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Repost: Happy Easter holidays Prezi

I’ve prepared this little Prezi about Easter. What makes Easter so special a holiday? What can you do to have fun these holidays? Crafts, recipes, new vocabulary related to this festival, all in a Prezi for you to enjoy 😉

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Happy Easter holidays Prezi

I’ve prepared this little Prezi about Easter. What makes Easter so special a holiday? What can you do to have fun these holidays? Crafts, recipes, new vocabulary related to this festival, all in a Prezi for you to enjoy 😉

easterprezi

Happy Easter holidays

Once again 2nd term has finished and I can hardly believe that I got this far. A year ago I was still getting my chemo (immunotherapy) sessions and was still waiting to be operated for the fifth time within a year.

Amazing as it sounds, I’m ready to start Easter holidays once more and I couldn’t be more grateful for having gotten up to this point. For the first time in two years I’m wishing my students the best Easter holidays possible ♥!

Easter crafts 2012

We’ve been terribly busy in the classroom this last two weeks making the traditional Easter cards, with a huge ‘thank you’ to Pinterest for the inspiration 🙂

I’ve been loving every minute in these classes though it’s been really tough sometimes. Anyways, these were my proposals:

Left to right, up and down:

  1. Bunny mask , 1st grade
  2. Candy holder, 2nd
  3. Non-felt Easter bunny (;-), 3rd
  4. Easter origami flower card, 4th, outside

Left to right, up and down:

  1. Easter origami flower card, 4th, inside
  2. Pop-up Easter card, 5th, outside
  3. and 4. Standing bunnies (2 templates), 6th

And these were the results!:

To top it all off, everyone will be getting a candy from the Halloween spare ones, so I guess tomorrow will be a nice day here at the English classroom 🙂

Oh, I almost forgot!!! 2nd graders had a great time taking part in the Hopping Bunnies Race in the playground and the winner was Kilian. I intend to do the same with 1st graders after the holidays. Will keep you informed!

The ultimate paper snowflake: hearts & skulls

Still a last-minute snowflake just in case you want to give your bedroom or whatever else that special touch 😉 (via Pinterest)

More paper snowflakes

Are you enjoying the paper snowflakes you’re making in class to decorate your Christmas cards? Well, now you can easily learn how to create new ones in this blog Be careful and don’t run with scissors :-)!

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The Cat in the Hat movie and other Dr. Seuss’ stuff

This is the movie we watched in class. As the Cat would say himself, it comes in two parts, Part 1 and Part 2. Oh, and I also found the script somewhere in the internet, in case you love Drama :-).

Part 1:

Part 2:

Dr. Seuss’ based characters crafts, games and activities: http://www.seussville.com/

Paper pumpkins

An easy peasy way to make cardboard or paper pumpkins found in Craftiness is not optional. You can make them in different colours and sizes. Gotta give them a try!