Thursday, December 23, 2010
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
As all British children know, if they have been good then Father Christmas will come to their house during the night of Christmas Eve and will bring presents for them. Children sometimes write a letter to Father Christmas (sometimes called Santa Claus, or just Santa), helped by their parents, asking for the things they would like to get. He flies through the sky on a sleigh pulled by reindeer, the most famous of which is called Rudolph (who has a red nose). Traditionally, Santa entered houses by coming down the chimney. Children hang a long stocking outside their bedrooms, and when they wake up they usually find that Santa has filled it with small presents.
Saturday, December 11, 2010
It is common to pull a Christmas cracker before starting a Christmas meal. You ask a person next to you to pull one end, while you pull the other. The person who ends up holding the middle part wins the toy or other small gift which is inside. There is a paper hat to wear during the meal.
Thursday, December 9, 2010
In the UK, many people like to put up a Christmas tree in their homes (including many non-Christians). These may be either real trees (sold in garden centres) or artificial ones (sold in department stores). Electric lights are often used, and other decorations are hung on the branches. It is traditional to put a star or an angel at the top of the tree (these represent the story of the birth of Christ).
Friday, November 26, 2010
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Monday, November 22, 2010
Last week (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) we went to Delta de l'Ebre-Sant Carles de la Ràpita.
It was very good !!
-We ride a mountain bike.
-We play table tennis.
-We went in to a ship.
-We saw the beach and the fishing port.
-We dance in a disco party fever !!
You can see more photos in www.coloniesgrans.blogspot.com
Sandra Palomino and Marta Montero.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Halloween'eve: La nit abans de Tots Sants, Nit de Bruixes.
Where Halloween is celebrated?In the English speaking countries.
(United States of America, Canada, England, Scottland, Wales, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand).
Origen Celtic Samhain festivity 31st october.
This day zombies can go out of the cementery. People decorate their houses with bones and scary things, to protect themselves.
How is celebrated?
Friday, October 8, 2010
This year we have two classes of "CICLE SUPERIOR" Mola and Montau, we are thirty-two kids. We have got a new blog.
This year we do corners in class.
Monday, May 24, 2010
Tales to enjoy the English language.http://www.edu365.cat/primaria/contes/e_tales/index.htm
Monday, April 26, 2010
Friday, April 9, 2010
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
-Puig del Montau ( 658 m ).
-Puig dels Avençons ( 639 m ).
-Puig Bernat ( 615 m ).
-Puig de la Mola ( 537 m ).
Walking around town you can discover a beautiful landscape of vineyards, olive groves, pine forest, etc.
At the "Hospital" neighbourhood, there is the Cervelló hospital. It is an important building. It has got a tower and the Santa Marta de l'Hospital chapel.
The Sant Joan d'Olesa's wall and the Sant Joan d'Olesa de Bonesvalls church are a compulsory visit. More and more, there is the natural bridge (Pont de l'Arcada bridge) and a natural hole (L'avenç de l'Esquerrà).
"Pont de L'Arcada" natural bridge
Sant Joan d'Olesa de Bonesvalls church
Map of the town
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Here you are some games to review unit 3 (food):
Friday, January 8, 2010
This site gives you the chance of playing games, read stories and learn:
A really crazy song:
Have you ever wish having a tree house? Now you can design yours:
Here you are some vocabulary games:
For the youngest ones (click on "Tydying" game):