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  • 1. English Learner’s Material Department of Education Republic of the Philippines This book belongs to: Name:____________________________________________________ Grade and Section: ___________________________________ School: ___________________________________________________ 2 This instructional material was collaboratively developed andreviewedbyeducatorsfrompublicandprivateschools, colleges, and/or universities. We encourage teachers and other education stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and recommendations to the Department of Education at action@deped.gov.ph. We value your feedback and recommendations. Unit 2
  • 2. ii English – Grade 2 Learner’s Material First Edition, 2013 ISBN: 978-971-9990-82-6 Republic Act 8293, section 176 indicates that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties. Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective copyright holders. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them. Published by the Department of Education and UnionBank of the Philippines DepEd Secretary: UnionBank Chairman/CEO: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC Justo A. Ortiz DepEd Undersecretary: UnionBank President: Yolanda S. Quijano, Ph.D. Victor B. Valdepeñas DepEd Assistant Secretary: UnionBank Executive Director: Elena R. Ruiz Maria Gonzalez-Goolsby Developmental Team of the Learner’s Material Chairman: Luz S. Almeda, Ph.D. Assistant Chairman: Rizalino Jose T. Rosales Team Leader: Victoria R. Mayo Writers: Myrna J. Hipolito, Magdalena S. Rosopa, Porfiria B. Santos, Marimel Jane H. Polita, Elisa O. Cerveza, Rose Ann B. Pamintuan, Nerissa R. Lomeda, and Amcy M. Esteban Contributors: Leah N. Bautista, Ana Lou N. Caspi, Ivy M. Romano and Praxedes F. Mendoza Editors: Victoria R. Mayo and Violeta M. Gonzales Consultant: Norma A. Adamos, Ph.D. Encoders: Eduardo A. Abutal and Christianne C. Quemado Illustrator: Jose Miguel T. Tejido Layout Artist: Ernanie S. Gonzales Printed in the Philippines Department of Education–Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (DepEd-IMCS) Office Address: 2nd Floor Dorm G, PSC Complex Meralco Avenue, Pasig City Philippines 1600 Telefax: (02) 634-1054 or 634-1072 E-mail Address: imcsetd@yahoo.com
  • 3. iii The gift of learning is made possible only through the hard work, dedication, and commitment of individuals who, over the last few years, have participated, in one way or another, to create this worthwhile project. The Department of Education and UnionBank of the Philippines extend their heartfelt gratitude for their participation in this undertaking. UnionBank Learning System Credits Conceived, Produced and Published by: Maria Gonzalez-Goolsby Written by: Adalia D. Soriano Illustrations and Activity Pages by: Jose Miguel T. Tejido Layout by: Ernanie S. Gonzales Copy Editing by: Nancy Pe-Rodrigo Almario, Ani Rosa Almeda, Luz S. Arce, Joseling L. Asprer, Merlie J. Baltazar, Teresita D. Barro, Mary Margaret M. Batalla, Sally G. Belena, John M. Borgonia, Recaredo G. Bragado, Rosebie J. Dimaano, Marilyn D. Domalanta, Teresita G. Dulangon, Carmelita T. Estigoy, Susana Teresa B. Evaristo, Ma. Luz F. Francisco S.J., Fr. Manoling Hael, Elizabeth H. Hidalgo, Fe A. Hipolito, Myrna J. Ilagan, Cesar G. Lapus, Jesli A. Lastimoza, Zeny B. Lee, Marcy D. Magtibay, Januel M. Magtibay, Maria Elena A. Mayo, Victoria R. Muyot, Alberto T. Ng, Therese Niega, Josephine C. Acknowledgment Novido, Dolores G. Pado, Felicitas E. Pilor, Socorro A. Quemado, Christianne C. Quijano, Yolanda S. Reyes, Lourdes C. Reyes, Neil Rosales, Rizalino Jose T. Ruivivar, Ilene R. Ruiz, Elena R. Ruiz, Jean Marie E. Salvaña, Josefina Atienza Santos, Daisy O. Soto, Cornelia C. Tang, Elizabeth C. Tay, Dexter A. Teves, Gerard Jude F. Tirado, Kenneth C. Tolentino, Maria Teresa A. Torrevillas, Zonito Valarao, Carlos V. Valencia, Joven M. Varela, Francisco M. Vidanes, Hector A. Villanueva, Roberto P. Villanueva, Victor A. Villaruel, Othello T. Vispo, Marilou G.
  • 4. iv FOREWORD I n our quest to make a difference in our community, we are guided by Magis – the relentless drive to look for something more in every opportunity with a heroic attitude and to engage our ideas, talents, and energies on endeavors that may at first seem undistinguished, but are in fact required. For us at UnionBank, this means a corporate philanthropy and social responsibility agenda that can best leverage our resources and capabilities to develop our nation and our people. For us, this means taking the less travelled path of values formation. It is thus that we have endeavored to focus on youth development and to align our values formation efforts with the public school curriculum. Through the UnionBank Learning System, we have succeeded in developing learning materials that are designed to integrate values formation – in particular, the time-honored values enshrined in the Philippine Constitution – with the crucial area of reading. Knowing fully that reading is a survival skill – if you cannot read, you cannot learn – our learning system endeavors to help produce independent readers among our young. Having launched the program in 2006, we have provided students’ workbooks to over 2.5 million pupils and teachers’ guides to 13,000 Grade 2 teachers in 5,200 public schools throughout the country. Over the years, we have received various awards and commendations for this philanthropic undertaking, as well as excellent impact evaluations that show proof of its immense worth to Philippine education. Now, through this partnership with the Department of Education, we are embarking on the institutionalization of the program in the public school system, with each and every Grade 2 pupil to be given a copy of this book – revised in accordance with the new basic education curriculum – beginning school year 2013-2014! For UnionBank, this marks the end of a long yet fruitful journey. With hope and confidence in the future, it is our joy and privilege to give this book – through this monumental partnership with the Department of Education – as a gift to the Filipino child. May it continue to serve as an effective learning tool, one that can help empower each Filipino child with the capabilities required by the emerging global village. And may it continue to inspire others to participate in the noble struggle for nation building and, to be reminded that “besides the earth, man’s principal resource is man himself,” for the transformation of each individual. JUSTO A. ORTIZ Chairman and CEO UnionBank of the Philippines
  • 5. INTRODUCTION THE JOURNEY T his book has been eight years in the making. As the culminating output of the flagship program in Corporate Philanthropy and Social Responsibility of UnionBank of the Philippines, the UnionBank Learning System (UBLS) is the embodiment of the bank’s corporate creed – To Make a Difference in the Community – realized through programs and projects that focus on the all- important area of values formation, like the UBLS. Launched on June 19, 2006, auspiciously the 145th birth anniversary of our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, the UBLS is the brainchild of UnionBank Chairman and CEO Justo A. Ortiz and UnionBank Corporate Philanthropy and Social Responsibility (CPSR) Executive Director Maria Gonzalez-Goolsby. Recognizing the importance of addressing the Millennium Development Goal of achieving universal primary education (MDG 2), and responding to the call for volunteerism and private sector participation in Philippine public education through the Adopt-A-School Program, UnionBank embarked on a journey to help Filipino children read, write, and speak English and, at the same time, learn to become good and productive Filipino citizens. The Foreword of the first UBLS book reads— We want to give the Filipino child the solidarity of love, a guiding moral compass, pride in our Filipino heritage, and the capability to participate in the equalizing global village. As pointed out by Ortiz, “At the end of the day, values formation becomes a very important foundation for the future, and that’s why more investment should be put into it.” In 2006, UnionBank commissioned Marcy Dans-Lee to write and illustrate the storybook As A Filipino, as conceptualized by Goolsby. Likewise, Dr. Felicitas E. Pado of the University of the Philippines was commissioned to write a self-instructional Teacher’s Handbook using the Four-Pronged Motivational Approach and a corresponding Student’s Workbook based on the storybook, while Ms. Lourdes Colina-Reyes, M.A., veteran teacher of De La Salle Zobel and author of a values formation book, was commissioned to write the Values Education component of the book series. The UnionBank “As a Filipino” Learning System: Developmental Reading Integrated with Values Education for Good Citizenship (As A Filipino) was born.
  • 6. vi Compliance with the learning competencies set by the Department of Education was a primary consideration in developing the entire UnionBank program. The As a Filipino book introduced pupils to the 16 values enshrined in the preamble of the Philippine Constitution – Faith in God, Unity, Patriotism, Work, Respect for Life, Respect for Law and Government, Truth, Justice, Freedom, Love, Equality, Peace, Promotion of the Common Good, Concern for Family and Future Generations, Concern for the Environment, and Order. In 2007, the program was launched in the National Capital Region (NCR), in coordination with then DepEd NCR Director Teresita G. Domalanta, where it was rolled out in all its public elementary schools that year. Recognizing the Filipino teacher’s noble mission and dual roles as mentor and model of the Filipino child, UnionBank paid tribute to all the 5,000 Grade 2 public schools teachers of NCR, who were also the first to use the As a Filipino books, through a massive teacher training event on October 24-25 at the Philippine International Convention Center that preceded the region-wide rollout. To validate the program’s effectiveness, UnionBank commissioned Dr. Cornelia C. Soto of the Ateneo de Manila University’s Ateneo Teacher Center (ATC), an acknowledged Assessment and Evaluation of Learning Expert, to conduct the 2007-2008 census study “The Impact of the UnionBank Learning System: Developmental Reading Integrated with Values Education for Good Citizenship As a Filipino on Pupil Achievement in the National Capital Region (NCR).” Based on the performance results of 200,000 Grade 2 pupils, the study concluded that there was a 41.59% increase in Reading Achievement. In assessing Values Knowledge and Feelings, a significant increase was also observed towards Love for Reading (p.=.002) and Behavior Towards Family (p.=.015) and School (p.=.008). It further stated that, in general, both quantitative and qualitative data indicated that the UBLS was substantially successful as a cognitive instrumental system. Its affective impact was also substantially beneficial to teachers and pupils, with the Observational, Interview, and Survey results showing the following: The principals (N=29) and teachers (N=168) selected from 450 schools felt that the UBLS’ goals and objectives of developing reading skills and values integration were achieved. Both respondents gave the UBLS a high rating (principals’ mean = 4.38, teachers’ mean = 4.32 on scale of 1-5). They believed the UBLS was relevant, useful, and helpful to both teachers and pupils. They found the content logical and well organized, with values properly integrated and applicable to the pupils’ daily life at home and in school, and correlated with other subjects such as Filipino, Makabayan, and Character Education. Under the continuing conceptualization, direction, and management of UnionBank CPSR head Goolsby, with CPSR officers Ilene R. Ruivivar and Mary Margaret M. Barro, the program evolved in 2008 into the UnionBank Learning
  • 7. vii System: Development Reading Integrated with Values Education for Good Citizenship, an integrated program for teaching Literacy, English Proficiency, and Values Education for pupils in the primary grade level. The five editions of the UBLS were written by Adalia D. Soriano, a highly regarded Language Arts specialist with three masters degrees (General Education, Elementary School Administration, and Language Teaching) and 35 years of teaching experience at the elementary level. Jose Miguel “Jomike” T. Tejido, architect, artist, and author of children’s books, magazines, and comics, enlivened the workbook with his illustrations and activity pages, engaging the pupils and motivating them to interact with the text. Composed of a Student’s WorkText for every pupil, a Teacher’s Edition of the WorkText for every teacher, a Teacher Training Video, and the As a Filipino Audio CD for every school, the UBLS Program was used 90 minutes daily for 32 weeks in participating public elementary schools. Since its launch in 2007, the UBLS has benefited over 2.5 million primary public school pupils and 13,000 teachers in 5,200 public elementary schools nationwide. Covering the main regions of NCR, Region VII (Central Visayas), and Region XI (Davao), the Divisions of Sarangani, Tawi-Tawi, Isabela City and Lamitan City, and the Districts of Maluso and Tipo-Tipo, Basilan and San Isidro, Nueva Ecija, the UBLS was effectively a nationwide program. Coverage expanded in school year 2008-2009 to the Visayas and Mindanao, and ATC’s Soto did a study in these areas using the same evaluation protocol used in 2007-2008. Despite difficult logistics that allowed complete data gathering in only a few schools, the study showed encouraging results. In Metro Cebu, for instance, the sample of 2 schools, 9 teachers, and 466 pupils indicated a 16.54% increase in pupils’ reading achievement. In the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao, the sample of 29 schools, 36 teachers, and 1,786 pupils yielded an increase of 34.03%. In school year 2011-2012, then DepEd NCR Director Elena R. Ruiz initiated a DepEd Impact Study, again independently conducted by the Ateneo Teacher Center. This was administered by ATC’s Soto in collaboration with DepEd NCR Education Supervisor Victoria R. Mayo. The study focused on the rich source of data from Grade 2 NCR teachers (N=1592) evaluation of the UBLS Student’s WorkText and Student’s WorkText Teacher’s Edition. The “Teacher Evaluation of the UnionBank Learning System: Developmental Reading Integrated with Values Education for Good Citizenship A Content Analysis” Study showed the value of the UBLS to both pupils and teachers. The teachers’ evaluation of the UBLS resource materials was overwhelmingly positive in terms of general impact, characteristics, and content and that these
  • 8. viii materials were “useful and helpful because of their development of cognitive competencies such as the integrated skills of reading, writing, listening, and speaking, values education and integration, and their development of psychomotor skills and the arts.” Teachers felt that the focus on values education and integration was quite significant since pupils were exposed to “poems, stories, and activities which contain values and virtues that are essential for children to become good persons, [and which are] essential in strengthening and fortifying their character.” Teachers thought that the inclusion of non-language arts skills and content such as art activities, puzzles, and games “challenged the pupils to think, to question, and to be more creative and imaginative.” The activities “help increase their motivation” and made them “more participative and attentive.” The UBLS was given credit by teachers for the perceived change in attitude and behavior of pupils: they were more attentive, participative, independent, critical, imaginative, and creative. Similarly, teachers expressed that they learned new strategies and techniques, by using the new instructional materials. They also became more creative, resourceful, patient, and imaginative. The Bureau of Elementary Education (BEE) under Director Marilyn D. Dimaano, also conducted an evaluation of the UBLS in 2012, which showed that the UBLS student’s workbook “designed to strengthen literacy skills and instill values, is a complete package that will be of great help to both the teachers and the pupils. Thus, it is highly recommended for use in Grade 2.” It should be noted that the UBLS has earned several awards of distinction for UnionBank, including the Anvil Award for Excellence in Education (2008), the Anvil Award for Excellence in Responsible Citizenship (2008), the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) Special Award for Best in Education (2009), and Finance Asia Top Ten Companies in Asia for CSR (2010). With the onset of the new basic education curriculum, the Department of Education saw the value of capitalizing on the strengths of the UBLS. “The UnionBank Learning System has been a great help to all our pupils and teachers for the past five years,” wrote DepEd-NCR Director Luz S. Almeda in her October 23, 2012 request to UnionBank to allow the DepEd Learning Resource Writing Team (LRWT) to use materials from the UBLS for the new DepEd Learner’s Material (LM) and Teacher’s Guide (TG). “This is an opportunity for the UBLS seeds to grow and bear more fruits as they will be sown in all parts of the country,” Almeda added. “It is high time that [UnionBank’s] advocacy on reading and good citizenship spread throughout the land.”
  • 9. ix Having been granted permission by UnionBank through CPSR head Goolsby, Almeda requested clearance from Ruiz, who by then had been promoted to the position of DepEd Assistant Secretary for Programs and Projects, to use the UBLS in the development of the LM and TG for Grade 2 English. The matter was eventually elevated to then DepEd Undersecretary for Programs and Projects Yolanda S. Quijano, and after several meetings with UnionBank’s Goolsby and other DepEd officials, among them Undersecretary for Finance and Administration Francisco M. Varela, Undersecretary for Legal and Legislative Affairs Alberto T. Muyot, Instructional Materials Council Secretariat Director Socorro A. Pilor, Adopt-A-School Program Operations Manager Merlie J. Asprer, BEE’s Dimaano, and NCR’s Almeda and Mayo (the latter serving as team leader of the DepEd-NCR LRWT), the integration of the UBLS in DepEd’s Grade 2 English LM and TG and its institutionalization in the public school curriculum was assured. At this point, the final chapter of UnionBank’s journey with the UBLS was already near at hand. With DepEd formally “acknowledging and recognizing the proven usefulness and impact of the UBLS” in providing schools with literacy, English proficiency, and Values Education for character formation, and having “examined, checked, and cleared it for adoption and use” in the Grade 2 English LM and TG for all public elementary schools in the country, selected materials from the UBLS were used in combination with materials provided by DepEd, using the UBLS template, as developed by the DepEd-NCR LRWT. In completing its journey with the UBLS, UnionBank agreed to assign to DepEd its rights and interests and allow its use and adoption in the public school system. Thus, on February 6, 2013 a Memorandum of Agreement was signed by Education Secretary Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC and UnionBank Chairman/CEO Justo A. Ortiz to formalize the turnover of the UBLS to the Department of Education. Under this agreement, UnionBank granted DepEd, at no cost, permission to adopt, integrate, and use in the Grade 2 English LM and TG selected exercises and materials from the UBLS. UnionBank also gave DepEd the right to use all components of the learning system – Student’s WorkText, Student’s WorkText Teacher’s Edition, Teacher Training Video, As a Filipino Audio CD, and Corporate Philanthropy and Social Responsibility (CPSR) Audio-Visual Presentation – free of charge. These LMs will be disposable, on a 1:1 ratio for all Grade 2 public school pupils nationwide, with every child entitled to bring home the LM at the end of the
  • 10. school year. The TG, however, will be reusable, on a 1:1 ratio, for Grade 2 English public school teachers nationwide. The Grade 2 English LM will be printed by DepEd in time for school year 2013-2014 and then every year thereafter. Under this agreement, UnionBank and DepEd are copyright co-owners of the Grade 2 English Learner’s Material. According to Secretary Luistro, “The LM is like a student’s worktext which every pupil can study, answer and write on, and bring home as their own.” In the coming school year, it will be given to all 2.5 million Grade 2 pupils in public elementary schools nationwide. “This particular engagement comes at a very important segment in our journey towards reforms,” Luistro explains. “We are thankful to UnionBank for the learning system that will enable us to integrate and use the Learning Materials and Teachers Guides in the context of K to 12.” On behalf of UnionBank, Ortiz notes – “We are happy to join DepEd in this historic, enabling, and noble project – a book for every child – for the benefit of all the 2.5 million Grade 2 pupils and the 60,000 Grade 2 teachers nationwide. We share [DepEd’s] vision of creating a better Philippines through the commitment of a better educational system.” This is UnionBank’s Gift to the Filipino Child. And now, through this partnership with the Department of Education and this book collaboration, it is for all Filipino children to own, learn from, and enjoy. CARLOS V. VALARAO March 13, 2013
  • 11. xi CONTENTS Foreword  .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iv Introduction  ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v   UNIT  2  –  My  Home,  My  Family  .......................................................................................................................................................................121 Lesson  1:     Oops!  It’s  My  Turn  *  ....................................................................................................................................................................................................122 Lesson  2:     We  Do  Things  Together  .................................................................................................................................................................................126 Lesson  3:     This  Is  Home  ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................127 Lesson  4:     Having  Fun  Together  ...............................................................................................................................................................................................129 Lesson  5:     I  Am  Part  of  a  Family  ...............................................................................................................................................................................................131 Lesson  6:     Together  as  One  ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................133 Lesson  7:     Keep  Things  Tidy    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................137 Lesson  8:     I  Have  a  Cool  Family  ...................................................................................................................................................................................................139 Lesson  9:     More  Fun  at  the  Camp  ........................................................................................................................................................................................142 Lesson  10:  Meet  My  Family  ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................145 Lesson  11:  Wake  Up!  Wake  Up!  ......................................................................................................................................................................................................146 Lesson  12:  Talking  about  Action  Words  .......................................................................................................................................................149 Lesson  13:  Time  Attack  ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................152 Lesson  14:  I  See  Doubles  ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................154 Lesson  15:  Making  Stories  on  Our  Own.........................................................................................................................................................156   ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................160 Lesson  17:  What  We  Did  ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................164 Lesson  18:  I  Can  Help.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................166 Lesson  19:  It’s  Time  for  Bed  ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................170 Lesson  20:  We  Do  Many  Things  at  Home  .................................................................................................................................................173 Lesson  21:  We  Are  Filipinos  *  ................................................................................................................................................................................................................175 Lesson  22:  Words  with  the  Same  Beginning  and  Ending  Sound  *  .........179 Lesson  23:  Rhyming  Words  ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................181 Lesson  24:  Let’s  Switch  Places  ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................183  
  • 12. xii   Lesson  25:  Phoneme  Manipulation     (Substitution  of  Final  Sound)   ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................201  .....................................................................................................................................204 Lesson  30:  What’s  the  Word?  .................................................................................................................................................................................................................206 Lesson  31:  The  Little  Sampaguita  Girl  ................................................................................................................................................................208 Lesson  32:  The  Little  Sampaguita  Girl  Part  2  ..........................................................................................................................214   Lesson  33:  Summer  Is  Fun  ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................218 Lesson  34:  Graph  It  Out.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................222 Lesson  35:  Stop,  Look,  and  Listen!  .....................................................................................................................................................................................227 Lesson  36:  I  Am  Talented........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................228 Lesson  37:  Listen.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................230 Lesson  38:  Speak  Up!  ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................233 Lesson  39:  Story  of  Me  ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................236 Lesson  40:  Water,  Water,  Everywhere!  ..............................................................................................................................................................239   ................................................................................................................................................187 Lesson  26:  Wonderworks  1  *  ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................190 Lesson  27:  Wonderworks  2  *  ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................196 Lesson  28:  Grouping  Together   *  Activities  and  Exercises  adopted  from  the  UnionBank  Learning  System  Student’s   WorkText  (2012)  and  revised  by  DepEd  National  Capital  Region  –  Learning   Resource  Writing  Team
  • 13. 121 UNIT 2 My Home, My Family In this unit, experience love, care, and living with a family. A home is where one begins to feel comfortable expressing oneself and learning how to become more independent. It is a place where one is free to do what he/she wants, to be loved unconditionally, and to be nourished not only physically, but also emotionally. It is a place where dreams begin.
  • 14. 122 UNIT 2 My Home, My Family Lesson 1: Oops! It’s My Turn Let’s Try I. Read each word. Notice the sound of the underlined vowel. Cross out the word that does not belong. 1. lake bake take pant 2. cage palm cape cane 3. lick pick bite sick 4. mine rice nice seat 5. beg meek seed feel II. Read the story. Answer the questions that follow. A Visit to Lola We visit Lola’s house on Sundays. We go to a picnic after lunch time. We eat together on a table covered with banana leaves. Lola tells us funny stories. When it’s night time, we come home and get almost ready for Mondays. 1. When do we visit Lola? ________________________ 2. Where do we go after lunch? _________________ 3. Where do we eat during picnics? _____________ 4. What stories does Lola tell us? _________________ 5. Is the visit to Lola enjoyable? __________________
  • 15. 123 Let’s Aim Read along with the teacher. Oops! It’s My Turn An excerpt by Dali Soriano It was Sunday after breakfast. Papa was reading the newspaper when Mama said, “Papa, please check out the movie guide. Let’s watch a movie with the children.” “Yipee!” my sister and I shouted. Mama said, “You’ve been good this week. We will give you a treat.” At the cinema, Papa went to line up while we waited at the side. When it was Papa’s turn to buy the tickets, a teenager broke into the line and went right in front of Papa.
  • 16. 124 “Oops, it’s my turn. You just came. Please go to the end of the line,” Papa told him. “But I’m in a hurry,” answered the teenager. “I’m sorry but these people in line came before you,” explained Papa. The teenager’s face turned red. He went to the end of the line. Papa bought three tickets and we went into the cinema. “Why did you not let the teenager go first, Papa?” I asked. “It was not fair to all those who waited. We must always remember to stay in line and wait for our turn,” he answered. “Yes, Papa. We will always remember,” I replied. Let’s Answer 1. What treat did Mama and Papa give their children? 2. Who cut in line to get ahead? 3. Did something like this story happen to you? What did you do? Share your own story with the class. Remember This We should always wait for our turn so that there will be order.
  • 17. 125 I Can Do It Study the pictures. Put a star («) on the picture which shows correct order.
  • 18. 126 Lesson 2: We Do Things Together Get Set What other things does a family do together? ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ Let’s Aim Chant up! Your family are people You can depend When you get in trouble They shall defend They are the ones who understand Always willing to give a hand.
  • 19. 127 I Can Do It Fill in the thought bubble about your family. Doing _____________, ___________, ___________, and ______________, together as a family, makes me happy. Lesson 3: This Is Home Let’s Aim Read. Anton’s Spider Lesson By Leah N. Bautista Anton loves to play with spiders. He wants to catch one to play with his sister, Ericka. One Saturday morning, while Ericka was playing in the garden, she saw a spider spinning its web. She stayed there until the spider finished its web. Ericka was so amazed when she saw how the spider laid its eggs in the spider egg sac. Suddenly, Anton tried to catch the spider. Ericka stopped him. “Do you know, Kuya, that spiders spend a long time spinning their web? The mother spider made it for her eggs and for her food,” Ericka said seriously.
  • 20. 128 “They are like our parents. They make our home,” Ericka added. Anton learned the lesson from the spiders. Fill out the memory card below. Remember This Every story has characters, place, and events. The characters are the people in the story. The place is where the story happened. The events are the things that happened in the story. WHO: ________________________________ (Names of the characters) WHERE: ______________________________ (Place where the story happened) WHEN:________________________________ (Time when the story happened) WHAT: _______________________________ (Big event of the story)
  • 21. 129 I Can Do It The park was full of people. Tom looked worried. He looked around from his back. A little girl said, “Are you looking for your wallet, Sir? I found this under the chair.” “Thank you very much. You are an honest girl,” said Tom. Measure My Learning 1. What are the three elements of a story? A story has ________________, _________________, and ________________. 2. Why is it important to know these things? _____________________________________________. 3. If I know the elements of the story, I can, _____________________________________________. Lesson 4: Having Fun Together Get Set I. Read aloud. can – cane back – bake cap – cape tack – take Are they the same? Can you hear the difference?
  • 22. 130 II. Tell something about the picture. We Can Do It Pick out the words with long /ā/ sound. Write them down. Nate had a party at home. His friends came. Mother baked his cake. They had games. They played breaking the pot. They hit it with a cane. Nobody came late for the party. Everyone enjoyed it. _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ Remember This The long /ā/ sound is the sound you hear if you place a silent -e at the end of the word.
  • 23. 131 I Can Do It Look at the words. Circle the word with the long /ā/ sound. tap – tape mate – mat pan – pane fate – fat mad – made Lesson 5: I Am Part of a Family Get Set Fill out the family tree with names. Color it. Father ____________ Mother ____________ I _________ Sibling _________ Sibling _________
  • 24. 132 Dick, our pet, _______ the _______. Read the words. rid – ride bick – bike lick – like pin – pine Dick – dike Let’s Aim Read what the pictures say. Matthew _______ the _______. Mother _______ the shirt on a clothes _______. Remember This The long /i/ sound is the sound you hear if you place a silent -e at the end of the word.
  • 25. 133 I Can Do It Color the words with long /i/ sound yellow. pin pine bin like hid kit lick hide kite ride kit rid bite dim Mike dime Lesson 6: Together as One Let’s Try I. Give the word that will best complete each sentence. 1. Nilda uses a _________________ to clean the floor. 2. The water in the swimming ________________ is hot. 3. Joshua bought a __________________ of ice cream. 4. We buy our own _________________ from the market. (tool, spool, broom) (door, floor, pool) (scoop, spool, hook) (good, food, hood)
  • 26. 134 5. ________________ around the room. You will find it. II. Guess what will happen next. Write the letter of your answer. 1. Liza studies her lessons every day. She is happy to take her test. She finished her test on time. a. Liza passed her test. b. Liza failed her test. c. Liza dropped her test. 2. Janice brushes her teeth three times a day. She visits her dentist every year. a. She has to eat a lot of candies. b. She has healthy teeth and gums. c. She has tooth decay. 3. Leny arranged her things before going to school. She left her notebook on the table. Her teacher asked her to bring it. a. She felt happy. b. She felt angry. c. She felt shy. 4. Aida sweeps the yard every afternoon. She waters the plants every morning. a. Her garden is beautiful. b. Her garden looks dried up. c. Her garden failed. 5. Tessie brought a tray of eggs. She passed by a group of friends playing basketball. The ball hit the tray. a. The eggs were safe. b. The eggs were broken. c. The eggs were cooked. (Book, Look, Took)
  • 27. 135 Get Set Guess what the story is about. The Happy Ant Hill Folktale by Pat Nelson Retold by Leah N. Bautista Luis is a quiet little ant. He stays in his room most of the time. Bernie is the opposite of Luis. He likes to go around and make fun of other ants. They quarreled most of the time. One August morning, Father Ant called everybody. “The rainy season begins soon. We must find food together. If we work together, we can have enough food before the rain comes.” Alas, the boys were not listening. Bernie made fun of Luis. Luis went back to his room. So, Father Ant called them back. Father Ant showed them a bundle of twigs. He asked each ant to break the bundle. Each one tried but the bundle did not break. Then, he gave each one a piece of twig. The twig broke easily. Father Ant spoke, “See, my sons, this is what it means to work together as one. Work with
  • 28. 136 brotherly love and we will always have a happy ant hill.” Luis smiled at Bernie, and they understood Father Ant’s lesson. Remember This Unity is to work together with brotherly love. I Can Do It From the bundle of twigs below, color those twigs that show unity in the family. Gabriel helps his sister clean the yard. Dennis and Sheryl fight over a petty thing. Leo and Vien obey their parents. Marian respects her older brother’s idea.
  • 29. 137 Lesson 7: Keep Things Tidy Get Set What do you think will the children do? What do you think will happen to the seeds? We Can Do It A little frog saw a big fish. The proud frog shook his head. “I can be bigger than that fish,” said the little frog. He puffed himself with air… more air… puff… puff… more air. What do you think will happen to the proud little frog? Draw your answer in the box below.
  • 30. 138 I Can Do It Draw a line to connect the idea on the left to the picture that will most likely happen. 1. The sky is dark. 2. Ryan eats a lot. 3. The pupils study their lesson well. 4. The children keep their toys in proper places. Remember This Predicting outcomes is telling/guessing what will happen next in a story. You can make a guess by: 1. Looking for clues in the story. 2. Understanding events by the pictures.
  • 31. 139 Lesson 8: I Have a Cool Family Let’s Aim Read the story. Weekend Camp with Dad by Amcy M. Esteban Matt and Jay were in their bedroom packing for the weekend away with Dad. “Don’t forget to bring your swim suit, sunblock, beach ball, and fishing pole,” said Dad. “I’ll bring my goggles so I can see everything under the pool,” said Jay. Matt put his hooks inside the box. He wanted to fish near the brook. “I’m glad we can stay for two days in a resort. One week goes too fast!” “We will surely have a good time,” Dad said. Measure My Learning Encircle the letter that tells what will happen next. 1. Joel jumped out of bed and looked at the clock. “Oh! I’m late,” he said. He dressed up as fast as he could. Then he took his cap and basketball and went out of the house. a. Joel is late for the church. b. Joel was going to watch a baseball game. c. Joel was going to play basketball. 2. Dandy knew that they will have a quiz in Science the next day. But instead of reviewing, he watched TV until 12 midnight. a. Dandy forgot to turn off the TV. b. Dandy failed the Science test. c. Dandy invited his classmates to watch TV.
  • 32. 140 Answer the questions. 1. Why were Matt and Jay packing? ____________ 2. Where did Jay want to play? _________________ 3. What things did Matt put in his box? ___________ 4. Where would Matt go fishing? ________________ 5. What did Dad promise the two boys? _________ We Can Do It Listen. Then read with your teacher. food wood hood book nook hook stood look cook tool wool brook fool cool room spoon shook shoot troop scoop Remember This The /oo/ is the sound of /u/ in the words look, book, and good. It is sounded only once. It may be in the middle or at the end of a word. Example: book, zoo I Can Do It Read and draw. 1. The moon is round. 2. There is a pool in the yard. 3. I have two books.
  • 33. 141 Measure My Learning Guess What? Write your answer below. 1. I’m thinking of someone who works in the kitchen. _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ 2. It’s a part of the body connected to the leg. _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ 3. We learn from it. There are lots in the library. _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ 4. It comes from trees. We use it to make tables. _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ 5. The opposite of bad. _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ 4. The wind shook the trees. 5. My dad is a cook.
  • 34. 142 Lesson 9: More Fun at the Camp Get Set Have you tried hiking in the forests? Give another word that means the same with the following: forest damp More Fun at the Camp By Leah N. Bautista Mr. Bien Morales’ daughters have always been quiet. Matt’s dad invited them to join their next weekend camp at the forest. Anna and Ivy were glad to join Matt and Jay. That afternoon, when they reached the camp, they started to hike. They saw huge, old trees. They saw small birds and insects. They even followed a deer. Anna tripped on a broken branch. The grass was damp. She hurt her knee. Ivy got sad. “Don’t worry. It’s just a scratch,” Anna smiled. w m Let’s Aim
  • 35. 143 II. Answer the following questions: 1. Who invited Mr. Morales to join the camp? 2. Where did Morales family go for a camp? 3. What time did they arrive at the camp? 4. What happened to Anna while hiking? We Can Do It Give the synonym of the underlined word in the sentences. 1. Matt is glad to see you. Anna is happy you are here. _____________________ ____________________ 2. Once I saw a little bird. It has large beaks. _____________________ ____________________ 3. The trees in the The small birds fly park are tall. high. _____________________ ____________________ I. Color the following things that Anna and Ivy saw in the forest. bird trees butterfly turtle monkey shark deer
  • 36. 144 I Can Do It Encircle the words that have the same meaning. 1. pretty happy lovely sorry 2. many plenty few new 3. merry larger lively smaller 4. photo auto picture higher 5. neat clean slow fast Remember This Synonyms are words that have the same meaning. TINY and SMALL are words that have the same meaning. Tiny and small are synonyms. Measure My Learning Write a word that is a synonym of the underlined word. 1. The tree is huge. _____________________ 2. The night is quiet. ____________________ 3. The monkey got mad. ________________ 4. The trip to the camp will start at 7 a.m. _____________________________________ 5. There is a lovely bird on top of the tree. _____________________________________
  • 37. 145 Lesson 10: Meet My Family Let’s Aim Read the story. I want you to meet my parents. Lei’s Parents My father is a hardworking man. He has a strong body and a kind heart. He works at a farm mostly at daytime. He also takes a rest. He plays with us, sails a boat, and brings us to different places. He has a beautiful pair of eyes. This is my mother. My mother keeps our vegetable garden. She often prepares our food. She makes our home clean and tidy. She takes good care of us. I love my parents. They protect us from harm and danger. They keep us happy and well. We Can Do It Answer the following questions. Work with your seatmate. 1. What does father do at daytime? 2. What activities does he like to do with his children? 3. What does my mother do?
  • 38. 146 4. Why do you think the children love their parents? How do the action words end? Remember This A verb is a word that tells an action. It tells what someone or something does, did, or will do. I Can Do It Encircle the verbs from the words inside the box. catch bring ball egg day wash climb fly match laugh write flower away ten listen nectar 1. The duck ____________ in the pond. 2. Susan ____________ the piano yesterday. 3. Roy ____________ his name well. 4. Tommy ____________ a mango seed in a plot. 5. The cow ____________ grass. Lesson 11: Wake Up! Wake Up! Let’s Try I. Choose the verb in the box to complete the sentence. swims writes played eats planted
  • 39. 147 II. Write the letter/s that is/are added to the root word below. 1. worked ________ 4. helped ________ 2. plans ________ 5. changed ________ 3. stepped ________ Get Set What time do you go to bed? What time do you wake up in the morning? Why is it good to go to bed early? Let’s Aim Wake Up! Wake Up! By Porfiria Santos “Wake up, Ana! Wake up! It’s late,” said Mother. Ana opened her eyes. She saw Mother and Father. She said, “Good morning, Father. Good morning, Mother.” “Good morning, Ana!”, said Mother and Father. “You must get up now, it’s morning,” said Mother. But Ana did not like to get up yet. She said, “Oh Mother, must I get up now? I want to sleep more. I like to sleep and sleep.”
  • 40. 148 I Can Do It Draw the things that you can do to wake up early. Remember This Early to bed, early to rise Makes a child healthy, wealthy, and wise. Measure My Learning What lesson did you learn from the story? _________________________________________________ What should you do so you won’t wake up late? _________________________________________________ Complete this sentence: From now on, I will ___________________________, so I can _________________________. Father said, “Sleep is good for children.” “Good children go to bed early then get up early in the morning,” said Mother. Ana opened her eyes again and said, “I am a good girl, Mother. I am up early in the morning.” Then, Ana jumped out of bed. She stretched her arms as she made a long yawn.
  • 41. 149 Lesson 12: Talking about Action Words Get Set I. Can you tell what each one is doing? They help each other in doing household chores. 1. ________________ 2. ________________ 3. ________________ 4. ________________
  • 42. 150 II. Here are more pictures of children. Tell what each one is doing. 1. ________________ 2. ________________ 3. ________________ 4. ________________ 5. ________________
  • 43. 151 I Can Do It Box the action word in the sentence. 1. The family cleans the house together. 2. Father sweeps the yard. 3. Lito helps father in the yard. 4. Gina scrubs the floor. Remember This A verb is the action word in a sentence. It tells what someone or something does. Measure My Learning Underline the verb that will make the sentence complete. Father found a mango seed. He said, “I shall (plant, cook) this in the yard.” Lito said, “May I (go, help) you Father?” “Yes, go and (change, wash) your clothes.” Father (went, want) to change his clothes, too. Then, they went to the yard. They (watered, planted) the seed in the yard.
  • 44. 152 Lesson 13: Time Attack Get Set Anna Was Still Sleeping By Amcy M. Esteban (Let’s sing to the tune of Eensy-Weensy Spider) Anna was still sleeping when an ugly spider jumped. Down came the spider, and kissed Anna’s mouth. Out came the sun and startled Anna up. Now, the eensy-weensy spider runs quickly out the door. 1. When did the spider jump? ____________________ 2. What did the spider do to Anna? ______________ 3. How did Anna feel when the spider kissed her? _______________________________________________ 4. When did the story exactly happen?___________ Let’s Read sleep – sleeping jump – jumping kiss – kissed startle – startled run – runs
  • 45. 153 We Can Do It Read the story. Ana sleeps late. Last night, she went to bed late again. She watched her favorite cartoon. In the morning, Ana was still sleeping. Mother said, “Wake up! Ana, wake up!” It’s late. Ana jumped out of bed. She lazily stretched her arms and gave a long yawn. What were the things Ana did? __________________ The words sleep, jump, and stretch are verbs. These are simple verb forms. They are also called root words. What letter or letters are added to the simple verb form? Remember This The letters -s, -ed, and -ing are added to the simple verb to show a change in action according to time. I Can Do It Read the words below. Box the simple verb forms. dancing eat playing shouted showed claps sit stand drawing
  • 46. 154 Measure My Learning Put a check mark (ü) on the column where the action is. Action Happening Now Action in the Past 1. praying 2. baked 3. lives 4. watching 5. worked Lesson 14: I See Doubles Get Set Listen and Say! See! See! I See a Bee! See! See! What do you see? I see a tree. See! See! What do you see? I see a bee inching on the tree. See! See! They are now three! I see, I see, I can see three bees on the tree.
  • 47. 155 Remember This /iy/ is the sound you hear in ee as in bee. I Can Do It Draw a line to connect the word to its meaning. Column A Column B 1. the number after two feed 2. “Hatching!” knee 3. The front part of a TV set free 4. You do not pay for it. sneeze 5. give the dog its food three 6. a part of the leg screen Measure My Learning Encircle the name of the picture. 1. seed free feed 3. tree three feet Illustrate bee 2. sneeze bee teen 4. seed feet knee
  • 48. 156 Lesson 15: Making Stories on Our Own Let’s Aim Below are the list of words for your story. Give a possible rhyme-pair. glass ________ tree ________ net ________ box ________ lip ________
  • 49. 157 2. He sits with friends under the ____________ and saw a ____________. 3. They try to catch the bee with a ____________. The rain fell hard, the net got ____________. We Can Do It Let’s make a story using the rhymes with your friends. Make sentences from the rhyme pairs. 1. Gabriel drinks milk in a ____________. The glass is on the ____________. Illustrate Glass
  • 50. 158 4. Gabriel placed the bee inside the ____________. The box on the side has a lot of ____________. 5. He went back to his friends with a smile on his _________. Now, there’s no more milk to ____________. Now, what is the story about? _________________________________________________ Can you give the best title for this story? _________________________________________________
  • 51. 159 I Can Do It Let’s write the story down. Write the sentences from the activity that you did. Think of a good title for your written work. I made the story ___________ on my own. I feel ______________________ about it. Measure My Learning How did I feel making the story on my own?
  • 52. 160 Lesson 16: Off for a Picnic Let’s Try I. Cross out the things which do not belong to the group. II. Write the past form of the verb. _______ 1. Mary changes the pillow sheets. _______ 2. Father cleans the vegetable garden. _______ 3. I cook breakfast for my sisters. _______ 4. Brother helps fold our blankets. _______ 5. Our house looks good when cleaned. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  • 53. 161 III. Arrange the pictures according to how they happened. Write 1, 2, or 3 below the pictures. Get Set Look at the comic strips. Make a story about the picture.
  • 54. 162 Let’s Aim Read the story. Look back at the pictures. Off for a Picnic By Porfiria Santos It was a holiday. Liza jumped out of bed. “Oh, the alarm clock did not ring. It’s late!” said Liza. She looked for father, mother, Maris, and Mike. “Where are you?” shouted Liza. She found them in the backyard. “We are preparing the things we need for our trip. Liza, are you sure you have extra clothes?” asked Mother. “Yes, Mother, I have prepared them last night.” “We are leaving,” said Father. Uncle Tom drove carefully. The white van rolled on and on. The children saw many things along the way. They changed their clothes then, they all jumped into the water. Soon, it was time to go home. Liza said, “Father, let us come back here again some other time.” “Yes, of course,” agreed Father. Remember This Every story has events that happen before and after.
  • 55. 163 NOW I Can Do It Look at the big picture on the column NOW. Write on the blank space beside the smaller picture whether the action took place BEFORE or AFTER the big picture. 1. 2. 3.
  • 56. 164 Measure My Learning Write three sentences about each picture. Arrange them in the order they happened. Before _________________________________________ Now ___________________________________________ After ___________________________________________ Lesson 17: What We Did Let’s Aim She said: A kitten jumped out of the table yesterday. It rolled on the floor. The dog barked when it saw the cat. A rat walked in. It looked at the cat. And stared at the dog. The dog stopped barking. Look at the words jump and jumped. Compare and give the difference.
  • 57. 165 We Can Do It Here is a list of root words from the story. Add -ed or -d at the end of each word. Compare the spelling of the root word. Verbs have different tenses. The tense of the verb tells the time of an action. The past tense of the verb shows action that happened in the past. They end in -d or -ed. The past tense of the verb tells about something that has already happened. (1) We add -d or -ed to most verbs to show that something has already happened. (2) If a verb ends in e, just add d. (3) If a verb has one syllable and ends with a short vowel sound and a consonant, double the ending consonant before adding -ed. (ex. stop = stopped) Remember This Root word Add -d or -ed look shout prepare roll change
  • 58. 166 I Can Do It Read each sentence. Write the past tense of the verb in the parenthesis ( ). 1. Father (plant) ________the mango seed in the garden yesterday. 2. He (work) ________ in the garden the whole day. 3. Rolly (help) ________ him dig the soil. 4. Maria (stop) ________ to pick the ripe tomatoes. 5. Mother (like) ________ the ripe tomatoes. 6. She (place) ________ the tomatoes in a big box. Lesson 18: I Can Help Get Set Mother is having a rest. The whole house is in a mess. Help her keep things tidy.
  • 59. 167 Let’s Aim Group the words from the box. Write them under the labels. father aunt nun nephew niece brother mother priest uncle sister grandmother grandfather Girls ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ Boys ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ 1. Things to Eat _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ 2. Things to Wear _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ 3. Things Used for School _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ 4. Things Used for Taking a Bath _______________________ _______________________ _______________________
  • 60. 168 We Can Do It Read the three words inside the box. Add one more that is like the others. mother brother sister _______ June September October ___________ jackfruit papaya chico _______ bedroom dining room kitchen ___________ water juice iced tea _______ Remember This There are similar things for each group. I Can Do It Cross out the thing that does not belong to each group. Label the things that go together. Things used for __________________________­­_______.
  • 61. 169 Things used for __________________________­­_______. Illustration: broom, pencils, books, paper bag in one row Things used for __________________________­­_______. Measure My Learning After putting things together, Mother can have time for the baby. Draw some of the things that the baby needs. Color them.
  • 62. 170 Lesson 19: It’s Time for Bed Get Set Do the maze. Where would Enzo go to meet Tatay Rico? Let’s Aim Boy: What are you doing? Girl: I’m cleaning up. Boy: Why? Girl: It’s time to sleep. What do the arrows tell you?
  • 63. 171 We Can Do It Read the story. Dennis’ Long Day By Leah N. Bautista Dennis was known for being active. He wanted to do everything every day. He forgot many things about keeping his body clean and his room tidy. One day, he played with mud at the yard. He placed mud and stone in every corner. Then, he would hung his toys by the door. After that, he would jump around with empty bottles and cans. “Join me,” he would tell his friends. Night fell, he was very tired. Dennis waited for his father to come home. He waited for his mother to clean him up. He fell asleep at the table. Father’s friends came to visit. They all laughed at what they saw. Dennis was covered with mud and leaves. “Dennis had a long day,” Father said. I. Answer the following questions: 1. What were the things Dennis forgot to do? 2. What was Dennis’ first play activity? 3. What did Dennis do to his toys? 4. Who did Dennis wait for? 5. Why did Father’s friends laugh at Dennis?
  • 64. 172 II. Arrange the events from “Dennis’ Long Day.” Write each event on the story ladder. Remember This When you read, try to understand what events happened in the story. Arrange the events as they happen according to time frame/ expression. 1. Dennis played with mud in the yard. 2. 3. 4. I Can Do It Look at the picture. Draw a picture to complete the sequence. Measure My Learning Number the events in the right order of when they happened, from first (1) to last (6). _____ He placed mud and stone in every corner. _____ Dennis played with mud at the yard. _____ He hung his toys by the door. _____ He got tired of playing. _____ He jumped around with empty bottles. _____ He fell asleep.
  • 65. 173 Lesson 20: We Do Many Things at Home Let’s Aim Read the sentence. Mother looked around the house. Arrange the jumbled letters to know the first part of the sentence. Who looked around? Mother The word Mother tells us who looked around. Mother is the person being talked about in the sentence. The naming part of a sentence is also called the Arrange the jumbled letters to know the second part of the sentence. What did Mother do around the house? Looked The word looked is the action word of the sentence. The action word is called verb. The word looked tells us what Mother did around the house. The action part of a sentence is also called the s j b e u c t s u b j e c t p i r c e a d t e p r e d i c a t e
  • 66. 174 We Can Do It Put a line to divide the sentence into two parts. Label S for the subject and P for the predicate. 1. My sister cooks our food. ______________________________________________ 2. My brother works in the farm. ______________________________________________ 3. The younger children play hide and seek. ______________________________________________ 4. Tatay Felix cleans the house. ______________________________________________ 5. Our dog guards our house. ______________________________________________ Remember This A sentence is made up of words. It has a naming part and a verb part. The naming part is called the subject. The verb part is called the predicate. I Can Do It Write S if the encircled part is the subject. Write P if it is the predicate. 1. The dog barked at the cat. ___ 2. Bobby runs after Mother. ___ 3. Gabrielle jumps on the bed. ___
  • 67. 175 4. Sister cooks some eggs. ___ 5. We eat supper together. ___ Measure My Learning Write the naming part or a verb part to complete the sentence. Choose the words inside the box. pray tells sits My cousin Cristy Danny 1. _________________ danced during the fiesta. 2. Maria and I _________________ before we sleep. 3. Our grandmother _________________ us stories. 4. Nene _________________ on the chair. 5. _________________ washed her hands before eating. Lesson 21: We Are Filipinos Let’s Try A. Identify which of the following are the characteristics of a Filipino. Put a check (ü) on your answer. ______ brown skin ______ black hair ______ respectful to the elders ______ rude to the elders ______ plays games like taguan, sipa, patintero, palosebo ______ helpful to the members of the family ______ plays all the time
  • 68. 176 ______ eats Filipino food ______ lives happily with ones parents ______ spends more time watching television B. Listen carefully as the teacher reads the words. Put a check (ü) if the words have the same initial sound and cross out (x) if not. _____ net – nine _____ bed – ball _____ hair – have _____ pot – fun _____ rain – ruler C. Read the following words. Draw J if the words have the same final sound and L if not. ______ father – river ______ dog – rag ______ basket – banana ______four - ten ______ rap – jump D. Match the words that rhyme or have the same final sound. 1. feel a. bat 2. sack b. eight 3. cat c. back 4. weather d. wheel 5. late e. ladder E. Write the new word. 1. Change /f/ to /p/ of fat is _________ 2. Change /j/ to /b/ of jeep is ________ 3. Change /p/ to /r/ of pack is ______ 4. Change /d/ to /g/ of bad is ________ 5. Change / t/ to /l/ of meat is _______
  • 69. 177 Let’s Aim Listen to your teacher as she reads the poem “I Am a Filipino” by Dali Soriano. Find out what the poem is all about. I Am a Filipino By Dali Soriano I am a Filipino I am proud to be one. My black hair and brown skin, Perfectly baked by sun. I live happily with my parents, Brothers, sisters – we are one. Lolo, lola, uncles, and aunts, On fiestas we have fun. I play Filipino games – Sipa, taguan, palosebo. I love Filipino food, My favorite is adobo. I kiss the hand of my elders, To say goodbye or hello. This makes me a Filipino, Polite, respectful, and true. Who is the Filipino/child in the poem? What is the color of the child’s hair? What is the color of the child’s skin? Who is living with the child? What does the child like to play? What is the child’s favorite food? How does the child show respect to the elders? What can you say about the child? How do Filipinos show respect to their elders?
  • 70. 178 We Can Do It Get a partner and complete the web. Remember This A Filipino child has fair and brown skin with black hair, loves to play, helps his/her family, and respects all elders. Name of your Partner ______________ What does he/she look like? What does he/she like to eat? How does he/she respect the elders? What does he/she like to play? Who does he/she live with? I Can Do It Look for a partner. Tell and talk about yourselves: the color of your hair, skin, their likes (food, games). Introduce your partner to the class. Tell the class about your partner. I’m (name of pupil A) and I’ll tell you something about (name of pupil B). _______’s hair is _____ and her/his skin is _______. He/She likes to eat _____, _____, and _____. He/She likes to play _____, _____, and _____. He/She lives with his/her (parents/grandparents). He/She is proud to be a Filipino.
  • 71. 179 Lesson 22: Words with the Same Beginning and Ending Sound Let’s Read Read the poem. Identify the word with the same beginning and ending sound. I am a Filipino I am proud to be one. My black hair and brown skin, Perfectly baked by sun. Remember This There are words that have the same beginning like brown and black and there are words that have the same ending sound like skin and sun. I Can Do It Read the poem and write the words with the same beginning and ending sound. Some families are big, Some families are small, But I love my family, best of all. I love my Mother, yes I do. I love my Father, it is true. I love them both and they love me too. beginning sound ending sound
  • 72. 180 Measure My Learning Read the poem and classify the words with the same beginning and ending sound. Place them in the chart. 1. Baby, baby come to me. Mommy is waiting with glee. Daddy is leaving tonight. Let’s pray for him to have a safe flight. 2. In the night so dark A tiny egg lays fast asleep. With a sudden beep A baby chick makes a peep. The same beginning sound The same ending sound
  • 73. 181 Lesson 23: Rhyming Words Let’s Aim Read the following words. my – by one – sun – fun brothers – sisters What have you noticed with the words? What do you call the words that have the same ending sound? What other words rhyme with my and by? What other words rhyme with one, sun, and fun? Let’s Read Read the following poem and tell the rhyming words. Little Miss Muffet, sat on a tuffet, Eating her curds and whey; Along came a spider, Who sat down beside her And frightened Miss Muffet away. What are the rhyming words? A cat and a mouse full of glee Started dancing, one, two, three. They danced in the daytime, They danced in the night, They did not mind if it was dark or bright. What are the rhyming words? Remember This Rhyming words are words that have the same final sound.
  • 74. 182 I Can Do It Find the words that rhyme with the word on the left. day dig saw sing say rip ripe dip pat rat pig dig bin cap Pit sack soup say pack play best tear beat tap test Measure My Learning List down the rhyming words found in the poem below. Read and classify the rhyming words in the poem. Write them in the box. Jack Sprat could eat no fat, His wife could eat no lean, And so between the two of them They licked the platter clean. A cat and a mouse full of glee Started dancing, one, two, three. They danced in the daytime, They danced in the night, They did not mind if it was dark or bright. Good night, sleep tight, Don’t let the bedbugs bite. And if they do Then take your shoe
  • 75. 183 And knock ‘em ‘til They’re black and blue! Lesson 24: Let’s Switch Places Get Set Look at the first picture and word. Form a new word by changing the first letter of the word. top __op __op Let’s Aim Look at the pictures below. Change the first letter of the word. What is the new word? Draw and write it in the box. a n a t a n a t
  • 76. 184 Let’s Read Look at the pictures in the pie. Change the first letter of the word of the pictures in the pie then match the new word to the pie. Remember This When you change the beginning sound of the word, it forms a new word.
  • 77. 185 I Can Do It Look at the pictures in the bars. Change the beginning letter of the word. Write your answer in the column below. Given Word Removed Sound Replaced Sound New Word
  • 78. 186 Measure My Learning Look at the picture. Name the picture on the left. Remove the beginning sound and change with a new sound. Then say and write the new word.
  • 79. 187 Lesson 25: Phoneme Manipulation (Substitution of Final Sound) Let’s Aim Fill in the blank with correct letter. There was once a mouse. Who needed a __ ouse. Patty is a fat cat. Who loves to sit on a __ at. There’s something sitting on the log. I hear croaking. It must be a __og. Let’s Read With a partner change the last sound of the word. Draw and write the new word. Say pan...change /n/ to /d/.... What is the new word? Say cop...change /p/ to /t/....What is the new word? Say dot...change /t/ to /g/....What is the new word? illustrate pad illustrate cop
  • 80. 188 We Can Do It What is my name? With a partner change the last sound of the word. Draw and write the new word. Change /m/ to /r/ is _______. Change /g/ to /n/ is _______. Change /n/ to /p/ is ________. Remember This When you change the last sound of the word, it forms a new word. illustrate bug
  • 81. 189 I Can Do It Write and draw the new word. 1. Change /n/ of pin to /g/ is _______. 2. Change /p/ of cap to /n/ is _______. 3. Change /m/ of ham to /t/ is _______. illustrate ham
  • 82. 190 Lesson 26: Wonderworks 1 Let’s Try A. Draw a J in the box to the pictures created by God and L if it is not created by God. B. Read the passage and answer the following questions. Mother prepared dinner. She is cooking adobo, pinakbet, and rice. Mary helped her Mother in the kitchen. Michael helped set the table. When Mother finished cooking, Mother told Mary to call her Father. Father, Mother, Mary, and Michael sat at the table to eat dinner. When dinner was over, Mary cleaned up the table and Michael did the dishes. 6. What did Mother cook for dinner? a. adobo b. fried chicken c. sinigang 7. Who helped Mother cook dinner? a. Father b. Mary c. Michael 8. Who called Father to dinner? a. Mother b. Mary c. Michael 1. illustrate mountain 2. 3. illustrate house 4. 5.
  • 83. 191 C. Cross out (x) the word that does not belong to the group. 9. mother baby candy sister 10. December Monday Friday Sunday D. Check (ü) the pairs of words that have the same sound and cross out (x) if they do not. ______ 11. eat – meat ______ 12. play – toy ______ 13. cane – pain E. Read and write the new word. 14. What word would be left if you take out /s/ from smile? ______ 15. What word would be left if you take out /c/ from clap?______
  • 84. 192 1. Having a great quantity or number 2. Pretty, lovely 3. Amazed, feel with wonder 4. A nation or a state such as Philippines, Japan, Malaysia, etc. 5. Very great in size or in area 6. A valuable or precious possession Let’s Aim I. Write the word being defined. Choose the words from the box. vast country beautiful treasure plentiful marvel
  • 85. 193 II. Listen to your teacher as she reads the poem “Wonderworks” by Dali Soriano. Find out the things that God has created. Wonderworks By Dali Soriano I marvel at the great seas and vast lands, Fashioned neatly by God’s own hands. He created my country’s clear blue sky, Rivers, lakes, seas, and mountains high. 1. What are the things that amazed the author? 2. What are the things created by God? 3. What word did the author use to describe her country? 4. What are the things that the author is thankful for? 5. What is the author’s greatest treasure? 6. What do you think the author considers “God’s gift of life” as her greatest treasure? 7. What are other things not mentioned in the poem created by God? Thank you, God, for this beautiful country, Friends, relatives, and loving family. These plentiful gifts are beyond measure, But your gift of life is my greatest treasure. 8. What are the things that you are thankful for? 9. What do you consider as your “greatest treasure?” 10. Why do you consider it as your greatest treasure?
  • 86. 194 Let’s Read Write True if the statement tells about the poem and False if the statement does not tell about the poem. ______ 1. God created the clear blue sky. ______ 2. God also created tall buildings and houses. ______ 3. The author thanks God for the beautiful city He created. ______ 4. The gift of life is the author‘s greatest treasure. ______ 5. Food, shelter, and clothing are other things. Remember This There are many things that we have to be thankful for – all the things that God has created and has given us. The best thing that we received from Him is the “gift of life” so we could enjoy the things that He has created.
  • 87. 195 Measure My Learning How do you like the poem “Wonderworks?” Shade the thermometer. I Can Do It Encircle the things that God created. illustrate mountains illustrate family illustrate table & chair illustrate bird like it very much like dislike
  • 88. 196 Lesson 27: Wonderworks 2 Get Set Draw a line to match the picture to its word. lake mountain sky river family Illustrate river
  • 89. 197 Let’s Read Read the poem, then answer the questions. I marvel at the great seas and vast lands, Fashioned neatly by God’s own hands. He created my country’s clear blue sky, Rivers, lakes, seas, and mountains high. 1. What are the things that marvel the author? 2. Who was the “He” in the poem? 3. What did God create in the author’s country? Thank you, God, for this beautiful country, Friends, relatives, and loving family. These plentiful gifts are beyond measure, But your gift of life is my greatest treasure 1. What are the things that the author are thankful for? 2. How did the author describe her gifts from God? 3. What is the author’s greatest gift? Mother and Father are everything to me. They always make me happy and glee. Like presents and books that I love They are gifts from heaven above . 1. Who was “Me” in the poem? 2. Who makes the author happy? 3. How did the author describe his parents?
  • 90. 198 Babies are sweet and lovely to see. Like a cute teddy bear you bought in a shopping spree. They laugh and giggle full of fun. Jumping, rolling, and playing under the sun. 1. What was the poem all about? 2. How did the author describe babies? 3. What do babies love to do? We Can Do It Read the stories and answer the following questions. 1. My little brother loves to play ball. He tosses it, rolls it, and shoots it to the ring. He has five different balls. It was a gift he received from Dad. Who loved to play ball? ______________________ What did he do with the ball? __________________ How many balls did his brother have? _________ 2. Aunt Mary has two pets. One is a dog named Mikee and the other is a cat named Mimie. Like any other cats and dogs, Aunt Mary’s pets are special. Mikee and Mimie are good friends. They always play together. Mimie sleeps beside Mikee. Mikee shares his food to Mimie. That is why Aunt Mary loves her pets. What are Aunt Mary’s pets? ___________________ What makes Mikee and Mimie good friends?_______ What makes Aunt Mary’s pets special?_________
  • 91. 199 Remember This For you to get the correct answer to the questions, identify the details of the passage you are reading. It can be a name of a person, an object, or an animal, a place and time where the story happened, and the kind of situation that happened in the story. I Can Do It Read the story and answer the following questions. Bea has a new baby brother. His name is Michael. He was born just six months ago. When Michael can’t sleep, Bea sings him a song. She sings “Rock-a-Bye Baby.” Then, Michael goes to sleep. 1. Who has a baby brother? a. Bea b. Michael c. Mary 2. What is the name of her baby brother? a. Eric b. Michael c. John 3. How old is her baby brother? a. six months old b. seven months old c. eight months old 4. If her baby brother can’t sleep, what does she do? a. She dances with the baby. b. She recites a poem. c. She sings a song. 5. What song does she sing to her baby brother? a. Rock-a-Bye Baby b. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star c. ABC
  • 92. 200 Measure My Learning Read the dialogue and answer the following questions. Mary found an earring. Mary: Whose earring is this? Is this Aunt Belen’s earring? Sarah: No! Aunt Belen’s earring is gold. That earring is silver. Mary: Is this Mother’s earring? Sarah: Mother’s earring is square. That earring is a circle. Mary: Then whose earring is this? Sarah: That is your earring Mary. Wear it and let’s go to play. 1. Who found an earring? a. Mary b. Sarah c. Aunt Belen 2. What color is Aunt Belen’s earring? a. silver b. gold c. red 3. Whose earring is square? a. Mary b. Aunt Belen c. Mother 4. Whose earring did Mary find? a. Sarah b. Mother c. Hers 5. What is the relationship of Mary to Sarah? a. Sarah is Mary’s sister. b. Sarah is Mary’s cousin. c. Sarah is Mary’s friend.
  • 93. 201 Lesson 28: Grouping Together Let’s Try Look at the picture and answer the following questions. What can you see in the picture? Where can you find these? Get Set Look at the following pictures. Name the objects that belong together. illustrate dress
  • 94. 202 Let’s Aim All of the items in the box are found in our home. Which items are found in the bedroom? Which items are found in the living room? Which items are found in the kitchen? illustrate couch illustrate stove illustrate frying pan illustrate television illustrate knife illustrate blanket illustrate kettle illustrate lampshade illustrate closet Let’s Read Read the words in the pocket chart. Tell the pupils to place and group the words in their proper column. pechay goat mango apple horse carrot banana bird cabbage fish grapes ampalaya squash giraffe papaya Fruits Vegetables Animals
  • 95. 203 We Can Do It With your partner, encircle the words that belong to the same group. pencil pen paper car ruler whale dog shark sea horse gold fish train bus house jeepney taxi Philippines Baguio City Cebu City Davao City Quezon City eagle parrot crow dove alligator Remember This We group words according to their kind, color, shape, and size. I Can Do It Classify the words in the big box where they belong. Monday December Ana three Friday eight January Sunday Carmen Divina five April Wednesday one Angelina ten November February Saturday Michelle NumberNameDayMonth
  • 96. 204 Measure My Learning Group the following words. school pants church mountains skirts lakes shirts seas hills cliff hospital ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ Lesson 29: Recognizing Sound Differences Let’s Try Draw a J if the pairs of words rhyme and L if they do not. ______ 1. tower – flower ______ 4. gone – bone ______ 2. again – that ______ 5. tail – whale ______ 3. black – sack Get Set Recite and do the finger play. Family (hold up fingers one by one) This is the Father, kind and true. (holds up the thumb) This is the Mother who cares for you. (holds up the pointer) This is the brother so big and tall. (holds up the middle finger) This is the sister who plays with her ball. (holds up the ring finger) This is the baby, pet of them all. (holds up the pinky finger) See the whole family, big and small.
  • 97. 205 Let’s Aim Read the following pairs of words. true – you measure – treasure gift – life sky – high beautiful – family land - and tall - ball big – small play – ball Which pair of words has the same sound? Which pair of words does not have the same sound? Let’s Read Read the following pairs of words. Put a check (ü) if the pairs have the same sound and cross out (x) if they do not. ______ 1. bake – cake ______ 4. again – because ______ 2. let – lot ______ 5. date – wait ______ 3. today – away We Can Do It Draw a line to the word that has the same sound as the word in the circle. float votebook goat rose bone lime boat coat ringnote
  • 98. 206 I Can Do It Color the words that have the same sound as the word on the left. away stay day ate play game fame jail came name take took ache steak snake mad chad made pad glad care came bear share hair Measure My Learning Write S if the pairs of words have the same sound. Write D if the pairs have different sound. ________ 1. pen – heaven ________ 4. bell – ball ________ 2. dream – team ________ 5. high – fly ________ 3. table – chair Lesson 30: What’s the Word? Let’s Try Check (ü) the pair of words with the same sound and cross out (x) the pair of words that does not have the same sound. back - front sack - near day - play boy - girl parent - friend mother - father
  • 99. 207 Let’s Aim This is Willy Wally. He loves to eat a cookie. Now he is very hungry. Willy Wally ate the /c/ cookie. What cookies were left? Willy Wally ate the /t/ cookie. What cookies were left? c a t c a r t Willy Wally ate the /l/ cookie. What cookies were left? p l a y Read Wally Wally’s left over cookies. a t c a p a y r Remember This When we remove a letter from a word, a new word is formed.
  • 100. 208 Lesson 31: The Little Sampaguita Girl Let’s Try A. Encircle the letter of the correct answer. 1. Which of the following statements expresses one’s basic needs and wants? a. Hello! How are you? b. I really need some food. c. Ouch! It hurts! 2. Which statement shows concern and sympathy? a. I feel sorry for you. b. Give that food to me. c. It is nice to see you. 3. Which sentence tells about the picture? a. The boy is flying a kite. b. The boy is playing a ball. c. The girl is flying a kite. 4. What is the best title for the picture below? a. Jane’s Birthday b. Mother’s Birthday c. Baby’s Birthday
  • 101. 209 B. Study the picture below. Read and answer the questions that follow. Sam has a pet. He can do many tricks. He sits, stands, lies, rolls over, and dances when you ask him to. He greets people by waving his paws. Sam’s pet is such an amazing dog. 1. What is Sam’s pet? a. dog b. cat c. bird 2. What is the name of Sam’s pet dog? a. Boogie b. Bantay c. Brownie 3. What can you tell about Sam’s pet? a. Sam’s pet is lazy. b. Sam’s pet is dirty. c. Sam’s pet is smart. C. Study the graph and answer the following questions. Eric has hens in his farm. He always gathers all the eggs in the morning. He cooks some eggs and gives some to his sister who bakes a cake.
  • 102. 210 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 4. How many eggs did Eric gather on Monday? a. 6 b. 7 c. 9 5. Did the hens lay more eggs on Monday or Wednesday? a. Monday b. Wednesday c. none of the above 6. How many eggs did he gather in four days? a. 30 b. 32 c. 24
  • 103. 211 Let’s Aim The Little Sampaguita Girl By Marimel Jane H. Polita Once there was a little girl named Maya. She sold sampaguita for a living along the streets of Manila. It was raining hard. She wore torn and ragged clothes and had no slippers on her feet. Nobody bought her sampaguita. She was scared to go home for she knew her father would scold her for not having sold anything. She asked for food from the people passing by but nobody gave her. Suddenly, she felt so warm. She opened her eyes and saw her mother hugging her. Then, together they went up to heaven. Maya lay frozen to death with a smile on her lips. No one ever knew the wonderful dreams she had the previous night. Comprehension Check-up 1. Who was the little girl? 2. What did she do for a living? 3. Where did she sell the sampaguita? 4. Why didn’t she want to go home? 5. What was the weather like in the story? 6. What was she wearing? 7. Did the people give her some food to eat? 8. What did she see when she opened her eyes? 9. What happened to her at the end of the story?
  • 104. 212 Let’s Read Arrange the following pictures according to what happened in the story, “The Little Sampaguita Girl.” Number the pictures from 1 to 5. Remember This We can help needy children by collecting and giving old clothes and toys, spending time to play, and make friends with them.
  • 105. 213 I Can Do It What do you think are in their minds? Complete the dialogue below. Measure My Learning Read the following questions. Encircle the letter of the correct answer. 1. Who is the “Little Sampaguita Girl?” a. Ana b. Maya c. Lita 2. What was she selling? a. sampaguita b. rose c. daisy 3. Was the girl alive at the end of the story? a. Yes b. No c. not stated in the story
  • 106. 214 Lesson 32: The Little Sampaguita Girl Part 2 Let’s Aim Retell the story of “The Little Sampaguita Girl” with the use of the pictures. Ask questions while reading the story. Once there was a little girl named Maya. She sold sampaguita for a living along the street of Manila. What was the girl selling? Where was the girl selling sampaguita? It was raining hard. She wore torn and ragged clothes and had no slippers on her feet. Nobody bought her sampaguita. She was scared to go home for she knew her father will scold her for not having sold anything. What was the weather that night? What was the girl wearing? Was the girl wearing slippers or shoes? Was all her sampaguita sold?
  • 107. 215 She asked for food from the people passing by but nobody gave her some food. How did you know that the girl was hungry? Did someone give her food? What will happen to her if she didn’t eat any food? Suddenly, she felt so warm. She opened her eyes and saw her mother hugging her. Who was with the girl? Where was the woman from? Why was the woman with her? Then, together they went up to heaven. Maya lay frozen to death with a smile on her lips. No one ever knew the wonderful dreams she had the previous night. What happened to the girl? Where did the girl and her mother go? Was the girl happy?
  • 108. 216 Let’s Read Make a story board. Draw the major events that happened in the story. Maya is selling sampaguita on the street. Maya feels cold and hungry. Maya asked for food from the people but nobody gave her some food. Maya together with her mother went up to heaven. I Can Do It Read and draw the sentences in the box. Write the title of the story. Title:____________________________________________ Baby crawls on the floor.
  • 109. 217 Measure My Learning Identify which drawing in the following sentences best describe the picture. Look for clues. Write the sentences under the picture. _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ Mother looks at her baby. She picks up the baby and puts her in the crib. She covers the baby with a blanket. The baby is asleep.
  • 110. 218 _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ 1. He does sit-ups. 2. He lifts the weights. 3. Father goes to the gym. 4. He runs on the treadmill. 5. He is sweating and needs to take a shower. Lesson 33: Summer Is Fun Let’s Aim One Saturday, my family and I went to the zoo. Joey and I were so excited for it was our first time to go and visit the zoo. We saw different kinds
  • 111. 219 of birds and animals, monkeys swinging on trees, and giraffes, the animal with the longest neck. The zoo keeper was busy cleaning the cage of the elephant. After a while, we went in front of the cage of the lion. Father told us how ferocious and strong lions are. We listened to him attentively. It was such a wonderful day. We did not want to leave the zoo, but there were many more things that we had to do at home. Mother promised to take us again and see the beauty of the zoo. Who went to the zoo? What animals did they see? What cage did the zoo keeper clean? What do you think is the title of the story? Do you think the children enjoyed going to the zoo? Let’s Read Read the story below and answer the questions. Every summer we go to the beach. The sun, sand, waves, and shells are lovely to see. The beach is our favorite place. We can’t wait for the next sunny beach day!
  • 112. 220 I Can Do It Read and answer the questions that follow. It’s a wonderful day and the fun fair is near the street. The rides they built look exciting and fun. Ferris wheels, roller coasters, bump cars, and swinging chairs are everywhere. Tim and Kim start to hear the sounds of the rides. Oh! It sounds fun. First, they ride on the roller coaster. They scream and scream, “Yipee!” Next, they ride on the bump cars. “Fasten your seat belt so you’ll not get hurt,” says the lady. Now it’s time for them to eat. They sit at the table to eat hotdogs and popcorn and drink juice. 1. What is the title of the story? a. Tim and Kim b. A Day at the Fun Fair c. The Roller Coaster Ride 1. What is the title for the story? a. Family at the Beach b. Children at the Beach c. At the Heat of the Sun 2. What other activities can they do at the beach? a. Make foot prints b. Ride a bike c. Play skateboard 3. What clothes should you wear at the beach? a. dress b. pants c. shorts
  • 113. 221 2. Which of the following are not found at the fun fair? a. roller coaster b. Ferris wheel c. movie house 3. What did Tim and Kim do to be safe riding in the bump car? a. They fasten their seat belt. b. They remain seated in their place. c. They did not move their bump cars. Measure My Learning Read and answer the questions that follow: illustrate a girl celebrating her birthday at home. Camille is in the middle surrounded by her friends and family. Father is taking pictures while Camille is blowing the cake. Mother stands beside Camille. It was Camille’s birthday. She had lots of gifts. Her friends attended her party. There was a cake with seven candles. There were lots of things to eat. Mother prepared spaghetti, hotdog on sticks, fried chicken, and jelly beans. Everybody was happy.
  • 114. 222 1. Who celebrated a birthday party? a. Mother b. Camille c. Sarah 2. How many kinds of food did Mother prepare for the party? a. four b. five c. six 3. Who was taking the picture? a. Camille’s mother b. Camille’s father c. Camille’s sister 4. Why do you think many of Camille’s friends attended her party? a. Camille is a kind girl. b. Camille is a selfish girl. c. Camille is a shy girl. Lesson 34: Graph It Out Get Set Check the pictures that show activities you can do during summer vacation.
  • 115. 223 Animals Tally What can you say about the picture ? Have you been to a place like this? What animals are found in a place like this? Let’s Aim
  • 116. 224 Maggie wanted to find out how many animals there are in her grandfather’s farm. She went to the barn, in the pigpen, to the pond, and to the chicken coops and counted all the animals she saw. She made a tally sheet of all animals and showed it to her grandfather. Maggie’s grandfather was surprised and happy for what she did. Read and answer the following questions. 1. Why did Maggie go to the barn? a. To know the number of animals in the farm b. To check the condition of the animals c. To play with the animals 2. Which animal has the most number? a. horse b. chicken c. duck 3. How many animals did Maggie find in the farm? a. 30 b. 31 c. 32
  • 117. 225 Remember This A tally sheet is used to show the number by sticks. A bar graph uses bars to show the number of things being studied or recorded. 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 We Can Do It Use the tally sheet made by Maggie to complete the bar graph. Color the bars that correspond to the number of animals.
  • 118. 226 I Can Do It Study the bar graph below and answer the following questions. Mother went to the market to buy fruits. Find out how many fruits she bought. illus bananas 1. Which of the fruits has the most number? a. melon b. mangoes c. apples 2. What fruits have equal number? a. melons and bananas b. melons and oranges c. apples and mangoes 3. How many fruits did mother buy in all? a. 29 b. 30 c. 31 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
  • 119. 227 Lesson 35: Stop, Look, and Listen! Let’s Aim Listen to the story the teacher will tell using pictures. 1. What is the title of the story? 2. Who are the characters in the story? 3. Where did the story happen? 4. How did you know that the story happened at home? 5. Where is the family going? 6. Did Tommy try to look for his shoe? How? 7. Did Tommy find his shoe? 8. What do you think will happen if Tommy can’t find his missing shoe? I Can Do It Answer the following questions: 1. Who are the characters in the story? The characters in the story are ________, _______, _________ , and ___________. Illustrate Tommy looking under his bed
  • 120. 228 Lesson 36: I Am Talented Let’s Aim Look at the picture and tell something about it. Who is in the picure? What sport is he famous for? 2. Where did the story happen? It happened in grandfather and grandmother’s ________. 3. Did Mary and Janet enjoy their summer at their grandparents’ place?__________ 4. Do you think they will go back and spend again their summer vacation at their grandparents’place? Why do you think so? ____________________because________________.
  • 121. 229 Listen to your teacher as she reads about Manny Pacquiao, then answer the questions below. What is the story all about? What is Pacquiao’s real name? What is Pacquiao’s code name? When was Manny Pacquiao born? What is considered to be Pacquiao’s talent? What made Pacquiao famous? Do you like to be Manny Pacquiao? Why? What do you consider to be your talent? What do you do with your talents? Let’s Read and Answer What are your talents? Practice repeating the following statements. Fill in each blank with an appropriate word. I can sing beautifully. I can dance gracefully on stage. I can draw pictures on my sketch pad. I can _______ the piano. I can _______ math questions in a minute. I can _______ books with understanding. I can _______ like a fish.
  • 122. 230 We Can Do It Complete the graphic organizer below. Write something that will tell about Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao. Lesson 37: Listen Let’s Aim Listen carefully and do the following instructions. 1. Draw a box. Write your full name in the box. Encircle all the vowel letters. 2. Draw a circle. Draw a triangle inside the circle. Write the first letter of your name in the triangle. 3. Write the numbers 1 to 9. Cross out the odd numbers. Encircle the even numbers. Compare your answer with your seatmate. Were you able to follow the instructions correctly? What did you do to get the correct answers?
  • 123. 231 Let’s Listen Listen carefully and follow what the teacher says. 1. Draw mangoes on the tree. 2. Draw a man on the left side of the tree. 3. Color the picture. Remember This When giving instructions, make sure it is clear and specific.
  • 124. 232 I Can Do It Listen to the teacher and do the following directions. 1. Color the pictures. 2. Encircle all farm animals. 3. Box all zoo animals. Measure My Learning Listen and follow the instructions given by the teacher. 1. Encircle all animals that have the word FISH. 2. Box all animals that have the word SEA. 3. Color the remaining animals.
  • 125. 233 Lesson 38: Speak Up! Let’s Aim Listen to the conversation of the two girls. Find out what they are talking about. Mary: Jane, this is Alice, my cousin. Alice, this is Jane, my friend. Jane: Nice to meet you, Alice. Alice: Nice to meet you, too. Jane: Where are you from Alice? Alice: I’m from Sorsogon. Jane: How long will you be staying here? Alice: Until I shall have finished my studies. Mary: Alice will be our new classmate. Her parents died in a car accident. She is staying with us now. She will start attending our school on Monday. Jane: Oh I see! Nice to meet you, Alice. See you on Monday. Alice : Nice to meet you too, Jane. Who are the characters in the conversation? What are they talking about? Who is Alice? Where is she from? What happened to her parents? What is the relationship of Mary and Alice?
  • 126. 234 Let’s Speak Practice saying the following: 1. Introducing People Pupil A Pupil B This is my friend, John. Hi John, I’m Fred. This is my mother_______ This is my sister_______ This is my teacher ______ Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too! 2. Telephone Conversation Hello Hello this is John, may I speak with Mike? Hold on for a while. Thank you. 3. Asking Permission Can you help me Sure, what’s the with my math? problem? Would you open No problem. the door for me? It looks like your hands are full. 4. Asking for Direction Excuse me. How do I go Go straight ahead to the library? that building. It’s on the left side. Thank you. You’re welcome.
  • 127. 235 I Can Do It Listen to the telephone conversation and answer the following questions. Rrrrrrring! Mother: Hello Pete: Hello! This is Pete. Is Mike there? Mother: I’m sorry. He’s not here right now. He went out with his father to the grocery store. Pete: What time will he be back? Mother: Around five thirty this afternoon. Do you want to leave a message so I could tell him? Pete: I just want to ask him about our homework. Mother: I’ll tell him you called. Pete: Thank you very much. Mother: You’re welcome. 1. Why did Pete call? ___________ 2. Who answered the phone? __________ 3. Where is Mike? _____________ Measure My Learning Present a conversation in giving directions.
  • 128. 236 Lesson 39: Story of Me Let’s Try Read the following statements. Hold on for a while. Thank you. This is my teacher, Nice to meet you. Mrs. Elena Cruz. Do you know where I’m sorry but I don’t Acacia St. is? live here. Let’s Aim Listen to the story and answer the following questions. 1. Who are the characters in the story? 2. When did the story happen? 3. Why did Jose Rizal’s mother tell about the story of the moth? 4. What did the mother moth tell the young moth? 5. What happened to the young moth? 6. What could have happened if the young moth followed his mother? 7. If you were the young moth, what would you do?
  • 129. 237 Setting: Time: Place: Characters Problems Resolution I Can Do It Read the story and answer the following questions. Cris “Kesz” Valdez lived in the slum area in Cavite City. When he was two years old, he began looking for food in the garbage dump. He started living in the streets with other street children. We Can Do It Complete the story map about the story of the moth.
  • 130. 238 His life changed when Mr. Harmin Manalaysay found him. He fell into the burning tires in a dump site while looking for food. Mr. Manalaysay saved him. He worked in an organization to help street children at the age of thirteen. Kesz won the International Children’s Peace Prize for his work in helping the needy children. 1. What is the story about? a. Kesz the wonder boy b. Kesz’s life story c. Kesz and the street children 2. Where does Kesz live? a. Batangas City b. Cavite City c. Quezon City 3. What award did he receive? a. An International Children’s Peace Prize b. An International Youth’s Peace Prize c. An International Adult’s Peace Prize
  • 131. 239 Lesson 40: Water, Water, Everywhere! Let’s Aim Look at the picture below. Listen as the teacher explains about the water cycle. The Water Cycle 1. What do you call the process where water goes up into the air? 2. What causes water to go up into the air? 3. What happens when the water goes up and evaporates to the air? 4. When the clouds turn dark, what do they tell us? 5. What do you call the process when water falls from the clouds? 6. What happens to the water that falls from the clouds? 7. Where does it go? 8. What do you call the process when water falls back to the oceans, lakes, rivers, and on lands? evaporation condensation precipitation collection
  • 132. 240 I Can Do It Draw rain, clouds, sun, land, and lake. Write evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection to show the water cycle. The Water Cycle condensation collection evaporation precipitation Remember This