Unit 6. Getting Around. Sometimes I go very near. Sometimes I go quite far. I go to the park on my bike. I go down to town in the car. Book p.50. When we go to the supermarket My Dad takes us there in his van. When I go to the playground I walk And I go with my big brother Dan.
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Sometimes I go quite far.
I go to the park on my bike.
I go down to town in the car.
When we go to the supermarket
My Dad takes us there in his van.
When I go to the playground I walk
And I go with my big brother Dan.
I go to school on the bus
And the library on the train.
That’s how I go to these places.
That’s how I come home again.
I drive to work.
I ride my motorcycle to work every day.
Bob and Jane live in a busy town. There are many ways to get around.
We walk to school
Bob and Jane see on the way.
The blue motorcycle goes over the road hump.
A boy walks across the footbridge.
A woman climbs up the footbridge.
A man goes down the footbridge.
The car is in front of the mini-bus.
The mini- bus is behind the car.
The car is between the yellow motorcycle and the mini-bus.
Bob and Jane want to go somewhere after school. Mum tells them how to get there.
This is what Mum says.
A man goes for a drive in a little red car.
He goes past bicycles, motorcycles and cars. He goes past buses, vans and trucks.
He comes to a traffic light.
“Stop! Stop! Stop!” says the traffic light.
“I’m red. You can’t go!”
“Why should I stop?” says the man in the little red car.
Then CRASSSH! Goes the little red car.
“That’s why you should stop!” says the red traffic light.
When Mr. Red
Fell out of bed,
He got a bump
Upon his head.
Got on our bus
And left on room
For the rest of us.