Mr. McManus and Ms. Crowe

01-June-20

Colours, Shapes and Opposites

Hello everyone,

We hope you and your family are well and have been enjoying the beautiful weather. Here is some work to help practise your English at home. If you have any questions, please contact us on the emails provided below.

Take care,

Ms. Crowe and Mr. McManus.

Emails:
Ms.crowe.qoa@hotmail.com
Mr.mcmanusqoa@gmail.com

Complete the following fun quizzes.

https://b.socrative.com/login/student/

Enter room name MCMANUS7426

Enter your name

Then take the quiz and have fun 😊

Colours shapes and opposites

Understanding

Listening

· Can identify basic colours, shapes and opposites.

· Can find basic colours, shapes and opposites in their house.

· Can point to objects in the room on the basis of description by colour or shape.

Reading

Can recognise and understand the words for basic colours.

Can recognise and understand the words for basic shapes.

Speaking

Spoken interaction

· Can answer basic questions about the colours he/she likes best.

· Can answer basic questions about the colours of the clothes he/she is wearing.

Spoken production

· Can name basic colours and shapes.

Writing: (if age appropriate):

Can copy or write the words for basic colours and shapes

Red, blue, green, yellow, orange, white, black etc.

Circle, square, triangle, rectangle, cylinder, sphere, cube, cuboid etc.

Big/ small, hot/cold, thin/fat, wide/ narrow etc.

My favourite colour is …

My skirt is pink, my shoes are black etc.

Train, bus, car, bicycle, plane etc.

The bus/ car etc. was big/ small/ red/ blue etc.

Maths – Shape and space

Science – light – colour

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Wedgewood,
Dublin 16,
Co. Dublin,

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