Humerus, pelvis, radius, skull, tibia, trapezium, deltoid… These are some of the bones and muscles that 3rd grade have learned in Natural Science.
We have done different activities:
-Drawing our skeleton in our notebook
-Worked the photocopies
-Sang and danced to the song “ALL THOSE BONES”
-Mr. Bones pointed out the bones learned
-We’ve become skeletons
-I learned a song about muscles
With all these activities we are sure that we will never forget everything we have learned about our bodies.
Students in 4th grade have enjoyed reviewing the unit of Social Science.
Previously they have made a drawing of one of the contents worked on in the classroom and then the game begins in which they have to walk around the class and when they meet a classmate they show him their drawing by saying the question WHAT DO YOU THINK? They must find out what kind of landscape is reflected on their sheet, and indicate whether it is a coastal bay, gulf, cape, beach, cliff, island..) or an inland landscape ( mountains, mountain range, hills, plateau, valley…).
There is time, they must get as many of their classmates as they can to guess their drawing.
It is very funny!
Today, the fifth grade students have had a great class, they have enjoyed a lot.
By groups, they have represented different maps: political, physical… using pieces of the lego classroom.
We really want to show you the great work they have done!
We( the fourth-grade students) carried out a work of investigation during a week. Later we represented a climogram in our notebook and to finish this project ,we went to the lego class to work in group. Thanks to this lesson, now we understand perfectly that the climograms are for.
A climogram is a way of graphically representing the thermal characteristics (temperature) and pluviometric characteristics (precipitations) of a determined place. And thanks to its correct interpretation we can recognize the type of climate represented and its main characteristics.
We have learned a lot!
Fifth-grade students enjoyed the review in a very entertaining way.
They worked on the contents of theme 2 of Natural Sciences with the material from the LEGO ROOM. Each group has chosen a content: touch, sight, hearing…
They have represented it and later explained it to their classmates.
It is a way we review together.
When we say WOLF the first words that come to our mind are…LONELY, HUNGRY, WILD,TAIL , GRAY, FIERCE, FEAR ,SCARE
But today we had a wonderful book about a rabbit who runs fast to the deer´s house because the wolf is coming; the deer opens the door fast and shakes hands with the rabbit. The same happens with piglet and little bear. Finally the wolf arrives to his happy surprise … If you want to know more about the end, read it, you will not regret it!
Then we create puppets to tell the story to our friends and family .
(We have read it in spanish , but you can find it in all the languages)
BOOk: ¡Qué llega el lobo! by Émile Jadoul
WHAT BOOK ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?
Yessssssssssss, you are right… THE GRUFFALO!
We have enjoyed this wonderful book. It s the winner of the prestigious British Smarties Book Prize. Read it, we will not regret it!
There is not doubt that the stories play a vital role in the growth and development of children.
The books they read and the characters they get to know can become like friends. Reading also helps children with their confidence levels, coping with feelings and language and learning.
That is why our school offer every week this wonderful activity .
We read together books , we listen and sing songs related to the story ,we create artworks and many other activities.
We will tell you know every story we read in our class.
ARE YOU READY TO HAVE FUN WITH US?
BOOK: THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR BY ERIC CARLE