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  • Unit8 Let’s Talk

    I Can

    Student Book Let’s Begin, pages 64-65

    I did it!

    Your child can suggest that friends play together.

    sing Let’s Play.

    say Point to the board. and Go to the board.

    What your child learned in class

    Conversation: Let’s play. Ok. Let’s play ball. Ok. Let’s play tag. Ok. Let’s jump rope.

    Listen and Do Verbs: Point to the board. Go to the board.

    Home study activity Sing Let’s Play with your child. Take turns singing both parts. Have your child find a ball and a jump rope in your house. Suggest that you and your child play outside, saying Let’s play. Then encourage your child to agree and choose what to do. Have your child say OK. Let’s play (ball). When you have finished playing ball, ask your child to suggest another activity, saying Let’s (jump rope).

    Help your child find a small writing board at home and put it on a table. Say to your child Point to the board. Then have your child give you instructions.

    Extra practice Workbook pages 64-65

    Student Audio CD Tracks 81-83

    Write a message to your child:

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  • Student Book Let’s Begin, pages 66-67

    Let’s Learn

    What your child learned in class

    Conversation: I can fly a kite. I can’t fly a kite.

    Activities: ride a bicycle, sing a song, fly a kite, bounce a ball

    Home study activity Say the I Can chant together with your child. Help your child say I can (fly a kite). and then you should say I can’t (fly a kite). Then your child will say I can (ride a bicycle.) and you will say I can’t (ride a bicycle). Switch roles so you say I can (sing a song). and your child says I can’t (sing a song). Now sing Let’s Play with your child. Say Let’s play. and encourage your child to say Ok. Let’s (play ball). Have your child bounce the ball and say I can bounce a ball.

    Extra practice Workbook pages 66-67

    Student Audio CD Tracks 84-85

    I did it!

    Your child can say the I Can chant.

    sing Let’s Play.

    Write a message to your child:

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  • Student Book Let’s Begin, pages 68-69

    Let’s Learn MoreLet’s Learn More

    What your child learned in class

    Conversation: Can you dance? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

    More activities: swim, smile, wink, dance

    Home study activity Say the Can You? chant with your child. Ask your child Can you wink? Have your child answer Yes, I can. or No, I can’t. If your child can’t wink, then teach him or her how to wink. Switch roles and have your child ask you Can you (dance)? Answer Yes, I can. or No, I can’t. If you can’t dance, have your child teach you a dance. Continue with the other two verbs, swim and smile.

    Extra practice Workbook pages 68-69

    Student Audio CD Tracks 86-87

    I did it!

    Your child can ask Can you (dance)?

    say the Can You? chant.

    Write a message to your child:

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  • I did it!

    Write a message to your child:

    Let’s Read Student Book Let’s Begin, pages 70-71

    Your child can sing The Alphabet Song.

    say The XYZ Chant.

    What your child learned in class

    Phonics: Xx, Yy, Zz

    Key words: fox, box, yarn, yak, zebra, zero

    Home study activity Have your child practice saying the letters (Xx, Yy, Zz) and beginning or final sounds with you. Ask your child to sing The Alphabet Song along with the audio. Have your child draw pictures of the phonics words and write the first or final letter of the word under each picture. Point to each picture and say the words with your child, helping your child to listen carefully to the sound of the letter learned. Listen to The XYZ Chant and chant it together.

    Extra practice Workbook pages 70-71

    Student Audio CD Tracks 88-91

    Phonics

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  • Let’s Review Student Book Let’s Begin, pages 72-73

    I did it!

    Write a message to your child:My child can say the words from Units 7 & 8.

    say the day of the week It’s (Monday).

    talk about what he or she can and can’t do.

    What your child reviewed in class

    Units 7 and 8: Conversations, vocabulary, language

    Days of the Week Language Pattern: It’s Sunday.

    Vocabulary: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

    Home study activity Look at different kinds of calendars in English (paper calendars or digital calendars) with your child. Point to a day of the week and encourage your child to say It’s (Friday). Take turns and practice all the days of the week. Exercise with your child saying I can touch my (knees). Have your child draw pictures of the activities he or she can do. Then have your child point to each picture and say I can (ride a bicycle). Switch roles and you share what you can do. Then talk about what your child and you can’t do. You may wish to learn how to do one of those things you can’t do.

    Extra practice Workbook pages 72-73

    Student Audio CD Tracks 73, 75, 84, 86, 92

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