TIE, gr 6, Support by Kylie

TIE, gr 6, Support by Kylie

Take it Easy, Gr 6.

Support Material by Kylie van Dam

 

Unit 2: Shopping

Vocab TiE group 6 unit 2

 

 

The Supermarket Song

Kylie van Dam

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I’m going to the supermarket,

What can I buy?

I’ve got banknotes and change,

And an eye on the price.

A shopping list,

And a shopping trolley,

And a hungry hungry tummy….

I’ll get to the check out and I’ll have to pay.

Pounds and pence will fly away.

It all smells delicious to me today…

Shopping when you’re hungry isn’t funny!

 

Now let’s see,

I’d like some…

Vegetables.

Broccoli and carrots.

Some fruit.

Peaches and strawberries,

Fish, meat and

Sweets.

I went to the supermarket,

What did I buy?

I had banknotes and change,

And an eye on the price.

A shopping list,

And a shopping trolley,

And a hungry hungry tummy….

I got to the check-out and I had to pay.

Pounds and pence they flew away.

It all smells delicious to me today…

Shopping when you’re hungry isn’t…

Shopping when you’re hungry isn’t…

Shopping when you’re hungry…

isn’t funny!!!!!!!

 

 

Words to look out for…

 

Buy: to exchange money for something.

Bye: to say goodbye.

 

Price: the cost of something.

A person can ‘have an eye on the price’ when they are monitoring how much something costs and if that price changes at all.

If it goes down, maybe they’ll buy it.

Prize: the reward for winning/achieving something, usually at the end of a competition.

A person can have ‘an eye on the prize’ when they are competing for something (e.g. at The Olympics)

or working towards something that is important to them

(e.g. getting good enough grades at school so that they can go to the high-school they want in the future).

 

Change: when shopping, change can be two things.

It is the collective name for all the coins you have (not notes)

e.g.Mum: ‘How much change do you have?’

Child: ‘I have £6.75 in change (coins)’.

Mum: ‘Great. So with the notes too you have £16.75 all together. You can get a lot of sweets for that!’

Or it is the money given back to you when you buy something,

but need to give more money that it costs, because you don’t have the exact amount.

e.g. Cashier: ‘That comes to £22.75’

Customer: ‘Here’s £25’

Cashier: ‘Thanks. That’s £2.25 change. Bye bye’

 

English shopping list

English shopping list 2nd half

 

Role play shopping vocab list

Here’s how to draw the pound sign.

You need to practice, otherwise your hand will draw your own currency sign

without you even knowing it!

 

 

 

Unit 3: Just in Time

Vocab list TIE 6 unit 3

 

 

 

 

 

Once a Week

Kylie van Dam

2021

 

Once a week

There is a day

That is

‘Today’.

Not tomorrow.

Not yesterday.

 

Last week,

Now let me think,

I’m sure there was a

‘Today’

Too.

 

 

The Lazy Head Who Bumped Her head on the

Sleeper Train to Italy.

Kylie van Dam

2021

 

Once I caught the sleeper train to Italy.

Early in the morning the guard rushed in and said

‘Wake up!

Get up!’

I banged my head.

‘You need to rush rush rush.

Get out of bed!’

Oh no!

My Gran always said I was lazy.

 

 

Write it down!

Kylie van Dam

2021

 

If I had a diary,

I’d remember what to do.

Or maybe a calendar on the wall.

I never remember things.

Do you?