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1 The mouse and the b rd Storycard 1

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$ 13

Narrator:
It’s June. Mrs Mouse and Mr Bird are in the garden. Mrs
Mouse has got a bag.
Mrs Mouse:
Look! Strawberries! I like strawberries.
Mr Bird:
Mmm, I like strawberries, too.

Questions
Is this Mrs Mouse / Mr Bird?
(Yes. / No.)
What are these?
(Strawberries.)
What’s this?
(A bag.)
Has Mrs Mouse got a bag?
(Yes.)
Has Mr Bird got a bag?
(No.)

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1 The mouse and the b rd Storycard 2

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Narrator:
It’s August. Mrs Mouse and Mr Bird are in the forest.
Mrs Mouse:
Look! I’ve got ten nuts.
Mr Bird
I can sing a song. Listen!

Questions
Who is this?
(Mrs Mouse. / Mr Bird.)
Has Mrs Mouse got a bag?
(Yes.)
Has Mr Bird got a bag?
(No.)
What are these?
(Nuts.)
How many nuts has Mrs Mouse got?
(Ten.)
Has Mr Bird got ten nuts?
(No.)

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1 The mouse and the b rd Storycard 3

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$ 13

Narrator:
It’s October. Mrs Mouse and Mr Bird are in the apple
orchard.
Mrs Mouse:
I’ve got four apples. Please help me, Mr Bird.
Mr Bird:
It’s windy. Look at me! Whee!

Questions
What are these?
(Apples.)
How many apples has Mrs Mouse got?
(Four.)
Has Mr Bird got four apples?
(No.)
Is it August?
(No. It’s October.)

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1 The mouse and the b rd Storycard 4

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Narrator:
It’s November. Mrs Mouse is at home. She’s on the phone.
Mrs Mouse:
Hello, Mr Bird. I’ve got lots of food for my birthday party.

Questions
Whose is this house?
(Mrs Mouse’s.)
Who is on the phone?
(Mrs Mouse and Mr Bird.)
Has Mrs Mouse got lots of food?
(Yes.)
Is it November?
(Yes.)

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1 The mouse and the b rd Storycard 5

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Mr Bird:
Great! When’s your birthday?
Mrs Mouse:
It’s in November.

Questions
Who is on the phone?
(Mrs Mouse and Mr Bird.)
When’s Mrs Mouse’s birthday?
(It’s in November.)

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1 The mouse and the b rd Storycard 6

Script CD1
$ 13

Mr Bird:
Oh! My birthday is in November, too.

Questions
When’s Mr Bird’s birthday?
(It’s in November.)
Whose is this house?
(Mr Bird’s.)
Has Mr Bird got lots of food?
(No.)

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1 The mouse and the b rd Storycard 7

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Narrator:
It’s Mr Bird’s birthday. Mrs Mouse and Mr Bird are on
the phone.
Mr Bird:
Oh, Mrs Mouse! I haven’t got any food for my birthday.
Mrs Mouse:
Silly Mr Bird! Come to my house!

Questions
Who is on the phone?
(Mrs Mouse and Mr Bird.)
When’s Mr Bird’s birthday?
(Today.)
Has Mr Bird got lots of food?
(No.)

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1 The mouse and the b rd Storycard 8

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Narrator:
Mrs Mouse has got a present for Mr Bird. What is it?
Mrs Mouse:
It’s a bag for food. Do you like it?
Mr Bird:
Yes, I do. Thank you.
Mrs Mouse:
Happy birthday, Mr Bird.

Questions
Whose is this house?
(Mrs Mouse’s.)
What’s this?
(A present.)
What’s Mr Bird’s present?
(A bag for food.)
What can Mr Bird put in his bag?
(Strawberries, nuts and apples.)

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21 Uncle Joe can’t draw Storycard 1

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Narrator:
It’s carnival today.
Polly:
I like carnival!
Jake:
Me too! It’s great!
Mum:
Look. This is from Uncle Joe.

Questions
How many people are there?
(Three.)
The boy is Jake, the girl is Polly and the woman is their
Mum.
Is it a special day?
(Yes, it’s carnival today.)
Do Polly and Jake like carnival?
(Yes.)
Mum has got a letter. Who is it from?
(Uncle Joe.)

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21 Uncle Joe can’t draw Storycard 2

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Narrator:
There’s a message from Uncle Joe. What is it?
Polly:
‘See you at the carnival. Can you find me?’ And there’s
a picture.
Jake:
What is it?
Mum:
Oh, dear! Uncle Joe can’t draw!

Questions
What does the message say?
(‘See you at the carnival. Can you find me?’)
What’s this? Is it a picture?
(Yes.)
Do Polly and Jake know what it is?
(No.)
Do you know what it is?
(No. / Yes.)
Uncle Joe can’t draw!

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21 Uncle Joe can’t draw Storycard 3

Script CD1
$ 36

Narrator:
The carnival is lots of fun.
Polly:
Look, Jake! There are two babies. They’re lions!
Jake:
Ha ha! And look at the men, Polly!

Questions
Where are Polly and Jake? Are they at the carnival?
(Yes.)
How many babies are there?
(There are two babies.)
They’re lions.
How many men are there?
(There are three men.)
They’re Lego men.
Do Polly and Jake like the carnival?
(Yes.)

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21 Uncle Joe can’t draw Storycard 4

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Narrator:
There are lots of people. But where’s Uncle Joe?
Jake:
There are four clowns. They’re funny. But I can’t see
Uncle Joe.
Polly:
Hmm. Is it a horse? Look! There’s a horse.

Questions
How many clowns are there?
(There are four clowns.)
Can Jake see Uncle Joe?
(No.)
What can Polly see?
(A horse.)
Is the picture a horse? What do you think?
(Yes. / No.)

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21 Uncle Joe can’t draw Storycard 5

Script CD1
$ 36

Narrator:
There are two boys in the horse.
Jake:
No. It isn’t Uncle Joe.
Polly:
Oh, dear! Uncle Joe can’t draw!

Questions
Is Uncle Joe in the horse?
(No.)
Who is in the horse?
(Two boys.)
Is the picture a horse?
(No.)

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21 Uncle Joe can’t draw Storycard 6

Script CD1
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Jake:
Look at the boys and girls! But where’s Uncle Joe?
Polly:
There’s a big ship. It’s a pirate ship.

Questions
Can Jake see Uncle Joe?
(No.)
What can Polly see?
(A pirate ship.)
Is it a small ship?
(No. It’s a big ship!)

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21 Uncle Joe can’t draw Storycard 7

Script CD1
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Polly:
And I can see Uncle Joe! He’s a pirate!
Jake:
A pirate! Cool!

Questions
Can Polly see Uncle Joe?
(Yes.)
What is Uncle Joe’s carnival costume?
(A pirate.)
Where is Uncle Joe? Is he on the ship?
(Yes.)

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21 Uncle Joe can’t draw Storycard 8

Script CD1
$ 36

Polly:
Uncle Joe! You’re a pirate!
Uncle Joe:
Yes! There’s a picture in the message. Look!
Jake:
Oh! It’s a ship!

Questions
Where are Polly and Jake? Are they on the ship?
(Yes.)
What’s the picture?
(A ship.)
Can Uncle Joe draw?
(No.)

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31 The grumpy pr nce Storycard 1

Script CD1
$ 59

Narrator:
This is King Jolly. He’s a happy king.
King Jolly:
Good morning!
Servant:
Good morning!

Questions
Who’s this?
(King Jolly.)
Where’s King Jolly?
(At home. / In the hall. / In a castle.)
Is King Jolly happy?
(Yes.)

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31 The grumpy pr nce Storycard 2

Script CD1
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Narrator:
Today, King Jolly has got a letter. He isn’t very happy.
King Jolly:
Oh, no! It’s a letter from Prince Grumpy. He wants to visit
the castle.
Queen Jolly:
When?
King Jolly:
On Friday!

Questions
Who’s this?
(King Jolly.)
This is Queen Jolly. This is the Princess.
Is King Jolly happy?
(No.)
What has King Jolly got?
(A letter.)
Who is the letter from?
(Prince Grumpy.)
What does Prince Grumpy want? Does he want to visit
the castle?
(Yes.)
When?
(On Friday.)

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31 The grumpy pr nce Storycard 3

Script CD1
$ 59

Narrator:
King Jolly’s castle is very small. And Prince Grumpy is
VERY grumpy.
King Jolly:
Oh, dear! There are 50 men.
Queen Jolly:
50 men! There aren’t 50 bedrooms.
Princess:
Wait! I’ve got an idea.

Questions
Is Queen / King Jolly happy?
(No.)
How many men has Prince Grumpy got?
(50.)
Is King Jolly’s castle big or small?
(Small.)
Are there 50 bedrooms?
(No.)
Is Prince Grumpy a happy prince?
(No.)
He’s VERY grumpy.
Who has got an idea?
(The Princess.)

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31 The grumpy pr nce Storycard 4

Script CD1
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Narrator:
Here’s Prince Grumpy. He’s in the hall.
King Jolly:
Welcome to my castle!
Prince Grumpy:
This castle is small. There isn’t a big hall.
Princess:
But there’s a big garden.

Questions
Who’s this?
(Prince Grumpy.)
Where is he?
(In the hall. / In King Jolly’s castle.)
Does he like the castle?
(No.)
Why?
(It’s small.)
Is he happy?
(No.)
Is there a small garden?
(No. There’s a big garden.)

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31 The grumpy pr nce Storycard 5

Script CD1
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Princess:
And there are lots of tents.
Prince Grumpy:
Tents! I don’t like tents.

Questions
What are these?
(Tents.)
Does Prince Grumpy like tents?
(No.)
Is Prince Grumpy happy?
(No.)

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31 The grumpy pr nce Storycard 6

Script CD1
$ 59

Narrator:
The Prince is grumpy. There aren’t 50 bedrooms or a big
bathroom.
Princess:
Here’s your tent. There’s a bedroom and a bathroom.
Valet:
Ooh! It’s lovely!
Prince Grumpy:
Hmmph!

Questions
Has Prince Grumpy got a tent?
(Yes.)
Is it a nice tent?
(Yes.)
There’s a bedroom and a bathroom.
Look. There’s a picture. Who is it?
(Prince Grumpy.)
Is Prince Grumpy happy?
(No.)

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31 The grumpy pr nce Storycard 7

Script CD1
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Narrator:
The next day. It’s sunny. Prince Grumpy is in the garden.
Prince Grumpy:
Hmm. There aren’t any flowers. But I like rivers … and
I like fish. And the people here are happy. I like it!

Questions
Where’s Prince Grumpy?
(In the garden.)
What’s the weather like?
(It’s sunny.)
Does Prince Grumpy like rivers / fish?
(Yes.)
Does Prince Grumpy like the happy people?
(Yes.)
Is Prince Grumpy happy?
(Yes.)

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31 The grumpy pr nce Storycard 8

Script CD1
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Narrator:
Look at Prince Grumpy now! He isn’t grumpy. He’s happy.
Prince Grumpy:
Thank you, King Jolly. Your castle is small, but it’s a
happy castle.

Questions
Is Prince Grumpy happy?
(Yes.)
Is King Jolly happy?
(Yes.)
King Jolly’s Castle is small, but it’s a happy castle!

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41 The Arc t c explorers Storycard 1

Script CD2
$ 04

Narrator:
Max and Ellie are at home. It’s raining.
Ellie:
Look at the rain! I’m bored. Are you bored?
Max:
Yes, I am. Let’s find a game.

Questions
Who’s this?
(Max. / Ellie.)
Where are Max and Ellie?
(At home.)
What’s the weather like?
(It’s raining.)
Are Max and Ellie bored?
(Yes.)
What does Max want?
(A game.)

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41 The Arc t c explorers Storycard 2

Script CD2
$ 04

Narrator:
What’s in the box? There aren’t any games. Max has got
a picture.
Ellie:
Look at these old things!
Max:
This is Grandad. Look! He’s an explorer. He’s in the Arctic.

Questions
What’s this?
(A box.)
What’s in the box? Is there a game?
(No.)
There’s a picture.
Who is in the picture?
(Grandad. / Max and Ellie’s grandad.)
He’s an explorer.
Where is Grandad in the picture?
(In the Arctic.)

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41 The Arc t c explorers Storycard 3

Script CD2
$ 04

Narrator:
Now Ellie has got a hat and a sweater. Max has got
a scarf! It’s a magic scarf.
Max:
Ha ha! I’ve got a scarf!

Questions
Are Max and Ellie bored?
(No.)
What has Ellie got?
(A hat and a sweater.)
What has Max got?
(A scarf.)
Look! It’s magic!

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41 The Arc t c explorers Storycard 4

Script CD2
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Max:
Ooh! I’m dizzy. Are you dizzy, Ellie?
Ellie:
Yes, I am. Max! We’re in the Arctic!
Explorer:
Hello. Come and explore!

Questions
Are Max and Ellie dizzy?
(Yes.)
Are Max and Ellie at home?
(No.)
Where are they?
(In the Arctic.)

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41 The Arc t c explorers Storycard 5

Script CD2
$ 04

Narrator:
Look at the dogs! They can run fast.
Ellie:
This is fun. Are you scared Max?
Max:
No, I’m not. I’m excited.

Questions
How many dogs are there?
(There are four dogs.)
Are they fast?
(Yes.)
Is Max scared?
(No.)
Is he excited?
(Yes.)

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41 The Arc t c explorers Storycard 6

Script CD2
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Narrator:
Max and Ellie are explorers now.
Ellie:
I like the Arctic.
Max:
Me too! I’m not bored now. I’m happy.

Questions
Do Ellie and Max like the Arctic?
(Yes.)
What are Max and Ellie now?
(Explorers.)
Are Max and Ellie bored?
(No.)
Are Max and Ellie happy?
(Yes.)

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41 The Arc t c explorers Storycard 7

Script CD2
$ 04

Narrator:
It’s cold in the Arctic. There’s lots of snow. Oh, no!
There’s a bear.
Bear:
Grrrr!
Max:
Help! It’s a bear! Run, Ellie!
Ellie:
No, Max. Take off the scarf!

Questions
What’s this?
(A bear.)
Are Max and Ellie scared?
(Yes.)
Is Max wearing the scarf?
(Yes.)
What does Ellie say to Max?
(Take off the scarf.)
Why?
(It’s magic. It can take them home.)

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41 The Arc t c explorers Storycard 8

Script $ 04
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Narrator:
The explorers are at home. What an adventure!
Dad:
Come on, Ellie and Max! It’s dinner time.
Max:
Dinner time! Are you hungry?
Ellie:
Yes, I am.

Questions
Where are Max and Ellie?
(At home.)
Who’s this?
(Dad. / Max and Ellie’s dad.)
Are Max and Ellie hungry?
(Yes.)

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51 The p per of Hamel n Storycard 1

Script CD2
$ 27

Narrator:
This is Hamelin. It’s a small town. It’s pretty. But there’s
a problem.
Man:
There are rats in the town!
Woman:
I don’t like them.
Mayor:
I’ve got an idea.

Questions
This is Hamelin. Is it a pretty town?
(Yes.)
What’s this?
(A rat.)
There’s a problem. What is it?
(There are rats.)
Do people like the rats?
(No.)
This is the mayor. He’s got an idea.

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51 The p per of Hamel n Storycard 2

Script CD2
$ 27

Narrator:
This is the piper. He can play the flute. He can help.
Piper:
‘Can you help?’ Yes, I can.

Questions
Who’s this?
(The piper.)
What’s this?
(A flute.)
What does the poster say?
(‘Can you help?’)
Can the piper help?
(Yes.)

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51 The p per of Hamel n Storycard 3

Script CD2
$ 27

First picture: Second picture:


Narrator: Woman:
The piper is in Hamelin. Can he help us?
Piper: Mayor:
I can help. My flute Yes, he can.
is magic.
Mayor:
Good. I’ve got lots
of money.

Questions
Where’s the piper?
(In Hamelin.)
This is the mayor. Has the mayor got lots of money?
(Yes.)
Can the piper help?
(Yes, he can.)
How?
(He’s got a magic flute.)

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51 The p per of Hamel n Storycard 4

Script CD2
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Narrator:
The piper can play the flute. It’s magic. Look at the rats!
Mayor:
Look! There aren’t any rats in the town.
People:
Hooray!

Questions
What’s this?
(A flute. / The piper’s flute.)
Are there rats in the town?
(No.)
Where are the rats? Are they with the piper?
(Yes.)
Are the people happy?
(Yes.)

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51 The p per of Hamel n Storycard 5

Script CD2
$ 27

Narrator:
The people are happy. But the piper is angry.
Piper:
There aren’t any rats in the town now. I want my
money, please.
Mayor:
No. I haven’t got any money. Go away!

Questions
Are there rats in the town?
(No.)
Who’s this?
(The piper.)
Who’s this?
(The mayor.)
Is the piper happy?
(No.)
He’s angry.
Has the mayor got money? What do you think?
(Yes. / No.)

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51 The p per of Hamel n Storycard 6

Script CD2
$ 27

Narrator:
The piper has got an idea. The flute is magic. Look at the
children!
Boy 1:
Wow! Listen to the music! It’s great!
Boy 2:
I can play the violin.
Girl:
I can play the trumpet. Wait for me!

Questions
Is the flute magic?
(Yes.)
How many children can you see?
(Nine.)
Do the children like the music?
(Yes.)
Where are the children? Are they with the piper?
(Yes.)

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51 The p per of Hamel n Storycard 7

Script CD2
$ 27

Narrator:
There aren’t any children in the town. The people are sad
and angry.
Woman:
I want my children!
Man:
Can you help?
Mayor:
Yes. I can find the children.

Questions
Are there children in the town?
(No.)
Are the people happy?
(No.)
Are the people sad / angry?
(Yes.)
Can the mayor help?
(Yes, he can.)

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51 The p per of Hamel n Storycard 8

Script CD2
$ 27

Narrator:
The children are in the forest. They can play music.
Mayor:
I’m sorry. Here is your money.
Piper:
Thank you. Come on, children! Let’s go home!

Questions
Where are the children?
(In the forest.)
Are the children happy?
(Yes.)
Is the mayor in the forest?
(Yes.)
Has the piper got money?
(Yes.)
Is the piper happy?
(Yes.)
Second picture:
Where are the children?
(In the town. / At home.)
Are the people happy?
(Yes.)

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61 The house n the fore s t Storycard 1

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Narrator:
It’s Saturday. Jenny, Ben, Mia and Dan are in the forest.
There’s a big house. It’s got a big door.
Mia:
Look at the house! It’s big!
Dan:
It’s VERY big!
Jenny:
The door is open!

Questions
How many children are there?
(Four.)
They’re Jenny, Mia, Ben and Dan.
Where are they?
(In the forest.)
What’s this?
(A house.)
It’s a big house.
What’s this?
(A door.)
It’s a big door.

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61 The house n the fore s t Storycard 2

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Narrator:
The children are in the living room. There’s a sofa
and an armchair. They’re big.
Dan:
Look at me! I’m on the sofa.
Ben:
Where’s Jenny? Is she in the hall?
Mia:
No, she isn’t.

Questions
Where are the children?
(In the living room.)
What’s this?
(A sofa. / An armchair. / The living room.)
Is Jenny in the living room?
(No, she isn’t.)
Is Jenny in the hall?
(No, she isn’t.)

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61 The house n the fore s t Storycard 3

Script CD2
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Narrator:
Where’s Jenny? She isn’t in the hall.
Mia:
Jenny! Where are you?
Ben:
Is she in the kitchen?
Dan:
No, she isn’t.

Questions
Where are the children?
(In the hall.)
Is Jenny in the hall?
(No, she isn’t.)
Is Jenny in the kitchen?
(No, she isn’t.)

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61 The house n the fore s t Storycard 4

Script CD2
$ 50

First picture: Second picture:


Narrator: Jenny:
Jenny is in the bedroom. There’s a giant! Help!
Jenny:
Look! There’s a big bed and
a lamp and … oh, no!

Questions
Where’s Jenny?
(In the bedroom.)
What’s this?
(A bed.)
What’s this?
(A lamp.)
What’s this?
(A giant.)
There’s a giant in the bedroom!

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61 The house n the fore s t Storycard 5

Script CD2
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Narrator:
Look at the giant! He’s big! And he’s fast!
Jenny:
Help!

Questions
Who’s this?
(Jenny. / The giant.)
Is the giant fast?
(Yes.)
Is Jenny scared?
(Yes.)

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61 The house n the fore s t Storycard 6

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Narrator:
But the giant isn’t angry. He’s bored. There aren’t any
other giants in the forest.
Giant:
I’m bored. I want to play.
Jenny:
Oh! OK. I’m Jenny.

Questions
Where’s Jenny?
(On the giant’s hand.)
Is the giant angry?
(No.)
Is the giant bored?
(Yes.)
Are there any other giants in the forest?
(No.)
The giant wants friends.
Is Jenny scared now?
(No.)

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61 The house n the fore s t Storycard 7

Script CD2
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Jenny:
These are my friends.
Giant:
Hello!
Dan:
Wow! You’re a giant!

Questions
Where are the children?
(In the kitchen.)
Is the giant happy?
(Yes.)

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61 The house n the fore s t Storycard 8

Script CD2
$ 50

First picture: Second picture:


Narrator: Giant:
Now the giant isn’t bored. Goodbye. Come again!
He’s happy.
Jenny:
The giant is our new friend.
Dan:
Look at me!

Questions
Is the giant bored?
(No.)
Are the children happy?
(Yes.)
Is the giant happy?
(Yes.)
Has the giant got new friends?
(Yes.)

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71 V s tors f rom s pace Storycard 1

Script CD3
$ 04

Narrator:
Beep and Zap are aliens. They are on Earth. They want
to learn.
Zap:
Hello. What are you doing?
Tom:
I’m playing a game.
Annie:
I’m painting.
Beep:
Painting?

Questions
Where are Zap and Beep from?
(Space.)
They’re aliens!
Where are they?
(In a garden. / On Earth.)
This is Annie. Is Annie painting?
(Yes.)
This is Bella. This is Tom. Are Bella and Tom
playing a game?
(Yes.)

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71 V s tors f rom s pace Storycard 2

Script CD3
$ 04

Narrator:
It’s hot in the garden. Bella is thirsty.
Beep:
What are you doing?
Bella:
I’m drinking lemonade.
Beep:
Lemonade?

Questions
Is Bella hungry?
(No.)
She’s thirsty.
What’s this?
(Lemonade.)
Is Bella drinking?
(Yes.)

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71 V s tors f rom s pace Storycard 3

Script CD3
$ 04

Narrator:
Beep is thirsty, too.
Beep:
Yummy! I like lemonade.
Bella:
Wait! Beep! That isn’t lemonade!

Questions
Is Beep thirsty?
(Yes.)
What’s this? Is it lemonade?
(No.)
It’s lemon soap!
Does Beep like the soap?
(Yes.)
Beep is an alien!

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71 V s tors f rom s pace Storycard 4

Script CD3
$ 04

Narrator:
Tom is hungry.
Zap:
What are you doing?
Tom:
I’m cooking a pizza.

Questions
Is Tom thirsty?
(No.)
He’s hungry.
Is Tom cooking a pizza?
(Yes.)
Is Zap in the kitchen?
(Yes.)

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71 V s tors f rom s pace Storycard 5

Script CD3
$ 04

Narrator:
Zap is in the kitchen with Tom. Beep is in the living room.
Beep:
What’s this?
Annie:
It’s a TV. I’m watching TV.

Questions
Where’s Zap?
(In the kitchen.)
Where’s Beep?
(In the living room.)
What’s this?
(A TV.)
Is Annie watching TV?
(Yes.)
What is the man doing? Is he cooking?
(Yes.)

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71 V s tors f rom s pace Storycard 6

Script $ 04
CD3

Narrator:
Now Zap is in the living room, too.
TV presenter:
I’m cooking. Do you like pizza?
Zap:
Yes, I do.

Questions
Where’s Zap?
(In the living room.)
Is Zap watching TV?
(Yes.)
What can Zap see?
(A pizza.)
Does Zap like pizza?
(Yes.)

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71 V s tors f rom s pace Storycard 7

Script CD3
$ 04

Narrator:
Zap is hungry.
Zap:
Yummy! I want a pizza!
Bella:
Wait! Zap! What are you doing? The pizza isn’t IN the TV!

Questions
Is Zap hungry?
(Yes.)
What can Zap see?
(A pizza.)
Is the pizza IN the TV?
(No.)
Zap doesn’t understand.
Can Zap eat the pizza?
(No.)

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71 V s tors f rom s pace Storycard 8

Script $ 04
CD3

Narrator:
Look, Zap! This isn’t a TV.
Zap:
Earth is a funny place.
Beep:
Yes, it is.

Questions
Where’s Zap?
(In the kitchen.)
What’s Tom doing?
(He’s cooking a pizza for Zap.)
Can Zap eat the pizza?
(Yes.)

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81 The b g pe t swap Storycard 1

Script CD3
$ 27

Narrator:
Charlie likes animals. He wants a pet.
Charlie:
Dad, I’d like a cat.
Charlie’s dad:
I’m sorry, Charlie. This house is too small.

Questions
Who’s this?
(Charlie. / Charlie’s dad.)
Does Charlie like animals?
(Yes.)
Has Charlie got a pet?
(No.)
The house is too small.

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81 The b g pe t swap Storycard 2

Script CD3
$ 27

Narrator:
Now Charlie wants a small pet for a small house. He asks
his friends.
Charlie:
Emma, have you got a pet?
Emma:
Yes, I have. I’ve got a tortoise. But he’s very slow.
I’d like a dog.

Questions
Who’s this?
(Charlie. / Charlie’s friend Emma.)
Has Emma got a pet?
(Yes.)
What is Emma’s pet?
(A tortoise.)
The tortoise is very slow.
What pet would Emma like?
(A dog.)

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81 The b g pe t swap Storycard 3

Script CD3
$ 27

Narrator:
Charlie asks his neighbours.
Charlie:
Hello, Mrs May. Has Mr May got a pet?
Mrs May:
Yes, he has. He’s got a parrot. It’s very loud. I’d like a fish.

Questions
Who’s this?
(Charlie. / Mrs May. / Mr May.)
Has Mr May got a pet?
(Yes.)
What is Mr May’s pet?
(A parrot.)
The parrot is very loud.
Does Mrs May like the parrot?
(No.)
What pet would Mrs May like?
(A fish.)

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81 The b g pe t swap Storycard 4

Script CD3
$ 27

Narrator:
Charlie asks more people. He has got an idea.
Charlie:
Very slow, very loud, very big, very small … Let’s have
a big pet swap!

Questions
Which pet is slow?
(The tortoise.)
Which pet is loud?
(The parrot.)
Which pet is quiet?
(The fish.)
Charlie has got an idea.

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81 The b g pe t swap Storycard 5

Script CD3
$ 27

Narrator:
Charlie and Emma invite people to the pet swap
on Saturday.
Charlie:
Has he got a pet?
Emma:
Yes, he has. He’s got a fish.

Questions
Where are Charlie and Emma?
(In their street.)
How many animals can you see?
(Five.)
Has the boy got a pet?
(Yes.)
What is it?
(A fish.)
Who wants a fish?
(Mrs May.)

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81 The b g pe t swap Storycard 6

Script $ 27
CD3

Narrator:
It’s Saturday. People like the big pet swap.
Charlie:
Do you like your new tortoise?
Old man:
Yes, I do.

Questions
Look at the man. Is he old?
(Yes.)
What new pet has he got?
(A tortoise.)
Is he happy?
(Yes.)
Are the people happy?
(Yes.)
Are the animals happy?
(Yes.)

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81 The b g pe t swap Storycard 7

Script CD3
$ 27

Narrator:
Look at Emma! She’s got a dog. He can run fast.
Emma:
Hello. I like my new dog. But what about Charlie?
Has he got a pet?
Charlie’s dad:
Yes, he has. Come and see!

Questions
What new pet has Emma got?
(A dog.)
Is Emma happy?
(Yes.)
Is the dog happy?
(Yes.)

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81 The b g pe t swap Storycard 8

Script CD3
$ 27

Narrator:
Look at Charlie’s pet! Can you see it?
Emma:
What is it?
Charlie:
It’s a stick insect. His name is Woody.

Questions
Has Charlie got a pet?
(Yes.)
Is it a big pet or a small pet?
(Small.)
Can you see Charlie’s pet?
(Yes. / No.)
What is it?
(A stick insect.)
Is Charlie happy?
(Yes.)

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91 The p cn c Storycard 1

Script CD3
$ 50

Narrator:
Isabella is in Green Grass village. She’s a visitor.
She’s hungry.
Isabella:
Hello. I’m very hungry. Have you got any food for me?
Please?
Woman 1:
No. There isn’t any food in here.

Questions
This is Isabella. Where is Isabella?
(In Green Grass Village.)
Is Isabella hungry?
(Yes.)
Is the woman nice?
(No.)
Is there any food in the basket? What do you think?
(Yes.)

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91 The p cn c Storycard 2

Script CD3
$ 50

Narrator:
The people in Green Grass village are grumpy.
Isabella:
Have you got any old bread for me? Please?
Baker:
No. There isn’t any bread for you.

Questions
Is the man nice?
(No.)
Is there any bread in his shop? What do you think?
(Yes.)
Are the people in Green Grass Village nice?
(No.)

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91 The p cn c Storycard 3

Script CD3
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Narrator:
But Isabella has got an idea.
Woman 2:
What are you doing?
Isabella:
I’m having a picnic. It’s very pretty here.

Questions
Who has got an idea?
(Isabella.)
What is Isabella doing? Is she having a picnic?
(Yes.)
Has Isabella got any food?
(No.)

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91 The p cn c Storycard 4

Script CD3
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Isabella:
Hmm. There isn’t any chicken. I like chicken.
Woman 2:
I like chicken, too. There’s some chicken in my kitchen.

Questions
Does Isabella like chicken?
(Yes.)
Is there any chicken at the picnic?
(No.)
Does the woman like chicken?
(Yes.)
Has the woman got some chicken?
(Yes, she has.)
Where is it?
(In her kitchen.)

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91 The p cn c Storycard 5

Script CD3
$ 50

Narrator:
The people in the village want to see.
Man 1:
What are you doing?
Isabella:
Well, I’m having a picnic. But there isn’t any salad.
Woman 3:
There’s some salad in my garden.

Questions
Are the people watching?
(Yes.)
They want to see Isabella’s picnic.
Is there any salad at the picnic?
(No.)
Has the woman got some salad?
(Yes, she has.)
Where is it?
(In her garden.)

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91 The p cn c Storycard 6

Script CD3
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Narrator:
Now there are lots of people.
Isabella:
Hmm. There isn’t any cheese and there isn’t any bread.
Woman 4:
There’s some cheese in my kitchen.
Baker:
There’s some bread in my shop.

Questions
Are there lots of people now?
(Yes.)
Is there any cheese at the picnic?
(No.)
Has the woman got some cheese?
(Yes, she has.)
Is there any bread at the picnic?
(No.)
Has the man got some bread?
(Yes, he has.)

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91 The p cn c Storycard 7

Script CD3
$ 50

Narrator:
Look at the picnic! Now there’s lots of food.
The people are happy.
Woman 1:
This is fun! I like picnics!
Baker:
Here’s some cake.
Isabella:
Thank you.

Questions
Is there any bread / cheese / chicken / salad / cake
at the picnic?
(Yes.)
Are there lots of people at the picnic?
(Yes.)
Are the people happy?
(Yes.)
Is Isabella happy?
(Yes.)
Is Isabella hungry?
(No.)

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91 The p cn c Storycard 8

Script CD3
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Narrator:
It’s time to say goodbye.
Isabella:
Thank you! A village picnic is lots of fun!
Woman 1:
Come again! You’re welcome here.

Questions
Are the people happy?
(Yes.)
Has Isabella got new friends?
(Yes.)

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