Saturday, 31 December 2016

NEW YEAR'S EVE CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS

Today is 31st December. It's NEW YEAR'S EVE !!!
Many countries celebrate New Year on 1st January in different ways. Celebrations start on the New Year's Eve on December 31st. Hotels, restaurants, clubs and pubs organize New Year Eve parties. People sing, dance and have fun. 




And just when the clock strikes midnight ( 12 o'clock ) everyone join hands and sing a traditional old song "Auld Lang Syne". 



"Auld Lang Syne" is a poem written by Robert Burns, the national poet of Scotland, in 1788 and it is very popular in English- speaking countries.
People sing this song to celebrate the start of the New Year, but also in emotional moments, at funerals, graduations and as a farewell or ending to other occasions. 


 Here you have a version with English and Spanish subtitles, so that you can understand the lyrics.


Here you can listen and read two different subtitled versions adapted to today's English. Which one do you like best?





People kiss, drink champagne and say " Happy New Year". With loved ones and friends at a distance people exchange greetings through SMSs, Whatsapps and phone calls. 


And YOU? What do you do on New Year's Eve? 
Write a comment and tell me !!! 


Wednesday, 21 December 2016

SONG: I WANT A ZOO FOR CHRISTMAS



What do you want for Christmas? Write a comment and tell me. 


Monday, 19 December 2016

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

STORY: SANTA'S LITTLE HELPER

It's Christmas Eve. Can Santa deliver all the presents in time? Watch the story to find out!
Click on the CC button to read the subtitles in English.



What is Christmas Eve like where you live? Do you get presents on Christmas Eve? Who brings the presents? Is it Santa? When do you get presents? Write a comment and tell us all about your Christmas Eve! 

You can win 1 extra point per correct sentence.

Thursday, 8 December 2016

CHRISTMAS GAME

Click on the image and play the game. There are 10 sentences to rearrange.
Write a comment and win 1 extra point per correct sentence.







Sunday, 27 November 2016

TEACHER'S DAY


In many countries, Teachers' Day is a special day for the appreciation of teachers. It's celebrated on November 27th In Spain. This day was established to honor Joseph Calasanz. He was educator and the patron saint of the first popular Christian school in Europe.


The date on which Teachers' Day is celebrated varies from country to country. Teachers' days in different countries are distinct from World Teachers' Day, which is celebrated on 5th October.



Monday, 14 November 2016

STORY: THE FILM STAR ( BS 5 UNIT 4) SUBTITLED

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Monday, 24 October 2016

PRIMARY2: LET'S PLAY FOOTBALL TODAY KARAOKE

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STORY: THE SUN AND THE WIND

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HALLOWEEN MENU SONG

KARAOKE: MONKEYS IN THE RIVER ( BS 3 UNIT 1)

Here you have a karaoke version of this song. SING and have FUN!
 MONKEYS IN THE RIVER


Monkeys in the river, having fun.
Monkeys in the river, having fun.
Here’s Mr Crocodile, hungry Mr Crocodile.
I want YOU for lunch!

Oh ... run, run, run, run, run, Mr Monkey!
Run, Mr Monkey, run, Mr Monkey!
Run, run, run, run, run, Mr Monkey!
Run, Mr Monkey, run!

Parrots in the trees, having fun.
Parrots in the trees, having fun.
Here’s Mr Crocodile, hungry Mr Crocodile.
I want YOU for lunch!
Oh ...

Zebras in the grass, having fun.
Zebras in the grass, having fun.
Here’s Mr Crocodile, hungry Mr Crocodile.
I want YOU for lunch!
Oh ...


Do you like this song? Do you like singing? 
Why don't you record a video? 

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TAILOR MADE PRIMARY2: WHAT ARE YOU WEARING? I'M WEARING (A)...

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TAILOR MADE PRIMARY1: IT'S GOT...

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Friday, 14 October 2016

VIDEO: HELPING THE ENVIRONMENT (BS4 UNIT 5)

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We’re at the recycling centre!
Lots of people recycle their rubbish.
You can bring rubbish from your home ... and put it into the bins.
There are different bins for different types of rubbish.
There are bins for glass. You can put jars and glass bottles in here.
There are bins for plastic. You can put plastic bottles in here.
Cans are made of metal. They go in the metal bin.
Newspapers and books are made of paper. They go in the paper bin.
This bin is for drinks cartons.

Do you recycle your rubbish?

Write a comment and tell me what you  and your family do to protect the environment.


Thursday, 13 October 2016

VIDEO: MY WORLD ( BS4 UNIT 5)

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Jessica: I go to school by car.
Mum: I go to work by train.
Jessica: Here’s a train. She goes to work by train.
Dad: Great boat, Jessica.
Ben: Yes! A plane! I go to school by plane!
Jessica: Ben, stop it! He goes by car.
Ben: OK! I go to school by car.
Jessica: I go to the park by bike.
Ben: So do I.
Jessica: Come on, Dad. We go to the cinema by bus.
Ben: I love the cinema.


Write a comment, answer the questions with LONG SENTENCES and win 1 extra point per correct sentence.


How does Jessica go to school?
    
How does Mum go to work?

How do they go to the cinema?

How do you go to school?

5 Do you go to school by underground?


Monday, 10 October 2016

THE HOUSE CHANT ( BS 3 UNIT 6)


Can you invent a new verse for the song? 
Where's the ... and the ...? In the ...
Write a comment and tell me.

Sunday, 9 October 2016

VIDEO: MOJO, THE DIRECTOR

  Click on the Configuration button for English subtitles. There's no Spanish subtitles available. Sorry!


Friday, 30 September 2016

VIDEO: MY WORLD ( BS3 UNIT 5)

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Jessica: We’re having a fashion show! I’m wearing a dress!
Ben: Look at this shirt! And these trousers!
Jessica: I’m wearing these sandals!
Ben: Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to our fashion show! Here’s Jessica! She’s wearing a dress.
Dad: Is she wearing pink socks and orange sandals?
Mum: Yes, she is!
Ben: And she’s wearing socks and sandals. Thank you, Jessica!
Now, ladies and gentlemen, here’s Ben!
Mum: Is he wearing a skirt?
Dad: Yes, he is!

Write a comment, answer the questions with LONG SENTENCES and win extra points.


1 What are Ben and Jessica having?
    They are having lunch.
    They are having a fashion show.
    They are having a party.

2  What is Jessica wearing?
    She's wearing a dress and a hat.
    She's wearing a shirt and trousers.
    She's wearing socks and sandals.

3 What colour are Jessica’s sandals?
   Jessica’s sandals are black.
   Jessica’s sandals are red.
   Jessica’s sandals are orange.

4 What’s Ben wearing?
   He's wearing a dress.
   He's wearing trousers.
   He's wearing a skirt.


Thursday, 29 September 2016

THE MARCHING SONG ( BS 3 UNIT 5)




TAILOR MADE PRIMARY1&2: WHAT'S THIS? IT'S A.../THYE'RE...

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KARAOKE: MARCHING SONG ( BS 3 UNIT 5)

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Why don't you record a video? 
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Thursday, 22 September 2016

COUNTING SONGS

Practice numbers from 0 to 10. 
Sing along this COUNTING SONG : ZERO- FIVE-TEN



Practice numbers from 1 to 20 with NUMBERS HELP ME COUNT.






THE BIG NUMBERS SONG. A VERY EASY karaoke version to practise BIG numbers from ZERO to TRILLIONS.




Wednesday, 21 September 2016

JOHNNY GRAMMAR: THERE IS / ARE

Watch this video and remember the use of ...
There's a ...... ( singular)
There isn't a ...... ( singular)
There are some..... ( plural)
There aren't any ..... ( plural)



Can you finish these sentences? Write a comment and win extra points. 
There's a ......
There isn't a ......
There are some.....
There aren't any .....



Tuesday, 20 September 2016

THERE IS / THERE ARE

Watch this video and revise the PARTS of the HOUSE 
and the use of 
THERE IS/ ' S/ ISN' T ( singular)
THERE ARE/ AREN' T (plural).







Tuesday, 13 September 2016

STORY: THE ROBBER'S CLOTHES ( BS 3 UNIT 5)

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It’s night time at the museum. 
Policeman: Look! It’s Shane, the diamond robber.
Policewoman: Quick! Let’s catch him.

The robber is in the museum. 
Shane: Aha! I've got the blue diamond!

Policewoman: Oh no! Where’s the diamond?
Policeman: Look! There’s Shane! He’s wearing a black hat!

Policewoman: Is he wearing gloves?
Policeman: Yes, look! He’s wearing black gloves. Come on!

Policeman: Look! It’s Shane’s footprint.
Policewoman: He’s wearing big shoes.

Policeman: Shh! Listen! What’s that noise?

Policeman: It’s Shane …
Policewoman: ...with a mobile phone.

Policewoman: He’s wearing handcuffs now.
Policeman: And I've got the blue diamond.

Shane: Oh no!


Write a comment and correct the FALSE sentences.

1. The robber's name is Sean.
2. He's in the park.
3. He's wearing a red woolly hat.
4. He isn't wearing big shoes.
5. He's got a tablet.


Monday, 12 September 2016

THE CLOTHES CHANT ( BS 3 UNIT 5)

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Sunday, 28 August 2016

WEDDING AT THE BEACH

Hi Mary,I’m Jack from class 5B.
The  weekend  I go  to  my aunty’s  wedding  in “Villa Joiosa”, next to the sea.


My brother and I are very important people in the wedding, because we walk next to my aunty, the fiancée.
I‘m wearing a grey vest, a white shirt and white trousers. 

 .

At the end we go to dinner. The children men are nugetts, croquette,cheese and ham and chips with hamburger. The dessert is ice cream.The wedding ends in the disco.
Bye,bye Mary




Saturday, 23 July 2016

ALPHABET GAMES


Can you put the letters in the correct order?










Tuesday, 5 July 2016

SONG: BUSY PREPOSITIONS


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Like a butterfly, or a like bee
Like an ant, as busy as can be
These little words we call the "busy P's"
Prepositions

Nine or ten of them
Do most all of the work
Of, on, to, with, in, from
By, for, at, over, across
And many others do their jobs
Which is simply to connect
Their noun or pronoun object
To some other word in the sentence

Busy P's
If you please
"On the top is where you are!"
Top relates to where you are
"With a friend you'll travel far!"
With a friend you'll go
"If you try you know that you can fly
Over the rainbow!"
Over the rainbow is where you can fly

Busy prepositions
Always on the go
Like a bunch of busy bees
Floating pollen on the breeze
Buzzing over the meadows
Beyond the forest
Through the trees
In to the beehive
Busy, busy P's
In, to, beyond, over, on, through!

Busy prepositions always out in front
On the edges, in the crack
Around the corner, from the back
In between the action
Stating clearly to your satisfaction
The location and direction
Prepositions give specific information

Though little words they are
They never stand alone
Gathering words behind them
You soon will see how they have grown
Into a parade; a prepositional phrase
With a noun, or at least a pronoun, bringing up the rear
A little phrase of two or three or four or more words

Prepositions! Attention! Forward, march!
Busy prepositions
Always on the march
Like a horde of solider ants
Inching bravely forward on the slimmest chance
That they might better their positions
Busy, busy prepositions
In the air, on the ground, everywhere

The sun sank lower in the west
"In the west it sank"
And it will rise in the morning
And will bring the light of day
We say the sun comes up in the east every day!
"In the east it rises"

Busy prepositions
Busy, busy, busy!
On the top is where you are!
On the top
If you try you know that you can fly!
Fly where?
Over the rainbow



Thursday, 23 June 2016

GAME: GRAMMAR BUBBLES

Click the bubbles to select the words in the correct order and make sentences.
Click on the SKIP button to  change the bubbles and make different sentencesHave FUN!

How many points can you score? Write a comment and tell me.

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

GAME: FALLING CLOUDS


Play this game and practise GRAMMAR. Move the words to make correct sentences. You can enter your name and country to be in the score ranking. Have FUN!!!


How many rounds can you complete? How many points can you score?

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

SIMPLE SENTENCES

Click on the words in the correct order and make sentences.


Monday, 13 June 2016

SONG: PREPOSITION BY The Bazillions




Preposition, it’s your ambition

to tell me tell me tell me

exactly my position

I could be on the couch

or outside my house

am I across the street

or within your reach

Did I go up the stairs

or fall off my chair

am I in front of you

are you behind me too

Preposition, it’s your ambition

to tell me tell me tell me

exactly my position

Preposition, You’re on a mission
to tell me tell me tell me
exactly my position

Now take a walk with me

and we’ll go by the sea

and then along the path

that goes around and back

and underneath the waves

or inside a cave

and before we’re through

we’ll jump over the moon

Preposition, it’s your ambition

to tell me tell me tell me

exactly my position


Preposition, You’re on a mission ...


Now I’m about to say

without further delay

when you’re next to me

that’s where I want to be
now we’re near the end
but we’re among good friends
so then after this line
We’ll do it one more time

Preposition, it’s your ambition

to tell me tell me tell me

exactly my position

Preposition, You’re on a mission
to tell me tell me tell me
exactly my position



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