25 Oct 2014

The Water Cycle

4th graders have to study the Water Cycle for next week. So here you have a resource that will remember you the most important facts in the Water Cycle. Click on the picture and you will start exploring all the facts you learnt in the English lessons.
http://www.unitedutilities.com/all-about-water.aspx?utm_content=buffer6addb&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Ready for Halloween?

Hi everyone!
Next week will be a busy one. Remember we have the traditional celebration at school next Thursday afternoon. Don't miss it.
On the other hand, next Friday night a lot of families all over the world will celebrate Halloween.
So, next week we will do different activities for living a little bit that famous celebration in the English lessons.
By the way, here you have lots of songs about Halloween. They are fantastic. 
Thank you Super Simple Songs for sharing them!
 

24 Oct 2014

Class names

This school year brings stars and wolves to 1st grade

1stA group, THE STARS 
 What is a star? 
When did the first stars form? 
What are stars made of? 
 What are the different kinds of stars?
  
1stB group, THE WOLVES: 
Enya is a famous singer. She's got a song called Crying Wolf! 
Here you have the video with
 wonderful wolves pictures. They are awesome!
 

23 Oct 2014

Basic vocabulary for 3rd graders

Hi everyone!
3rd graders are learning the English alphabet. Among different activities I want to show you some poems they wrote playing with their names. The presentation below show you a summary of them because they worked individually and thought about a thing they liked. I tried to copy what they described.


  

Peppa Pig and the stars

1stA group has a new name: "The Stars"
Children and me have been talking about them. Children were astonished about what a star is (if you want more information, look at 1st group page on your left of the screen)
Fortunately we found this short movie about Peppa Pig and we enjoyed a lot. Thanks Peppa for being so cute!


22 Oct 2014

Red Riding Hood and Peppa Pig

Hi everyone! 
1stB group has a new name: "The Wolves group"
For that reason we have read the Little Red Riding Hood story today.
We have practiced some structures that the wolf repeats as
Peppa Pig does in this short episode.
Enjoy it!

21 Oct 2014

Why do some leaves change their color in Autumn?

Every Autumn in all the forests of the world, there is a miraculous change in the color of the leaves. They turn from green into brilliant shades of yellow, orange, red, and gold. Sometimes you can see several shades on the same leaf. But why are these color changes happening, and what is going on in the plant?
Read this explanation and you will understand!
Plants make their own food. They take water from the ground through their roots. They take a gas called carbon dioxide from the air. They turn water and carbon dioxide into food using sunlight and something called chlorophyll. This one is green. It gives leaves their green color.

Winter days are short and dry. Many plants stop making food in Autumn. Then, the chlorophyll goes away. Then we can see different colours as orange, yellow, red, gold and also brown. When they are brown, it comes from wastes left in the leaves.
Watch the video!

Let's have fun with the English Alphabet

Let's check the ABC. Click on the picture below and then on each letter. You will listen to the sound and some examples.




                               Now click here and follow the instructions.