SINGING SOME CAROLS

With the help of our language assistant, we have learnt some english carols.

Yesterday, the pupils of class 6 went to sing them and to act Rudolf story to the P-3, P-4 and P-5 classes.

This is what we filmed. We hope that you like it.

Merry Christmas to you all! Please enable Javascript and Flash to view this Flash video.

Stories for very young learners

Having a list of books for storytelling with young learners could be very useful. Let’s start a list with the tittle, the writer and some comments. Would you keep on going?

1. ‘The very hungry caterpillar’ Eric CarleThere are three types of books (at least) on this story. You can also find the video story. Related activities in:
http://www.dltk-teach.com/books/hungrycaterpillar/index.htm
You can buy a board book for your lessons in:
http://www.amazoncom/Hungry-Caterpillar-Giant-Board-package/dp/0399237720/ref=ed_oe_o

2. ‘Dear zoo’ Rod Campbell

A child writes to the zoo for a pet.The zoo sends a series of unsuitable pets, revealed behind flaps in the form of crates and packing cases. These animals are all sent back for different reasons, except the last one, which is perfect!! You can find some materials to work on the story on:

http://www.teachervision.fen.com/tv/printables/TCR/1557342504_53-55.pdf

3. ‘Where’s Spot?’ Eric Hill

This is a book in a collection where Spot, a nice little dog, is the main character. A mother dog fins 8 other animals hiding around the house before finding her lost puppy. You can also find the video recording. Here there is an interview to the writer:

4. ‘Peace at last’ Jill Murphy A bear family needs some rest. More suitable for 5 year olds.