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Tom's TEFL - 65-pg P1-P3 Word Bank Dictionary
 

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This A5 Word Bank Dictionary booklet for P1-P3 Hong Kong children includes 15 pages of lexical sets, a four page verb table and an A-Z.

Examples are given for each subject (colours, weather, food, animals, transport, shapes, clothes, the body, places etc...) with room for the children to add their own. It's best adapted towards your own readers/curriculum, particularly the example words in the A-Z section.

It's saved as A4 but should be printed as an A5 booklet (similar to this: http://tinyurl.com/lsx8yc). Most school photocopiers will be able to collate it automatically or you can have it done professionally. The hope, in our school, is that it will empower students towards language independence, reinforce spelling, phonics etc… and prepare them for using full dictionaries. Used as a tool and a resource, with proper training, it should also help cut down on “how to spell ___?” questions!

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    • WORD BANK DICTIONARY By Tom Grundy Add new words to me. Use me to check your spelling. Keep me safe.
    • My English Word Bank Dictionary Word bank: Dictionary: Page 2 – Lessons, seasons Page 23-24 - A Page 3 – Days, months, weather Page 25-26 - B Page 4 – My body Page 27-28 - D Page 5 – My family, people’s jobs Page 29-30 - E Page 6 – Places, directions Page 7 – Drinks, fruit, meat Page 31-32 - F Page 8 – Vegetables, other food Page 33-34 - G Page 9 – Other food, Pets Page 35-36 - H Page 10 – Farm/sea/river/other Page 37-38 - I animals Page 39-40 - J Page 11 – Other animals, numbers. Page 41-42 - K Page 12 - Numbers, time, shapes, Page 43-44 - L colours Page 45-46 - M Page 13 – Emotions, transport, Page 47-48 - N stationery Page 49-50 - O Page 14 – clothing, adjectives Page 51-52 - P Page 15 - Verbs Page 53-54 – Q,R Page 16 - Songs Page 55-56 – S Page 17 – Verb table Page 57-58 – T Page 18 – Verb table Page 59-60 – U,V,W Page 19 – Verb table Page 61 – X,Y,Z Page 20 – Verb table Page 62 - New words Page 21 – Verb table Page 63 – High Page 22 – Phonics Action frequency words. Alphabet 1
    • About me My name is __________________. My school is _________________ __________________________. My birthday is on _____________. My lessons at school English Mathematics Putonghua The seasons Winter 2 Days of the week
    • Monday Tuesday Months of the year January February March April May June July August Septembe October November December r Types of weather hot stormy foggy a typhoon 3
    • My body hair face neck hands chest shoulders arms elbows stomach fingers thumb knees ankles feet toes teeth eyebrows tongue eyes 4 lips mouth
    • My family mother father cousin pets aunt uncle son People’s jobs teacher scientist security guard gardener 5
    • Places near my home book shop restaurant bank swimming pool hair salon car park supermarket Places to visit in Hong Kong The Peak The Disneyland Victoria harbour Park Kowloon The Lantau Lamma Park museum Island Island Cheung Chau Island The night market Directions up down left right forwards backwards 6
    • Drinks milk cola lemon tea water Fruit apple lychee dragon fruit peach Meat lamb duck turkey beef 7
    • Vegetables beans cabbage onion tomato Other food spaghetti dim sum bread congee 8
    • Other food Pets hamster rabbit dog turtle 9
    • Animals on the farm goat pig donkey horse Animals in the sea/river jellyfish swan sea turtle seahorse Other animals bear monkey wolf zebra 10
    • Other animals Numbers one 1 eleven 11 1st first two 2 twelve 12 2nd second three 3 thirteen 13 3rd third four 4 fourteen 14 4th forth five 5 fifteen 15 5th fifth six 6 sixteen 16 6th sixth seven 7 seventeen 17 7th seventh eight 8 eighteen 18 8th eighth nine 9 nineteen 19 9th ninth ten 10 twenty 20 10th tenth 11
    • Numbers Time one hundred 100 one o’clock 1:00 two hundred 200 two o’clock 2:00 three hundred 300 half-past three 3:30 one thousand 1000 a quarter past four 4:15 two thousand 2000 a quarter to six 5:45 three thousand 3000 Shapes rectangle oval star line Colours red orange yellow green blue purple black white pink brown silver gold 12
    • Emotions fine upset confused surprised Transport MTR train ferry tram motorcycle Stationery pen crayons rubber ruler 13
    • Clothing trainers sunglasses shorts belt Adjectives thin colourful beautiful tall
    • 14 Verbs hold teach swim sit
    • 15 Songs THE RAINBOW SONG [www.britishcouncil.org/kids-songs-rainbow.htm] Red and yellow and pink and green Orange and purple and blue I can sing a rainbow Sing a rainbow Sing a rainbow, too DAYS OF THE WEEK [tinyurl.com/daysoftheweek] Days of the week, Days of the week, Days of the week, days of the week, days of the week. There’s Sunday and there’s Monday, There’s Tuesday and there’s Wednesday, There’s Thursday and there’s Friday, and then there’s Saturday. MONTHS OF THE YEAR [www.britishcouncil.org/kids-songs-months-2.htm] January, February, March, April, May and June. July and August, goodbye summer, Autumn's coming soon. Hey September, October, November, It's December, winter's here. Goodbye Christmas, that's the end, Time for another year!
    • 16 Verb table Simple Present Simple Past Past Tense Participle Tense To make the awake awoke awoken past tense, we am / is / was, were been must either: are beat beat beaten *Add ‘ed’… become became become *…just add ‘d’… begin began begun *…or change the bend bent bent word. (irregular bite bit bitten verbs)  blow blew blown break broke broken bring brought brought burned, burned, burn burnt burnt buy bought bought cast cast cast catch caught caught choose chose chosen come came come cost cost cost cut cut cut dig dug dug dived, dive dived dove 17
    • Verb table Simple Present Simple Past Past Tense Participle Tense do did done drag dragged dragged draw drew drawn dreamed, dreamed, dream dreamt dreamt drink drank drunk drive drove driven drown drowned drowned eat ate eaten fall fell fallen feed fed fed feel felt felt fight fought fought find found found fit fit fit fly flew flown forgotten, forget forgot forgot freeze froze frozen get got gotten, got give gave given go 18 went gone Verb table Simple Present Simple Past Past Tense Participle Tense
    • grow grew grown have had had hear heard heard hide hid hidden hold held held hurt hurt hurt keep kept kept know knew known lead led led learnt, learnt, learn learned learned leave left left lend lent lent let let let lie (down) lay lain light lighted, lit lighted, lit lose lost lost make made made mean meant meant meet met met pay paid paid put put put 19 Verb table Simple Present Simple Past Past Tense Participle Tense read read read ride rode ridden
    • rise rose risen run ran run saw sawed sawn say said said see saw seen seek sought sought sell sold sold send sent sent shake shook shaken shine shone shone shoot shot shot show showed shown shut shut shut sing sang sung sink sank sunk sit sat sat sleep slept slept slide slid slid speak spoke spoken spend spent spent Simple 20 Verb table Present Simple Past Past Tense Participle Tense spin spun spun stand stood stood steal stole stolen stick stuck stuck
    • sweep swept swept swim swam swum swing swung swung take took taken teach taught taught tear tore torn tell told told think thought thought throw threw thrown wake woke woken wear wore worn understand understood understood win won won wind wound wound write wrote written 21 Phonics action alphabet Aa ankle Bb back Cc come Dd down Ee elbow Ff finger Gg great Hh hair
    • Ii in Jj jump Kk kick Ll leg Mm mouth Nn nose Oo on Pp point Qq quiet Rr run Ss sit Tt teeth Uu up Vv victory Ww wings Xx six Yy yes Zz zip Practice the action alphabet song at home: tinyurl.com/actionalphabet 22 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary address afternoon ambulance
    • animal answer arrow astronaut axe 23 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 24 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary baby back balloon
    • basket beach beautiful biscuit breakfast 25 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 26 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary calendar camera castle
    • China Chinese chocolate clown computer 27 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 28 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary desk different difficult
    • dinner dirty disgusting door drawer 29 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 30 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary easy electricity elephant
    • enough evening examination example exercise 31 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 32 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary fight film fireworks
    • flower football fresh friend furniture 33 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 34 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary garden ghost giraffe
    • glove goldfish grass great guitar 35 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 36 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary hamburger handbag healthy
    • holiday homework honest Hong Kong hospital 37 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 38 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary ice-cream information ink
    • internet interesting island 39 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary jacket jam juice
    • jump 40 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary key kilogram kilometre
    • kindergarten king kitten knife 41 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 42 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary large laugh lazy
    • leaf letter live lucky luggage 43 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 44 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary magnet marble market
    • medicine microwave mirror mobile money 45 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 46 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary name neighbour newspaper
    • next night now 47 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 48 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary octopus office often
    • open orange outside oven over 49 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 50 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary page pair paper
    • parent penguin picture present push 51 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 52 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary queen question
    • Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary rain rectangle river road rubbish run 53 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 54 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary scissors shadow
    • shape silent simple smart station subject 55 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 56 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary taxi telephone
    • thief thirsty toilet tomorrow tonight typhoon 57 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary
    • 58 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary ugly umbrella
    • understand uniform Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary vegetable vehicle video game voice 59 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary wash waste
    • watch woman write wrong 60 Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary xylophone Dictionary
    • Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary year yesterday young Dictionary Check your spellings and add new words to the dictionary zebra zero zoo 6161 I do not know the meaning New words of these new words…
    • 1. A/an 2. After 36. (I) like 3. Again 37. Little 4. All 38. (I) love 5. Almost 39. (I) make 6. Also 40. Many 71. (I) tell 7. Always 41. One 72. Thank you 8. And 42. More 73. That 9. Because 43. Most 74. The 10. Before 44. Much …I will ask 75. Their my teacher! 11. Big 45. My 76. Them 12. But 46. New My favourite books 13. (I) can 47. No 77. Then 78. There is 14. (I) come 48. Not 79. They 15. Either/or 49. Now 80. Thing 16. (I) find 50. Of 81. (I) think 17. First 51. Often 82. This 18. For 52. On 83. Time 19. Friend 53. One 84. To 20. From 54. Only 85. Under 21. (I) go 55. Or 86. Up 22. Good 56. Other 87. Us 23. Good-bye 57. Our 88. (I) use 24. Happy 58. Out 89. Very 25. (I) have 59. Over 26. He 60. People 90. We62 91. What 27. Hello 61. Place High Frequency Words 28. Here 62. Please 92. When 93. Where Difficult 63. Same 29. How common words used in spoken English. The 100 most 30. I 64. (I) see 94. Which 95. Who spellings 31. (I) am 65. She 96. Why 32. If 66. So 97. With 33. In 67. Some 98. Yes 34. (I) know 68. Sometimes 99. You 35. Last 69. Still 100. Your 70. Such
    • 63 For non-profit educational use only. Designed especially for Hong Kong primary children