wrong,
Clap, clap
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You’re always wrong.
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6. I’M ALWAYS RIGHT
Sometimes I’m wrong.
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That’s right.
 Sometimes I’m wrong.
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That’s right.
 You’re always wrong.
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I’m right.
 You’re always wrong.
 I’m right.
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Clap, clap.
Clap, clap.
Clap, clap.
Clap, clap.
7. POLKA DOT PYJAMAS
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I woke up early,
early in the morning.
Got out of bed,
Nice warm bed
Jumped on the pillow,
soft pillow
Stood on my head,
hard head
Took off my pyjamas,
polka dot pyjamas
Put on my clothes,
beautiful clothes
7. POLKA DOT PYJAMAS
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Brushed my teeth,
nice white teeth
Blew my nose,
tiny little nose
Had my breakfast,
great big breakfast
Fed the cat,
Fat cat
Went back to my room,
nice little room
Opened the door,
great big door
7. POLKA DOT PYJAMAS
Saw my pyjamas,
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polka dot pyjamas
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polka dot pyjamas
 Put them in a drawer,
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polka dot pyjamas
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three or four
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and ran out of the door.
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IF YOU GO, I’LL GO
If you go, I’ll go,
 I’ll go with you.
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If you go, I’ll go,
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I’ll go along with you.
 If you go, I’ll go, I’ll go too.
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If you go, I’ll go too.
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I’ll go along with you.
 If she goes, I’ll go, I’ll go too.
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If she goes, I’ll go,
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I’ll go along with her.
 If she goes, I’ll go, I’ll go too.
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IF YOU GO, I’LL GO
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If she goes, I’ll go,
I’ll go along with you.
If he goes, I’ll go, I’ll go too.
If he goes, I’ll go,
I’ll go along with him.
If he goes, I’ll go, I’ll go too.
If he goes, I’ll go,
I’ll go along with you.
If they go, we’ll go, we’ll go too.
If they go, we’ll go,
We’ll go along with them.
If they go, we’ll go, we’ll go too.
We’ll go along with you.