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Stay Home Worksheets FEL 2

Stay Home Worksheets FEL 2

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Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School
Name:( )DateClass:5 Group
Day 1SPORTS
After the rain, Kim noticed tiny paw marks leading across the garden tothe foot of a jackfruit tree.She asked Aunt Polly (1) _________________ confirmed that a family of squirrels lived in her garden. She said that the squirrels had got (2) _________________ to human beings. She did not (3) _________________ themaway as they (4) _________________ timid and harmless.A few days later, Kim caught her first glimpse (5) _________________ thefurry little (6) _________________. She was (7) _________________ a book in thegarden when they suddenly (8) _________________. There were five of them. Threeof them were half the size of the other two.“The baby squirrels with (9) _________________ parents!” Kim smiled.Sensing her presence, the squirrels scuttled away. Kim was fascinated (10) __________ their reddish fur and bushy tails.19187416.doc- 1 -
 
Answer Key
Fill in each blank with a suitable word using the following SPORTS strategy. Youmay use each word ONCE ONLY. Use arrows to show the links/ clues to youranswers.
Subject-Verb Agreement
Phrasal verbs / Prepositions / Pronouns
Once - use word once
Read twice
Senses - tenses 
 
 
Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School
After the rain, Kim noticed tiny paw marks leading across the garden to thefoot of a jackfruit tree.She asked Aunt Polly (1) ____who______ confirmed that a family of squirrelslived in her garden. She said that the squirrels had got (2) ______used___________ tohuman beings. She did not (3) ______chase___________ them away as they (4) __were / appeared__ timid and harmless.A few days later, Kim caught her first glimpse (5) _______of__________ thefurry little (6) __animals / creatures / squirrels / mammals__. She was (7) ____reading______ a book in the garden when they suddenly (8) ___came /appeared_(note that “appeared” be used only once)_. There were five of them. Threeof them were half the size of the other two.“The baby squirrels with (9) _____their____________ parents!” Kim smiled.Sensing her presence, the squirrels scuttled away. Kim was fascinated (10) ___by_____ their reddish fur and bushy tails.
Name:( )DateClass:5 Group
19187416.doc- 2 -
 
Fill in each blank with a suitable word using the following SPORTS strategy. Youmay use each word ONCE ONLY. Use arrows to show the links/ clues to youranswers.
Subject-Verb Agreement
Phrasal verbs / Prepositions / Pronouns
Once - use word once
Read twice
Senses - tenses
Sense - make sense
 
 
Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School
Jane stood near the display shelf fingering the branded handbag for a longtime. It was the one that she longed to (1) ____________________. She could not(2)_____________________ to buy it and was very tempted to quietly put it into her  big shopping bag. She knew that it was (3) ____________________ for her to steal.She thought about carrying it to May’s birthday (4) _____________________ thenext Sunday. She wanted to show (5) ___________________ the bag to her friends.Her friends would be green (6) ___________________ envy. It would make her the(7) _____________________ “hip” person. This is what we call peer (8) ________.Suddenly Jane (9) _____________________ a voice behind her. “Can I helpyou, Miss?”Jane smiled, shook her head and walked (10) ______________________. Shewas glad that she had not done anything foolish.Jane stood near the display shelf fingering the branded handbag for a long time.It was the one that she longed to (1) have, own (buy-wrong since she could not affordto buy it). She could not (2) afford to buy it and was very tempted to quietly put itinto her big shopping bag. She knew that it was (3) wrong for her to steal. Shethought about carrying it to May’s birthday (4) party the next Sunday. She wantedto show (5) off the bag to her friends. Her friends would be green (6) with envy.It would make her the (7) most “hip” person. This is what we call peer (8) pressure.19187416.doc- 3 -

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