HOW DO YOU FEEL?

2 06 2009

¿CÓMO TE SIENTES?

I am happy Sonriente

I am sad  Triste

I am surprised Sorprendido

I am angry Enfadado

I´m good Inocente

I´m ashamed Avergonzado

AND HOW DOES A DOG FEEL? (Click on the image)

FEELINGS:

 Cool, clean, dirty, old, good, bad, happy, sad, unhappy,  hot, cold, wet, hungry, thirsty, clever, tired, intelligent, beautiful, bored, miserable, stupid, silly, crazy, in love, romantic, dead, great, sweet,  lost,  angry, important,  worried…



CLOTHES

11 05 2009

 

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En  tercero estamos estudiando  la ropa y hemos hecho este bonito trabajo sobre nosotros DO YOU LIKE IT?

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KIDS, os he preparado unos juegos sobre este tema, pero antes repasemos un poco este vocabulario, all right?

http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/200/vocab/cloth1.htm

http://www.languageguide.org/im/clothes_men/eng/

http://www.saberingles.com.ar/lists/clothes.html

GAMES:

http://www.britishcouncil.org/kids-games-multimatch-clothes.htm

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/assets/resources/flash.php?&file=Dressing%20Lecky 

http://www.britishcouncil.org/kids-games-teddy-dresser.htm

http://www.britishcouncil.org/kids-games-pelmanism-clothes.htm

http://www.go4english.com/ffk/read.php?unitid=1164

http://www.uptoten.com/kids/boowakwala-navigation-gamesindex.html



HAVING FUN WITH BOOKS

15 04 2009

This year we have read these books at the English class. And today we had a very funny class with Paul.

Paul is English and we played Odd man out,  Pictionary and Up-down and change taxi. Would you like to have a look at the photos?

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APRIL FOOL´S DAY FROM THE SET OF “HOUSE”

1 04 2009

Today  is the 1st of April and…

Click on the following address to hnow more about this day:

http://issuu.com/bloggingwitholayinos/docs/.blogspot.com

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April Fool´s Day from the set of…HOUSE.



LITTLE PETER RABBIT

27 03 2009

 

Easter vocabulary (click on the image):

 

We are going to have a display of Easter eggs made by level 4. With the following activity online you can colour an Easter egg, and practise to create your own.

 http://www.billybear4kids.com/holidays/easter/colorme/Online/EasterEgg.html

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Here you can get some ideas for your Easter eggs…

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AND THIS IS OUR WORK. DO YOU LIKE IT? Beso

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And level 3 is learning this nice song:

http://www.veryabc.cn/flash/uploads/songs/sayhi/peter%20rabbit.swf

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YOU DON´T NEED TO BE IRISH

17 03 2009

You don’t have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! So come join our school as we share this holiday with you. We have songs,  Leprechauns, shamrocks, jokes, drawings and Irish dancing…

 

 

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 What is a nuahcerpel?

Leprechaun spelled backwards…

 

 

 

 

Why do frogs like St. Patrick’s Day?

Because they are always wearing green.

 

 

 

What do Lady Leprechauns wear on their heads?

Rain-bows.

 



SUPER ACTION COMIC MAKER

2 03 2009

At Super Action Comic Maker you can create your comics. It’s very easy. Try it!      Riendo

Choose a background and a character for your comic and select an action for the heroe or villain…

Please, have a look at the comic gallery first. It´s fun.Guiño

 



SANTA OLAYA PANCAKE RACE

18 02 2009

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Last February 18th classes 5A and 5B celebrated Pancake Day, an old tradition in England but a new one at Santa Olaya School.

In United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, India and Canada, Shrove Tuesday is known colloquially as Pancake Day or Pancake Tuesday.

On Pancake Day, pancake races are held in villages and towns across the United Kingdom.

But the tradition of pancake racing had started long before that. The most famous pancake race, at Olney in Buckinghamshire, has been held since 1445. The contestants, traditionally women, carry a frying pan and race to the finishing line tossing the pancakes as they go. As the pancakes are thin, skill is required to toss them successfully while running. The winner is the first to cross the line having tossed the pancake a certain number of times.

The tradition is said to have originated when a housewife from Olney was so busy making pancakes, that she forgot the time until she heard the church bells ringing for the service. She raced out of the house to church while still carrying her frying pan and pancake.