THE ABC PARTY
1-st Leader: Good morning, dear parents, teachers, guests!
2-nd Leader: We are glad to see you at our English party!
1-st: Be with us!
2-nd: Don’ t go!
1-st: Please, stay!
2-nd: Learn together with us and play!
All together: We can read, we can write, we can speak English, too.
We love learning English, and what about you?
1-st: Now we want to tell you about things we like. We like to eat very
much. Please, look at our food.
Cake: I am a cake, Ice-cream: I am an ice-cream,
I am big, I am white and brown,
I am very, very sweet. I am sweet, too.
Orange: I am an orange, Milk: I am milk,
I am orange, I am white,
I am small. Cows give me children drink.
Banana: I am a banana, Pizza: I am a sandwich,
I am yellow, I have a sausage,
I am tasty. I am big.
Apple: I am an apple,
I am red,
I am green.
One apple, two apples, three apples, four.
Five apples, six apples, seven apples, more.
Tell me, little Paul, could you count them all?
A song: Look in my bag, what’s for lunch?
Here’s a cake and an apple to crunch.
A sandwich for me and ice-cream for you,
A banana milk and an orange, too.
2-nd: We like animals, too. We want to show them to you.
Kangaroo: I am a kangaroo, I am tall, I am grey.
Come along the kangaroos, the kangaroos, the kangaroos,
Come along the kangaroos and jump and jump like me.
Bat: I am a bat,
I am black,
I am like a batman.
Mouse: I am a mouse,
I am grey,
I am little.
Cat: I am a cat,
I am big,
I like mice.
Mouse and cat: Little mouse, little mouse
Where is your house?
Little cat, little cat
I have no flat.
Monkey: I am a monkey,
I like trees,
I like to jump.
Lion: I am a lion,
I am orange,
I am big.
A poem: Lions and cats, lions and cats.
Lions and cats and a kangaroo.
All the animals in the zoo.
A song “Can You See a Monkey in Her Cage?”
Elephant: I am an elephant,
I am big, I am grey.
Come along the elephants, the elephants the elephants,
Come along the elephants,
And all work heavily.
Hippo: I am a hippo, hippopotamus,
I am big and fat,
I am grey, too.
A song “Hippopotamus”
Butterfly: I am a butterfly,
I like sun, I like sky,
I am very beautiful.
1-st: You see, we know a lot about animals and food. And we know
letters very well.
A song “ABC’’
A : What is it?
It is red and sweet,
And it is good to eat?
All together: an apple.
B : When I ride,
I am all right.
When I stop, I flop.
All together: a bicycle.
C : I can tell you all the day,
Time to sleep and time to play.
All together: a clock.
D : I have a dog,
His name is Jack.
His head is white
And his ears are black.
E : E is for three and for eleven.
But not for one, two, eight or seven.
F : Flowers here, flowers there,
Flowers growing everywhere!
G : Good morning, good morning, good morning to you,
Good morning, good morning I am glad to see you!
H : Here is my left hand,
Here is my right.
I can clap them
With all my might.
I : I have a mother and a father,
I have a sister and a brother.
J : Jump the rope, jump the rope,
Jump, jump, jump!
K : K is for kite.
Kate has a kite.
It is little, and it is white.
L : Look to this side,
Look to that side.
The green says “Go!”,
The red says “Stop!”
M : M is for mother.
This is my mother, my sister, my brother.
N : N is for Nelly and also for Nick.
They have a book and a little chick.
O : O is for box and also for fox,
And little funny frogs.
P : P is for pen. “ Have you a pen?”
“Yes, I have two” – says little Ben.
Q : Q is for questions Who? What? Why?
Who has a kitten? And Sam answers “I “.
R : Rain, rain, go away
Come again another day,
Little Johnny wants to play!
S : Spring is green, summer is bright,
Autumn is yellow, winter is white.
T : T is for Tom. Tom likes a tram.
He takes a tram and goes to Sam.
U : U is for under but not for on.
Nick is under and who is on?
V : V is in five and also in seven,
It is in twelve and in eleven.
W : Why do you cry, Willy? Why do you cry?
Why, Willy, why, Willy, why, Willy, why?
X : Six, six, six,
Two and four are six.
Y : Y is a yard for puppies to play.
They like to play on a summer day.
Z : I like to go to the zoo, to the zoo.
Come with me to the zoo, to the zoo.
Two leaders together: Goodbye, fathers, goodbye, mothers!
We hope you had fun.
Goodbye, teachers, goodbye, guests,