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2.1 Tongue-Twisters..
2.2 Riddles in Rhymes.
2.3 Good Rules in Rhymes
2.4 My Day
2.5 Parts of the Body.
2.6 Seasons
2.7 Weather.
2.8 Calendar
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3.1 Household Chores
3.2 My House.
3.3 Around the City
3.4 At Your Service
3.5 Learn about the World Around
3.6 Jobs and Professions
3.7 On Holidays..
3.8 Classroom Chant. Greetings for young Children.
3.9 Physical Warming Ups.
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4.1 Travelling..
4.2 Family. Friends. Character
4.3 Health. Food..
4.4 Shopping. Clothes.
4.5 Hobbies..
4.6 England.
4.7 Ukraine.
4.8 My Favourite Subject

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[ ja:] , [ jo:].

The jolly little clown.

Im a jolly little clown

Yah , yaw , yah!

I can smile and I can frown,

Yah , yaw , yah!

I can drop my jaw far down!

Yah, yaw , yah!

Can you be a jolly clown?

Yah , yaw, yah!

Can you smile and can you frown?

Yah , yah , yah!

Can you drop your jar far down?

Yah , yaw , yah!


[ k ]

An old black crow.

An old black crow flew into a tree.

Caw, caw , caw!

And what do you think he could see?

Caw, caw , caw!

He saw the sun shine on the lake.

Caw, caw , caw!

And tiny splashes fishes make.

Caw, caw , caw! T: Try to say caw and will easily imagine that a crow is calling.


[ o: ].

Little sleepy head.

They call me Little Sleepy Head!

I yawn at work , I yawn at play!

I yawn and yawn and yawn all day.

Then take my sleepy yawns to bed!

Thats why they call me Sleepy Head.

[ ou ]

Go , My Little Pony , Go!

Go, my little pony , go!

Go! Go! Go!

Go, my little pony , go!

Go! Go! Go!

Gallop , pony , gallop, go!

Gallop , gallop , go!

Go, my little pony , go!

Go! Go! Go! [ ou ] .

[ θ ]

The Old Grey Goose.

An old gray goose am I.

Th! Th! Th!

I stretch my neck and cry

At puppies passing by!

I like to make them cry!

Th! Th! Th!

When puppies jump and run ,

Th! Th! Th!

I think its lots of fun!

Im sure theyd like to be

An old grey goose like me!

Th! Th! Th!

[ Ә ]

Monkey Talk.

Little monkey in the tree ,

This is what he says to me ,

They , they , they ,

Thee , thee , thee.

Monkey jumps from limb to limb

While I chatter back to him:

They , they , they .


[ θ ], [ Ә ] Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betty and Bess They all went together to look at a nest. They saw a nest with four eggs in it, They all took one and left three in it!

[ p ] , [h ]

Little Brown Rabbit.

Little brown rabbit went hippity hop ,

Hippity hop , hippity hop.

Into the garden without any stop ,

Hippity hop , hippity hop.

He ate for his supper a fresh carrot top ,

Hippity hop , hippity hop.

Then home went the rabbit without any stop ,

Hippity hop , hippity hop. [ p ] , [h ] - , [ h ] , [ p ] - .

[ w ] .

Oh , Where is My Whistle?

Oh , where is my whistle?

Asked Willy one day .

My dear little whistle ,

My little white whistle ,

My dear little , white little whistle , I say!

Why , here is your whistle ,

His brother replied.

Your dear little whistle ,

Your little white whistle ,

Your dear little , white little whistle , he cried.


Why do you cry, Willie?

Why do you cry?

Why, Willie? Why, Willie?

Why, Willie? Why?


[ t ]

The Motor -Boat.

I have a motor-boat.

It turns around the bay,

And I start my motor-boat

It always seems to say:




But when the boat is under way

And running fast , it seems to say:

Putt-putt-putt-putt ,



Never trouble troubles

Till trouble troubles you.

It only doubles trouble And troubles other too.


Ten little fingers, Ten little toes, Two little ears, And one little nose. Two little eyes That shine so bright. One little mouth To kiss Mummy , Good night!

[ ŋ ]

The singers sang a nice song Ting-a-long , ting-a-long. A nice song the singers sang - Ting-a-long , ting-a-long.The song they sang was very long - Ting-a-long , ting-a-long. Ting-a-ting-a-long.

The Bells.

Big bells ring a long , full song

Ding-dong-ding-dong !

Small bells ring a clear , sweet song

Ding , ding , ding , ding ,

ding , ding , ding !

Wee bells ring a tinkling song ,

Ting-a-ling , a-ling, a-ling,

a-ling, a-ling, a-ling .

Hear the ringing ; hear the song ,

Ting- a-ling, ding , ding ,

ding , ding , dong. .


[ v ]

Playing Airplane.

The plane is travelling in the sky ,

Vvv vvv - vvv.

Moving so fast , and ever so high ,

Vvv vvv - vvv.

Over the land , and over the sea ,

Vvv vvv - vvv.

But we always come back in time for tea ,

Vvv vvv - vvv.

***As I wasgoingto St. Ives I met a man with seven wives. And every wife had seven sacks, And every sack had seven cats, And every cat had seven kits. Kits, cats, sacks, and wives, How many were there going to St. Ives?


[ a: ], [ ou ], [ i: ]


The funny Little Clown .

Im a funny little clown.

I say , Ah oo ee oo My mouth is open wide When I say , Ah ah ah I draw my lips far back When I say , Ee , ee , ee My lips are very round When I say , Oo , oo , oo Ah oo - ee oo ,

Ah oo - ee oo .

I am a funny little clown .


[ æ ]

I see a big black cat ,

Big black cat , big black cat.

What a big black cat!

What a cat! What a cat!


Handy , Spandy , Jack-a-dandy

Loves plum cake and sugar candy.

He buys some at a grocers shop

And out he comes hop , hop , hop.

[ e ]

When I am ten,

Ill get a pen .

Then I will write

Like brother Ben .

[ ei ] Jonathan Blake Ate too much cake, He isnt himself today; Hes tucked up in bed With feverish head, And he isnt able to play.

[ I ] , [ I: ]

Sid sees , Sid sees , Sid sees.

Six trees , six trees , six trees.


[ I: ]

A sailor went to sea To see what he could see, And all he could see Was sea , sea , sea.

[ I: ] [ r ]

A verse about me.Im cleaning my teeth.

Scrub , scrub . Im washing my hands.

Rub , rub . Im going to bed.

Creep , creep. Im in bed fast , fast asleep.

[ I ]

I live here . We live near.

You live there . You live here. Tom lives so far . Tom and Ray That he goes in a car. Live far away.

[ o ]

For want of a nail the shoe was lost, For want of the shoe the horse was lost, For want of the horse the rider was lost, For want of the rider the battle was lost, For want of the battle, the kingdom was lost, And all for the want of the kingdom, was a horse-shoe nail.

[ ai ]Ride away, ride away, Johnny will ride, And he will have a pussy-cat Tied to one side, He will have a little dog

Tied to the other, And Johnny will ride To see his grandmother.

[ au ]See-saw, Sacaradown, Which is the way to London Town? One foot up, the other foot down, That is the way to London Town.

[ u ]

Little Betty Blue

Lost her holiday shoe.

What shall little Betty do? Buy her another To match the other, And then shell walk in two.

[⋀ ]

I have a jolly jumped Jack , See how well he jumps! Up and down! From right to left He jumps , and jumps , and jumps .


The Brook .

Trumbling , strumbling Fumbling all the day . Fluttering , stuttering Muttering away . Rustling , hustling Bustling as it flows . That it how the brook talks Bubbling as it goes .


Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty

Sat on the wall.

Humpty Dumpty Had a great fall. All the kings horses, And all the kings men Couldnt put

Humpty Dumpty Together again.

[ b ]

Rub-a Dub-Dub

Three men in a tub:

The butcher , the baker ,

The candlestick maker.

[ d ]Deedle Deedle Dumpling, my son John, Went to bed with trousers on, One shoe off, one shoe on,

Deedle Deedle Dumpling, my son John.

[ h ]

I have a father, I have a mother,

I have a sister,

I have a brother.

Father, mother, sister, brother Hand in hand One in another.

[ f ]They fished and they fished Way down in the sea, Down in the sea a mile, They fished among all the fish in the sea For the fish with deep sea smile.

[ ʤ ] , [ g ]

Jiggety-jig , Jiggety-jig ,

Peters dog is little

And Dans dog is big.

Jiggety-jig , Jiggety-jig ,

[ k ] Tick- tock, tick-tock,

Says the clock. Tick-tock, tock-tick. What do you want to do, Do quick.


Nick nack , paddy paddy pack ,

Give the dog a bone.

Nick nack , paddy paddy pack ,

Put it on a stone.


Hickory , Dickory , Dock ,

The mouse ran up the clock.

The clock struck on one ,

The mouse ran down.

Hickory , Dickory , Dock ,


I can clean my teeth. I can comb my hair. I can put my shoes on , If Mummys not here. I can eat my dinner With a knife and fork.And I do it quickly If I dont talk.

[ k ] , [ t ]

Hickety , pickety , my black cat

Likes to sit in my blue hat.

[ l ]I like to read, I like to jump,

I like to play, I like to play,

I like to study I like to run,

evry day. Its fun!


[ m ]

Summer is the play-by-the stream time, Roll in the meadow-and-dream time, Lie on your back-and-crew-grass time, Watch butterflies as they pass time, Try and pick daisies with toes time, Playing where nobody knows time.

[ p ]

Pitter -patter , pit-pat. Listen to the rain! Pitter -patter , pit-pat. Raining again. Put on your galoshes. Put on your hat. Find your umbrella. ( Dont forget that! ) Put on your raincoat. Button is so! Pitter -patter , pit-pat.

Off we go!


Two little birds are sitting on a wall, One named Peter , the other named Paul. Fly away Peter! Fly away Paul! Come back, Peter ! Come back, Paul!

[ kw ]Quickly, quickly Quickly, quickly, Hop, hop, hop, Round and round,

Up he goes Down he jumps,

To the tree top! To the ground.

[ s ]Miss ,miss , little Miss , miss; When she misses , she misses like this.


[s ] , [ t ]

Tommy Trot, a man of law,

Sold his bed and lay upon straw;

English Tongue-Twisters


What a big black cat!

What a cat! What a cat!


A big black bug bit a big black bear ,

A big black bear bit a big black bug.

***Betty Botta bought some butter But, she said , this butter bitter , But a bit of better butter Will make my butter better. So she bought a bit of butter Better than the bitter butter And it made her butter better.


Tob is Mobs dog.

Cob is Dobs dog,


Pats black cat is in Pats black hat.


A girl sees three big grey geese.


A black cat sat on a mat

And ate a fat rat.



The more we think of safety,

Of safety, of safety,

The more we think of safety,

The safer we shall be.


Swan swam over the sea,

Swim, swan, swim,

Swan swam back again,

Well swum, swan.


Which is this switch?

Which switch is which?


She sells sea-shells on the sea-shore.


Roll that red ball down to town,

Roll that red ball down to town.


Robert Rowley rolled

A round roll round.

*** Ill have a proper cup of coffee in a proper



How much wood would a wood-chuck chuck

If a wood-chuck would chuck wood?


Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.


The Tutor

A tutor who tooted the flute

Tried to teach two young tooters to toot,

Said the two to the Tutor,

Is it harder to toot, or

To tutor two tooters to toot?

Carolyn Wells


Whether the weather be fine

Or whether the weather be not,

Whether the weather be cold

Or whether the weather be hot,

Well weather the weather

Whatever the weather,

Whether we like it or not.


I thought a thought, but a thought

I thought wasnt a thought I thought.


Riddles in Rhymes

It is running night and day,

But it never runs away. (A watch)

Without a tongue, without an ear,

I can speak, and sing, and hear. (A tape-recorder)

I have no legs, but I can run.

I have no tongue, but I tell everyone,

Time to start work! Time to go to bed!

Time to get up again, you sleepy-head! (An alarm-clock)

He doesnt speak, nor he doesnt sing,

Not at the doorbell give a ring,

But still he lets his master know

Who wants to see him, friend or foe. (A watch-dog)

Never planted, still it grows.

Whats the answer? Now who knows? (Hair)

It runs and runs, but itll never run out.

It flows. Who knows

What I am talking about? (A river)

I dont know the ABC,

But Im writing as you see. (A pen)

All these cars and trucks

That are running along

Can be stopped by this man,

Whos enormously strong. (A traffic officer)



Long-ears, long-ears

Hop, hop, hop!

Long-ears, long-ears

Never stop.

They like carrots, they like hay.

They grow longer from day to day. (A rabbit)

Knock on me, and do come in.

I will gladly let you in.

But dont forget, you see,

To hold out your hand to me. (A door)

He likes carrots and at night

When the moon and stars are bright,

To the farmers field hell go

Where the juicy carrots grow.

Whos he? (A rabbit)

I am in the tree-tops. Cheep, cheep, cheep.

My head beneath my feathers

When I sleep, sleep, sleep. (A bird)

I am in the meadow,

Moo, moo, moo,

Chewing grass to make more milk

For you, you, you. (A cow)

I am in the water,

Quack, quack, quack,

With shiny feathers on my wings

And back, back, back. (A duck)


I am in the farm-yard,

Cluck, cluck, cluck.

I lay eggs, but I am not

A duck, duck, duck. (A hen)

I am in the basket,

Mew, mew, mew.

You give me milk and then I purr

For you, you, you. (A cat)

It lives in a forest, it looks like a dog,

Its grey and white, its angry and hungry,

It runs very fast because it likes to hunt. (A wolf)

Its big and grey, its trunk is long,

It has two tusks and is very strong. (An elephant)

It is big and very strong,

It can climb trees and likes honey and berries ( A bear)

It is big and brown. It lives in a forest.

It likes to eat honey and has a little nose. (A bear)

It lives with people, it likes to eat carrots,

It is grey and funny. What is it? ( A rabbit)

This animal is very big,

It cannot jump, it cannot sit,

It drinks much water every week,

It is strong and its legs are long. (A camel)

This animal is very strong, its neck is not long,

In winter it sleeps,

In summer it finds honey here and there.

What is this animal? It is (a bear)

It is little and grey, it can live in a big house,

It has a long tail. What is it? (A mouse)

It is orange and cunning,

It likes to eat cocks,

It lives in a forest.

What is this? ( A fox)

Good Rules in Rhymes

I know a child, and who she is

Ill tell you by and by.

When Mamma says, Do this or that

She says, What for? and Why?

Shell be a better child by far

If she says, Ill try.

Whole Duty of Children

A child should always say whats true

And speak when he is spoken to,

And behave mannerly at table,

At least as far as he is able.

Mind the clock and keep the rule;

Try to come in time to school.

Stop! Look!

The trams and cars in our town

Run up and down, up and down!

Stop! Look at the light!

First look to the left

And then to the right.

Four Little Words

There are four little words

That can help a lot.

When you hurt your friend

On purpose or not.

So say the four words,

Dont wait too long!

If youve hurt your friend

Say, Im sorry. Im wrong.


Magic Words

Hearts like doors will open with ease

To very, very little keys:

And dont forget that they are these:

We thank you all, and If you please.


Be Polite

Dont be afraid to be polite,

To say, Good Morning or Good Night!,

I beg your pardon, Excuse me, please!

And many more words just like these:

Ill help you, madam, please, dont worry,

Youre so kind, Im so sorry,

How do you do?, Do take my seat,

Oh, let me help you cross the street.

Use all these phrases, young and old,

In daily life a thousandfold.

Company Manners

When company comes

You are very polite.

And we are proud of you, Son,

For your manners are right.

You say, Thank you- Excuse me

And After you, please.

You shake hands all around

With such polish and ease.

When grown-ups are talking

You dont make a sound.

Its a joy and a pleasure

To have you around.

Your company manners

Are fine through and through...

But try, Son, to use them

For everybody, too!

Table Manners

The Goops they lick their fingers,

And the goops they lick their knives;

They spill their broth on the tablecloth

Oh, they lead disgusting lives!

The Goops they talk while eating,

And loud and fast they chew;

And that is why Im glad that I

Am not a Goop are you?

Gelett Burgess

A Good Rule

My sisters and brother all go to school

We help one another, it is a good rule.

We help our mother when she washes or cooks.

Together with father we like to read books.

Do It Well

If a task is once begun,

Never leave it till its done,

Be the labour great or small,

Do it well, or not at all.


Work While You Work

Work while you work,

Play while you play;

This is the way

To be cheerful and gay.


All that you do,

Do with your might;

Things done by halves

Are never done right.


Good Council for Children

Go to bed late,

Stay very small;

Go to bed early,

Grow very tall.

One thing at a time

And that done well,

Is a very good rule,

As many can tell.

Good, better, best;

Never rest

Till good be better

And better be best.

Do Your Best

Do your best, your very best;

And do it every day

Little boys and little girls,

This is the wisest way.

No matter what you try to do,

At home or at school,

Always do your very best

There is no better rule.

So if you read your little book,

Or if you learn to spell,

Or if you play with hoop or ball,

Be sure to do it well.

Ill Try and I Cant

The little boy who says, Ill try,

Will climb the hill-top.

The little boy who says, I cant,

Will at the bottom stop.


Ill try does great things every day,

I cant gets nothing done;

Be sure that you say Ill try

And let I cant alone.


My Day

Getting up

When I get up in the morning

Ill tell you what I do.

I wash my hands and

I wash my face,

Splishity-splash, splishity-splash.

I clean my teeth till

they are shining white.

Scrubbity-scrub, scrubbity-scrub.

Then I put on my clothes

and brush my hair.

And runnity-run,

I run downstairs.


As soon as the sun rises

Up in the sky,

Ill open my eyes

And lift up my head,

And jump very quickly

Out of my bed.



The Wrong Start

I got up this morning and meant to be good,

But things didnt happen the way that they should.

I lost my toothbrush,

I slammed the door,

I dropped an egg

On the kitchen floor,

I spilled some sugar

And after that I tried to hurry

And tripped on the cat.

Things may get better. I dont know when.

I think Ill go back and start over again.

Marchette Chute


Because we do all things together

All things improve, even weather.

Our daily meat and bread taste better,

Trees are greener, rain is wetter.

Paul Engle

My Day

Breakfast in the morning, Supper in the evening

Dinner in the day, When the sky is red,

Tea in the afternoon, Now the day is over

Then its time to play. And its time to go to bed.


Good Night

Good night, sleep tight,

Wake up bright in the morning light

To do whats right with all your might.

Good night, good night.

A Pleasant Day

Bring the hoop and bring the ball,

Come with happy faces all;

Let us make a merry ring, Talk and laugh and dance and sing.

Quickly, quickly come away,

For it is a pleasant day.


Parts of the Body

I Have Two Eyes

I have two eyes and I can see,

I have two ears and I can hear,

I have a mouth and I can talk,

I have two legs and I can walk.

I have two ears

I have two ears, one mouth, one nose,

One neck, one chin and ten small toes.

My two feet like to skip and hop,

Run and jump and never stop.


Heres my thumb and fingers tall,

They never can keep still at all.

Heres my left hand and heres my right.

I clap them hard with all my might.


We smell with our nose,

We see with our eyes,

We eat with our mouth

Hot puddings and pies.

With leg and foot we walk,

With lip and tongue we talk,

And with our ear

All sounds we hear.


My nose is blue,

My teeth are green,

My face is like a soup tureen.

I look just like a lima bean.

Im very, very lovely.

My feet are far too short and long,

My hands are left and right and wrong.

My voice is like the hippos song.

Im very, very, very, very lovely?

Karla Kuskin



In Winter and in Summer

In winter I ski and skate,

Says little Kate.

In summer I like to swim,

Says little Jim.

And what do you do in spring?-

In spring we dance and sing.

Four Seasons

Spring is showery, flowery, bowery,

Summer: hoppy, choppy, poppy,

Autumn : wheezy, sneezy, freezy,

Winter: slippy, drippy, nippy.


The Four Seasons


The Earth is warm, the suns ablaze,

It is a time of carefree days;

And bees abuzz that chance to pass

May see me snoozing on the grass.


The leaves are yellow, red and brown,

A shower sprinkles softly down;

The air is fragrant, crisp and cool,

And once again Im stuck in school.



The birds are gone, the world is white,

The winds are wild, they chill and bite;

The ground is thick with slush and sleet,

And I can barely feel my feet.


The fields are rich with daffodils,

A coat of clover cloaks the hills,

And I must dance, and I must sing

To see the beauty of the spring.


This is the season When children ski

And Grandfather Frost Brings the New Year tree.


Its Snowing

Its snowing, its snowing.

What a lot of snow!

Let us make some snowballs,

We all like to throw.

Its snowing, its snowing.

Let us sledge and ski!

When Im dashing down the hill

Clear the way for me!



The Snowman

Come to the garden

And play in the snow,

Make a white snowman

And help him to grow!

What a nice snowman!

The children will say.

What a fine game

For a cold winter day!

First Snow

Snow makes whiteness where it falls,

The bushes look like popcorn-balls,

And places where I always play,

Look like somewhere else today.

Marie Louise Allen

I Heard a Bird Sing

I heard a bird sing

In the dark of December

A magical thing

And sweet to remember.

We are nearer to Spring

Than we were in September,

I heard a bird sing

In the dark of December.

Oliver Herford

Winter Moon

How thin and sharp is the moon tonight!

How thin and sharp and ghostly white

Is the slim curved crook of the moon tonight!

Langston Hughes

Good-by My Winter Suit

Good-by my winter suit,

Good-by my hat and boot,

Good-by my ear-protecting muffs

And storms that hail and hoot.

Farewell to snow and sleet,

Farewell to Cream of Wheat,

Farewell to ice-removing salt

And slush around my feet.

Right on! To daffodils,

Right on! To whippoorwills,

Right on! To chirp-producing eggs

And baby birds and quills.

The day is on the wing,

The kite is on the string,

The sun is where the sun should be

Its spring all right! Its spring!

N.M. Bodecker



Spring is coming, I can feel it,

How soft is the morning air!

Birds are singing, buds are peeping,

Life and joy are everywhere!

A Summer Day

Come, my children, come away

For the sun shines bright today,

Little children, come with me,

Birds and brooks and flowers see.

Get your hats and come away,

For it is a pleasant day.

Let us make a merry ring,

Talk and laugh and dance and sing!

Quickly, quickly come away

For it is a pleasant day.

Daylight Saving Time

In Spring when maple buds are red,

We turn the clock an hour ahead;

Which means, each April that arrives,

We lose an hour

Out of our lives.

Who cares? When Autumn birds in flocks

Fly southward, back we turn the Clocks,

And so regain a lovely thing

That missing hour

We lost last Spring. Phyllis McGinley

Autumn Leaves

Come, little leaves,

Says the wind one day.

Come over the meadows

With me to play.

Put on your dresses

Of red and gold,

For summer is gone

And the days are cold.


Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Rain, rain, go away,

Come again another day,

Little Johnny wants to play.

Rain on the green grass,

And rain on the tree,

Rain on the house-top,

But not on me.


The Rain Has Silver Sandals

The rain has silver sandals

For dancing in the spring,

And shoes with golden tassels

For summers frolicking.

Her winter boots have hobnails

Of ice from heel to toe,

Which now and then she changes

For moccasins of snow.

May Justus


I like to see a thunder storm,

A dunder storm, a blunder storm,

I like to see it, black and slow,

Come stumbling down the hills.

I like to hear a thunder storm,

A plunder storm, a wonder storm,

Roar loudly at our little house

And shake the window sills!

Elizabeth Coatsworth

When the Weather is Wet

When the weather is wet

We must not fret,

When the weather is cold

We must not scold,

When the weather is warm

We must not storm,

But be thankful together

Whatever the weather.



Who Has Seen the Wind?

Who has seen the wind?

Neither I, nor you:

But when the leaves hang trembling The wind is passing through. Who has seen the wind?

Neither you, nor I: But when the trees bow down their heads The wind is passing by.

Christina Rosetti

When All the World Is Full of Snow

I never know just where to go,

When all the world is full of snow.

I do not want to make a track,

Not even to the shed and back.

I only want to watch and wait,

While snow months settle on the gate,

And swarming frost flakes fill the trees

With billions of albino bees.

I only want myself to be

As silent as a winter tree,

To hear the swirling stillness grow,

When all the world is full of snow.

N. M. Bodecker


The Months of the Year

Januarycomes with frost and snow,

February brings us winds that blow,

March has winds and happy hours,

April brings us sun and showers,

Pretty is the month of May,

June has flowers sweet and gay, July begins our holiday,

August sends us all away,

September takes us back to school,

October days begin to cool,

November brings the leaves to Earth,

December dying sees the birth

Of the New Year and all its mirth.


January brings the snow,

Makes our feet and fingers glow.

February brings the rain,

Thaws the frozen lakes again.

March brings breezes loud and shrill,

Stirs the dancing daffodil.

April brings the primrose sweet,

Scatters daisies at our feet.

May brings flocks of pretty lambs,

Skipping by their fleecy dams.

June brings tulips, lilies, roses,

Fills the childrens hands with posies.

Hot July brings cooling showers,

Apricots and gillyflowers.

August brings the sheaves of corn,

Then the harvest home is borne.

Warm September brings the fruit,

Sportsmen then begin to shoot.

Fresh October brings the pheasant,

Then to gather nuts is pleasant.

Dull November brings the blast,

Then the leaves are whirling fast.

Chill December brings the sleet,

Blazing fire, and Christmas treat.

Sara Coleridge

Days of the Week

Lazy-Bones Grundy

I cannot work on Monday,

Says lady-bones Grundy.

Nor start the work on Tuesday.

Wednesday is a holiday,

I must plan on Thursday

What to do on Friday,

On Saturday I like to play,

On Sunday I must rest all day.

Mrs Grundy washes on Monday,

Irons on Tuesday,

Shops on Wednesday,

Bakes on Thursday,

Sews on Friday,

Cleans on Saturday,

Cooks on Sunday

This is the tale of Mrs Grundy.

Solomon Grundy

Solomon Grundy

Born on Monday,

Christened on Tuesday,

Married on Wednesday,

Took ill on Thursday,

Worse on Friday,

Buried on Sunday,

This is the end

Of Solomon Grundy.

I Like Sunday Best

I like Sunday best,

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday less,

Thursday, Friday are not bad,

Saturday is better yet.

But I like Sunday best.


Of all the days thats in the week

I dearly love but one day

And thats the day that comes between

A Saturday and Monday.

Household Chores

Warming up

Busy Housewives

One busy housewife

is sweeping the floor.

Two busy housewives

are polishing the door.

Three busy housewives

are washing the socks.

Four busy housewives

are winding the clocks.

Five busy housewives

are cleaning with the broom.

Six busy housewives

are tidying up the room.

Seven busy housewives

are washing the sink.

Eight busy housewives

are giving the cat a drink.

Nine busy housewives

are cooking dinner too.

Ten busy housewives

with nothing else to do.


I Like Food

I like carrots, I like peas, I like chocolate, I like potatoes,

I like cabbage, I like cheese, I like spinach, I like tomatoes,

I like mushrooms, I like beans, I like eggs, I like bread,

I like apples and that means: I like fish, as Ive said:

I like food anyway you cook it. I like plums, I like custard,

I like food anyway you look at it. I like leeks, I like mustard,

I like food, cold or hot, I like ice-cream, I like toast,

I like food, I like it a lot. Can you guess what I like most?



This egg is bad, Some cheese and ham

Says my dad. For brother Sam.

Take another, A soft boiled egg

Says my mother. For sister Meg

A plate of meat Mike and Sam

For brother Pete. Like sweets and jam.



My House. Englishmans Home


Warming up:

My Flat

This is my house

And this is my flat.

I live there with my Mother,

My brother and Dad.

Come into my flat, please

And you all will see

The kitchen, the bathroom,

The living-room, the bedroom,

The childrens room and the Lavatory.

And here in the corner

Youll see our broom

It helps me and Mother

To clean every room.

S. Fedorak


My Yellow House

1. Ive got a little yellow house

Its got a yellow door,

And yellow windows in each room

And a yellow floor.

2. So please walk up the yellow steps

Into the yellow hall

And look at all the yellow pictures

On the yellow wall.

3. Upstairs Ive got a yellow bath

Its beautiful and new

Look! Yellow toothbrush, yellow soap,

And yellow toothpaste, too.

4. Come and see my yellow garden

Smell the yellow flowers

Lie on the lovely yellow grass

And sleep for hours and hours.

5. Oh! Must you really go now?

Oh dear! That is shame.

Well, come and visit me again

My name? Oh, Yellow is my name.


1. Where, oh where,

Is my teddy bear?

Is he in the living room?

Is he in the pink bathroom?

2. Where, oh where,

Is my teddy bear?

In the kitchen, on the chair?

In my favourite blue armchair?

3. Where are you,

My little Ted?

Here you are

Under my bed!



Meet me in the Morning

Meet me in the morning, Meet me in the summer,

Meet me at noon, Meet me in the fall (autumn),

Meet me in September, Meet me in the evening,

or the middle of June. Meet me at eight,

Meet me at midnight, Ill meet you any time You want,

Meet me in the hall, but please dont be late.

( , me you, him, her, us, them)



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Opposite words

When the teacher says Hello,

I say goodbye.

When the teacher says laugh!

I start to cry.

When the teacher says you are stupid!

I say Im clever!

When the teacher says always!

I say never!

When the teacher says Stand!

I always sit.

Whatever the teacher says,

I do the opposite.


Say more opposites:


Im hot Im yellow She is happy

Im (cold) Im (green) He is (sad)

Im small This is short This is good

Im (tall) This is (long) This is(bad).

Im dirty This is right

Im (clean) This is (wrong)


Around the City

Warming up:

Stop, look, listen before you cross the street.

Use your eyes, use your ears and then use your feet.

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use your eyes = look

use your ears = listen

use your feet = go.

Look, listen and then go!


Stop says the red light,

Go says the green.

Wait says the yellow one

Winking in between.

* * *

The yellow says Wait!

The red says Stop!

The green says Go!

Now do so!



The city yawns

And rubs its eyes,

Like baking bread

Begins to rise

Frank Asch

Who is the oldest/youngest?

Tom is older than Ben.

Kim is younger than Mag.

Mag is older than Nick.

Nick is younger than Rim.

Tom isnt older than Mag.

Nick isnt younger than Rim.

Now answer the questions:

Who is the oldest?

Who is the youngest?


Rhyme joke:

The more we study, the more we know.

The more we know, the more we forget,

The more we forget the less we know.

Why study?

At Your Service


Time A Clock

Hickory, dickory dock! What does the clock in the hall say?

The mouse ran up the clock Tick-tock, tick-tock.

The clock struck one What does the clock on the wall say?

The mouse ran down Tick-tock, tick-tock.

Hickory, dickory dock! What do all watches say?

Tick-tock, tick-tock.


A Watch A Clock

Round as a biscuit; Tick-tock, tick-tock.

Busy as a bee; Says the clock.

Prettiest little thing Tick-tock, tick-tock

You ever did see. Get up, Vladik.





Past Simple Tense

What did You Do?

When I was one When I was five

It wasnt much fun. I played with sticks.

What did you do What did you do

When you were two? When you were six?

When I was two When I was six

I learned to ski. It was really heaven.

What did you do What did you do

When you were three? When you were seven?

When I was three When I was seven

I was a bore. I learned to skate.

What did you do What did you do

When you were four? When you were eight?

When I was four When I was eight

I learned to drive. It was really great.

What did you do But when I was one

When you were five? It wasnt much fun.


My Dog

I had a dog and his name was Dandy,

His tail was long and his legs were bandy,

His eyes were brown and his coat was sandy,

The best in the world was my dog Dandy.


Jack and Jill

Jack and Jill went up to hill,

To fetch a pail of water;

Jack fell down and broke his crown,

And Jill came tumbling after.

Then up Jack got, and home did trot,

As fast as he could caper;

He went to bed to mend his head,

With vinegar and brown paper.


(Listen to the poem and write down the missing forms of the irregular verbs)

Are you ready to listen to me, Freddie?

I know at last irregular verbs in Past:

Went and sent, cut and shut, sawand wore, had and sat,

Brought and caught, fought and taught,

Costand lost, blew and flew, grewand drew.



Saturday Morning

(Listen to the song and write down the irregular /regular verbs in two columns)

First I called my mother

We talked for an hour.

Then I played tennis,

Went home and took a shower.

I went to the kitchen, made a cup of tea,

Took out my English book

And studied carefully,

I finishedall my homework

Without a mistake,

Then I decided

To take a little break,

I sat down for a minute

To watch TV

Fellasleep and woke upat three.

Warming up: She wanted to play the piano

But her hands couldnt reach the keys

When her hands could finally reach the keys,

Her feet couldnt reach the floor

When her hands could finally reach the keys

And her feet couldfinally reach the floor

She didnt want to play that old piano any more.

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Who Am I?

Im the river. Im the sea.

Im you, and you are me.

Im the flower, Im the

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