The school year is finished, it´s summertime!! It´s time to play and have fun. Remember you can enjoy English playing games, singing songs, watching videos, reading or listening amazing stories... You can also use these webs: www.starfall.com www.learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org Finally, here you are "I love summertime" song.
We have read Pete the Cat: I love my white shoes by Eric Litwin:Pete the Cat goes walking down the street wearing his brand new white shoes. Along the way, his shoes change from white to red to blue to brown to WET as he steps in piles of strawberries, blueberries... But no matter what color his shoes are, Pete keeps moving and grooving and singing his song...because it's all good. It is a very funny story so here is an animated video for you to enjoy:
On Wednesday 5th April, we watched a theater play at school: "Crazy Little Monsters". The story is about Jake & Jane who lost their ball in a strange house. Looking for the ball they will find three crazy and strange monsters. JaKe and Jane will help Franki to be scary again, Mr. Vampy to fly as he used to and the Crazy Witch to use her magic broom.
Here you are the games we played for our Easter Party. Do you remember them? You can play again with you friends. Happy Easter!!! Easter Egg Hunt You will need chocolate Easter eggs. Hide the eggs in various places either inside or outside, depending on the weather. Children have to look for them.
Pin the tail on the Easter bunny
You will need a large picture of an Easter bunny and a small piece of sticky tape or blue tack for sticking the tail. Blindfold the first child. Spin them round two or three times, face them in the right direction and let them try and stick the tail on the Easter bunny. You can help your friend saying "right-left-up-down".
Egg and spoon race
You will need some hard-boiled eggs and a spoon for each person. Mark out a start and finish line and give each player an egg and a spoon. When the race starts each player runs towards the finish line trying to keep their egg on the spoon.
We have travelled to Africa with our Juegamundos project. And Shisima game comes from Kenya (a country in East Africa). It is a variation of the classic Tic-tac-toe (three-in-a row game).
If you want to make a Shisima board you need: - A squared piece of cardboard. - Six small round pieces of cardboard (counters). - An octagonal template. - Nine round black stickers. - Paint, paintbrush, scissors and glue.
Here you are our Shisima boards. Do you want to play?