After reading different books: “Valentina”, “Con locura”, “El día de San Valentín” among other stories, we reflected on values such as love, respect, affection and friendship.
Afterwards we made different crafts to give to our families and show them how much we love them.
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.
Today has been a great day for us. We have celebrated the 41st anniversary of our current Constitution. As you can see it is not so old, so many teachers and parents remember with emotion how the Spanish people voted a unanimous YES to this Constitution after having gone through 40 years of a military dictatorship. Our students´parents have been the protagonists today telling their chidren about personal experiences of that time. They have specially highlighted how important this document is as all our rights and duties as citizens are collected there. We, parents and teachers, wanted to make students aware of the importance of our country being a parliamentary democracy since it wasn´t always like that.
We spend many hours together and we enjoy great moments togheter but sometimes we don’t know the partner’s hobbies very well, their preferences, where they live or what they usually do during the weekend. We have encouraged ourselves to write in english about our favourite foods , sports and activities that we do outside and inside the school. We tell our classmates about it and we will learn how to express ourselves in English. At the end we all got a big round of applause.
Kahoot has become a great tool for the school. With it we not only evaluate the contents that our children are acquiring, also we are introducing the use of technology in the classroom. They love it and we love to see them enjoying.
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!
As our colleague Nicky Lazarov says, the teachers who were lucky to be part of the 4th Transnational Meeting held in Sofia enjoyed the great work carried out by team Bulgaria in order to organize this meeting. It is also true that we enjoyed teaching students who were really motivated with our visit, (already an unforgettable memory for all of us).
From the team Spain we want to share one of the resources we used in our visit to Bulgaria, since they were very successful with the students, who were 100% involved in the proposed tasks.