

Ten, twenty, thirty, forty
Ten, twenty, thirty, forty 
This is part of a survey on the number of pupils in Andrew's school for the school In the total, write words, not numbers.
In our school (1) (1)…..................…. are children from many different countries from around the world. There are (2)…..................…. boys and (3)…..................…. girls, in total. In Δ'class there are 

Break my code
Every letter has got a number. Look: e.g. A is 11, N is 42, W is 63 Can you break this code?
114214522163 3153 62215271 2411444472 1154 243153 422163 531324434334 .......................................................................................... ..........................................................................................
.............................................................................................................. Now make a short message in the secret code. Dictate it to your classmate 
Andrew wants to meet some of his newfriends at school but he doesn't knowwhich their classrooms are. Listen to hisfriends talking about their classrooms. Canyou help him find them? Write numbers inthe boxes. Which of these classrooms do you like and why? Tell the class.
Can you talk about your school now? What is there? Is there a playground, a basketball court, a music room, a computer room? How many classrooms are there? How many students are there in your class and how many teachers are there in the school? Write down your answers and use them to talk about your school to a pen friend (look at lesson 3 and see how you can find one) or a cousin who lives in Australia, Canada or the USA. .................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................
