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TEDDYBEARS - PRESENT CONTINUOUS AND A STORY




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Let's play with some English teddies, shall we? What are they doing?
 
                                                    
 
                                              
 
 
                                                                         
 
                                                           
 
 
 
What are they doing now? Type in short answers (e. g. Yes, he is./ No, he isn't.; Yes, they are./No, they aren't. etc.)
 
Is he playing with a doll?                  Is he eating honey?
 
 
      Is she playing the flute?                       Is he playing basketball?
 
 
    Is he working?                  Are they swimming?
 
 
 
Good job! You must be pretty tired by now! How about a relaxing 'good-night' story? All you have to do is fill in the blanks to make the magic of the story happen. Remember - to be magical - the story has to rhyme! (Here's some help for you - only the actions are missing!)
 

 

LITTLE TEDDY'S BEDTIME RHYME

By Anita K.

 

ONCE UPON A TIME

IN A FOREST FAR AWAY

THERE LIVED A BEAR FAMILY

WHO LIKED TO .

 

BUT WHEN IT GOT COLD,

DADDY BEAR SAID:

'EAT WHAT YOU CAN

AND LET'S TO BED.'

 

SO BEAR AFTER BEAR

TO THE CAVE THEY WOULD GO,

TILL SPRING WOULD

AND THE SUN WOULD GLOW.

 

SO GRANDPA SAID 'GOOD NIGHT',

BUT TEDDY DIDN'T SLEEP.

AND GRANDMA SAID 'SLEEP TIGHT',

BUT TEDDY DIDN'T .

 

AND BROTHER SAID: 'HERE'S BALL',

BUT TEDDY DIDN'T SLEEP.

AND SISTER : 'HERE'S A DOLL',

BUT TEDDY DIDN'T SLEEP.

 

AND DADDY SAID: 'PLEASE, PLEASE,

PLEASE, TEDDY, SLEEP.'

AND MUMMY SAID: 'PLEASE, PLEASE,

PLEASE, TEDDY, SLEEP.'

BUT TEDDY SIMPLY DIDN'T,

COULDN'T, WOULDN'T ASLEEP.