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.


The wolf is coming!

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


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.




I contribute…

Whenever you have a group of students participating in  an activity , they need to get to know each other to be comfortable in working together.

So this activitidy is perfect  to achieve this goal.


  • Each one is given a paper with a phrase and a drawing of a bowl
  • They should look for the letters to form different words that express values ​​that describe how they are at home, school or with their family.
  • If they need a letter that they don’t have, they can ask their classmates without problem.
  • Then they explain it to their new friends.


CAT AND DOG – ice breaking game-

There is nothing better than going back to school and having fun with your classmates.

In this activity we tell a story, every time we say the word dog our students should get up and the word cat they should sit down. It is a great activity to have fun and laugh with your new friends

Put it into practice, we highly recommend it!

“One day a cat was walking down the road when suddenly a big and ferocious dog came out of nowhere.

The cat was scared to death and started to run to save its life. The dog leaped and caught hold of the cat.

The cat begged for mercy but the dog was very hungry and did not want to leave such a good prey.

The cat put forward a deal that she would regularly give the dog all that it would catch and would only eat the dog’s left over.

The dog found the deal very attractive and left the cat but warned it of the dire consequences if the cat tried to fool him or run away.

Every day the cat used to give away all that it would catch to the dog and the dog ate everything.

After a month, the dog grew fat since it didn’t had to catch its prey any longer.

One day the cat didn’t return on time. The dog grew impatient and started to search for it. It found the cat devouring a mouse and grew very angry.

The dog said that the cat had broken its promise and now it would eat the cat. The cat started to run to save its life and the dog chased it but since the dog had grown fat, it was getting very difficult for it to match the cat’s speed.

After about 5 minutes of chase, they had reached the end of a cliff. It was a do or die situation for the cat so it jumped across the cliff and luckily made it.

The dog on the other hand who had lost all its agility because of its increased weight, fell over the cliff.

The cat breathed a sigh of relief and walked away.

Moral: Never leave your work on someone else’s behalf. It may be quite luring at the beginning but will turn deadly afterwards.”


 Here you have some photos ( fifth grade):