Here I’m posting some videos for you to enjoy these summer holidays. Don’t hesitate to play them when you’re bored, when you’re with friends, in the morning, in the evening, at a “revetlla”, in a “verbena”, at a party… and get dancing and rapping your heart away!!!
These are my suggestions for your Christmas holidays: a few JClic activities so you keep your English in good shape. You will need Java installed and updated in your computer in order to run them. Ask your family for help about this 🙂
Wanna have a good time these Christmas holidays while improving your vocabulary? Then try these JClic activities I’ve chosen for you. You will need Java installed and updated in your computer in order to run them. Ask your family for help about this 🙂
I wish you all a wonderful Christmas time and I’d like to suggest you a couple of activities to have fun these days at home. First of all, you can watch Season 1 of Shaun the Sheep and then you can either take a quiz about those episodes or go check Shaun the Sheep website for some extra amusement. Now that I think, why not to choose both? 😊🎄🌟💫✨
Now that a new school year has just begun I’m bringing two interesting things for you and your family.
First of all, the Primary English 2015-16 School Year Calendar & Units Planning and an update to my Google Calendar so that you all can have your tests dates, lessons planning, holidays and more at your fingertips whenever you need them, wherever you are. You can download and/or print the School Year Calendar by clicking on the picture below in case you don’t have at hand the one I gave you at school.
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 😉
The Gruffalo, by writer Julia Donaldson and illustrations by Axel Scheffler, is a children’s book on its way to our classroom library. It is about a mouse that uses its brain to avoid becoming a tasty snack for a fox, a snake and an owl. He tells them about a big, scary monster, the gruffalo. But everyone knows that there is no such a thing as a gruffalo. Or isn’t there?
While we wait for the story book to get to our classroom you can enjoy the movie, based on the book. I hope you like it as much as I do 🙂
EDIT 12.19.14: The Gruffalo arrived safe and sound in the classroom!