Getting Dressed + TIPS for teachers from Steve | English Stories for Kids


It’s Steve and Maggie. Wow English TV.
Hey teachers and parents, hints and tips after the story.
Oh, Hello. Hello. How are you? Haha. Steve, hurry up, get dressed. Oh Maggie, don’t
worry. I am very fast at getting dressed. Beacause I know that all my clothes are in
my wardrobe. Ok, right. Let me start down here. What goes on my feet and my toes? Sock!
Yeah. Socks. Ok, I’ll just get my socks. YEAH!
Where are my socks? Oh no, they’re not my socks. It’s not socks. No, where are my
socks? Hey, oh. Dear. There not socks. No, where are my socks? Oh, hey. Look. Haha. I
found a sock. Yeah! But wait a minute. I need two socks. Silly me. OOOH!
Look my wardrobe is empty. Where’s my other sock? Ohhh. OHH! Who made this mess? Oh, silly
Steve. You made the mess. Really? Yeah. Ok. Can you help me find my other sock? It must
be here somewhere. Oh, oh Steve. Steve. Not now Maggie, I am trying to find my other sock.
Oh, what’s that, under the table? Ohh. What is it? Is it my missing sock? No. What is
it? Oh, hoho. Look. They are shorts. Ohhh. I don’t need shorts. I am looking for my
other sock. Oh, what’s that over there? What is it? Do you know? Is it my other sock?
No. I don’t think so. Oh, look. Hoho. My trousers. Haha. What are they? They are trousers.
Yeah. And I need a pair of trousers, so I’m gonna put them on. But I still need to find
my other sock. Oh, hey Steve. STEVE. Not now Maggie. I am looking for my other sock.
Oh, there’s something there, under the bed. Oh. Oh, I can see something. Oh, but dear.
That’s not my missing sock. No. What are they. Yeah. They are shoes. Well, I need shoes
but still haven’t find my missing sock. Well. I’ve got my shoes and my trousers
but where is my other sock? Oh, where is my other sock? Can you see it? Yeah! What? You
can? I can see it. What? You can see it too? Yeah! BUT where is my other sock? It’s there?
Where? There! Where? It’s on your shoulder. Oh, I know. I found this sock. It’s on your
shoulder. Maggie, there’s nothing on my shoulder. Haha. No. Your other shoulder. Oh,
haha. There it is. Hey! What are they. Haha. They are socks. Yeah. So, say it with me.
Come on. They are socks. Haha. They are socks. And again. They are socks. And last time.
They are socks. Hehey. So I’ve got my socks. Yeah. My trousers. Yeah. My shoes. Yeah! And…and
my pyjamas. Oh dear. I better get dressed. Haha.
Wow English Tv, Wow English Tv. Hello boys and girls. I am sorry but I am
not dressed. Hello Steve. Hello aunt Agatha. Oh, you are not dressed. Hurry up and put
on your clothes. Put on your trousers, trousers, trousers. Put on your trousers, please. Put
on your trousers, trousers, trousers. Hurry up, let’s go.
Put on your shoes, shoes, shoes. Put on your shoes, please. Put on your shoes, shoes, shoes.
Hurry up, let’s go. My T-shirt, my hat, my sweater, my shorts,
my trousers, my socks and shoes. And my dress. My T-shirt, my hat, my sweater, my shorts,
my trousers, my socks and shoes. And my dress. Hey, hi. This clip and video song came from
the Wow! Blue book and if you are using Wow! Blue that the worksheet that goes with this
clip looks like this. Hey, you can follow the clip with the “put on – take off game”
details of which can be found in the Wattsenglish game bank. The song coupled with this game
is a great way to extend the children’s vocabulary beyond just nouns and it shows
that more advanced language, such as these phrasal verbs, can be used at an early age,
as long as they are in context. Have fun everyone and we’ll see you next time. Bye bye.

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