Stage 2 200 headwords | A1 | Starters/Movers | Original
This story tells the adventure of two children.
One is studious and interested in all scientific things. The other is energetic and sporty. Although they live
next door to each other and go to the same school, they never speak... until one day something changes all that. Kim and Tony learn to appreciate each other’s skills and to bring these together to prevent a crime.
Children learn through them that critical thinking and collaboration can solve problems and that you don’t have to be the same to be friends.
school, hobbies, body parts, feelings
Grammar and structures
There is / There are
In this Reader you will find:
Games and language activities | Au audio recording of the story | A picture dictionary
Respecting and appreciating differences | Initiative and inventiveness | Right and wrong
Extra Digital Resources - Student
Extra Digital Resources - Teacher
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