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Learning Sheets
Primary 1

Name: _________________ ( )

Class: Primary 1 ___________ Parent’s signature: ____________

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Unit 8 – Walking Through The Jungle
Notes

1. Vocabulary

crocodile, elephant, lion, monkey, snake, tiger, jungle, noise, hear,

creeping, tea, through.

2. Grammar

A. Indefinite articles ‘a’ and ‘an’

(Refer to Basic English Grammar pg 84)

The words ‘a’ and ‘an’ are called indefinite articles. You can use them

with singular countable nouns to talk about any single person or thing.

We use ‘a’ for singular countable nouns beginning with a consonant.

We use ‘an’ for singular countable nouns beginning with a vowel.

Vowels are : a, e, i, o and u.

Consonants are : b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y and z.

Examples :

1. This is a picture of an elephant.

2. Rudy is reading a book.

3. Mum bought me a new dress today.

4. You will need an umbrella when you go out.

5. She eats an apple a day.

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B. Interrogative Pronouns

The words, who, whom, whose, what and which are called

interrogative pronouns.

You use these pronouns to ask questions.

( Refer to Basic English Grammar pg 56 )

Interrogative Pronoun Purpose


Who to ask for a person
Whom to ask for a person
Whose to ask something that belongs to a person
What to ask for information about something you do

not know
Which when there are two or more possible answers

or choices

Whom is used in formal or written English instead of ‘who’ when it is the

object of a verb or preposition.

Examples:

1. Who invented the computer?

2. Who are those people?

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3.Whom are you playing with?

4. Whom is he talking to?

5.Which of these bags is yours?

6. Which do you prefer?

7. Whose umbrella is this ?

8. Whose gloves are these ?

9. What is your dog’s name?

10. What are you yelling for?

3. Phonemic Awareness

• Beginning sounds: ch, sn, wh

Examples:

Sounds beginning with ch: chair, chalk, chick, children

Sounds beginning with sn: snake, snail, snap, snarl.

Sounds beginning with wh: whale, wheel, what, white

Song for Tuning In

(Tune: Ten Little Indians)

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Walking through the jungle,

What do you see?

Can you hear a noise?

What could it be?

Through here! Over there!

A snake is looking for his tea.

Walking through the jungle,

What do you see?

Can you hear a noise ?

What could it be?

A crocodile is looking for his tea.

Hope it isn’t me.

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Learning Sheet (1)
Vocabulary

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Name: _________________ ( ) Date: ________

Class: Primary 1___________

Where can you find these animals?


Write the names of the animals in the boxes. Cut and paste them
in the picture on the next page. Paste the animals where you can
find them.

--------------------------- CUT HERE -----------------------

C _________ T __________
M __________

S __________ L __________
E __________

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Learning Sheet (1)
Vocabulary

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Learning Sheet (2)
Vocabulary

Name: _____________________( ) Date: ________


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Class: Primary1 __________

Look at the pictures and fill in the blanks with suitable words.

1. This is an _______________.
It is very big.
It has a long nose called a
_______________.

2. This is a _______________.
A monkey __________ from
tree to tree.
It likes to eat _____________.

3. This is a ________________.
It looks like a big ___________.
The male has a _____________.

4. This is a _________________.
It has a _____________ body.
It has no _______________.

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Learning Sheet (3)
Listening Comprehension

Name:____________________( ) Date: __________


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Class: Primary 1 __________

Circle the right beginning sound.

wh dw sh

sp sn sl

sn sl sp

ch cr cl

cr cl ch

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Learning Sheet (4)
Grammar
(Indefinite articles ‘a’ and ‘an’)

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Name_________________( ) Date: _________________

Class: Primary1 ________

Sam is writing about his visit to the zoo.

Fill in the blanks with a or an.

There is (1) _____ zoo near my home. Last Sunday, my parents took

me and (2) _____ friend of mine to the zoo. It was (3) _____ fine day

but my mother carried (4) _____ umbrella. She was afraid of the sun. At

the zoo we saw many animals. (5) _____ monkey was chattering loudly at

the people. Nearby, there was (6) _____ elephant. The zoo keeper was

bathing it. Then, we heard (7) _____ hissing sound. It was (8) _____

snake! We saw it gliding into (9) _____ hole. As the day was getting hot

we stopped at (10) _____ café. I asked for (11) _____ ice cream. My

friend had (12) _____ glass of juice. Mother ate (13) _____ apple and

Father drank his tea.Then, we took (14) _____ taxi home.

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Learning Sheet (5)
Grammar

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( Interrogative Pronouns ‘who’, ‘whom’, ‘whose’, ‘what’ and ‘which’ )

Name: ___________________ ( ) Date: _________

Class: Primary 1 ___________

Fill in the blanks with who, which, what, whom, whose.

1. ________ is the matter with you?

2. ________ invented the computer?

3. ________ of the twins is older?

4. ________ do you wish to speak to?

5. ________ thermometers are these ?

6. ________ knows the answer?

7. _________ came first, the chicken or the egg?

8. _________ would you like to drink?

9. _________ bag is this?

10. _________ is he talking to ?

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Learning Sheet (6)
Grammar
( Question word ‘What’ )
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Name: ___________________ ( ) Date: _________

Class: Primary 1 ___________

Complete the conversation with suitable questions.


Use: What do you ……? or What could it be?

Example:
1. Mary: Listen, there is a funny sound coming from the box.

Jim: What do you hear?

Mary: Let’s open it and find out.

Jim: What could it be?

Mary: I see a clock.

2. Ming Hua: Hey, look over there! Something is hiding in the bush.

Ali:______________________________________________.

Ming Hua: I’ll go over there and take a look.

Ali:______________________________________________.

Ming Hua: I see a kitten.

3. Peter: I always go to the beach on Sundays.

Ahmad: __________________________________________.

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Peter: I swim or lie on the beach.

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Learning Sheet (7)
Reading Comprehension

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Name: ___________________ ( ) Date: _________

Class: Primary 1 ___________

Read the story carefully and answer the questions.

One evening, a mynah saw a piece of meat on the ground. She


picked it up with her beak and flew up to a tree.

Along came a hungry fox. He was looking for food. He saw the
piece of meat in the mynah’s mouth. He wanted it for himself. He
thought of a plan.

The fox went towards the mynah, stood under the tree and
praised her for having a sweet voice. The mynah was very happy and
started to sing. The meat dropped to the ground. The fox jumped on
the meat and gobbled it up.

“Thank you for the meat,” said the fox with a sly smile. The
mynah knew that she had been tricked.

Adapted from Aesop’s Fables

1. Where did the mynah find the piece of meat?

She found it _________________________________________.

*2. What is a mynah?

It is a ____________________________________________.

3. Why did the fox praise the mynah?

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The fox wanted the mynah to ___________________________

_________________________________________________.

4. Which word in the passage has the same meaning as ‘ate quickly’?

The word is ‘________________________________________’.

5. How did the mynah know that she had been tricked?

The fox thanked ____________________________________

_________________________________________________.

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Learning Sheet 8

Journal Writing

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Name: _____________________ Date: ____________

Class: Pri 1 ___________________

Write four to six sentences about your favourite animal.

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Learning Sheet 9 - A Day at the Zoo
Name: ______________ Class:Pri 1 _______

Setting: Where and Characters: Who?


When?

Body: What happened in the story?

Ending: How was the problem solved?


What happened in the end?

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