• Spring Story
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  • 24.04.2024
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Spring Time

Read! Find the cor­rect pic­tures to the sen­ten­ces. Then fill in the num­ber from the pic­tures.

Lies! Finde das pas­sen­de Bild zu den Sät­zen. Trage dann die Zahl vom Bild ein.





Num­ber

Let­ter

1

What a beau­ti­ful mor­ning in spring. The sun is shi­ning and it is warm.



w

2

Maya, the hard-​working bee, gets up very early.



r

3

She vi­sits her fri­end Ar­nold. Ar­nold is a lazy la­dy­bug. He likes to sleep very long.



v

4

Maya says, Good mor­ning Ar­nold, wake up! I want to get food from the sweetest flow­er.



a

5

Ar­nold opens his eyes and looks at Maya. I want to find a big green leaf with some fat lice on it.



r

6

So Maya flies away. She looks for a me­a­dow.



t

7

Ar­nold can­not fly so fast. He craw­ls slow­ly th­rough the grass to find some food.



o

8

Maya and Ar­nold are not the only ani­mals who want to have break­fast. Tipsy, the early bird, also looks for so­me­thing to eat.



w

9

Ar­nold sees Tipsy and thinks, Plea­se don't eat me. Eat a worm.



m

10

Ar­nold sees a big toad­stool. He hides under it.



e

11

This is like an um­brel­la. No­bo­dy can find me here, Ar­nold says to hims­elf.



s

12

In that mo­ment big clouds cover the sun.



l

13

All ani­mals find hide from the rain.



e

14

Ever­y­bo­dy is still hungry. No wait. So­me­o­ne looks very happy.

So­me­thing brown and wet in the dirty pudd­le.



o

1
crawl =krie­chen; look for = su­chen; lice = Läuse
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True or False





True

False

1

It is sunny in the mor­ning.





2

Maya,the but­ter­fly, gets up very early.





3

Mayas fri­end Ar­nold also gets up very early.





4

Maya wants to collect pol­len from the most beau­ti­ful flow­er.





5

Ar­nold pre­fers to eat worms.





6

Maya looks for the per­fect tree.





7

Ar­nold craw­ls th­rough the grass.





8

Tipsy is a snail.





9

Ar­nold is afraid of Tipsy.





10

Ar­nold hides under a leaf.





11

The toad­stool is like an um­brel­la.





12

Big clouds cover the sus.





13

All ani­mals play in the rain.





14

Ar­nold plays in the dirty pudd­le.





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