Thursday, 28 March 2013

Our skeleton is made from bones. Joints and muscles help us move. As we grow, our bones grow too. Let´s read more  SKELETONS 

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Wednesday, 27 March 2013

The Easter Bunny Beginnings

The Easter Bunny has been around since the 1500's in the writings of the Germans.  The first edible Easter bunny was made out of pastry and sugar in the early 1800's, and the bunny was said to lay colorful eggs in the nests that children made out of bonnets.   

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Friday, 22 March 2013

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Resolución de 21 de febrero de 2013, de la Secretaría de Estado de Educación, Formación Profesional y Universidades, por la que se convocan ayudas para participar en un Programa de Inmersión Lingüística para el verano de 2013.

Saturday, 16 March 2013

About St. Patrick´s Day

games and puzzles   St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland and the Irish. He was born about 389 A.D. in Northern Wales, which at that time may have been part of England or Scotland.
Saint Patrick had an adventurous life. He was captured by pirates at the age of 16.  Six years of slavery made him a devoted Christian. He escaped to France and became a monk. In 432, a vision led him to return to Ireland as a missionary bishop. He brought Christianity to Ireland and taught there for 29 years. He used the shamrock, a 3 leaf clover, (Ireland's national flower) to explain the Blessed Trinity.
There are many stories about this popular saint. One of the most popular legends was how he charmed all the snakes of Ireland down to the seashore to be drowned by the water.
St. Patrick died on March 17, 461 A.D. The anniversary of his death is celebrated as St. Patrick's Day.
Today St. Patrick's Day is celebrated by the Irish as well as many Americans with parades, parties, wearing of green, Irish songs and jigs. People wear green on this day to represent the lushness of Ireland - The Emerald Isle. 

Capture the irish symbols:  Ireland's flag, celtic cross, shamrock, harp.

Friday, 15 March 2013

 Write a comment about your favourite fable.

Tuesday, 12 March 2013

3D Polyhedron Shapes
 A regular polyhedron has regular polygon faces (a square or equilateral triangle for example) that are organized the same way around each point (vertex). Examples of regular polyhedrons include the tetrahedron and cube.

                                        Parts of a Prism


The Different Types of Prisms

triangular prismsquare prismrectangular prismpentagonal prismhexagonal prismoctagonal prism 

Match the name to the picture:
                                                                   Square  Prism    
Rectangular Prism                             Hexagonal  Prism       

Triangular Prism                                       Octagonal  Prism 

Pentagonal   Prism

Thursday, 7 March 2013

This is my Voki.   Do you want one for you?   


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READING COMPREHENSION: Read and answer the questions.



Saturday, 2 March 2013


Tongue twisters are not only for fun and games. They serve a practical purpose in practising pronunciation. English tongue twisters may be used by foreign students of English to improve their accent. 

To get the full effect of a tongue twister you should try to repeat it several times, as quickly as possible, without stumbling or mispronouncing.

B-V Unit 4 Tongue Twister

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