Friday, September 3, 2021


. NAME:…………………….
. GROUP AND TUTOR:……………………..
. SCHOOL YEAR: 22-23

A yellow notebook
A pencil
A pen
A rubber
A ruler
Glue or sello tape

6th Activity Book New Tiger Macmillan: Download "NAVIO" by Macmillan


. To speak to tourists.

. To make friends from other countries.

. To listen to songs in English.

. To visit other countries.

. To understand video games, apps and  films.

. To find a job in the future.

. To read labels of products, magazines, newspapers.

. To follow instructions.

. To fill in forms.




1.               What´s your name?

2.               What’s your surname?

3.               How are you?

4.               How old are you?

5.               Do you like English?

6.               What day is today?

7.               What’s the date today?

8.               What was the date yesterday?

9.               What day will be tomorrow?

10.         What´s your favorite day of the week?

11.         When is your birthday?

12.         What´s your favorite colour?

13.         What´s your favorite sport?

14.         What´s your favorite subject?

15.         Where do you live?

16.         Where are you from?

17.         Have you got any brothers or sisters?

18.         How many brothers and sisters have you got?

19.         Have you got any pets?

20.         What’s your mother’s name?

21.         What’s your tutor’s name?

22.         What colour is your English notebook?

23.         What colour do you get if you mix red and white?

24.         What’s your favourite wild animal?

25.         What colour is a camel?

26.         How do you spell your name?

27.         What  is your nationality?

28.         What’s your favourite fruit?

29.         What’s your favourite TV programme?

30.         What time do you have breakfast?

31.         What are you wearing?

32.         What’s your father’s job?

33.         Have you got a mobile phone?

34.         How many children are there in this class?

35.         What would you like to be when you get older?

36.         Who is your best friend?

37.         Have you ever been to England?

38.         What’s your phone number?

39.         What colour are your eyes?

40.         What colour is your hair?

41.         What’s the weather like today?

42.         Can you ride a bike?

43.         What’s your lucky number?

44.         What time is it?

45.         Do you like onions?

46.         How much is a pencil?

47.         Where can you find kangaroos?

48.         What colour are my trousers?

49.         What are you doing now?

50.         What’s your favourite football team?

51.         How many boys and girls are wearing trainers?

52.         How many legs has a spider got?

53.         Do you speak Chinese?

54.         Can you play the guitar?

55.         Is an elephant bigger than a cat?

56.         Are my eyes blue?

57.         Do you live in a flat or in a house?

58.         What’s your favourite drink?

59.         Is it hot today?

60.         When do we have English lessons?

61.         Is there a library in your town?

62.         How much water do you drink a day?

63.         Is your town near the beach?

64.         Can you touch your nose with your tongue?

65.         Do you have lunch at school?

66.         Do you do your homework every day?

67.         Do you like chocolate cake?

68.         Have you got a ball?

69.         What time do you get up?

70.         What do you have for breakfast?

71.         What type of transport do you use to come to school?

72.         What do you do in your free time?

73.         Do you like computers?

74.         Who plays the music at a disco?

75.         How do you call your mother’s sister?

76.         What’s the opposite of left?

77.         In which city is Hollywood?

78.         What’s the highest mountain in the world?

79.         Do you like reading?

80.         What’s your favourite season?

81.         How do you say “mono” in English?

82.         Is your grandmother tall?

83.         Can a fish fly?

84.         What’s twelve an eleven?

85.         Can a frog jump?

86.         Who is your cousin’s father?

87.         Where is your English notebook?

88.         Can a book run?

89.         What colour is a lettuce?

90.         What colour are your teeth?

91.         How many wings has a bat got?

92.         How many months are there in a year?

93.         How many days are there in a week?

94.         How many letters in the English alphabet?

95.         Is your teacher sleeping?

96.         Is a giraffe short?

97.         Was Picasso a policeman?

98.         Can you cook?

99.         What colour is the sky?

100.   Do you eat your soup with a spoon?

101.   How many legs has a cat got?

102.   Is it Sunday today?

103.   Are you watching TV?

104.   Is it December now?

105.   What colour is your T-shirt?

106.   What season are we in?

107.   How many rooms are there in your house?

108.   Have you got a dining room in your house?

109.   What does your mother do?

110.   Are you hungry?

111.   Can you swim fast?

112.   How many feet have you got?

113.   What time do you get up on Sunday?

114.   What time do you go to bed?

115.   What’s the capital city of Spain?

116.   Is London the capital of England?

117.   Who is my mother’s father?

118.   Which season is the coldest in Spain?

119.   What’s the weather like in winter in Australia?

120.   Who is your father’s mother?

121.   Where is your English notebook?

122.   Can you play basketball?

123.   Can you swim?

124.   Which is the shortest day of the year?

125.   What day does winter begin?

126.   How many days has February?

127.   How many days has September?


Autumn, Harvest (21st September)

Grandparents’ Day ( 2nd Sunday September)

Columbus Day (12th October)

Halloween  (31st October)

Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes Night (5th November)

Veterans/ Poppy Day (11th November)

Thanksgiving (fourth Thursday of November)

Saint Andrew’s Day (30th November)

Christmas Eve (24th December)

Christmas Day (25th December)

Boxing Day (26th December)

New Year’s Eve (31st December)

New Year’s Day (1st January)

Martin Luther King’s Birthday (3rd Monday January)

Burn’s Night in Scotland (25th January)

Australia Day (26th January)

Chinese New Year (End of January or February)

Groundhog Day (2nd February)

Lincoln’s Birthday (12th February)

Saint Valentine’s Day (14th February)

Washington’s Birthday (3rd Monday February)

Pancake/ Shrove Thursday  (40 days before Easter)

Carnival (February or March)

Saint David (1st March)

International Women’s Day (8th March)

Saint Patrick’s Day (17th March)

April Fool (1st April)

Easter (March or April)

Earth Day (22nd April)

Saint George’s Day (23th April)

Labor Day/ May Day (1st May)

European Day (9th May)

Mother’s Day (2nd Sunday May)

Memorial Day ( Last Monday May)

World Environment Day (5th June)

Father’s Day ( 3rd Sunday June)

Midsummer’s Day (24th June)

Independence Day (4th July)




1 No gum.

2 Be a good friend.

3 Control bodily functions.

4 Always follow directions and listen to the teacher.

5 No teasing or bullying others.

6 Don’t waste time when you leave the room.

7 Keep your hand to yourself.

8 Respect other learners by not interrupting.

9 Be supportive when working in groups.

10 Leave toys at home.

11 Keep cell phones turned off in backpacks.

12 Ask for help when you need it.

13 Keep your area clean.


I can follow the rules and we’ll have a good day.

When we follow the rules.

I can listen to my teacher and I follow the rules.

I can follow the directions.

I keep my hands to myself.

I am always nice to everybody. It gives us more time to learn and more time to play. More time for fun stuff every day.

When we follow the rules.



1 Don't eat in class.
2 Try to be nice. Use the magic words: hello, thank you, please, bye.
3 Don't drop rubbish on the  floor.
4 Pay attention and listen to your teacher. Listen when others are speaking.
5 Participate in class. Try to speak English. If you don’t understand, ask. 
6 Work quietly. Do not disturb others. Help each other.
7 Keep your work neat and organized. Do your best.
8 Respect personal, space, rights and property of others.
9 Put your things away when the lesson is finished.
10 Finish your homework at home.

1 We can use mobile phones in the classroom.

2 We can enter and leave the classroom when we want.

3 We are not allowed to run in the corridors.

4 We can chew gum in the class.

5 We aren’t allowed to play games in the playground.

6 We are not allowed to cheet in our exams.


1 F

2 F

3 T

4 F

5 F

6 T



Name 3 farm animals

Name 4 wild animals

Name 2 aquatic animals

Name 3 means of transport

Name 4 school objects

Name 4 school subjects

Name 3 parts of school

Name 3 plants of flowers

Name 4 fruits

Name 5 colours

Name 4 countries

Name 4 clothes

Name 3 verbs related to winter

Name 3 adjectives to describe a house

Name 3 adverbs of frequency

Name 3 things you wear in summer

Name 3 festivals or celebrations

Name 4 parts of a house

Name 3 shapes

Name a planet with the letter “M”

Name 3 professions

Name 3 drinks

Name a month that starts with “A”

Name 2 animals that live in a desert

Name 2 animals that eat meat

Name 3 places in your town

Name 4 sports

Read this number: 256

Read this number: 1,000

Read this number: 67

Read this number: 93

Read this number: 18

Spell “window”

Spell “yellow”

Spell “house”

Spell “kite”

Spell “guitar”

Spell “jump”

Say the forth month of the year

Say the ninth month of the year

Say the eleventh month of the year

Say the second month of the year

Say the first month of the year

Say the eighth month of the year

Correct the sentence “ I’m drinking a sandwich”

Correct the sentence “He’s eating televisión”

Correct the sentence “They are swimming in the garden”

Finish the sentence “I always eat…………….for breakfast”

Finish the sentence “I always…………at 7 o’clock”

Finish the sentence “I sometimes watch…………….”

Finish the sentence “I  never ……………”

Complete the sequence: January, February,………………….

Complete the sequence: eleven, twelve,……………………

Complete the sequence: Tuesday, Wednesday,…………………..

Complete the sequence: Saturday, Sunday,…………………….

Complete the sequence: spring, summer,………………………

Count from 11 to 25

Count from 123 to 141

Count from 567 to 582

Count from 1,000 to 1,018

Count from 2,043 to 2,055

Stand up

Point to the window

Sit down

Touch your toes

Touch your ears

Shake your body

Turn around

Bend your knees

Put your hands up

Pick up a blue pen


1 Attendance/ Calendar// Weather/ The news crew.

2 Homework inspector/ Computer technician/ Librarian.

3 Noise/ clean up monitor.

4 Hand out and collect.

5 Line leader/ Messenger.


. Date
. Weather
. Spelling bees/ hangman/ Chain words/ I spy
. Proverbs
. News  of the week (podcasts)
. Classroom language/ Expressions
. Punctuation
. 4 actions (robots, Silence Kingdom, parrots)/ Total Physical Response/ Follow instructions (art and crafts)/ Easy experiments/ Picture dictation/ Mime and guess/ Memory dictation
. Calculation/ Maths problem/ Series/ Counting backwards
. Homophones/ Homographs/  Minimal pairs/ False friends
. Jokes
. English everywhere
. Dictionary competition
. Spot the differences/ Describing/ Odd one out
. Riddles
. Classify words/ Counting syllables
. True/ False. 10 questions (yes/no)
. Nursery Rhymes/ Songs with lyrics/ Tongue twisters
. Making lists/ Mind maps
. Listening comprehension
. Reading comprehension
.Crosswords/ Word searching/ Vowels missing/ Secret codes/ Words builder
. Surveys

. 5th: AVATAR (introduce yourself). Book of birthdays. Describe an animal, object (show and tell, power point). Water savers/ recycling poster. T-shirt quotations. Short role playing: dialogue, fashion show, phone conversation, shopping or interview (on the radio, finger plays, puppets, podcasts, video editor). Write a postcard/ an email/ short composition.

. 6th: Personal description (who is who, biography). Bookleft or brochure (village, city, country). Recipe (video editor or power point). Traffic signs posters. Drama of story tales (acting for Kindergarden). Write a letter/ composition. Make a magazine.

. Greetings
. Personal information
. Alphabet/ Spelling
. Colours
. Shapes
. Cardinal numbers
. Ordinal numbers
. Days/ Months/ Seasons (Dates)/Years
. Parts of the day
. Weather
. School subjects/ Timetable/ School objects/ Parts of school
. The time

. 5th: UK (Scotland), Australia, India (Gandhi), The USA (New York, Martin Luther King Jr.), South Africa.

. 6th: UK (England- London, The Beatles, Robin Hood, Wales), New Zealand, Canada, Ireland (leyends), Jamaica. 

. 5th: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Australia Day, Grounghog Day, Carnival, Easter, Independence Day.

. 6th: Guy Fawkes,  Memorial Day, Chinese year (horoscope), St Valentine's Day, St Patrick,  April Fool, St George (Shakespeare), Pancake Day.

. 5th: ICT, Sports and body. Animals. Professions. Fruit, vegetables and gardening (water savers, recycling) .  Shopping (clothes, fashion show, dollars).

. 6th: Free time (hobbies, tv programmes, films, games, musical instruments, singers), Geographical wonders and nature (pollution, environment...). In the city (shops, transportation, traffic signs, pounds, measures). Inventions. Healthy habits. Food. Helping people at home (house, set the table, family members). Holidays.

 . 5th: Subject pronouns (I, you, he,she, it, we, you, they) and posssessive adjectives (My, your, his, her, our, your, their). Contractions. Saxon genitive. Verb "To be" (present and past simple tenses; affirmative, negative and question). This/ That/ Tese/ Those. Present continuous. Adjectives (comparatives). Verb "to have", "to do" and "can". Plurals. Opposites. Adverbs of frequency. Prepositions of place. Verb  "Like +-ing. Wh- questions.

.  6th: Object  pronouns (Me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them) and possessive pronouns (Mine, yours, his, her, ours, theirs). Verb "To be" (present, past simple, future "will" and "going to"; affirmative, negative and question). There is /are + some/ any. Regular and irregular verbs (past simple tense)
Revision: Subject pronouns and possessive adjectives. Contractions. Saxon genitive. Adjectives (comparatives and superlatives). Present continuous. Verb "to have", "to do" and "can". Plurals. Opposites. Adverbs of frequency. Prepositions of place. Verb  "Like +-ing. Wh- questions.