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Język angielski 18-29.09.2107 Grupy I i II

Nauczyciel: Anna Strach

 

 

What colour is the sky? – Song

 

What colour is the sky?

It’s blue, it’s blue, it’s blue.

The sky is blue, the sky is blue.

 

What colour is the sun?

It’s yellow, it’s yellow, it’s yellow.

The sun is yellow, the sky is blue.

 

What colour is the grass?

It’s green, it,s green, it’s green.

The grass is green, the sun is yellow, the sky is blue.

 

What colour is an apple?

It’s red, it’s red, it’s red.

An apple is red, the grass is green, the sun is yellow, the sky is blue, the sky is blue.

 

 

 

 

Słownictwo:

  • sky – niebo
  • sun – słońce
  • grass – trawa
  • apple - jabłko
  • fish – ryba
  • Let’s go fishing! – Chodźmy na ryby!
  • What colour is it? – Jaki to kolor?
  • Is it black? – Czy to jest czarny?
  • Yes, it is./ No, it isn’t.
  • What colour do you like? – Jaki kolor lubisz?
  • I like green. – Lubię zielony.

 

 

 

Język angielski 18-29.09.2107 Grupy III i IV

Nauczyciel: Anna Strach

 

Make a circle – song

 

Make a circle big, big, big,

Small, small, small, big, big, big.

Make a circle small, small, small, hello, hello, hello.

 

Make a circle round and round, round and round, round and round.

Make a circle round and round, hello, hello, hello.

 

Make a circle up, up, up,

Down, down, down, up, up, up,

Make a circle down, down, down,

Now sit down.

Słownictwo:

  • school objects – przybory szkolne
  • schoolbag – plecak
  • pencil case – piórnik
  • pen – długopis
  • pencil – ołówek
  • rubber – gumka do mazania
  • ruler – linijka
  • scissors – nożyczki
  • sharpener – temperówka
  • What’s this? – Co to jest?
  • It’s a pencil/ ruler… - to jest ołówek/ linijka…
  • make a circle – zróbmy koło
  • big – duży
  • small – mały
  • round – okrągły
  • up – do góry
  • down – na dół
            

Język angielski 16-27.10.2107 Grupy I i II

Nauczyciel: Anna Strach

 

Słownictwo:

  • How many? – ile
  • Let’s count - policzmy
  • fingers – palce u rąk
  • hands – ręce
  • toes – palce u stóp
  • feet – stopy
  • clap your hands – klaskać
  • stomp your feet - tupać
  • autumn – jesień
  • acorn – żołądź
  • hedgehog – jeż
  • mushroom – grzyb
  • jacket – kurtka
  • tree – drzewo
  • leaf – liść
  • pumpkin – dynia
  • pear – gruszka
  • apple – jabłko
  • umbrella - parasol

„How Many Fingers”

 

How many fingers on one hand? (x3)

Let’s all count together.

1,2,3,4,5 (x4)

 

How many fingers on two hands? (x3)

Let’s all count together.

1,2,3,4,5,

6,7,8,9,10 (x2)

 

Clap, clap, clap your hands

X X X X X (x3)

Clap your hands with me.

X X X X X

 

Let’s count our toes.

 

How many toes on one foot? (x3)

Let’s all count together.

1,2,3,4,5 (x4)

 

How many toes on two feet? (x3)

Let’s all count together.

1,2,3,4,5,

6,7,8,9,10 (x2)

 

Stomp, stomp, stomp your feet

X X X X X (x3)

Stomp your feet with me.

X X X X X

 

1,2,3,4,5,

6,7,8,9,10.

Język angielski 16-27.10.2107 Grupy III i IV

Nauczyciel: Anna Strach

 

„We All Fall Down”

Walk around the circle.
Walk around the circle.
Walking, walking.
We all fall down.

Gallop!
Gallop around the circle.
Gallop around the circle.
Galloping, galloping.
We all fall down.

Shhh! Let’s tiptoe!
Tiptoe around the circle.
Tiptoe around the circle.
Tiptoe, tiptoe.
We all fall down.

I’m so sleepy!
Sleepy, sleepy, sleepy.
I’m so sleepy.

Wake up, everybody!
Come on, we’re going to hop!
Hop around the circle.
Hop around the circle.
Hopping, hopping.
We all fall down.

Let’s twirl!
Twirl around the circle.
Twirl around the circle.
Twirling, twirling.
We all fall down.

Let’s hop and twirl!
Hop around the circle.
Twirl around the circle.
Hopping, twirling.
We all fall down.

 

Słownictwo:

  • fall down – upaść
  • walk – chodzić
  • gallop – galopować
  • tiptoe – chodzić na palcach
  • sleepy – senny
  • wake up – obudzić się
  • hop – skakać
  • twirl – kręcić się
  • autumn – jesień
  • acorn – żołądź
  • hedgehog – jeż
  • mushroom – grzyb
  • jacket – kurtka
  • tree – drzewo
  • leaf – liść
  • pumpkin – dynia
  • pear – gruszka
  • apple – jabłko
  • umbrella - parasol

 

                          

Język angielski 30.10-10.11.2107 Grupy I i II

 

„Knock, knock, trick or treat”

 

Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?

 I'm a ghost. I'm a little ghost.

 
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I'm a cowboy. I'm a little cowboy.


Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I'm a witch. I'm a little witch.


Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I'm a monster. I'm a little monster.

 
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I'm a ballerina. A little ballerina.

 
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I'm a pirate. I'm a little pirate


Knock knock, trick or treat?
Happy Halloween. Happy Halloween.

 

Nauczyciel: Anna Strach

 

„Daddy Finger”

Daddy finger, daddy finger, where are you? 
Here I am, here I am
How do you do?

Mommy finger, mommy finger, where are you? 
Here I am, here I am
How do you do?

Brother finger, brother finger, where are you? 
Here I am, here I am
How do you do?

Sister finger, sister finger, where are you? 
Here I am, here I am
How do you do?

Baby finger, baby finger, where are you? 
Here I am, here I am
How do you do?

 

Słownictwo

  • trick or treat – cukierek albo psikus
  • Who are you? – kim jesteś?
  • ghost – duch
  • cowboy – kowboj
  • witch – czarownica
  • monster – potwór
  • ballerina – baletnica
  • pirate – pirat
  • family – rodzina
  • daddy – tatuś
  • mummy – mamusia
  • brother – brat
  • sister – siostra
  • baby – dziecko

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Język angielski 30.10-10.11.2107 Grupy III i IV

Nauczyciel: Anna Strach

 

„Knock, knock, trick or treat”

 

Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?

 I'm a ghost. I'm a little ghost.

 
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I'm a cowboy. I'm a little cowboy.


Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I'm a witch. I'm a little witch.


Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I'm a monster. I'm a little monster.

 
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I'm a ballerina. A little ballerina.

 
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I'm a pirate. I'm a little pirate


Knock knock, trick or treat?
Happy Halloween. Happy Halloween.

 

 

 

Słownictwo

  • trick or treat – cukierek albo psikus
  • Who are you? – Kim jetses?
  • ghost – duch
  • cowboy – kowboj
  • witch – czarownica
  • monster – potwór
  • ballerina – baletnica
  • pirate – pirat
  • family – rodzina
  • daddy – tatuś
  • mummy – mamusia
  • brother – brat
  • sister – siostra
  • baby – dziecko
  • grandma – babcia
  • grandpa – dziadziu
  • parents – rodzice
  • pets- zwierzęta domowe

                                                                              

 

Słownictwo:

  • head – głowa
  • shoulders – ramiona
  • knees – kolana
  • toes – palce u stóp
  • eyes – oczy
  • ears – uszy
  • mouth – usta
  • nose – nos
  • arms – ręce
  • legs – nogi
  • paws – łapy
  • teddy bear – pluszowy miś

                 

„Head and shoulders”

Head, shoulders, kenes and toes.

Head, shoulders, kenes and toes.

Eyes and ears and mouth and nose.

Head, shoulders, kenes and toes.

Język angielski 13-24.11.2107 Grupy III i IV

 

„Head and shoulders”

Head, shoulders, kenes and toes.

Head, shoulders, kenes and toes.

Eyes and ears and mouth and nose.

Head, shoulders, kenes and toes.

„The Hokey Pokey Shake”

You put one hand in.
You put one hand out.
You put one hand in.
And you shake, shake, shake, shake, shake.
You do the Hokey Pokey and turn around.
Everybody turn around.
You put two hands in.
You put two hands out.
You put two hands in.
And you shake, shake, shake, shake, shake.
You do the Hokey Pokey and clap your hands.
Everybody clap your hands.
You put one foot in.
You put one foot out.
You put one foot in.
And you shake, shake, shake, shake, shake.
You do the Hokey Pokey and sit down.
Everybody please sit down.
You put two feet in.
You put two feet out.
You put two feet in.
And you shake, shake, shake, shake, shake.
You do the Hokey Pokey and stand up.
Everybody please stand up.
You put your head in.
You put your head out.
You put your head in.
And you shake, shake, shake, shake, shake.
You do the Hokey Pokey and sing a song.
La, la, la, la, la, la!
You put your backside in.
You put your backside out.
You put your backside in.
And you shake, shake, shake, shake, shake.
You do the Hokey Pokey and be quiet.
Everybody please be quiet. Shh!
You put your whole self in.
Your whole self out.
Your whole self in.
And you shake, shake, shake, shake, shake.
You do the Hokey Pokey and take a bow.
Everybody take a bow.

Słownictwo:

  • head – głowa
  • shoulders – ramiona
  • kenes – kolana
  • toes – palce u stóp
  • eyes – oczy
  • ears – uszy
  • mouth – usta
  • nose – nos
  • arms – ręce
  • legs – nogi
  • paws – łapy
  • teddy bear – pluszowy miś
  • hand/ hands – dłoń/ dłonie
  • foot/ feet – stopa/ stopy
  • touch your head – dotknij głowy

                                                                

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                  

 

 

 

 

 


Ostatnia aktualizacja: 2017-11-29