Are you ready?
Yes, we will really miss ice creams, swimming pools and sunny days at the beach…but…have you thought of all the fantastic things you will be learning in the English classroom? and what about the new books and challenges awaiting?
The English teachers are very happy to welcome you all back to school…again!
The children in the first grade are learning the parts of the body in English.
We played a “tagging game” in class in which they had to “label” their classmates’ body.
It was great fun!!
The English teachers wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
“Selfies” are such a “must”, aren’t they?
The pupils in 3rd grade love selfies, and that’s why we are creating a fun poster for the class related to this topic.
The first thing we did is take a selfie of all the group.
The next step was to hand out a paper phone which children had to fill in with interesting information about themselves (favourite book, favourite food, favourite school subject…)
Finallly, the pupils had to draw their own selfie.
At the moment, I’m arranging all the real selfies and the ones they drew themselves to make a beautiful poster. We will show it to you soon!
These days the 1st groups have listened to the story of The Gruffalo. They have enjoyed a lot!
What a nice way to finish the course year!
Here you can see them:
The children in the 2nd grade have been working on the 5 senses through lovely lap books, fun experiments and worksheets.
Today we focused on the sense of TOUCH. I chose five textures not to overwhelm the children: SOFT, ROUGH, SMOOTH, STICKY and HARD.
I displayed on a table 5 objects that defined these words properly. Children took turns and came by to touch each object
Later, I handed in a worksheet with a hand drawn in it. In this hand they stuck a little piece of the textures that represented each word.
Kids found it fun to touch and they got familiar with some difficult words to describe textures.
The boys and girls in P3 strongly recommend you to listen to this funny song! What happens when we combine foods we like? I bet your first thought was..delicious but…WARNING! the result might be quite disgusting!
Before listening to this song I told the children a short story based on the song. The story was about two friends and a dog that went out for lunch to a restaurant and met a distracted waiter, to say the least.
Dear followers, this is Mary!
Here you can see some photos of 1st key stage’s children.They have made beautiful eggs for Easter!
The boys and girls have used soft crayons to colour and sticks to scratch.
The productions are lovely, aren’t they?
One of our favourite parts of the fact that Easter is back is that we are going to eat plenty of chocolate! yummy!
We have celebrated Easter in the English class by making some cute bunnies holding an enormous carrot. This carrot had a surprise inside: it was filled with M&M’s (mmm chocolate!!!)
We also wrote an acrostic poem about Easter. María Sánchez (4thB) is showing us her card! Great job!
3 year-old children have very clear what they “LIKE” and what they “DON’T LIKE”. We played a fun game in which pictures were shown in the blackboard and children had to decide whether they liked the things they saw or not. In order to express their opinion they had to lift the yellow card if they liked it or the red card if they didn’t like it. We later did a couple of posters to revise contents.