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A photocopiable resource book for busy teachers

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Esl english teaching resources timesaver games

  1. 1. USCHOLASTIC EDITED BY JANE MYLES
  2. 2. A photocopiable resource book for busy teachers Timesaver Games contains dozens of time—saving and motivating activities for immediate use in the classroom. Tfmesaver Games enables you to help your students consolidate newly acquired language whilst having fun with puzzles. All the activities in Timesaver Games have been tried, tested and enjoyed by students and teachers alike. They are suitable for use in all teaching situations - including mixed ability classes - or they can be given as homework tasks. Bringing variety to the classroom! Timesaver Games has a rich variety of activity types, including: personality quizzes, cultural games, wordsearches, theme—based board games, pronunciation games, logic puzzles, crosswords and memory games. Timesaver Games is part of the Classroom Timesavers series Classroom Timesavers is a series of supplementary photocopiable materials for teachers of lower and upper secondary school students aged 11 years and upwards. The Timesavers series provides teachers with refreshing and motivating photocopiable resource material. If you have enjoyed Timesaver Games, you'll love using Festivals and Special Days in Britain and New Classroom Timesavers. U H Easy to use! The highly accessible and flexible contents list means you can select the activities you want to use: by level by language point by lexical area by activity type by theme A full answer key is included in the teaching notes for complete ease of use. , .. «Ir: <’ ; e-mu-zj
  3. 3. To The T I‘ The language level of these puzzles varies from beginner's level to intermediate. At the back ofthis book you will find all the games and puzzles listed both according to level of difficulty and also according to topic or language point practised. We hope this will be useful in helping you to choose suitable material for your classes. This means that you can cross-reference the level of your class with topics which they will enjoy. As well as actual answers to puzzles and notes on usage, you will note that the Teacher's Section at the back of the book also contains the analyses of the scores in the personality quizzes, so you will need to : lijl11fijl1.l1fill7jljill.1jl-ll-ljl-Ill-ll-ll‘-lli. -— copy these for your pupils or be on hand to give them the information ve rba I ly. A small clock on each page tells you approximately how long each activity should take. Occasionally you will have to photocopy several pages for one activity, for example pages 3 and 5, and pages 33 — 36. Choose which language points, topics or vocabulary you want your pupils to practise, and you will find puzzles, quizzes or personality tests which will test their skill and improve their English at the same time. Small icons at the top of each page show what materials are needed: pen ice scissors glue d coloured pencil pens If this book is a success with your class, you may also like to try its companion title: Festivals and Special Days in Britain which looks at British customs, traditions and celebrations through photocopiable games and puzzles. TIMESIVEH RIMES D MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF $CHOLA5TlC INC. ii I i
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  8. 8. ITIMESAI/ EE‘7GZlM, l53_’l Numbers / colours Can you find the numbers from I-12 in this puzzle? The words can go ‘mans i '3 in U'iU1'I1<-l><C'_'. E-I‘-E Z-| |'| '|'JU—D-<fi'U<O mzxmzmozgom mUwfiU= mcgx— rmmwzqmgmdn . .u.1m 1-4| I—1l_, J-II Hi I-n. ..I1!. ... l'= lIall‘-iII. . E L O W L . @@% 5% : : @@@’ @‘% lli i liht blue purple pmk ' 3 - 8+? =14 ' T l
  9. 9. lull III . ’i. §l'lMESAVEll5*iGAMESe Vocabulary ‘ l‘ .3 Th e ‘ This is a famous English ship. It is in Portsmouth. What is it called? Find the letters with the pictures. cat eight ship teapot chair photo pizza mountains TIMESAVEK mas: o MARY GLASGOW MAGAIINES, AN IMPRINT or SCHOLASTIC mc. E 1
  10. 10. Q in Q3415: §j! ‘.i‘}‘3 = 7' TIMESAVER GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. Seasons / weather / school 5 Colour the weather words BROWN. Then turn the Colour the months of the year WHITE. page like this: Colour the school subjects RED. Write here Colour the seasons BLACK. l The mystery picture is a . ... ... ... ... ... ... .. -- an mi inn‘ III mi I! !! 11! far I5) at T5! I! ) I'll Iii- Ill I'll III III III I‘1l. .aI‘-Tl_, l'1l l3l. .,lll, l1l l1l, _l. .»l3l. .l. l'-ll Fl‘. /., ... >.. l
  11. 11. ll llliii Hill iliiii iii TIMES/ IVER GAMES Logic puzzles The Pyramid Joke Look at the pyramid. When you add up the numbers in two bricks that are next to each other, you get the number in the brick above them. Fill in all the numbers. Then find out what thejoke is. CD1 IIIII 693047326197 17 116 4 17 19 3 2 116 69 I. ... 26 189 4 47 189 189 12 6 7 30 ? 3 189 3 19 11 ' 5 . ... . I. .. 25 59 2o 19 9 3 69 116 6 3 11 19 11 11 4 ~_ 17 19 3 19 39 9 39 39 4 TIMESJI/ ER GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. 9
  12. 12. Bodyparts Robert the Robot Play this game and make a robot like Robert. You need: 1/ two, three, four orfive players 0/ two dice V a sheet of paper for each player V a pen or pencil for each player Players throw one or two dice in turn. You need a twelve Q or a six to start. lllll mill ' 1 Twelve is for the body. Six is for the head. mm You throw a twelve and you draw the body. You throw a six and you we. draw the head. You must have the body and head first before 3- .4, ‘ you try to add arms and legs. The winner is the person with a complete robot. YIMES/ ll/ Ell’ GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINTOF SCHOLASTIC INC. 1-41 I-n 18! III! 1'! ‘ I'll lfll I'll 1'11 4"“ I11 I51 m‘ks I5! 1!! [El _ c. l—| 1-1 ‘nil
  13. 13. Ill §l'lI'll. 'lI TIMESAVER GAMES Colours / numbers What Is It? Use a pencil and fill the squares Look at twelve - blue. one - green seven - blue two - black seventeen — blue one — red twelve — red fifteen - green three - red two - yellow six — green ten — blue thirteen — green five — yellow -IIEHHHEEEENEEIEE '6 eleven - green sixteen - blue thirteen - red one - blue seventeen - red one — yellow twelve — yellow eight — purple fourteen — blue fourteen - yellow eight - yellow nine — blue four — yellow two - blue four- green five - red six — purple twelve - green four — blue eleven - blue eight - green seventeen - green three - green four — red nine — green seven - yellow seven — purple eleven — red fifteen - red two - green thirteen - yellow five - blue thirteen - blue five - green fifteen - blue fourteen - red six- red ‘ six - black three - blue eight - blue seven - green two — red six — blue fourteen — green Write: It's a TIMESII/ EN GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.
  14. 14. E50 sro. toc Tin 3, iva' = { IES VEH! GAMES‘ Numbers 5 »; r Chase the How fast can a cheetah run? Colour the numbers from seven to ten. Colour the numbers from twelve to twenty-three. Colour the numbers from twenty-five to thirty-one. Colour all the numbers over thirty-three. Now add all the other numbers together. Write: A cheetah can run at . ... ... ... ... ... .. km per hour. . _f_l_ve$ ‘LI’ cra2.l. L _ __ , __eat. -' Britain ‘Vl- ‘ TIMESM/ El EIMES O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. 6 a £32 ah!
  15. 15. .. I I 'l. I.'Lll'll. 'lI'lI'lll'll. 'llT'll. .'ll. " I I all . I II II ll PU II I Pl III II bl l Il Pl Pl TIMES/ I VER GAMES Numbers Fin the Treasure I, M ,1 "» Ill)” . , I 1.1.‘. WI . ' I 7 ‘wt : u / ’ SECRET CODE BOOK ten = I eleven = N twelve = E thirteen = R fourteen = T fifteen = W one = A three = 0 four = D five = B seven = S eight = H nine = U 14-8-12 14-13-12-1-7-9-13-12 10-7 9-11-4-12-13 14-8-12 5-3-1-14 5-12-14-15-12-12-11 14-8-12 . 14-13-12-12-7 -‘l: ;r«l. .:z* ‘-° :1‘ W" - * »3’Z1‘t7”é Where is the treasure? Write it here . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... at . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .- . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... to and draw an arrow on the picture. I TIMESAVER GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.
  16. 16. Colours The Colour Circle How many colours can you find? Write: 1. red 2. . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . Fill the spaces with names of colours or the words darker or lighter. H Grey is . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. than . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . but it's . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . than black. _ Pink is . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . than red but it's . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . than white. Orange is . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . than brown but it's . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . than yellow. Cream is . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . than white but it's . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . than yellow. You mix . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . and . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . to make green. You mix . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . and red to make orange. You mix red and . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . to make pink. YIMESAVER EAMES O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. I . <.. _.e. .; ' 1 »«. .~'. ~;‘sm. ...
  17. 17. If LogicPuzzles g ¥ Find the Dogs ‘ My dog likes hawurgers. He's very fat. Myldog is black and white. He likes playing football. ‘~ Our dog likes birds. He's small and thin. My dog is big and black. She likes ice cream g Can you find the dogs? Match the people to the dogs. lF. l'll'll. 'llTll. “.l. .'ll. "’l. 'll"ll. 'll. 'll. 'll. 'll. 'llfilTllTllTllTllTlJT'llTliTlJfl1Ti]TliTiJfiifiifufli
  18. 18. w----'— T’ — - .1 bulary , Make a Sentence AND 0501? (I@Qg8 How many sentences can you make?
  19. 19. .l7lli'll. 'll. 'llHl. l.7lI'lll'll. 'll. 'll.7l. 'll.7l. "llfilEll3TlTll.7lT'l§ll'lll"llTll7llTllTll"ll7'll7 . i‘llTIMESAVERiG'lI. MES§ Making plans / numbers Subtract 6 from each of these numbers: 33, 51, 28, 30, 30, 28, 35, 81 How about going D3333333? Add 7 to each ofthe numbers 42, I2, 42, 35, 15, 22,68 What about going 133333333? Divide each of these numbers by 2 54, 34, 74, 88, 88, 44, 58, 150 What do all these people want to do at the weekend? Can you do this puzzle? Work out the maths and find the right letters on the wheel. Can you spell the words? Why don't we watch a Cl33:D'-’ Subtract 11 from these numbers 72, 33, 80, 23, 48 Let's play Add 9 to these numbers 29, 28, 28, 53, 23, 9, 33, 33 Why don't we go to the D333? Divide these numbers by 2 88, 36, I02, 26 — YIMESAVEH GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAIINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. I J.
  20. 20. (i}TlMESAVEI? :lGAMES Families / logic puzzles ‘ This is my family. Can you find out. who they all are? Read this and write the names in the spaces. 3: Mary is taller than Sue. Sue is next to Emily. Emily is older than David but not as old as an Mary. Joe is between Mary and David. Molly is in front of Emily. Cathy is behind Felix ‘[9’ and next to Robert. Cathy is the oldest. David is the youngest. el = = ‘G: = = H = Q‘: = = I = Id Now colour them. Joe's wearing a red jumper and blue trousers. Cathy's wearing a blue dress, a green hat and a yellow scarf. fl Mary's wearing a green jumper and black trousers. . ,,, Sue's wearing orange trousers and a yellow shirt. Robert's wearing a brown jacket, a white shirt and green trousers. Emily's wearing a white T-shirt and purple shorts. David's wearing a blue T-shirt and brown trousers. Felix is black and white. Molly's grey. ix Now draw Luke's family tree and put the right words in the spaces. mother father brother sister grandmother grandfather grandfather: Joe ll . 3 . - .135!‘ '11 1:11.. L431: 1:111 1:111 II'. l.. xl‘II| 1111 l‘llI I'll! l'lIl «Ill 151! mil l‘Ill mil i'! Il lflllmlflll 131: 1511 H11 1111 i-ni. ea111 n'lll :1: ran «an an 1 I l Illl = . TIMESAVER GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. IHII
  21. 21. Tuva- in Memory games ’ S h IB Dan s o oo ag "ll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'll'll'll'll'll. 'l This is Dan's school bag. Look at it for two minutes. Then ask your teacher to give you the questions page. See if you can remember what's in the bag.
  22. 22. ihot iesa' tiva I650‘ ivly 2 the 1 en_ use sses ngii iesai son. m e- zzles I950 ssror )toc« 0nd. 2 Tirr on I l Spa TIMESAVER GAMES Memory games/ describing others / logic puzzles ‘ ’ ‘ A o Dan’s School Bag: QUBSEIOHS Can you remember what is in Dan's bag? In Dan's school bag there islare: ‘. :.. -v . ~.; e.. ,.. .. ... .». ..~. »_»~. ... 2.. . . I3 two pens Cl four pens I: 6 pens El two pencils 3 four pencils L3 6 pencils El a rubber 3 a ruler I: scissors I3 an apple 3 a banana I: an orange I3 two school books 3 3 school books E 4school books I3 a Gameboy J 3 a Walkman I: a CD player I3 a Boyzone CD 3 a Boyzone cassette [3 a tie I3 a shoe 3 atrainer I: 5 batteries I I3 3 batteries 3 4 batteries [3 16 sweets I3 8sweets 3 12 sweets I: 16 batteries There are two other things in the picture. What are they? I 2 The Mouse Girls You decide to start a new band called The Mouse , @ Ga I Girls. There are four girls in your band: Posh Mouse, 0 Sporty Mouse, Scary Mouse and Baby Mouse. But there's a disaster - you can't remember their real names. Read the sentences about them and write the correct name next to each picture. Sue is the oldest. Tracey is very unfit. Jackie thinks pink is a colour for babies and she never wears trainers. Sue hates wearing smart clothes and she likes football. Milly is very shy and quiet. Jackie is good friends with Prince William and his other posh relations. Tracey is older than Milly. TIMESAI/ Ell GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAIINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. )
  23. 23. I. 'll, 'll, 'l'. "' L; E; F3 E r E3 L; .I: E; E; I‘? E F‘ E Q r- If: it E E E. T: E Describing othersl logic puzzles X7 0 School friends 1 Alice isn"c From Ca__na_cl&; . (38!! ! isn't from Britain. 5 Nick cloesrik liKe baseball. Alice doesn‘t-. like -Football. The American likes baseball. The Australian likes tennis. The American is ten years old. The Canadian is twelve years 0'0‘- Sam “K66 Football. Kate likes 91"‘ ‘3*‘€‘5- um ‘ 7/ / H ‘7 Q I ‘ fl . ‘ / K Isl“. m r ‘V ‘@ W ‘ . --. 'I'- i ' ‘ ‘IF " ’ W W% vm%@ ' E a E II WE W 1 ol Hollanmrias ho ft is “mam” Internali na flfifi W % m @ Kate, Alice, Sam and Nick are four new pupils at Holland Park School. They come from four different countries. They are different ages and they like different sports. Read the text in the bubbles. Fill in the grid with | / for yes and X for no. Then complete the sentences. C O @ % m ”‘ 2?; % Alice is years old. She is from is her favourite sport. Kate Nick Sam YIMESAI/ Ell EIIMES O MARV GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN lMPRlNT OF SCNOLASUC (NC.
  24. 24. _ ‘ TIMESAVER GAMES Hobbies Hobbies These people are talking about their hobbies. Find two things which belong to each person. )t a ‘a 0. My favourite e hobby is pointing and I like ”» rollerblading too. e *5 At the weekend 1 I like reading in 1 like Skiing but rrw like playing gem-, ;'_g_ my bedroom. I also like f‘"’°‘{"‘e habby '5 il When raining) I the clarinet and Playlng computer like listening go I play in the school orchestra. What is your favourite hobby? ra. ;.: :;i: .:. :;: n‘. i.; .:7“'"1 l 7 There are four things which don't belong to l anyone. What are they? I""""""""" I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L. .._. .._______, .__ Q TIMESAVEII GAMES O MARY GLASGOW M/ GAZlNES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. l'il. ..l4l. -l4l l1Ic. m_. l4I i'4I. _iail. .w Hl. .ilI. -i1l l? l|. ... lll. l1l Hl-. .1ll. .iiil l1l. ll‘. .l’ll l= il-1Il-Hl l'l‘-l= ll. -l‘4ll 111.111 W l'l‘. _l! l.-l'l‘ W
  25. 25. 3.. .. fih , , i . Mg fiilv III IIIIII . a at HIII. I/. WH. . . IIIIIIIIIII la. TIMESAVER GAMES Animals / days, months and seasons Do you know the days of the week in English? Can you fit them into the grid? Name the Animals Name the animals and do the puzzle. There is a message for a special day in the year. Which day, and what is the date? . . . / . , 1/. z. x . . . ,8/V , / , .. .5 . . w d . H . h . s . .., .,; ,/. ./. i . T M / ,7 / ./V/ ../ /u/ .2.zL I. F‘_r. _r. nr. ..Erar. —r. _r. F._r_nr_hr. _r. fir_F_Er. F._r_EEr_fir_Erar_F_Enr__r_E. r
  26. 26. Animals / comparatives A O Animal Puzzle s, , How much do you know about these animals? Answer true or false and follow the arrows to get to W the end. The letters spell the lye names of two more animals. he en_ ise "' es 1‘ 09 V Koala bears are gi, Dolphins are smaller than Sm ii The blue whale blgger than kangaroos. .. Jr-ll . whales. ‘E IS the largest .65 Polar bears are better swimmers uins. Baby kangaroos are smaller than baby polar bears. Cheetahs are faster than Squirrels are more intelligent than dolphins. Zebras are bigger than horses. Squirrels are smaller than koala bears. The two animals are: are faster than leopards. A E5Al/ Ell GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZlNES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. ) . ... i . .a-. ... .n. . .4" -. ... nan. .. ai. rm. .. u ‘; ‘‘l u4n«_.1nu 41:1: I3I, «,. lCll Illl IEIII ran :2}:
  27. 27. :*’%IiM£s2i_r£Bi£2IMEs~ Animals The Polar Bear Puzzle What can the polar bear smell? What is under the ice? How much do you know i about polar bears? Write the answers in the grid. The anagrams help you. 1 The mother polar bear makes a hole under the ice for her — (siabbe) 2 Polar bears have — under their feet (riha) g 3 A baby polar bear is — when it is born (nibld) 4 A baby polar bear hasn't got — hair on its body when it is born (yan) A polar bear can — at a speed of 10km " f I a an hour(msiw) . . « -. - . é'~Q/ ~ -- 6 A polar bear’s — is full of vitamin A (vleir) r( . .._«_T’:7 ' 7 Polar bears like to ~ Arctic foxes (tae) ’V I 8 Polar bears often — for up to 33 years (vile) The answer is in the shaded part of the grid. 1.7flFllfll. 'll. 'll7ll. 'll'll. "l1.'ll. 'll; 'li. 'll. "ll. 'llTl1.‘lL717’ Ostriches lay very big eggs! How long does it take to boil an ostrich egg? Find out! Q Cross out the numbers between six and eleven G Cross out the letters ofthe alphabet between H and N and Q and Z 0 Cross out the colours. The answer is minutes. YIMESAVER GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.
  28. 28. TIMESAVEIFIGAMES Personality quizzes / sometimes/ often/ never/ a/ways Adopt Animal All of the animals are in danger. You can adopt an animal and take it home to live with you, but first, you must find out which animal ho: is best for you, your personality and your habits. 950' a _Do this test to find your ideal animal. iva’ l always enjoy parties I often play sport V0! IOC( ; I always want things my way I often have conversations with people I don't know I'm never frightened
  29. 29. 'll['Tl. Tll: 'lli7l. ill.7l. ill.7l. i'lTll7ll"llHl.7l. '7l.7l. Tll.7l.7l. 'll"ll7l. 'll. 'lfl. 'll7l. "ll.7lTli. Tll'll7ET" as-'3 ATIME$fll, VEfI: iiAMES Personality quizzes / sometimes/ often/ never/ always Adopt an N0 111% YES n-ja-2% My teacher often tells me off I usually work hard’. Lg , . My friends often come to me for help I always tell people what I think nussam cams o MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT or SCHOLASTIC mc. ; L-21;;
  30. 30. TIMESAVEI? GAMES Animalsl comparatives/ superlatives Animal Lovers Quiz The correct answers spell the names of 4 farm animals: 1 . Which animal runs faster over a short distance? . ., ‘_: ,.v' l_; __l an anonda llwfié . ‘%llé(lI ll 3 ll/ i'/ .“nll. i a baby kangaroo El a baby panda 5. which is heavier? 6. Which runs‘ faster? 1/ _. h 7. Which is bigger? El an African elephant lEl a blue whale 8. Tigers use ill they move ‘bat , the marks their ears ’ their ears to m _‘ on their ears to hear ‘talk’ to one «. show which and another family they come from 6 TIMESIVER GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF S(HOLASTlC INC. ) l'l'. .i‘lLll' l1'. ..l1'_ll' l1'. l'l'_ ill at .111, H‘ . i'-. ww l’l‘. .H‘-lll iiunniii ni. .i1I_ni ii. .i! n-n rr n%-i1I. ;iT= 11"
  31. 31. lfllfllTllTllFllflli_llTll7l_llTllTll71TllTllTllTlll_ll—llTl]Tll7lTll_llTUTUl7l_l1H]fllflli l, ll l, lll Anima| s/ comparatives/ super/ atives M O 0 Animal Lovers Quiz 0 ° " 9. How long can a sea lion stay under water? .. O ’ l O _) ' ‘ Jr. C H Elwminutes 1/ I " lEl30minutes / "1" ’l l§l4hours 10. Which of these do killer whales eat? . . M/ ”@. ... ... ‘ ¢_—_-34 El 121 litres 1 1 . How many litres of water can a camel drink in ten «.1 minutes? 12.Arhino can , , M -—_. .I hear better than it can see El see better than it can hear ‘ 1 lg see better than it can smell 1 3. An emu attacks things . // / 14. Which lives longer? 15. Which lives longer? 16. which lives [:1 longer? 17. Which lives longer? El a chimpanzee / /2 lil a camel C TIMESAVER GAMES © MARY GLASGOW MAGAIINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.
  32. 32. 3 I1‘ Describing others / logic puzzles I'll I'll It . a‘ la‘ an n. t Where's Ben? Read about the dogs and find him. . Write the names by the dogs. What's Ben doing? Write the answer. Holly doesn't like playing with the cat. Max likes water. m. Jqi «as m HI I'll l'1l; .:: lHI. ... m I'll-.131. 1!! 1’-rial! !! I'll .111.: .-4!! H! tall‘-‘ll Lucy likes playing the guitar. Bruno, Jess and Oscar like playing with the Christmas tree angels. Ellie likes eating bananas. Lucky and Sophia like playing with the ball. Barny, Bonny and Benjy like eating pizza. Cassie likes skiing. What about Ben? Ben likes playing with the HI I5! l! l I'll I! l.. .., l!l, ..ll' TIMESIVER EAME5 O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. I All HI
  33. 33. TIL’ = ir1MEsAI! Elil‘i’GAME. ..$i Verbs (Past tense) I eseue the Lover There are some people who get themselves into trouble by helping animals. I Help the fireman get to the top of the tree. Choose the correct word in each line so you can read the true story of what happened to the man and the cat. I 3’ some i it rim . I looked ‘Whig’ (i'. ‘%il33}‘. f"'°95 “‘“"‘” . ii . l.'lI. 'li. 'llfllfifil. ”iIfilfil.7l. :ll'li7llTll. 'll7ll'll"ll'lT. ITll. "liTllTll. 'l1."l]. 'llTll. 'llTllTll TIMESA vsn cams o MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT or sci-ioLAsnc mc. :"u; ’.31=‘, .15“!
  34. 34. TIMES/ l VER GAMES Animals The Pet Shop a 1 ill llll‘lIlll fa} 'v. '.x'= Look at the two pictures of the pet shop and write down the 1 0 differences. 1. in picture A, a cat is fishing but in picture B a dog is fishing. all . DEIDETIID In Great Britain dogs and cats are the most popular pets. What do you think is the third most popular pet? Write the first letter of the names of each of these things and you can name the pet. 32 TIMESAVER GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC . .. '.. =l‘. .l, ”-. _ll—. _-_l. l.'. .J]’
  35. 35. I IlCl. 'lI'll. “ Animals i/ Q‘) Animals A — Z a ~. /~/ ),. g V You need these animals for the game on page 36. kangaroo TIMESAI/ ER GAMES © MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.
  36. 36. 595 Igir !5Dl one ne- 1' Adjectives IN Yo need these adjectives for the game on ge 36. INII IIWI I'll UM.
  37. 37. IT n B TIMESAVEB GAMES Adjectives AMAZING ADJECTIVE5 You need these adjectives for the game on page 36. . .i'll. _lI. _ll. _lfli—lI—l]Tl]i—ll. _l]Tll jiuwvfl A Inn frightening TIMESAI/ Eli GAMES © MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRlNT OF SCHOLASTIC lNC. AHUI'lITIIHIHl7llTllUIlT'lITll7ll. 'lIl7llfllTlli'llTll. 'llTlI
  38. 38. l TIMESAVEI? GAMES Personality Quizzes G , C O - Favourite Animals . v Look at the animals on page 33. What is your favourite animal? Choose one animal. ll Write: a My favourite animal is alan Why? I like it because it's (choose three words from pages 34 and 35) (1) and (2) m! 'D. :34'D _ and (3) ‘J g Now choose your 2nd favourite animal. *5 Write: My 2nd favourite animal is alan Why? I like it because it's (choose three more words from pages 34 and 35) r (1) '1 and (2) I and (3) Now choose your 3rd favourite animal. Write: My 3rd favourite animal is a/ an Why? I like it because it's (choose three more words from pages 34 and 35) (1) and (2) and (3) Now ask your teacher for the analysis of your choices. ‘I TIMESAVEH GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. -11! J"-ll. ...1]I. Hi am .11! HI —i'iI. -.niI. .i: i1 Hl_IlI. .i‘II Ill. -.. lIl_l?1l l'll. ..Iill. an i3i. JILi1i l7Il. ..liIl_. .III‘ I'= Il. _lll. .l'»I' i= ll. .J= I‘. l=l‘ H‘ . i1‘. ..l1’. ... .
  39. 39. II I. I.. I Hi l. ll. l l. ..llll Adjectives Adjective Maze The answer is always in the next square. mm tall beautiful expensive black M—M—fl mummn MMMM 11 You mix red and blue 1 An elephant is this 20 This describes a party colour to make this colour 21 This describes people 2 The sky is this colour 12 Horror films are - with a lot of money 3 A blg Part)! I5 ' 13 Ants are - 22 This describes the 4 The opposite of old 14 A tomato is - colour of some money 5 The opposite of ugly 15 Chairs, beds and 23 This describes a good 6 Grass is this colour Tables are ' Joke 7 Opposite of The Opposite of easy Queen Ellzabeth, Mr . . . Bean and Shakespeare 8 A shape with four 17 Einstein was very - are _ equal Sides 18 The opposite of boring 25 This doesn't describe 9 Snow is this colour 19 a tortoise Pizzas and Pavarotti 10 Nice weather are- What does your picture look like? I] a fish [1 an alien E] my best friend l: l me TIMESAI/ Ell GAMES 9 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. I] a dog I: a house C] an elephant I: a plant
  40. 40. S0 roc 3C[ im at . ”‘TIMESA; VERl?3}lMESi Can (modals) Can you find all the missing things? Take the letters from the squares marked 8. You can find the thing which you need to help you get to school on time. ACROSS 1 You can sleep in it (3) 2 You can wear it on your head (3) 4 You can drive to town in it (3) 6 You can fly to America in it (9) 8, You can cut things with it (5) 1 1 You can talk to your friends in other towns with it (9) 14 You can send a letter with this (5) 15 You can open a door with this (3) TIMESM/ Ell GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. DOWN 1 You can cross the river with this (4) 1 You can drink this in England (3) 5 You can read it (4) 7 You can take photos with it (6) 9 You can wear them on your feet (5) 1 0 You can buy things with it (5) 12 You can see in the dark with it (4) 13 You can go for a walk in it (4) The mystery thing is a 1.1: has .1: . -.a-u in: deal 1-. III , .llIl 1'-II tar Ill 5 H i '1 E
  41. 41. IQTIMESAVERNGAMES English—speaking world / : i_T_>rjE@ a 5; ) : a- I '3‘ , ._2_. '- V4 Z 2 . "R 7 % 1’ y I /30‘ T; Q‘ _: 3 t . _ / /./ / ’/ V? 1 It's a town in the east of Scotland. 2 It's the name of a Scottish lake with a famous monster. 3 It's the highest mountain in Scotland. 4 it's the name ofa group of islands to the north-east of Scotland. 5 It's a Scottish town to the south of Aberdeen. ‘ ‘ 6 It's a Scottish city to the east of Glasgow. A 7 It's a country to the south of Look at the map of Scotland, Scotland h ' . . . than answer t e questmns 8 It's a city in the west of Scotland. TIMESAI/ En EAMES o MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT or scnomsric wc. :. 39"’ 'l'll. 'l7Il imT7lfil. 'lli'li. ‘ili"ll"'ll.
  42. 42. YIMESAVER amt: o MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINTOF SCHOLASTIC mc. ‘}TlMESA_l{Efl3GZlMESj; Shopping / quantities upermarke Maze Begin at the START sentence and follow the maze. If you think the sentence is correct, follow the black arrow. If you think the sentence is wrong, follow the white arrow. You will get out of the maze if you go to all the sentences once and make the right decisions. much tomatoes Last. time. D Have we gol: enough chocolate? l D III i1i. .nii'ii l1‘_J1'. ..lT’ ll‘_liLJfl'L. ..flLJ]Llfl? iiknis l1‘ ii‘ iii iii” IT iii? 1]" it m_iJ’= __ii‘_i3i_i3;iJLiJ; i:iE. .JLJJ; .lJ; _l2l;
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  44. 44. EIIMESA VEIi. —JiGAME$ Put the sentences in the bubbles. It's perfect! It's too old! it's too heavy! It's too big! It's too expensive! It's too tall! It's too wide! It's too small! V A . JJl, .I; lL_JJL_iZl! .__. l,ll_. Hi lll. -.JJJ_JJ! _JJ! __. JlL_JJL. ... )l)_, JJl, Jl! ..JlL. _JJL. J]L.1"ll. w.l]l___. lJLJlL_Jl1_. -ll‘ JII. ..Jli__JlI. .lll. ..J‘1'1._. .J]I. . ll'. .Jl'. .._! l'asH'. ... .4
  45. 45. T «J E .2 E L; ll'll. i"ll. ,'llFllfll, “i. "li. .'li. i TIMESAVEB GAMES Shopping The Birthday Toby is going shopping because it's his mother's birthday. What is he buying for her? Use the letters in the squares with the little birthday cake candles to make the word. They are not in the right order. ACROSS In the sandwich bar you can buy things to take . ... .. or eat there (4) You can buy a pair of . ... .. and a scarf for the winter (6) ”Have you got any trainers in size 6?’, ’ ” . ... .. , I'm sorry, we've only got them in size 5.” (2) ”Do you have any Japanese food? ” ” . ... .. , what would you like? ” (3) ’’I’d like some . ... .. to eat with my strawberries, please. ” (5) ”Can l help you? ” "Yes, please, ____ _. - like to buy some sunglasses. ” (2) 10 13 15 16 18 19 20 If you want to buy some sports clothes, .. .. . . to the sports department on the ground floor (2) Always remember to say "please” and” . ... .. you" (5) (See 8 Down) (2) ”Do you like the blue hat? ” "No, .. .. . . doesn't suit me. ” (2) "Have you got any of these T—shirts in blue . ... .. green please? ” (2) (See 11 Down) "I'd like some bluejeans, .. .. . . . ” (6) The birthday present is a ‘’ Present DOW; 1 2 3 Ul-h 11 12 14 16 17 ”Have you got . ... .. medium T-shirts please? ” (3) He/ she serves you in a shop (9) Do you like to . ... .. shopping at the weekend? (2) "I'd like . ... .. trainers please. ” (4) ”Have you got any bananas please? ” ” . ... .. I'm sorry, we haven’t. ” (2) ’’I’d like some potatoes because I'm going to . ... .. supper. ” g (and 15 Across) When you want the assistant to help you, you say this (6, 2) (and 19 Across) ’’I'd like to . ... .. these trainers, please” (3,2) [I in your size. ” (5) ”You can buy a baseball cap . ... .. the sports department. ” (2) "Excuse . ... .. !” (2) . ... .. you got any red hats, please? ” (4) ’’I’m . ... .. , we haven't got any trainers
  46. 46. Personality quizzes/ sometimes/ often/ never/ a/ways G D Do you have Do this simple test to find out how hard (or easy! ) your life is at home. PartOne A: Never B: Ra rely How often do you have to. .. How often do you have to. .. C: Sometimes D: Quite frequently E: Very often F: Always/ Every day Put a letter (A — F) after each question below to say how often you have to do something, then look at the key at the bottom of the page and add up your . score. Then look at page 45. How often do you have to. .. How often do you have to. .. do the laundry? |___l do the washing-up? l: l do the ironing? l: l make your bed? l: l clean your bedroom? l: l lay the table? E] How often do you have to. .. How often do you have to. .. (Vii) do the housework? [:1 (viii) do the cooking? I: (ix) do the shopping? El (x) wash the car? l: l m TIMESIVEII GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAIINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INCD l1l. u.l! I|@l1' 11' ulilt l‘l' l'l'_J1l. _l'l’ l"l'. J'«l'. l'l’ l'l'gi‘l'. ..l'l' ll'. .ll‘. ..ll’ l]Ll]’J3[J]’;4_l'. _ll; lL_l. lC__ll; _l. lL. lZlLlZlL_l. l_. l.l; _l. l._. lJ. l
  47. 47. TIMESAVER GAMES Personality quizzes / must/ mustn't Do ou have or . after each sentence, then look at the a I key at the bottom ofthe page to work H 0 out your total for this section. fll. lli l I ll) Jfljillfllfllfll I mustn't eat sweets or I mustn't stay up late snacks between meals. watching television. . —l ll I I mustn't invite friends to dinner without asking my parents first. I mustn't put my feet on the furniture. / /// ; I n/ /V, /// /-/ -u/ //I/ "I"u/ I/ I/ // / /I/ //, "”’r/1/40”” will I / //y” /1 . I’ , ‘In if { ml . 0/ . _’, "_ ‘ll llillllllllliilll I mustn't have any I mustn't have long te| e— I mustn't lie in bed at parties. phone conversations. El the weekend. .7]Tll.7llTl1.7l1Tl1flJTl1TllTl1Tl] —, , . / 2 '7.; .“' l A to / , , . OZ‘ ’ / . 4'7, - I mustn't talk with my mouth full. Key: . 3 FALSE = O for all questions My total ls T I True = 5 5 True = 4 9 True = 5 T°tal 1 (page 44) “’a5——-— 2 True = 4 6 True = 3 10 True = 3 My grand total ism 3 True = l 7 True : 5 11 True :1 When you know your grand total, ask your 4 True = 3 8 True = 2 12 True = 4 teacher for the analysis ofyour hard life. TIMESAVEII GAMES 0 MAR)! GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPFHNT OF SCHOLASTIC INC r dlujlflljlndnlrlljdfldfldfldnlfll
  48. 48. TIMESAVEB GAMES Sometimes/ often/ never/ always Welcome to Sillyville 1 the bank 2 I always do the 3 I 119119; read P . K$ books. 4 W 5 6 l I alwa ' M , ys help 1n , /" J A E 5 L munxiaIiIIi1). II"”-q- Look at this picture of Sillyville and choose the right text for each speech bubble. m TIMESAVEII EAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. ) . -u an mu 4:1 :1: an III in III III III III I-I. ..‘-I III 1!! 1!! I'll ,11I. ,J1l I'll l'll_J7l I1! l7ll. _.. f:ll. .l-ll ollrlleed
  49. 49. V. TIME51|VEB“'GAMES‘ Making plans The Can you find the two paths through the maze? Andy speaks first. Follow Andy's path in red and Lydia’s path in blue. STA RT ‘ . rpbmh. Let'2sgoond he @ seeScmm . 4 mm. o Dub How out toai do (0 Now add up the numbers on Andy's path to find out the height (in metres) of Nelson's Column (in Trafalgar Square) and add up the numbers on Lydia’s path to find out the date ofthe Battle of Trafalgar. ‘ Nelson's Column is metres high. The Battle of Trafalgar was in the year IIMESAVEII MMES O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.
  50. 50. TIMES/ IVER GAMES Personality quizzes Are gov a good Frien ® Do got; care about , < ‘ _ the environment? / .36 . e as ‘/ H I" the home 9 >7 3 %"‘”J 7 ® I . r” . * r: ~ , 1:” ‘I aiitzwaiw % - Ye: 374 @ 3 ' ‘ . P ? > A —»-= " 523 =15 ‘ I V‘ I I . Do gov belongtoa wildliFe club V’ 'HzlL (cg-the Worldwide Punt/ For/ /afil/ /‘e)_? . I. T "1? g . . E ' lI1%‘’: ,4L LJ1?s, iJ; JJ? _-. -JJ; .J—J; Ji1m_. .-1J—; —.Jii——Mm if if T .4. D u neF‘er Cgrriffzis Ebooks of‘ cartoon Are our Fr-gen always :1 Do you bug ‘green’ things (egwashing powder) — thi n 33 good for the ’ '_ilLJTIL_ii‘_i3‘. _i? iL. fl'_J1’_iJ‘_iJ'_iT. _iJ'. _iJ
  51. 51. Personality quizzes . ‘. ‘ . ‘ ‘Ln ; ;,1a? s Imagine you «me rich: Do gov grvemoneg co chamtg (9.3 : %neifiecfiMdoyyF7 - Do you wear it Dogoulike 03/43‘ ‘ii 1,3395 jeans tellJos ®‘’ 5 H a . /,1» 0‘ , Can gousing E’ l "‘ F yes Do gov like to sit in your‘ this week's . - room and do nothing? I qmzs" ; ii lg‘ .51 Ii N ber 1 song irli: 'l: .'im: .'1i: 'l
  52. 52. VTIMESAVER GAMES Clothes / pronunciation 1 LI CIothes Rhymes s it tennis racket candles i half 2 Do you know how to say the names ofall these clothes (on the left of the page)? Look at the things on the right and find the words to rhyme with each of the clothes, for example, tie and sky. _MflflflJflMLmflflJUMLmflEEHULREEJEJMTITIflIfl I TIMESJVER EAMES O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. _flLfl
  53. 53. W liflli III Picture Look at the pictures and write the words in the crossword grid I , in II’ rIMEs2ivEH: sAMEs Clothes / body
  54. 54. TIMESAVEB GAMES Clothes ‘, Clothes in Space Write the names ofthe clothes next to the pictures. Look at the little numbers in the boxes. Put the correct letters from the boxes with numbers in the boxes at the bottom of the page. Learn a new fact about the planet Uranus! 000000000000OOOOOOIOOOOOOOOOOOIOOOOOIOOIOOOOIOOOOOIOOOOOOOOOCO IE 18 1 17 12 ‘ F9 I4 5 18 ‘I12 1 I F IT 5 18 2 _'8_l I11 I13 —'18 1 12 . l _l 45I: ‘I187146‘I7I 1467115 :1 l. 41.. 1 I11I6 15I12I578 TIMESIIVEH GAMES O MARV GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. n1,la1,l1l 111 . .,I1|. .l'll nu . ._I1lol1' I1‘. .._. I’il. _.J‘il. .soI'IL. .II'_. .J1'. ,.. IJ'o. ..liI' ILILJ]LJ]L. I.ILl. lLl. I1_JJL. .l. lL. _I. IL. _I. lLI. ll_. l.l. ... IJ. ,.. .l. I,. .o. .l. I;. ..lJ; ... .Ii I
  55. 55. is [:1 E F. E F. r E ‘. .II I he Clothes Sh a pair of socks a shirt a sweater " a pair of trousers a pair of shoes at tracksuit To play this game you need: 0 two, three or four players 0 dice O three. counters for each player Look at the pictures of clothes and choose Y°'" m°Ve5 your three favourite items of clothing. . YOU Can m0Ve the counter from left to right, from top to bottom and from Write their names on a piece of paper. Put a counter on one of the boxes. Then throw the dice and move the counter. If you land on a box with one of your favourite items, leave bottom to top_ the counter on that box and continue the game with the second counter. If not, It s the . You can also next player's turn to throw the dice. Change direction. The winner is the first person to get hislher , But you cannot three counters In the correct boxes. E E move diagonally. TIMESAVEII GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. age. .. ' > . .. c. _
  56. 56. IL I . l English-speaking world I If 03 A Down U nder ‘Down under’ is the English nickname for Australia. Are you an Australia expert? Answer these questions and choose ‘true’ or ‘false’ and join the dots to complete the map of Australia. If your map looks like the correct shape, use an atlas to find out where these cities are: Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. _liLl3LJi‘_lT_l]L_l]L_lI; J.l’_ Australia is bigger than Europe. A jumbo jet takes about 40 hours to I fly from Australia to Britain. Australia is 25 times bigger than Britain and Ireland. Australia has seven states. The capital of Australia is Canberra. Sydney is in the state of Western Australia. Sydney is bigger than Canberra. Summer in Australia is from December to February. Australians pay for things with Australian dollars. The Aborigines are the original people of Australia. The Outback is a large area in the middle of Australia. Cattle and sheep farming is very important in the Outback. There are ten times more sheep than people in Australia. The east of Australia has more people than the rest of the country. E YIMESAVEII GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. ) lIl. ..I'll_lI‘ I'll . l‘l‘. l'l‘ lI‘. ,.fl‘. l'l‘ l1‘. .J‘I‘_ I1‘ l1', ..II‘-. l‘l‘ lI'J5l', JI'J3'_l3', .__lI’_lZl'. _l3'__l]
  57. 57. Queensland 1? g1 17' South Australia .23 .9 New South Wales 29 .25 Victoxia TIMESAVEN GAMES *5 MAR‘! GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC WC. E
  58. 58. 4——2-ma aw" "jTlME$AVER:1?AMES Family The Phantom mily Tree Meet Wilma the Witch and her family. Write the names in the spaces. mE“€E E n; 6 S 1 . Wilma’s father is called Willie the 7. Victor the Vampire is Vanessa's Wizard. husband. 2. Wilma’s grandmother (Vanessa the 8. Victor and Vanessa's daughter is Vampire) is married to Victor the called Victoria the Vampire. She is Vampire. Walter and Willie's sister. 3. Godfrey the Ghost and his wife 9. Gordon the Ghost is Gordon's son. Gertrude are Wimels grandparents’ 10. Gary the Ghost is Gordon's brother. 4. Wendy the Witch is Wilma’s mother. 11. Graham the Ghost is Gordon and 5. Walter the Wizard is Willie's brother. Gary's father. 6. Gertrude the Ghost’s two daughters 12. Gordon, Gary and their sister are called Veronica the Vampire Griselda are Wilma’s three cousins. and Vanessa the Vampire. . TIMESAVEH GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. m um m an inn iii -1! 1;). Nu l! l.. -J81 ran an am Hi liven: nu i‘1i. .J! ii :11 111.111 J'ii. z1i3L. Jil 111J1LJ'lI, ... l:'1L_. J1l. i‘lLJ1'. .z. .'l. l‘
  59. 59. W G G 7. Humour D A , Punch Lines Here are some jokes. The ‘punch line‘ is the part of the joke which makes you laugh. Can you find the correct punch lines for these jokes? 1. What has ten legs, three heads and two tails? a. A hot dog. b. How do you pronounce the letters Y-E-S? d. A penguin rolling down a hill. . .._J. —-_»! - 3, -_ _i 2. What kind of dog hashlo tail? 3. Which question always gets the answer ‘yes’? ' 4. Man: Doctor, I think I need glasses. . .."'J. 'll'll'll'll'll'll. 'l; l'll'll'll"ll'll'fl'll. 'll'li. " e. A man and a dog on a horse. 5. When can you say'| is . ... . . .' and not ‘I am . ... . . .'? 6. How many seconds are there in one year? 7. What do you call a boomerang which doesn't f, 'rwe| ve; January the come back? second, February t the second, etc. g. “l" is the ninth letter i l " of the alphabet. l E E E 8. Man: Doctor, I've got a problem. l’m seeing two of everything. ’_ Doctor: Lie on the sofa. '- Y0“ ‘e"t3i“'V "0! 9 T ' ' h . 9. What's black and white, black and white, black and his '5 t e bank white . ... . . .?, l YIMEHVEH GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN | MPRlNT OF SCHQLASTIC lNC.
  60. 60. TIMES/ IVER GAMES Daily routine / telling the time A ‘Day In My Life’ Game C -1. #6. ‘ You Donn’ ‘Do IIVA6 THE WASRRNG 0?. 5 Go KM‘-K To . E‘, Howie WOKK ‘*3 You LISTEN TO MUSlC ANb READ A MAGA7J NE ii-3. WHAT TIME Do you Have 38. You WA'‘c. ~l TV lAN'l'u. £ H. Go Foawktcv one smce . Miss A TUKN. 1.1. 24+. ‘Iou oer '% warn" TME 1N A MMHS iS LUNCH. -rest. ..-——) THREE SPACES. G e 111 Hi HI .1) m HI :1: Hi im 111-151 H! H! ui-. i'ii Hi. ..-l! Ll1I i1!. .1!Ii_fl! i1i. ,ns_, ,i=1r :11‘ . _ii1!. . 11' «I1! . fiI_. ..l3iI HI . .n1-. iiI ‘ii’ 3. You WASH YauR FACE. .. o»-©« ONE SPACE, 2. YOUR ALARM cLocK is You need a dice and some counters. Throw a six to start. On a ‘What time is it? ’ square, YIMESAVEN GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC j
  61. 61. I l'Il'lI. 'll. 'll. 'lIF.1"' T: l'li. 'Il. 'Ilfll. 'll'll'lI. 'Il'll"IlT'li Daily routine/ telling the time / , ay n y I e am A ‘D I M L'f" ’ G 5- A e » I . . ‘L W 2. svou BRUSH Yook T'E&TH. __ 60 fiotzwrcrzb Two SPACE-S. Do You FALL --- ,5 § III illli 2.7. You BURN YOUR CAKES N CooKeK‘I. .. 60 BACK To 2.6- You worm H-ARI: ALL. A(—nagNooN. .. Go Foizwmzb Two svncfis. ‘. our! CH€MisrR‘l EXFEKMENT ScflooL on TIME. .. 15 OK. .. HAVE IINOTHEK GO FORWARD Two SFIICES. :5. I You HAVE A 816 BREAKFAST. C70 FORWARD ONE SPACE. You AKE (ATE fog 5cuoo[_. .. Miss A THEN. ‘ I To BRUSH YouR THE Bus. .. TEETH 0 n ’ TEETH. .. so BACK To c_I_El-l_‘| M,, _ 60 BAcK ma "L5 SPACES if you get the time on the clock wrong, miss a turn. Good luck! I I I I I I I I I I I : TIMESAVEK GAMES (9 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHDLASTIC INC. I I I ; %wz. .« . . . ... - , . . ... ,_. .-. __. ... c.. ... ... ... ... ..». -.. ... ...
  62. 62. TIMESIIVEII EAMES D MARY GLASGOW MAGAIINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. I'll! /VIAESAI/ E3‘ English-speaking world The Cnada Quiz gégfi mockenzle river‘ Answer these ‘y I _ questions about V_ Canada and I H St Lowrencga some famous ; River ' Canadians and V C . . I A" Quebec find the name of °“°°””°' ‘ " °‘3°"“ W‘““‘I’“3 lllonbreolo * H P 0 ’ [ another famous _ A Um: “°‘”° °‘ °" Canadian . T (7 female singer. . . °’°" ° 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 1 1 1. Canada has two official 4. The Inuit people live in the north languages. What are they? (a) French and English - S (b) Spanish and English — E (c) French and Spanish — T of Canada. The words kayak, igloo and anorak are all Inuit words. What are the Inuit people often called? A _ . (a) Eskimos - N 2. WhatisthecapitalofCanada2 (b) Indians - E (a) Ottawa - H if (_c) Aztecs — G (b) Quebec City - O H (c) Toronto - L 3. What is the national symbol of Canada? (a) The buffalo . - F (b) The maple leaf - A (c) The polar bear - W fit HI I'll I‘IW. .J1l_I’I‘ :1v. Jam'n I1r, nI_. :1! .1¥_lav(l1~ |1v. J1LI1! I1h. ;iaL. ..I’I! —ii? I!e1i*. -.J3z~: I3u]; J3u]Ll_. sJ3L_lJ: __u__. IJ' I. ai
  63. 63. lll TIMESAVEH GAMES English—speaking world 5. In many areas Canadians use special snow vehicles. What are they called? (a) snowrides ‘ - H (b) skilids — O (c) skidoos - l ‘ 9. Celine Dion is a famous Canadian. She was a Eurovision Song Contest winner in 1988 singing for (a) France - E (b) Canada - B (c) Switzerland - A 6. The east coast of Canada is 5,500 kilometres from the west coast. 1 0. What's the name of the famous How long does it take to go from Canadian actor who was in The Montreal to Vancouver by train? Truman Show and Batman Forever? (a) one day and one night — K (a) Woody Allen — N (b) four days and four nights - A (b) Robin Williams - F (c) six hours - C (c) Jim Carrey - I 7. Canadian money is: (a) the dollar - (b) the pound — C'U-l (c) the franc — 8. Which of these is not a Canadian river? (a) the Yukon - . l (b) the St Lawrence - V (c) the Colorado - W TIMESAI/ ER mums o MARV GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT or SCHOLASTIC mc. 51
  64. 64. TIMESAVER GAMES Personality quizzes 1‘ Do You Watch I1’ Jr! ’ Fl‘ Fl‘ ml" “lil’#l3'_l E A F4 “i '7'. ‘ l E: e ’ _ ~ 3 I - » 6; ll _’. - ’ V" 7| . _ E: 7- I 3- 1. Do you watch television every day? yes no El as _ ‘ 2. Do you watch television more than three '5 " hours a day? yes no '3; 7‘ 3. Do you watch television before breakfast? yes no C( “ 1‘ 4. Have you got a television in your bedroom? yes no 5 3’ 5. Do you like watching television better 111.. I'll . than reading books? yes no i'! l 6. Do you like watching television better than going to the cinema? yes no 7. Do you have most of your meals in front mmmmmmmmmm Eitjmmmmmmm of the television? yes no 8. Do you like watching television better than 2 going for walks? yes no E 9. Ifthe phone rings when you are watching E television, do you answer it? yes no E 10. Do you ever watch the same video more S than three times? yes no E Now ask your teacher for the analysis. E F 6 TIMESM/ EH GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMVRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. ) E
  65. 65. .lT'. l7ll'll7.lI'llI lI'llI'llI l. 'llI"llI lI'llI'llI ITILTIIT [¥_l7_l I l all . l.7lI'7.lI'll7 ill Il. 'llI". l.""' IlI'llI"llI'llI"llI ll Memory games/ nature / humour Nature Watch Look at these pictures for three minutes and then turn to page 64. r, - “ 3 f| Vel' Can you speak ‘Calculator’? Can you understand your calculator when it speaks to you? Enter the number 0.7734 and turn your calculator upside down. What does it say? Is your calculator happy or sad? Enter the number ‘ 334.334 and turn your calculator upside down. What's the answer? Your calculator has got an English name. Enter the number 227. Multiply it by 2 and then by 17 and turn your calculator upside down. What's its name? Is your calculator rich? What has he got in his pockets? Multiply 3319 by 16, add 600 and turn your calculator upside down to find the answer. TIMES/ WEN GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN lM PRINT OF SCHOLASHC INC. 1
  66. 66. M- Memory games/ nature C Nature Watch Memory Test ¥_ 1. How many pictures are there? R f 2’ ——+———1 . C’l<: ~ ml . . fl 9 "~ m 2. How many pictures ofanimals are there? A ii I 4. What is between the picture of the rain and the picture of the flower? 5. What is under the picture of the cow? 6. Where is the field? 7. What is on the right of the cloud? 8. What is on the left of the seashell? 9. Is the forest on the left or the right ofall the pictures? 10. Is the fish at the top or the bottom ofall the pictures? 1 1. Where is the river? 12. Is the sky next to the bird or next to the flower? 64 TIMESAVEII GAMES ® MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. mm. I'll I'Il. .fll. .I'Il I'II. ..m. I1I I-II. I:II. -:I-II m. .I: I.. a1v I1v. ..i: I-n= . I1lJ! l.l1l I1! . I§I. _I1I :11‘ . ..l§l. .11' I‘1I. .-I‘iI Ia! I‘lI_I‘II. .Ifi' 11!
  67. 67. I. IJ UJ . I I I II} I ImIhuIuII H ‘III I ml ll TIMESA VER GAMES Must / mustn't Are You a Fish? Most people love water (swimming, sailing, water sports) orjust playing. But water is dangerous too and you must always be careful. Here are nine questions about water safety. Choose the answers and take the big letters under each one and write them at the bottom of this page. They make a new question and you can answer it. 6. If you are windsurfing near a beach what must you remember? 3. What must you remember when you go out on a boat in summer time? The sea is a bit rough and you must be very careful. ‘WHE Be careful! It's dangerous to swig I IDNH’ " The question is: My answer is: (,8. How long must you wait after a meal before swimming? It's best to use breast stroke. 5. At the swimming pool what must you remember if you want to dive? You must not dive if the water is less than 1 0 metres deep. UGOI . . . ,». .« 14:“. V: ;. e.~. .se. .-a~‘. .,
  68. 68. TIMESAVER GAMES Prepositions t, The History Puzzle 1“: The date is 980. The place is Britain. The Vikings are here. Put the right word in each gap to make sentences. ON IN UNDER BEHIND NEXT TO IN The horse is the tree. The cup is the stool. The dog is the river. The book is the table. The baby is the fire. The money is the bag. Find 5 things beginning with C I 2 3 4 5 Find 5 things beginning with B Now cover the picture and see if you can remember it. Put a mirror in front of the text below to see the questions. Yskshdsmtssflunmnmofi §fihD3 ’ 7.s. tsI5ssD~bQx)b. §I. Imn. ku0X§ V. .5I»i: >lLsI3§o. ~3.3n%sI3i0.g>4{Iob: ssn1sI§5s? n&n4l$ §s§. 'I3.I&iin3msI‘)t‘. ’In§I. I l'l‘. _.l’l‘«-I1‘ I1'. J='l‘_l'l‘ I'l‘. ..ll‘. - I1‘ I'I‘. fl‘. .I'I‘ I‘I'. ... l1'. -I'l' I1‘. ITJ]flIl-J]l. .J]l. __l]’J}? .l]Lll_l]l_l]Ll]LJ. lLJ3L_llLl3L. l.LJi' l TIMESAI/ ER GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.
  69. 69. "'. l.'llI'llI"ll. 'l'lI'llI'lI. 'llI'lll'lI. 'l. l. II'llI'll. 'llI'llI'llI'llI"'3.'I? ." 'lII'l. l.'ll. 'll. "‘. l.‘.3'. 'llI"'. l.‘. I.‘. Ifllfllfll. TIMESA VER GAMES Weather $9 What’s the Weather Like? Fill in the months on this calendar. What's the weather like in July? What's the weather like in October? It's It's What's the weather like in March? How do you feel in December? It's I feel Look at these faces. How does he feel? Choose the right word. SAD TIRED THIRSTY HAPPY HUNGRY
  70. 70. l 1 ll fTIMESAl/ ER« GAMES Telling the time 'l’II _. ,,11| , el‘iI essage 3.Z‘l". l.§'2.“I. i‘. '22?‘ ‘V; J A five past three twenty—five to nine half past seven five to twelve ["11 1'! » :11! rn _J‘l| , B five to seven twenty past nine 5 an se V _ es V ' ’ V E in . . W. C five to three five to nine five to one quarter past nine _; in 65 . I 6' . . . l in . . , . . . ' D quarter past SIX half past seven five o clock five to nine five to one - m 5 xi _ Id; _ ii a quarter past nine five to seven five to twelve five past six want PE . E five to six five to nine five past seven five to nine five to one quarter past nine 5 ’ Now look at the semaphore & rem W alphabet. Find the letters which A B C D 5 F match the shapes of the hands Ii ? {fr flwi on the clocks. i l3=-ii T ’ G H l J’ K L M Write the secret message and Q Q give the answer. : =qn nan <5.“- I'll ‘ TIMESAVEN RIMES O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC,
  71. 71. .1; J J 1 Tl? TllfllflifiiHi7li7l’lfllTll7llTllTllTliT 'l"W'lWi ii} i ill . flli'li; ilil'li; "'}iI“‘” l. ”"ii. 'li; 'll. 'lF}‘§‘ »i"1lMESA. V£H? :GAMES iiafs Your Game? Good at/ bad at/ personality quizzes You have an important exam at the end of the year. Do you leave all the revision until the last NO minute? Are you good at recognising different kinds of trees? Do you often tell your d Do you enjoy parents an . teachers you 5pe"fl'“9 the Anidllou 9:95 at disagree with , e"e"'“9 Wm‘ . " mg 3 ' . e them? friends more than W| 'fh0Ut l'1°ld'"9 a visit to a disco or 0n t0 the 3 dub? handlebars? Are you bad at staying calm when a friend upsets you? Do you want to live in the country? good at saving money? YES Your teacher says: ”You are never Does it take you Are you good at Do you try to . . . more than five avoid being out takmg mks? N O golngetgafiiis your minutes to do in the rain? ‘ your hair in the Do you stop trying to work hard? TIMESAVEI GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT or SCHOLASTIC mc.
  72. 72. %. ..3._= .i_: .i_. _.. _ui. _:. i:i_: I_m7:J:4]fi]~i: JmJmJm . : . __i. :e. _._ _: r_c, ... : . :-. _s. _r_: .: ti__%. _: . _._ aw. .. “_: ~Wordsearoh Write the names of the sports under the pictures. Then find the sports in the wordsearch box. H ports Sport
  73. 73. I. "lli'liT'lL'lL" ll l I I I i 3 ii: iii 1 A in it H1 in tn iii in I A TIMES/ IVER GAMES Describing others / sport The Ice Sk _| Her birthday is on She comes from Her mother's called Her father's called She hasn't got any She has got Their names are Her favourite colour is . ‘°9°. '. °‘S-”: ‘>. W!" Her favourite food is Her favourite ice cream is F3 11. Her favourite hobby is 12. Her favourite actor is l_ll_lLJLJLJ| _lLJl: ll: ll7lTFW ating Puzzle Tara Lipinski was a world champion ice-skater when she was only fifteen years old. She was famous because she was good at doing triple jumps (three big jumps one after the other) in her skating routines. Triplejumps are very difficult. How many did she do in each dance when she skated in international competitions? Do the puzzle and find out. Match the halves of the sentences on the left to the halves on the right, then join_ the two numbers in the little box. Then you can see how many triplejumps Tara usually did. 13. Patricia. 14. Mischief, Coco, Brandy, Camelot and Lancelot. 15. five dogs. 16. strawberry. 17. pasta. 18. the 10th ofJune. 19. Jack. 20. shopping. 21. Texas in the USA. 22. Tom Cruise. 23. brothers orsisters. C TIMISAWEII GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC lNC. mrn; ~x-: xx—4=‘. - » __ , ,. _
  74. 74. I 11' l TIMESAVER GAMES Introducing/ describing yourself @ Snowboarding W or Skiing? Are you a snowboarder or a skier? Which is the best winter sport for you? Do this test to find out. Choose (a) or (b). ai _ 3 1. You 7. When it's snowing 3 (a) like to try new things A v (a) you get wet when you sit El (b) hate to try new things on the chair-lift S (b) you don't notice the snow , , 2. You think sport is 4 if you are having fun " (a) serious exercise y_ _ ii - (b) good fun 8. Falling over S (a) is annoying when you are out in the 7' 3. When there is snow on the Snow mountains you think (b) is part of a winter holiday in x (a) it's boring when your friends '2 are not there Ask your teacher for the analysis 2 (b) the world is silent and beautiful ' r e . 4. Danger is (a) an important part of sport (b) bad in all sports 5. It's important for winter sports clothes to be "“*-<-- i L , .._. .. A i (a) warm 1 I (b) fashionable and fun 6. Speed is . .. _. ..-. . l . . . —.. ,. ln. . u n rli. _.. i1i. ... l.l1i | n«. ;l1i .911: 11! _. l‘ll. .,J1l. ni . _.I1i I11.-JJL11L. ..l1i. ..3l1l. ..l1l . J1l. -_l17 Al1I. ,'*: iA’. a—'4.1:11-. /siiij. -.. «,1:1,4 (a) frightening (b) fantastic 1 72 TIMES/ IVE)? GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAIWES. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. ’ . 5 I -
  75. 75. —-7.‘ f %TIME. S7Il, I_I/ Efl':5{£1'l. lME. $‘. % Sport 3 " Skate along with the ice hockey player and try to score a goal. 4. In each answer you have to change two letters in the previous answer. 7 1. Players are often - because ice hockey "‘ is a violent game 1 . *- 2. Ice hockey players have to work very — 4. 3. Ice hockey players wear helmets to = , protect their heads. Helmets are hard — l; ‘I 4. The Maple Leafs are the Canadian team with the most — 5. The puck is sometimes difficult to see because it move so — 6. The Maple Leafs are the most . popular team in Canada but they are not the — players ' ' 7. Eric Lindros is a famous ice hockey ‘ player; his nickname is ‘The — One’ 8. The Maple Leafs don't win many -. " games. In other words, they don't — -3 ma ny other teams _ - 9. Ice hockey players play betwee g, _,, .,. ..= ..»= . . . . 4 82 and 102 games each — W V“ r‘ ; sr1iix: rr2rz: ::: ::. ... .. A _ “ I/ /will/ Jifillllliillilllilllllixililiililiim4 % ll 10. There are between 11 and fie L‘ 18 players in a — % l: |:]: ]j - 1 1. Wayne Gretsky is an ice hockey legend. l: lj: l:l He has more records — any other player % D333 12. — a player starts a fight, he has to stay “‘ l: ]:| :]: ] - off the ice for five minutes @ l: l:l: l:l . . 13. Top sports stars like Wayne Gretsky and I % CD3: Eric Lindros train every day of the - iii - ®l: l:I: l:I 14. Ice hockey players have to — harder than footballers % El: l:I: l 15. You wear a thick — inside your % l: lj: lj skating boot @ EIZIZD 16. In ice hockey the ‘ball’ is called a — % l: I:I: l:l 17. You — the puck along with an ice % l: l:l: l:l hockey stick and try to score a goal % D333 TIMESAVEH GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT or SCHOLASTIC INC. .. f 73". ’:
  76. 76. Verbs (past tense) L ’ LT 90 S I 3 Q - C Don D lt~: i0rtSyt: rrted acting in commercials. ‘I-ltehdid 5e 0 eln. 35 0 Q After that, he did two TV series. He liked Iir 0 being on TV every week. Since then, he's in films with D some of the most famous people in as Hollywood and now Leo is probably the ,0, 0 most famous actor in the world. His most famous films are Romeo and H w w ’ Juliet, Titanic and The Beach. df 0 But Leo "7 7:5 at _ forgotten the most important things in life: family and friends. When Leo started to earn ,6 Help Leonardo reach the Oscar by of money from acting, choosing the correct word in the he bought ’ dad a car. maze to fill in the gaps. L Leo says: "I have experienced lots of changes but I always be Leonardo DiCaprio was born on the there for my parents. I 11th of in 1974 in to be the perfect child. ” Los Angeles. He grew up in a poor area of the city Leonardo won an Oscar for Best but his family him and Supporting Actor in the film What's Eating helped him in everything he wanted to Gilbert Grape? Find out who the main do. His mother actor was in that film from the letters next him In 5 Cal’ for TWO IIOUTS t0 get t0 3 to the words which you chose in the maze. good school every day. His name is TIMESAI/ Eli GAMES © MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. I III I1l. ..I1I I11 -1-Ii ni ni : l‘lI rii 1'11 , ..l‘I| rii r1i. .)ni Hi i1i. ..I= li ‘HI i‘ii. ..l= li. lai HLJEI El 21!‘ El 11) El HI . l§l,1l’ll. f=Il. .._. .l1l,1‘ll
  77. 77. TIMESA VEH’ GAMES Comparatives/ su perlatives 1-'19 ~ Facts Quiz ‘W Ask your friends; look In the l 1. encyclopaedia _ or just guess! 1. Canada is smaller than the l -. USA. YES D NO E l T ‘T L‘. 2. The London Underground 3. Spain attracts more tourists 4. The Epire State Building _ (the Tube) is shorter than the than Italy. in New York is higher than the Paris Underground (the Métro). YES | :] NO D Eiffel Tower in Paris. - YES D NO D ‘I .2 E l : 5. The first computer is older 6. Platinum is more expensive 7. Clint Eastwood is older : than the first television. than gold. than Jack Nicholson. ’_ YES | :] NO [:1 YES [:1 NO {:1 I . , s . . 3 j ‘C I‘ . -. 8. The Indian Ocean is bigger 9. Venus is bigger than Mars. 10. Jane Austen wrote more than the Atlantic Ocean. YES D No D books than Charles Dickens. V YES 1:] NO | j YES E NO D l YIMES/ IVER GIMES O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMVRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. E
  78. 78. JSE SE5 Ig'II ISUI o n, n e- : les 50 3f0( FTIME VE AMES Introducing/ describing oneself Do You Love School? DO YOU LIKE BLUE BETTER TH I PHI . .._. I§I. .. ... lI7'II. ... —.wl'I‘-II , Answer YES or NO to these questions and follow the arrows. A Find your letter at the bottom of the page and ask your _ teacher for the analysis. A~ " ’ " ARE YOU smme NEXT l_ to one or Your: - menus AT SCHOOL? 1 I ARE YOU HAPPY TO BE BACK AT SCHOOL AFTER THE HOLIDAYS? DO YOUR TEACHERS THINK YOU ARE NAUGHTY? : Do YOU LIKE YOUR SCHOOL CLOTHES? AN RED? , ‘II IIEII GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAIINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. Iii l. ':lI IISTIQI IEI rl'! I . ... .¢I! I IS: 11! :4: Jul I-II
  79. 79. II I run I ilm Lin I in; A-um III I i I I A I A WHICH WORD DESCRIBES YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAY? “* -can I’ I BRILLIANT H _ 3 ~’ "; j 5?, Y 3 I . r . "Q"""""""“"' / «.9 - V ' I IS IT IMPORTANT ron YOU TO GET eooo MARKS . 2 IN SCHOOL? I DO A LOT OF YOUR FRIENDS GO TO A DIFFERENT SCHOOL? DO YOU HAVE AN ENEMY (A TEACHER OR A PUPI L) IN YOUR SCHOOL? DO YOUR TEACHERS UNDERSTAND YOUR SENSE OF HUMOUR? STAY AT HOME l I IS IT BETTER TO I EVERY DAY? I l I
  80. 80. TIMESAVER GAMES Polite phrases t’ The Party What is everyone saying? Find the correct words for each person. ' (e) This is too heavy for you. (f) It doesn't matter. (g) Can I help you? (h) Can you help me please? TIMESAVEII EAMES O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. III lama! I"I| J11- I1! liven! 11- I*II. .I1'. ..I‘I' nv. .1av. .11.~ I1‘ J1--41‘ nrlitfii 11- -119- 11' l1’-I1'. _I1‘ I“I'. _I"I'-IT' I? I‘_. I=I’. .- 11' II‘. .I
  81. 81. TIMESAVER GAMES Animals / comparatives, superlatives Big Cats How much do you know about big cats? .: ‘ Put these words into the text: I ‘ bigger shorter smallest longer longest smaller faster bigger rarer rarest biggest fastest longest Lions live in families. The males are I7 than the females and they have I hair on their heads. This hair is called a mane. Most lions live in southern Africa, but there are some in India. Lions sleep for about 18 hours a day. Tigers live in forests in Asia, Sumatra and Java. Some tigers are b than lions. Tigers are rare in the wild because people hunt them for their fur. Tigers live alone and hunt at night. They love water and can swim very well. Leopards and jaguars are very similar, but leopards live in Africa and Asia and jaguars live in central South America. Like tigers, they live alone. Leopards are 5 than jaguars. Jaguars kl have I tails. Snow U) leopards are the r . l."" big cats. People hunt them for 1‘I'I"I til 1‘) their fur. They live in high mountains in central all ‘Asia. Cheetahs are the 1‘ animals. . I"J. 'LI. 'lI. "lI. 'll'll. 'lI. ".I. '“‘ «/ Y/}f, }"”””’ YIMISAI/ Eli’ GAMES © MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.
  82. 82. Kylie: Kylie: Kylie: Ben: Kylie: Kylie: Kylie: TIMESAVER GAMES Question tags The Lion King $ Kylie and Ben have been to see The Lion King at the theatre in London. It was brilliant, (6) 26 wasn't it? Yes, it was even better than the film. The costumes were amazing, (8) They must have spent millions on them, (4) I was quite young when the film first came out. We went with grandma and I was terrified of Scar, (3) I don't really remember. You weren't that young, (I 0) I was seven. You tried to frighten me, too, (17) Only once or twice. You were too clever, (14) I suppose so. I'm trying to remember the differences between the film and the stage version. They didn't leave any of the characters out of the stage version, (23) No, I don't think so. Timon was in the film (1) Yes. What did you think of the music? It sounded incredible, (24) TIMESAVEII GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. Add the correct question tags to their conversation. There is a number by each empty space and there is also a number by each tag. Join the two matching numbers on the grid below and you can find out what to say when you meet a lion! Kylie: That's because it was live. There's something really magic about the theatre, (27) Ben: But we'll still watch the film now and again, (9) Kylie: Of course! It's one of my absolute favourites. I'll never be too old to enjoy The Lion King. 18 didn'tyou? 15 weren'tyou? 26 wasn't it? 28 weren’tthey? 5 mustn't they? 21 wasn'tl? 4 1 9 23 26 did they? wasn't he? didn't it? isn't there? won't we? were you? I I1l. jTIl_. .I1‘ nv. ..J1i. ... .ii1I-. .J’1I_I1v. ..iiL. IJL-iJ>. ._. I.IL. ..1I --l, I'. ..lI‘. ... ..IJ'. ... .IlIL_I. JE II. ._. ..lI’. ... .II' , JJ . I'II. ‘.I'II I'll I'll . _.; I1I_. .l]I. , I1) .11). , Fl‘ I'll _. J'lI_. l1)
  83. 83. .. l J 1 I I nu inl Lil um tn All All Z. :"{lMESAl[EIi'*Iil1lMESi Daily routine What is your ideal job? Imagine you go to work. Answer the questions and collect the symbols. lget up at l: l 5o’clock ")' @ @ ii El 6o'clock ii? » "H'- D 7o'clock { $4 El 10 o'clock *3’ ")‘ ")' l: l 12 o'clock *3’ Q‘ D Zdaysaweek *3‘ ")' D 5daysaweek§/ -*3 -*3 ")’ D 6daysaweek Q/ "}’ l: l 7daysaweek (9 © ")' I go to work l: l by car #5 3/ D by bus { l: l by helicopter ‘*3’ *3‘ 'Ii5"- ""’» l: l by bicycle ")' ")‘ El by train 3/ ‘a? ’- After work I D go to a restaurant «:4 9:3‘ >)- &'I_ ‘’I_ D go to the cinema 3’! l: l watch television 4(@ At work I wear l: l normal clothes ")' 3/ D 9° forawalk l: l a suit 93 -‘$3 + F)‘ Q! El listen to the radio (9-© Count your symbols. How many have you got? l: l@ C1‘? D3’ [j . ‘lé Now ask your teacher to tell you about your ideal job. Ddr TIMESAVEH GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. "
  84. 84. Verbs (past tense) T The Pocahontas Story I Do you know the true story of Pocahontas? Read her story and write the missing verbs in the boxes in the puzzle to find the I name ofthe place where Pocahontas lived. (It's called Virginia now. ) Pocahontas (4) w born in America in 1595. Her father's name was Powhatan. He was an Indian chief and he ruled a group of Algonquin tribes. In about 1607 the English (5) c to the place where Pocahontas (3)l_j_ They (1 1) £2 a town called Jamestown. Powhatan (8) c a white Englishman. l T His name was John Smith. The Indians (12) w to kill him but Pocahontas saved him. She (6) p her head on top of his head. The Indians couldn't kill John Smith without killing Pocahontas. She was about twelve years old when she did this. Perhaps she (4)w in love with him. John Smith went back to England without her. Later, in 1613, the white people (9)1: Pocahontas away from her family to live with them. She (7) I English and became a Christian. She had a new name: Rebecca. She married a man called John Rolfe. In 1616 they went to England. When she was a young Indian girl in America she ran through the forest without shoes or clothes. In England she wore beautiful clothes and shoes; she met 3 ii 1 3. 3. :1 3. Z1 3. fl %' King James, and she went to big dances in )1, London. When she was twenty-one, she (1)17 ill and decided to go home but she (2) h A to get off the ship in Gravesend, about twenty miles from London, because she was very il| .She (10) of in Gravesend and they buried her there at St George's church. Her son, Thomas Rolfe, went to Virginia in 1635. Perhaps you can find some of Pocahontas’ family in Virginia now. 82 TIMESAVER EAMES D MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHDLASTIC INC. ll'. Jl' J1‘ I’l'_, J]'. _U‘_. ..l]‘ ULJJ‘
  85. 85. Verbs (past tense) I E ; Pocahontas was a Native American. I ‘ The Plains Indians spoke different languages and had different customs i-3‘ but they all had a similar way of life. Read these facts about the Plains Indians I 3 and decide which are true and which are false. The letters will spell the _, Sioux Indian word for "cloudy waters'. ' It's also the name of a place. UDDDLI I II I I 1 . Plains Indian men didn't have much hair on their faces or bodies. If they 8. The women put up and took down did, they removed it. . the tipis (tents). TRUE @ FALSE b TRUE FALSEIII 2. In tribes that didn't move around too much, men often looked after the children. 4 d’ . TRUE E] FALSE E : :flaErfie MFALSE 9. The Plains Indians had very clean white teeth because of their healthy, 3. Boys played a game that later became ice hockey. TRUE FALSE [El 4. Indian camps always had a sweat room (sauna) TRUE FALSE E 5. Plains Indians never played gambling games and believed that gambling games were bad for the spirit. TRUE @ FALSE IE] 6. The parents of a baby chose its name six months after it was born. TRUE I FALSE lil 7. Eagle feathers were very valuable to the Plains Indians. TRUE @ FALSE E l'I37III'llI'TllIillITllfllf'll. ’l I II I rrussnvrn EAMES o MARY GLASGOW MAGAIINES, AN IMPRINT or SCHOLASTIC mc. :_ 33 l‘ I
  86. 86. l? l7lMESZlVEl¥'= §IAMES. Traditions/ instructions Do you know how to make a pancake? Look at these 1 0 instructions. Put them in the correct order. Put 1, 2, 3, etc, by the pictures. You need: 2 eggs, 1.14 litres of milk, 230g flour, 60g butter, a lemon, some sugar, a little salt. Put some lemon and sugar on the pancake. Add the eggs/ milk to the flourlsalt. ‘ TIUESIVEJ GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. Put some of the butter in the frying—pan. Put one spoon of the egg/ flour/ milk/ salt into the frying—pan. and salt. L_Il'__. lJ‘ JL_IJ; .JJLJ. l;JJ' . l.. l.l'. .. II'. .I1‘ 13' I1‘, I: 'I‘. J]‘ II‘ II‘ II‘ II‘ II‘ 1]‘ 11 ll‘ 1]‘ I1'JJ‘ 1' 1‘ J‘ LU‘ J‘. ... I.l' J.
  87. 87. 14 38 11 22 17 8 18 15 a 11111' 39 33 U4 34 Vj'I'l‘I1"I‘l u an 23 .1'u1v. '=.1." 2-Iv. -arL1'1:. ‘Ii‘u'I1'u ‘ TIMESAVERGAMES Describing others . b ’ The Boyzone Puzzle Shane's twin sisters belong to another famous pop group called Shane has got a tattoo ofa There are They come from boys in the group. Their names are Ronan’s nickname is (just like the cartoon character). Shane's hero is in his own family. His hero is . Keith has got Ronan likes eating Stephen and Ronan have got the sa me star sign: called Hugh. They've all got blue Keith is a Ronan’s favourite sports are . They've got thirteen brothers and eigh between them. Ronan is the member of the group. Keith was Studying to be an before he joined Boyzone. If Mikey was on a desert island, he'd like to have Stephen's birthday is on , it's a special day in Ireland. 0 o 0 o o 8 38 3 16 15 O O O I 1 7 33 39 1 3 0 o o o o o 28 9 5 2 30 1 8 on his shoulder. TIMESAVER SAMES O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. Shane Lynch is one of the members of Boyzone. He's got a pet called Caesar. Match up the questions and answers, then join the numbers to find out what kind of pet it is. 25 Tintin. 30 sisters. 14 Dublin. 21 B*witched. 17 father. 19 horse. 16 Shane, Ronan, Keith, Mikey, Stephen 28 his dad. 1 1 St Patrick's Day 2 a rabbit 13 youngest. 8 five. 35 his guitar, some sun-tan cream and a bottle of milk. 3 Pisces. 33 eyes. 9 architect. 15 golfand horse—riding. 1 pasta. 23 14 19 o o 34 35 o o o 25 1 22 85
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  90. 90. .{. ‘33é9 vxm‘: §(‘D l TIMES/ IVER GAMES Going to future / personality quizzes Fun in the Sun ‘ /3? Yes The midday sun is dangerous. Have you got your sun-tan I I I I I I I I -—- filmstar is in : . the river and Yes I terrible storm! she can't Swim. O E I Have you got Are you going It 5 midday : "”‘ and it's ver I to save her? y ; V» “‘; ::; ':z: “ N0 = That 7 monkey is sunbathe. I 7 9 “ ‘ No ' _, iv, running away - with your I -~ ‘I-~~"‘ ' shoes. Are you I -v~ " going to chase ; I I I making a film! him? '5 Why don't ~’~ you stop and Yes I Are you Are you I brave enough going to lie : to run past this on the crocodile? _------_. n. -- f . < « athletic ‘~: ‘/‘: _ 2/ friend is going " ’ to run around the island. Are you going too? How about Boat Number 1? A It's got a guidebook, a camera and a notebook in it. What about Boat Number 2? -A -" Look! There's a sun hat and some sun-tan cream on the seat. IMESIVEN EIMIS 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. 7 -/ xi “I in: in H! ni. ... i=ii Fll_. fl!. ... .fi! _.l'll H! .ni. ._i‘! l1l. .l1l. -J‘lL l1l__. H7 . .l1l 11' . i1|_, iil. ll‘ . JiiL. .liL_. ..lli. ... ill. ..Jl‘ JJL. II III
  91. 91. iuuuuuuuusl ii men ‘L44 L‘: U: U mmumu U Now tell _ , , _ your teacher Welcome to this beautiful tropical island. It's the you, numbenyour perfect place for a holiday. First go down to the teacher can tell beach (at the bottom of the page) and find a boat. V°“ What "3"" °f tourist you : Are you 8 : going I to give this I oor old . ’ I wgman any Yes §““I Y S M’ E I I money? Are you e Oh no! ) : No going to You're lost! / I ask the tourist Have you got 5 guide about the 1 your I history ofthe ' guidebook? 9 surprise! You find a picnic. Are you going Your friend says: "Look at that rubbish! a beautifu| —-. Let'5 5t0P and statue in the -" Clear It UP! " Do ruins. Are you YOU agree? going to J: Disco Night. Are you You're lucky! An archaeologist is : Are. v°U W‘2{I‘; ';%3'; ZI§g'I2.“5' ; going to / I : Visit the spend one ofyour —~. 3 two weeks’ holiday ruins? Why don't you try Boat Number 3? It comes with a free tent, food and a knife. 3 TIMESAVEN GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SO-IOLASTIC INC.
  92. 92. ‘ TEACHER’S SECTION I PAGE 3 Who are the monsters from the House of Horror? ,. NB. You also need to photocopy page 5 (My page) if you are using this page. After the cutting and folding, as instructed, page 3 is then stuck on top of page 5 and the various windows and doors can be opened to solve the puzzle. PAGE 4 How many cats can you find? There are 42 cats. PAGE 5 (See note for page 3) PAGE 6 Numbers and colours xjflp o T wo F I c E R B L U J V O X T L P_ lGHTPM_WRO KDNB I HC NW HO MUY L i so [ F L F TE R —~E , — WV LEI [El UT __SFRL [--L][!3_]L°J I BEE[5lI‘H7I| J l D W WL’ of ii EL PAGE 7 The mystery ship The Mary Rose. This Tudor ship is now in a museum in Portsmouth. PAGE 8 The mystery picture To see the picture, turn the page so that the words are upside down when all the sections. have been coloured. It's a robin. PAGE 9 The pyramid joke Why was the Egyptian boy looking so sad? Because his daddy was a mummy. o uundndl 0'-Wynn» P -mm”. 5 L . lnonfyux Iunynoun o N‘! (2 many 1 v N It no any uvn mm '“"‘ on- PAGE 10 Robert the robot PAGE 1 1 What is it? This is not a colouring exercise. Only a pencil is needed. E YIMESAVER MMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. ’ It's a train. PAGE 12 Chase the cheetah A cheetah can run at 97 km/ h. Make a word five + cra_s_h = a fish fiat Britain + quegi = green egg + nig_h_t = eight Qw + um_brella = a comb ggden + page = a garage PAGE 1 3 Find the treasure The treasure is under the boat between the trees. PAGE 1 4 The colour circle Red, pink, black, white, orange, blue, brown, grey, cream, green, yellow, purple. Grey is darker than white but lighter than black. Pink is lighter than red but darker than white. Orange is lighter than brown but it's darker than yellow. Cream is darker than white but lighter than yellow. You mix blue and yellow to make green. You mix yellow and red to make orange. You mix red and white to make pink. PAGE 15 Find the dogs 1-c,2-f,3-i,4—g,5—e. PAGE 16 Make a sentence Here arejust a few of the possible sentences you can make: The dogs are between the shirt and the elephant. /can see a hat. Here we are. Be careful! Find that shirt. /can wear these jeans. His shirt is on that chair. How many dogs are behind the chair.7An elephant is behind you. Don't look under the hat. She can see her dogs, etc. PAGE 17 Weekend plans Let's go swimming. 2. How about going cycling? 3. What about going shopping? 4. Why don't we watch a video? 5. Let's play football. 6. Why don't we go to the park? HI I-II MI 111 J11 ‘Ml lfil '1'1l in mi J11 I'll nu flil Jfll. 11l. ,.. .I'2ll. ._J]l-. .‘l’ll -. :I1I. aII1I-. ..I1I. _J1I. .iuI_. .,. ;I1'. ::a; I'. _.; IL_u; IJL. .u= ~lJ_. ..1J'. JJLJJ.
  93. 93. Ell UJ UJ LJJ AJA ‘J1 gdd "d uln ‘JD 1 I J ff. iTlMESZl I/ EI?1El. l.ME& PAGE 18 Families A = Joe, B = Mary, C = David, D = Robert, E = Cathy, F = Sue, G = Felix, H = Emily, I = Molly. Grandfather: Joe = Grandmother: Cathy Father: Robert = Mother: Mary l: l_; l:| Luke David Sue Emily PAGE 20 Dan's school bag 6 pens, 2 pencils, a rubber, scissors, an apple, a banana, 4 school books, a Gameboy, a Walkman, TEACHER’S SECTION a Boyzone CD, a trainer, 3 batteries, 12 sweets. The two other things are a CLICK magazine, a calculator. Why not get your students to bring collections of objects in to class to play this game? The Mouse Girls Milly is Baby Mouse; Sue is Sporty Mouse, Tracey is Scary Mouse and Jackie is Posh Mouse. PAGE 21 School friends Alice is ten years old. She is from the USA. Baseball is her favourite sport. Kate is fifteen years old. She is from Britain. Gymnastics is her favourite sport. Nick is fourteen years old. He is from Australia. Tennis is his favourite sport. Sam is twelve years old. He is from Canada. Football is his favourite sport. PAGE 22 Hobbies The four things that do not belong to anyone are: football, bicycle, playing cards, fishing rod. PAGE 23 Name the days Down: Sunday, Saturday. Across: Thursday, Tuesday, Friday, Monday, Wednesday. Name the animals Hippopotamus, zebra, bear, rabbit, monkey, duck, chicken, kangaroo, pig, snake, cat, parrot horse. The message is: Merry Christmas. The day is Christmas Day. It's on December 25th. PAGE 24 Animal puzzle The correct choices will lead you through the letters: e-l-e—p-h-a-n—t—m—o-u—s—e. PAGE 25 The polar bear puzzle 1. babies, 2. hair, 3. blind, 4. any, 5. swim, 6. liver, 7. eat, 8. live. The answer is: baby seal. The ostrich puzzle PAGE 26 & 27 Once your students have made their choices, get them to write a short profile of their own 40 minutes. personality based on the vocabulary on these pages. PAGE 28 & 29 1.a cheetah, 2. an anaconda, 3. a baby kangaroo, 4. a snail, 5. They are the same, 6. an ostrich, 7. a blue whale, 8. They move their ears to ‘talk’ to other tigers. 9. 30 minutes, 10. fish, penguins, 11. 121 litres, I2. hear better than it can see, 13. with its feet, 14. penguin, 15. tiger, . 16. rhinoceros, 17. camel. The farm animals are: cow, pig, sheep, donkey. PAGE 30 Find Ben Ben likes playing with the string. PAGE 31 Rescue the animal lover A young man climbed a tree to rescue a little cat. The cat climbed down but the man was too frightened to climb down. He waited in the tree for five hours until firemen rescued him. PAGE 32 The pet shop 2. In picture A there are five fish. In picture B there are seven fish. 3. In picture B one fish is jumping out of the water. 4. In picture A the parrot is saying ’GoodbyeC In picture B it's saying ‘Hello’. 5. In picture A the pet food is falling off the shelf. 6. In picture B the till is in front of the pet shop owner. 7. In picture A it's to the left of the owner. 8. In picture A the dog is eating. In Animal lovers’ quiz picture B the dog is sleeping. 8. In picture A a child is holding a rabbit. In picture B two children are feeding the rabbit. 9. In picture A there is a mouse in the cage. In picture B the cage is empty. 10. In picture A there is a bird on the owner's arm. In picture B there is a spider on the owner's arm. TIMESAVER GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.
  94. 94. le as 30 r: ifTIMEsAVE&6‘AMEs TEACHER’S SECTION The pictures at the bottom of the page show: grandmother, orange, leg, doctor, first prize, ice, snake, hill. The third most popular pet is, therefore, a goldfish. PAGE 36 Favourite animals Here is the analysis of the choices. Step 1: Look at your first three words. This is how you want to be. Step 2: Look at your second three words. This is how other people see you. Step 3: Look at your third three words. This is how you really are. As an extension exercise, you could photocopy the animals page or the adjectives pages twice and cut out each picture and stick them on card. In pairs, pupils play the memory game: Pelmanism. This involves putting all the cards face down on the table. Pupils take turns to turn over two cards. If the cards are identical, that pupil keeps the pair. If not, they are turned face down again and the second pupil has a turn. The winner is the pupil with the most pairs. PAGE 37 Adjective maze grey, blue, noisy, young, beautiful, green, heavy, square, white, sunny, purple, frightening, small, red, wooden, difficult, clever, interesting, Italian, fun, rich, silver, funny, English, fast. The shape should look something like a dog running from left to right. PAGE 38 Things Across: 1. bed, 2. hat, 3. car, 6. aeroplane, 8. knife, l1.te| ephone, 14. stamp, 15. key. Down: 1. boat, 3. tea, 5. book, 7. camera, 9. shoes, 10. money, 12. lamp, 13. park. The mystery object is a clock. PAGE 39 Scotland 1.Aberdeen, 2. Loch Ness, 3. Ben Nevis, 4. Shetland, 5. Dundee, 6. Edinburgh, 7. England, 8. Glasgow. PAGE 40 & 41 Supermarket maze Sentences 1, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 12 are correct. Get your pupils to correct the mistakes in the other sentences. The answers are: 2. I want two bottles of Coke. 3. I asked her for some milk. 6. We need a lot of eggs. 7. We had too many tomatoes. 10. Unfortunately I . , TIMESIVEI GAMES 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCNOLASTIC INC. too much cream makes me sick. 11. Fred gave me good advice about cooking pasta. PAGE 42 The hat shop _ 1. It's too big. 2. It's too small. 3. It's too expensive. 4. It's too tall. 5. It's too wide. 6. It's too heavy. 7. It's too old. 8. It's perfect. PAGE 43 The birthday present ACROSS: I away, 3 gloves, 5 no, 6 yes, 7 cream, 9 I'd, 10 go,13 thank, 15 me, 16 it, 18 or, 19 on, 20 please. DOWN: 1 any, 2 assistant, 3 go, 4 some, 5 no, 7 cook, 8 excuse, 11 try, 12 have, 14 sorry, 16 in, 17 me. The birthday present is a necklace. PAGE 44 & 45 Do you have a hard life? If you scored 10 - 40: You can get away with anything in your house! You don't know the meaning of the word ‘hard’. Wake up! If you scored 41 - 70: OK, so you have to do your fair share of work at home, but remember: a little discipline builds your character. If you scored 71 — 100: Whew! You really do have a hard life! Remember, it's good character training. Have you ever thought aboutjoining the army? Or how aboutjust asking your Mum and Dad for a holiday? You deserve it! Page 46 Welcome to Sillyville A — Be careful! B - Don't look! C — I never read books. D - Where's the bank please? E - I always do the crossword. F — I always help in the garden. PAGE 47 The invitation maze Andy:9+5+8+3+5+3+6+12+i +4 (Nelson's Column is 56 metres high, including the statue of Lord Nelson himself). Lydia: 300 + 600 + 500 +75+ I50+75+20+30+50+5=1805 (The Battle of Trafalgar was in the year 1805.) It may be useful to bring a picture of Nelson's Column into class when you do this game. PAGE 48 & 49 What kind of pop star are you? A You are a quiet, private person. You don't like parties. You have four or five good friends. Friends come to you when they have a problem. Everyone loves you. ' Pop stars: Celine Dion, Jim Corr, Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice), Ronan Keating (Boyzone) r-II In .131 . nI rm snr . nI I11 .111 .11: HI .1 II zlll . uI_. ... .J I11 III .111. ml flI. ... ..flI IHI ! =ll. ... Ht Hi H1 111) :1I. J!I. .r1I nu _.11I

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