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C a m b r i d g e P e rfe c t p re p a tio n C a m b r id g e fo r E n g lis h : F ly e r s B o o k w ith O n lin e C a ro lin e N ix o n & M ic h a e l T o m lin s o n R e so u rce s T h e c o d e in th e b o x b e lo w is f o r t h e e x c itin g K id’s B ox o n lin e r e s o u r c e s You c a n d o a c tiv itie s , p lay g a m e s , s e e y o u r g r a d e s , a n d s h a r e w o r k w ith y o u r t e a c h e r a n d frie n d s Your Activation code can only be used once You can access the Level online resources for 12 months after you enter your code H ow t o u s e y o u r A c tiv a tio n c o d e • G o t o w w w c a m b r id g e lm s o r g /p r im a r y • C lic k ‘R e g is te r ’ • A n s w e r t h e q u e s tio n s •Y o u r p a r e n t o r g u a r d ia n will re c e iv e a n e m a il • F ollow th e in s tr u c tio n s in th e e m a il • Log in a n d e n t e r y o u r A c tiv a tio n c o d e If y o u ’ve a lr e a d y re g is te r e d : • Log in • C lic k ‘A c tiv a te n e w p r o d u c t ’ o n y o u r ‘My le a r n in g ’ p a g e • E n te r y o u r c o d e You c a n n o w d o all t h e a c tiv itie s in se lf-stu d y m o d e T o join a c la ss, a s k y o u r t e a c h e r f o r a C la s s a c tiv a tio n c o d e N e e d h e l p ? C lic k ‘H e lp ’ a t w w w c a m b r id g e lm s o r g /p r im a r y C a m b rid g e UNIVERSITY PRESS University Printing House, Cambridge CB2 8BS, United Kingdom Cambridge University Press is part of the University of Cambridge It furthers the University's mission by disseminating knowledge in the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence www.cambridge.org Information on this title: www.cambridge.org/9781107699113 © Cambridge University Press 2009, 2015 This publication is in copyright Subject to statutory exception and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements, no reproduction of any part may take place without the written permission of Cambridge University Press First published 2009 Second edition 2015 10th printing 2016 Printed in Dubai by Oriental Press A catalogue record for this publication is available from the British Library ISBN 978-1-107-69911-3 Activity Book with Online Resources ISBN 978-1-107-62891-5 Pupil's Book ISBN 978-1-107-66921-5 Teacher's Book ISBN 978-1-107-67521-6 Class Audio CDs (3 CDs) ISBN978-1-107-62962-2 Teacher's Resource Book with Online Audio ISBN978-1-107-66372-5 Interactive DVDwith Teacher's Booklet ISBN978-1-107-43250-5 Presentation Plus ISBN978-1-107-65724-3 Language Portfolio ISBN978-1-107-65541-6 Posters ISBN978-1-107-68132-3 Tests CD-ROM and Audio CD 5-6 Additional resources for this publication at www.cambridge.org/kidsbox Cambridge University Press has no responsibility for the persistence or accuracy of URLs for external or third-party internet websites referred to in this publication, and does not guarantee that any content on such websites is, or will remain, accurate or appropriate Information regarding prices, travel timetables, and other factual information given in this work is correct at the time of first printing but Cambridge University Press does not guarantee the accuracy of such information thereafter A c t i v i t y B o o k Caroline Nixon & Michael Tomlinson Л W e lc o m e to o u r e z in e i t T im e f o r te le v is io n 10 H is to ry - C a r to o n s 16 i t P e o p le a t w o rk R e v ie w a n d 62 J f N a tu r a l w o rld 66 S c ie n c e - E x tin c tio n 70 W o rld o f s p o rt 72 A r t - O ly m p ic d e sig n 78 R e v ie w a n d 80 18 Щ S c ie n c e - T e e t h 26 R e v ie w a n d 26 4 к C i t y life 28 G e o g r a p h y - C itie s 36 R e s p e c t in th e c la s s ro o m D is a s te r! 36 V a lu e s a n d G e o g r a p h y - T h e E a r th ’s s u rfa c e 62 R e v ie w a n d 66 V a lu e s a n d f a * P e o p le w h o h e lp us 82 83 V a lu e s a n d Tell t h e t r u t h b u t d o n ’t h u r t 86 M a te r ia l th in g s ЦЬ S c ie n c e - R ecycling p la s tic 52 V alu e y o u r frie n d sh ip s 85 S enses 56 G m m a r re fe re n c e 86 A r t - O p tic a l illusions 60 YLE ir r e g u la r v e rb s 88 V a lu e s a n d P u t t h e w o r d s in g r o u p s -bcf©k - s e tr r f new spaper - -p ro g m s w e a te r coat je a n s m o u se in te rn e t c o m ic sc re e n m a g a z in e C om puter th in g s p r o g r a m _ M a t c h t h e s e n t e n c e s w i t h D a n , S h a r i a n d A lv in ^ I h a d a lo v ely h o lid a y J Q ф f I’m n e w a t s c h o o l J □ ф I’(H ik e t o w r i t e a b o u t s p o r t J f I live n e a r A lvin J □ Ш R e a d a n d c o m p le te e z in e v id e o s m a g a a n e ’ m u sic in te rn e t ф W e c a n w rite a b o u t a n y th in g in o u r e z in e Г I d id n ’t k n o w w h a t a n e z in e w a s П □ □ C o r r e c t th e s e n te n c e s A n e z in e is a kind o f b o o k sho p s s p o rts p h o to s N p ,.it_ i_ s n '.t.- its ,a k i n d o f m a g a z in e ,. _ An ezine is a kind of (1) roag_Q zine , but Y ou c a n find a n e z in e in t h e s h o p s you d o n ’t go to th e ( ) to buy it You can find it on th e ( ) You can rea d a b o u t football, tennis and o th e r Kid’s Go is a n e w e z in e ( ) - You can g e t inform ation a b o u t technology and th e w orld aro u n d us You can look a t lots of really interesting ( ) - , listen to all y o u r favourite T h e t h r e e w r i t e r s a r e c a lle d S ally, D o n a n d A lfre d ( ) - and w atch different kinds of ( ) - Shari, D an and Alvin w rite th e new Kid’s Box ( ) They w a n t to win th e school ezine com petition T h e re ’s a g re a t prize! T h e r e 's a p riz e f o r t h e w o r s t e z in e R ead a n d o r d e r th e te x t ф e z in e f o r y o u n g p e o p le T h e r e a r e a r e Alvin, S h a ri a n d S h a ri likes t h e n a tu r a l w o r ld a n d d w in g S he d o n ’t h a v e t o g o t o s c h o o l th in g s Alvin likes c o m p u te r s a n d s p o r t , D a n D a n T h e y all g o t o t h e s a m e t h r e e w r ite r s T h e ir n a m e s I Kid’s Box is a n e x c itin g n e w s c h o o l: C ity S c h o o l T h e y all like d iffe re n t re a lly lo v es ta k in g p h o to s , t o o T h e y w r ite likes m u sic a n d c lo th e s , a n d t h e i r e z in e a t t h e w e e k e n d w h e n th e y Ф R e a d a n d c o m p le te th e W r ite th e c o r r e c t s e n te n c e s q u e s tio n s W h e re W hy -D a n w o u ld Irkc W hen -W b a tV H ow m any o ld e s t o f a v illage D an to school S h a ri w a lk s a r e b o th S h a ri A lvin’s t h e lives n e a r t h e c h ild re n W hat W h a t s t h e e z in e c a lle d ? 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It was a great game Both teams scored a goal in the first half It was really exciting! Then, five minutes before the end of the game, The Cambridge Flyers scored their second goal I was really excited and threw my scarf up in the air The wind caught it and it fell onto a lady’s head I said sorry, but she didn’t think it was funny That wasn’t surprising because she was a K B Rovers supporter! Dad and I laughed about it when we got home C U soon! Bye for now, Dave • An em ail to a friend is norm ally very friendly • You need to w rite you r friend’s em ail address in the box a t the top • You don’t need to w rite yo u r address o r the date • You can s ta rt you r em ail saying ‘H i’ o r ‘H ello ’ • To make yo u r em ail interesting, include inform ation about w hat, when, w h ere and w hy • You can finish your em ail saying ‘A ll the best’ o r ‘Bye for now ’ N ow w rite your email about something that happened at the weekend W h y shouldn’t Brutus open his mouth? The_butterflie$_ ar_e_dangerous, Has Diggory ever used the new door? _ W hich sports did the Ancient Egyptians invent? W here did Diggory send the email from? W h a t does the Ancient Story of Sirius say? _ W h o said it? Read and match It’s the first time anyone’s used this door is О ^ I haven’t touched anything?) Q ^ N ow what have you done? ^ You’re the ‘treasure’ now, Brutus!^) r* v ) Do you remember? Have you ever been to Egypt? He’s _ the race Now he can celebrate! They haven’t _ badminton before _ is the season which comes after spring One word which rhymes with ‘said’ is You can say ‘ _ for now’ at the end of an email to a friend Can I can talk about things I have done •• •• I can talk about different sports I can write an email •• Ч-/ x Ф fVrt O ly m p ic design Choose words from the box to complete the text, football countries always -fetrr started well athletes swimming There are Paralympic Games every (1) fP-УС years Paralympic Games are (2 ) _ in the same city as the full Olympic Games They are for (3 ) _ who have a disability Disability means they have problems doing some things Some athletes can’t see (4 ) _ or can’t see at all and others can’t walk The Paralympic Games (5 ) _ in Rome in 1960 and in each Paralympics there are more (6 ) _ and more athletes competing Invent a sport for the next Olympics W rite your ideas on the mind map When? low many ame people? M y Olympic sport Equipment W here? N ow use the information in your mind map to write a letter to the Olympic Committee telling them about your sport D ear Olympic Committee, I'm writing to tell you about my new sport I would like it to be in the : i next Olympic G am es It s called I F ly e r s Reading and W ritin g , Part % i i iшш.шзм* R ead tKe text CRoose the right w ords an d w rite th em on the Lines Winter sports Exam ple Winter sports is the name we give to sports which people on snow sports are very popular in countries where it is cold in winter One oj the most popular sports is skiing There are three kinds o j at the Olympic Games today One is downhill skiing, where race down a hill In another kind, people across the countryside They can race up to jTfty kilometres T h e kind is ski jumping which is very Skating, snowboarding and sledging are just som e the other winter sports At the Winter Olympic Games there are Я than ten dij^erent sports .e who This the skied person racing three excited Я most when That a skiing people race third excites at less which These those skying persons races thirty exciting over more Review Units © and Read the story Choose a word from the box W rite the correct word next to numbers 1-6 taking sledge was are ride snowman -ever were done skis coming Friendly Have you (1) e v e r -been skiing? This is what happened to Jim and Sally when they went last winter Last January the five friends went skiing with the school On the first day, Sue, Peter and Jenny decided that it was too dangerous for them, so they chose a sledge and found somewhere nice and quiet at the bottom of the mountain to (2 ) _ on it Jim and Sally got their skis and went quickly to the ski lift which was taking the other skiers to the top of the mountain It was Sally’s first time on a ski lift, but Jim told her it was easy and she felt really excited They sat on the thin metal seat, held the long piece of metal which was between them and the lift started W hen they (3 ) - going up the mountain, Sally fell off She fell onto her face and stomach with her skis crossed behind her and she couldn’t move The other skiers, who were coming up on the lift behind her, couldn’t stop and fell off too Sally took her (4 ) _ off to move away, but she dropped them and they fell quickly down the mountain Sue, Peter and Jenny, who were sledging happily at the bottom of the mountain, suddenly saw Sally’s skis coming, but they couldn’t anything and the skis hit their (5 ) They all fell off into the snow On the second day, the friends decided to something safer They made a (6 ) _ ! Choose a title for this episode of Friendly a) Snow feels cold b) Snowy disaster! c) Summer holidays Match the questions with the answers W h at can you catch but not throw? A watchdog Because ate W aiter! W aiter! W h a t’s this fly doing on my ice cream? W here horses go when they feel ill? U W h a t’s worse than finding an insect in your apple? I think it’s skiing, sir A cold W h at goes T ick tock woof tick tock w o o f? To a horspital W h y was 10 afraid of 7? Finding only half an insect in your apple N ow complete the crossword W rite the message Complete the sentences Count and write the letters Skiing isn’t easy It’s quite difficult. _ Have y o u won a prize? No, never W hen a plant or animal species doesn’t exist any more, it’s _ k He’s _ his homework, so now he can watch TV W hen something’s got spots, it’s _ □ □ □ □ W h a t they done? They’ve washed the car W hen we have a picnic,w e pick our rubbish up The Diplodocus is an □ □ f Quiz time! extinct _ Animals that fly need two 10 He’s the winner He’s higher than the other jumpers 11 The O lym pic is a sports competition which is every four years 12 Zebras have got black and w hite on their fur 13 Animal hair is called 14 You p la y on □ □ □ W h a t should people with their rubbish? rhey.should _ W h a t has a spotted tail and a striped body? W h y did the dinosaurs become extinct? How many races has Alvin won? W hen people go skiing? □ □ grass, hitting a small ball into holes with a long stick | W here were the 2004 Olympics? W rite questions for your quiz in your notebook -^F Values Units & Respect in the classroom Read and choose the answer How good a student are у он ? How oft e n d o y o u h a v e b Y e a k ja s t b e fo r e y o u go to school? a n ev er b sometimes c alwags W hen d o y ou prepare you r sch ool bay? W h a t tim e d o y o u go to b e d o n school dags? a a ft e r 11 o'clock b a t a b o u t ten o'clock c before tea o'clock ШШ» Ш Г Ж Ж M - Й Л0 How ojftea goa talk to goar jrlea d s darlag lessoas? a b e fo r e I go to b e d b I d on 't p r e p a r e it c b e fo r e I leave the house a aever b sometimes c alwags Hffcjf Is it f u n n y to take goarjrlead's p e n c il c a s e d u r in y th e lesson ? a Yes b I d on 't k n o w " c No W h e n d o goa aorm allg arrive f o r goar lessoas? a whea goa w aat to b a ft e r t h e lessoa starts c before the lessoa starts 2W W rite a class contract _W e m ust, a reive on time. _ _ _ _W hen.w e do.g.ll these.things, correctly, We can; _ Values ^ People who help us units з & k Read and order the text his car Firefighters had to cut the car door accident The police officers drove Harry much better He’s going to leave had a bad car accident His car hit a the hospital a team of doctors and officers phoned the hospital and ffiMBULANCe H arry’s life Now, two weeks later, Harry is УзиА1иа„А /j| lorry and he couldn’t get out of told the nurses about Harry and his to help stop the traffic At to the hospital with the ambulance nurses worked together to save Last week W illiam ’s dad, Harry, hospital and go home to his family and pull Harry out Police W rite a letter to thank the firefighters Imagine that you are William W rite a letter to say thank you to the firefighters, police officers and doctors who saved your dad’s life Use these words to help you two weeks ago operate now better Best wishes D ear Superheroes, great job accident help save life Values Units & О Tell the truth but don’t hurt Read and answer the questions It is always important to tell the truth But there are some times in life when it’s not the best thing to These times are usually when we don’t want to hurt other people’s feelings The truth sometimes moke other people feel bad or unhappy Not telling the truth is called ‘telling a lie’ When we this because we don’t want to hurt someone, it’s colled ‘telling a little white lie’ and it’s OK How can telling the truth sometimes make people feel? •_ W h y we tell little white lies? _ Do you ever tell little white lies? _ U W hen was the last time you told a little white lie? _ Imagine a situation and write about telling a little white lie It was _ _ , _ _ _ _ _1 Values ^ Value you r friendships W rite the sentences and questions I help can my friend?How How can, _I_ help, my friend? tell didn’t I the truth speak should W h o he to? A friend best in cheats My exams really big made I’ve mistake a do? should I W h a t 2% Read the letter and answer the questions Dear Betty a n d Robert, I m worried about my friend, Peter He’s got some new friends at school and they like doing bad things Peter really wants to be part of their group They told him to go to the shopping centre and steal some things Peter doesn’t feel that this is wrong He has started to take little things from a small shop near home He says he’s practising because there are a lot of cameras in the big shopping centre I told him that this group of boys aren t really his friends and that the police can catch him, but he doesn’t want to listen and laughs at me He thinks it’s a joke What should I do? Yours, Daisy Ф How can Daisy help Peter? She_shoyjd W h o can Daisy talk to? _ Should Daisy tell Peter’s parents? _ A Should Daisy tell a teacher? W rite a reply to Daisy Units & Grammar reference W rite the times Jim got up at tw enty.past seven He had a shower a t He got dressed a t He ate his breakfast a t _ He went to school a t He arrived at school a t Read and write They’re going to play tennis, (hockey) N.o they, a ren t _Ih e y V e _g_q{ng_to play hoc/sey She’s going to eat some cheese, (meat) _ He’s going to have lunch at school, (home) W e ’re going to get up early, (late) I’m going to buy a new CD (comic) It’s going to rain, (snow) _ _ Read and choose the right words She rode her bike along)/ left the road They drove p a st / rig h t the school He took the fourth street on the s tra ig h t on / right The museum was acro ss / c o rn e r the street I turned s tra ig h t on / left at the post office The bus stopped at the c o rn e r / across Read and order the words his ^ G ^ r g e ^ a s n ’t (Hh о mew or k ~ J ^ doing^ George, wasn'.t dpjng.bis homework. _ ( in the J S a h s k iin g j (" mountains? ^ ( v V a s j ( T ) (jaa th T ) having a ^ ( wasn’t J U ((to an J ( sailing ) (^ is la n d j ( D a v i d w a s J flEm m a and H a r r y j ((th e park ) { through () ( w ere running J (( the bus stop? () (^Wene~) (^waitirig'at^) ( y o u ) Answer the questions W h a t are these bowls made of? (relvis) W h a t are his shoes made of? (threale) A W h a t’s her scarf made o f? (lowo) W h a t are windows made of? (sagls) _ W h a t’s that watch made o f? (logd) W h a t’s this comic made o f? (reppa) Complete the sentences Jbj?yT€_roQde of.aivcr _ _ _ like cheese It feel •tired J She looked tire d A W e didn’t _ sad They ta ste d _ mangoes _ doesn’t sound very nice It smelled lik e Read and write ‘Yes, you should.’ or ‘No, you shouldn’t.’ Should you leave your rubbish on the ground? Should you play your music very loudly? No,.you.shoujdn.t.- _ Should you use sun cream when you go to the beach? Should you play with animals in fields? _ _ Should you w ear strong shoes when you walk in the mountains? Should you drink w ater from a river? _ W rite questions and answers she / ever / climb / mountain? (/ ) H as.she.ever.cJim bed a rnp.yntain? Ye§i she_hasJ they / ever / win / prize? (X ) he / ever / play / table tennis? (X) _ Д they / ever / make / snowman? (/ ) you / ever / see / the Olym pics? (X) Y L E irre g u la r verbs Infinitive Past tense Past participle Infinitive Past tense Past partic be was / were been know knew known be called was / w ere called been called learn learnt / learned learnt / learr be going to was / w ere going to been going to leave left left begin began begun let let let break broke broken lie down lose make lay down lost made lain down lost made bring brought buy bought brought bought can could - make sure made sure made sure catch caught caught mean meant meant choose chose chosen meet met met come came come must had to had to cut cut cut put put put did done put on put on put on draw drew drawn read read read drink drank drunk ride rode ridden drive drove driven run ran run dry dried dried say said said eat ate eaten see saw seen fall fell fallen sell sold sold fall over fell over fallen over send sent sent feel felt felt should find found found sing sang sung find out found out found out sit sat sat fly flew flown sleep slept slept forget forgot forgotten smell smelt / smelled smelt / smelli get got got speak spoke spoken get (un)dressed got (un)dressed got (un)dressed spell spelt / spelled spelt / spellec get (up / on / off) got (up / on / off) got (up / on / off) spend spent spent get m arried got m arried got m arried stand stood stood get to got to got to steal stole stolen give gave given swim swam swum go went gone / been swing swung swung go out went out gone / been out take to o k taken go shopping went shopping gone / been shopping take a photo / picture to o k a photo / picture taken a phot picture grow grew grown take off to o k off taken off have had had teach taught taught have got had had tell told told have (got) to had to had to think thought thought hear heard heard throw threw throw n hide hid hidden understand understood understood hit hit hit wake up woke up woken up hold held held w ear w ore w orn hurt hurt hurt win won won keep kept kept w rite w rote w ritten Thanks and Acknowledgements p 12(3): Shutterstock/© Nazarino; 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W e would also like to thank all our pupils and colleagues at p.38(4): Shutterstock/© Warren Goldswain; p.38(5): Getty Star English, El Palmar, Murcia and especially Jim Kelly and Images; p.38(60: Shutterstock/© Barry Tuck; p.47: Alamy/© Julie Woodman for their help and suggestions at various Robert Harding World Imagery; p.48(1): Used with kind stages of the project permission of Rejeanne Arsenault; p.48(2): © Trustees of the Dedications British Museum; p.48(3): Alamy/© К-Photos; p.48(4): Press Association/© Rajanish Kakade/AP; p.48(5): Getty Images/© For Carmen Navarro with love Many thanks for all your hard AFP; p.48(6): Shutterstock/© Blanscape; p.54: Shutterstock/© work, help and support over the years - CN Gregdx; p.56(1,2): Shutterstock/© Danny Smythe; p.56(3,4,5): To my Murcian family: Adolfo and Isabel, the Peinado sisters and their other halves for always treating me so well, Thanks for being there and for making my life in Murcia so much fun -M T The Authors and Publishers would like to thank the following teachers for their help in reviewing the material and for the invaluable feedback they provided: Shutterstock/© Alen Kadr; 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