KIT #6 - Advanced Conversational Skills
This learning kit continues the direction set in Kit #5 in developing conversational/social abilities through 50 model sentences. Examples are: "Is this yours?" "Take this to ..." "I'm all done" Where are you going?" "Are you ready?" "What did you say?" "Do you want to play a game?" In addition, 150 new vocabulary words and 300 phonetic components are taught, as well as the numbers sequences 5, 10, 15, 20 ... 100, and 10, 20, 30 ... 100. We introduce coin/money values and present stories based on children's poems, songs and daily experiences. (We recommend that this kit be used after Kit #5 because of the advanced content.) As all the learning kits, it contains an audio CD, DVD and books.
This kit covers:
The words covered in this learning kit are: left right umbrella computer tomato dryer iceberg pond seatbelt ostrich flamingo crown letter lizard climb sandwich kettle yolk helicopter shovel cheetah 1+1=2 cheese sailboat stick want hungry thirsty tired llama 1+2=3 top bottom pool front back strawberry candle flag bridge grass calendar blink camel violin arrow branch screwdriver road traffic light 25, 50, 75, 100 dragonfly much penny nickel dime quarter dollar shark 1+3=4 pumpkin meerkat turtle breakfast beach cereal clothes drink morning toilet flush toothpaste juice when anteater merry go round come happened help yours take done going store going ready hawk 1+4=5 about give lady came shop there way one butterfly fly bow hip pin put web some mix get jet say doing game answer bother myself gone finished
Sentences: Are you ready? I'm ready. All finished. It's all gone. I can do it myself. Please don't bother me. I know the answer. Do you want to play a game? What are you doing? What did you say? I'm hungry. I'm thirsty. I'm tired. What do you want? Please come here. What happened? I need help. Is this yours? Take this to Tom. I'm all done. Where are you going? I'm going to the store. May I go with you? How much is a penny? One penny is one cent. One nickel is five cents. One dime is 10 cents. One quarter is 25 cents. One dollar is 100 cents.