Tuesday, April 25

THE FACE MATCH GAME

http://www.learnenglish.org.uk/kids/games/face-match.swf

LET'S BE DETECTIVES!

 Read and listen to some descriptions of people.

Can you find the right person?

Wednesday, April 19

SAINT GEORGE'S DAY - SANT JORDI'S DAY

St. George's Day is on 23 April.

It is England's national Day.


St. George is the patron saint of England and many other countries.



His emblem, a red cross on a white background, is the flag of England and part of the British flag.


Sant Jordi is the patron Saint in Catalonia.

On the 23rd of April we celebrate Sant Jordi's Day, which is also the Book and Rose Day.

The most popular legend in Catalonia tells that at Montblanc, in conca de Barberà, there was a terrible dragon which attacked men and beasts.



Here you can watch and listen to the story about a brave knight called George and his adventures accross many lands...

THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR

Tuesday, April 18

THE SOLAR SYSTEM

The Solar System is the Sun and all the objects in orbit around it. 
The Sun is a star and it's orbited by planets, asteroids, comets and other things.

There are eight planets in the Solar System. From closest to farthest from the Sun, they are: Mercuri, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.


Thursday, April 6

EASTER EGG HUNT

HAPPY EASTER!!! 
http://www.jacquielawson.com/preview.asp?cont=1&hdn=0&pv=3181884&path=83557
Rabbit is looking for 10 Easter eggs.

Can you help him?  

                   Click on this picture... 
                                                                                       

Wednesday, March 29

EASTER STORIES AND ACTIVITIES


Click on these Easter Eggs.


Enjoy all the activities and stories!

Monday, March 27

THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT by Beatrix Potter

Helen Beatrix Potter was born in 1866 in London.
She wrote and illustrated "The Tale of Peter Rabbit" in 1900. This story became a children's classic throughout the world.


Peter Rabbit, his mother and his three sisters(Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail) live under a tree in a big forest. 
Peter is very naughty! He desobeys his mother and goes to Mr. Mc Gregor's garden...


Watch this video and enjoy his adventures!

FUNNY LITTLE BUNNIES - Walt Disney Easter cartoon


Do you want to know how the Easter Rabbits prepare the Easter eggs for the children? 
Watch this video and find out!

(But keep the secret, shhhhhh!!! ;)

Wednesday, March 22

FRUIT SALAD - The Wiggles

HEALTHY FOOD

Fruits and vegetables have lots of vitamins and minerals. They keep us healthy.
How many names of fruits and vegetables do you know?
Click on this pictures and check it out.

Tuesday, March 21

WE LOVE SPRINGTIME!

Click on these colourful flowers...

SPRING IS HERE!

Monday, March 20

LEONARDO DA VINCI

Who was Leonardo da Vinci?
What did he do? Why is he famous? What were some of his most famous artworks? What were some of his inventions? When and where did he live? 

 Find the answers to all these questions with this brief introduction to the ultimate Renaissance Man, Leonardo da Vinci.



Friday, March 10

SAINT PATRICK'S DAY

The 17th of March is St. Patrick´s Day!

Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland.
This Irish tradition is celebrated not only in Ireland but all over the world especially in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
Click on this hat...

St. Patrick´s Day celebrations normally include parades with Irish music and dancing. You might also see a lot of people wearing green.

SAINT PATRICK'S DAY SONG



Click HERE and listen to this song again.
Read the lyrics and complete the missing words.

Wednesday, March 8

ANIMAL SENSES

Explore and learn about animals 
and their senses!
Click here:  AMAZING ANIMAL SENSES

What do you know about Bottlenose Dolphins? And about Vampire Bats?
Click on these pictures and read about them.

Monday, February 27

THIS IS THE WAY

What do you do in the morning? Do you brush your teeth? 
Listen to this traditional song about the things that you do in the morning!

Friday, February 17

THE STORY OF ROBIN HOOD - Walt Disney Productions

This is a great children's book about 
Robin Hood!

It's a Read Along Book where you can SEE, HEAR and READ. Enjoy it!

Thursday, February 16

ROBIN HOOD

The Sheriff of Nottingham lives in a big castle in the middle of England.
He is very rich and very bad.
He collects taxes everyday and he takes money from everybody.
The people are very poor and very unhappy.
There is only one person who can rescue them: Robin Hood

Friday, February 10

SAINT VALENTINE'S DAY

People in many different countries celebrate Saint Valentine's Day on 14th February.
They give flowers, candy, cards or other Valentine gifts to their friends or people they love.
What do you know about Saint Valentine's Day?



What are their origins?

How is it celebrated in the USA, Great Britain and some other countries?



Open this interactive book

You'll find a lot of information, songs and activities.




Wednesday, February 8

YOU' VE GOT A FRIEND - Carole King


"STAND BY ME" / PEACE THROUGH MUSIC / SONG AROUND THE WORLD

This is a song about friendship and peace. It's a great version of Ben E. King's song "Stand by me". It's a collaboration between 35 unknown street musicians from all over the world. It was recorded on the streets of many cities and countries.
Click on the English subtittles and sing along with them!



Here you are a funny karaoke version with Timon and Pumba.

Monday, February 6

PANCAKE DAY (9th February)

"PANCAKE DAY" or "Shrove Tuesday" is celebrated 47 days before Easter.
On this day it is traditional to eat pancakes and have pancake races.

Watch this video and learn how to make an English pancake.



Here you can watch a pancake race

Thursday, February 2

Tuesday, January 31

GROUNDHOG DAY

Groundhog Day is an American tradition celebrated on February the 2nd. It helps us to predict when will SPRING arrive!

Watch Punxsutawney Phil's story and have fun!

Monday, January 30

PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE

WHERE IS IT?
IN, ON, UNDER, BEHIND, NEXT TO, IN FRONT OF or BETWEEN ...?



Friday, January 27

WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD - LOUIS ARMSTRONG

The International Day of Peace is celebrated all over the world on 21st September.
Schools celebrate The School Day of Non-Violence and Peace (DENIP) on 30th January. This date is the anniversary of the death of Mahatma Gandhi.

What a Wonderful World is a great song of friendship, happiness and peace. 



This video was recorded in four different countries: Uganda, USA, Congo and France.
It was a collaboration between street singers and children's choirs from all over the world.
Click on the subtittles and sing with them! 

THE LITTLE PRINCE - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

You cannot see the essence with your eyes.
Essential is invisible to the eye.

Click on the subtittles ;)

Tuesday, January 24

I HAVE A PET

Have you got a pet? Yes, I have!
Listen the song and discover it.

Monday, January 23

BILLY BANJO

Billy Banjo is a cowboy. He doesn't like to work hard. He plays his banjo all day long and dreams of being a superstar like his heroine Susie Stardust.
He lives in a house with his wife Kate. They are very poor and the house is in a very bad condition. The door, the windows and the roof need repairing.
Billy needs to earn some money...  
He needs to earn one thousand dollars!

Monday, January 16

THE STORY OF DOCTOR FRANKENSTEIN

Frankenstein is a doctor of medicine. He has a laboratory where, helped by his assistant, he gives classes of anatomy.
He also has a secret book called 'How To Make A Monster'. All he needs are a few pieces of body, a brain and a lot of energy. 

TELEPHONE CONVERSATION


Listen to the conversation between Dr. Frankenstein and his girlfriend Elizabeth.

Friday, January 13

FRANKENSTEIN

Watch and listen to this story of Doctor Frankenstein.
Who is the real monster? Why?
 

Monday, January 9

WHAT'S THE TIME?

http://www.time-for-time.com/swf/myclox.swf

WHAT TIME IS IT?

Click on this clock. 
It's real time!
          

   

"BANG ON TIME GAME"
"STOP THE CLOCK GAME"
Practise telling the time with this challenging games
How many points can you get?