1) On a cloudy day I read a book.
2) On a windy day I played on my computer.
3) On a fine day I took my dog for a walk.
4) On a sunny day I went for a ride on my bicycle.
5) On a cold day I watched TV at home.
6) On a hot day I went swimming.
Monday's child is fair of face.
Tuesday's child is full of grace.
Wednesday's child is full of woe.
Thursday's child has far to go.
Friday's child works hard for a living.
And the child that is born on the seventh day.
Is bonny and blithe, and good and gay.
1) Who invited the clown to the classroom?
2) Where did many children stand?
3) What did the clown do?
4) Was it interesting and exciting?
5) How long was the show?
Look at the classroom walls. The teacher put all the children's names on the wall.
Why did she do that?
Because all the children did their homework very well and they all got a star.
Great! I've got to go and see their homework.
Why are the children so happy?
They are putting on a short play.
What's it about?
It's about the animals on the farm.
Is it interesting?
Sure. You've got to go and see it?
Yes, I must go and see it now.
Look, why is everybody carrying a gift box?
Don't you know? They are going to give the gift boxes to the children in the countryside.
Why did they do that?
They just want to help those children.
Right. I've got to go and give them mine.
What are these people doing?
They are having an interesting class.
Who is giving them the class?
New "Edison"? Who is that?
You've got to go and see him for yourself.
Buckle your shoe.
Knock at the door.
Pick up sticks.
Go home late.
Do it again.