Title: Ketchup on Your Cornflakes
Author: Nick Sharratt
Themes: food, express your tastes
Age-range: infant-preschool, 4 – 8 years
Do you like ketchup on your cornflakes? What about custard on your ice-cream? A lovely book by the famous Nick Sharatt. This is a great reissuing of a perennially popular split-page book inviting children to howl with laughter at the fantastic and fantastical food concoctions they create. Loved by the young learners. The book is funny and the grands love the nonsense questions. This book is sure to give your child the giggles! What a clever way to encourage kids to read! So join in the fun with “Ketchup on Your Cornflakes“!
Culture and Vocabulary:
- food (ketchup, cornflakes, custard, apple pie, ice cubes, lemonade, egg, toast, chips, salt, jam, milk);
- furniture (bath, bed);
- body parts (tooth, head, toes);
- vocabulary in English (toothpaste, toothbrush, talcum powder, a woolly hat, a duck, a teddy);
- prepositions “on” (cornflakes, head, egg, toast, toes) and “in” (bath, bed, lemonade);
- possessive adjective (your);
- difference between English and American (chips/fries, custard/cream).
- Do you like… on/in ?
- plural of nouns;
- uncountable nouns (ketchup, custard, salt, milk, salt, talcum powder, lemonade);
- verb: to like (present simple, interrogative form, 2nd person of singular);
- auxiliary verb do.
- the -s at the end of words can be pronounced in different ways: /s/ (cornflakes, chips), /z/ (ice cubes, toes) ou /iz/.
- pronunciation of head /hed/.
- How to express your tastes in English: Do you like? Does he/she like? Do they like?… What do you like?… I like/I don’t like;
- Do you like ketchup? Yes I do./No I don’t;
- eating habits in English-speaking countries, English breakfast for example;
- pupils can create their own book.
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