Do You Know?

Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies

How many ears do animals have? What can animals do with a tail? Find out about animals and their bodies in this BBC Earth reader.

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  • Type: Paperback
  • Page Count: 32 Pages
  • Suitable for: 5-7 years
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Details

Age
5-7
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320L
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-
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Pre-A1
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Starters

Learning Materials

Videos

Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies - Bonobos Video

Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies - Giant Anteater Video

Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies - Harvest Mouse Video

Video transcripts

Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies Video Transcript

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Answer Keys and Lesson Plans

Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies Answer Key
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Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies Lesson Plan
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Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies Reading Activity
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Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies Video Activity
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Audio UK

Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies Audio UK
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Audio US

Do You Know? – BBC Earth Animals and Their Bodies Audio US
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Series Overview

The Ladybird Do You Know? graded readers series comprises a range of non-fiction STEM titles for young learners of English. Covering a variety of topics, Do You Know? adopts an enquiry-based approach, and includes motivating video content, project work and critical thinking activities to develop students' linguistic and twenty-first century skills.

Recommended for children aged 7+, there are four levels progressing from CEFR level Pre-A1 to level A2. Each reader is accompanied by online video content, audio, video and comprehension activities, and suggestions for project work.

This Level 1 Reader is Pre-A1 in the CEFR framework and supports YLE Starters exams. Short sentences contain a maximum of two clauses, using the present tense and some simple adjectives.

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