Thursday, 1 June 2017

KARAOKE: HOW DO YOU GO TO SCHOOL? (BS4 UNIT 5)

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Friday, 26 May 2017

Thursday, 25 May 2017

VIDEO: MY WORLD ( BS4 UNIT 3)

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Jessica: It’s Dad’s birthday.
Ben: Let’s buy Dad a present.
Jessica: Yes!
Mum: Here’s ten pounds.
Jessica: I’ve got one pound.
Ben: I’ve got some money. I’ve got … 20 pence, 40 pence,
45 pence … 46, 47, 48, 49,50! And 50 pence! That’s 1 pound!
Jessica: We’ve got £12.
Ben: Hmmm … Where can we buy a present?
Jessica: Let’s buy Dad a CD.
Ben: Let’s buy Dad a T-shirt!
Mum: How about a cake? Let’s go to the supermarket!
Jessica and Ben: OK!
Jessica: Look! CDs. Ben! Look!
Ben: Cool!
Jessica: How much is it?
Ben: It’s £15.
Jessica: Oh.
Mum: Let’s buy a birthday cake.
Jessica: Ben, look, a T-shirt!
Ben: How much is it?
Jessica: It’s £10.
Ben: It’s great. Mmm, chocolate. Let’s buy Dad a chocolate
bar! There’s some chocolate over here.
Jessica: How much is the chocolate bar?
Ben: It’s 70 pence.
Jessica: We have £12. Let’s buy two chocolate bars and this
T-shirt!
Ben: Good idea!

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

1 What day is it?
   It's Mum’s birthday.
   It's Dad’s birthday.
   It's Christmas Day.

2 They want to buy a present. Where do they go?
     They go to the supermarket.
   They go to the music shop.
   They go to the clothes shop.

3 How much is the T-shirt?
   The T-shirt is £15.
   The T-shirt is £12.
   The T-shirt is  £10.

How much is a chocolate bar?
   A chocolate bar is 70 pence.
   A chocolate bar is £12.
   A chocolate bar is £1.

5 What do they buy for Dad?
   They buy a T- shirt.
   They buy a chocolate bar.
   They buy two chocolate bars and a T- shirt.



Monday, 22 May 2017

STORY: OFF TO SCHOOL ( BS4 UNIT 5)

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When Sophie goes to school by bus, the bus breaks down.
Sophie: Oh no … I've got Maths at nine o'clock.

And Sophie's late for Maths.
Teacher: You're late, Sophie. Sit down.
Sophie: How do you go to school, Mona?
Mona: By car.

When Sophie goes to school by car, the car breaks down.
Sophie: Oh no … I've got English at nine o'clock.

And Sophie's late for English.
Teacher: You're late, Sophie. Sit down.
Sophie: How do you go to school, Tom?
Tom: By motorbike.

When Sophie goes to school by motorbike, the motorbike breaks down.
Sophie: Oh no … I've got History at nine o'clock.

And Sophie’s late for History.
Teacher: You're late, Sophie. Sit down.
Sophie: How do you go to school, Molly?
Molly: I walk.

And when Sophie walks to school … she's early.
Sophie: Good morning, Miss. Look! I'm early.
Teacher: Good morning, Sophie. Yes, you're early …

Teacher: But there's no school today. It's Saturday.
Sophie: Oh no!

Saturday, 20 May 2017

VIDEO: ART ( BS4 UNIT 3)

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This is Cat.
Cat is an artist and she’s very creative.
She likes books, especially books about art and famous artists. She’s really good at painting.
This is her studio.
She’s got a picture of a tree in a field of purple flowers.
Cat is interested in the shapes and colours in the picture.

She’s got some brown paint for the picture.
The hills have got wavy lines.
The trees are organic shapes.
The fields are in front of the hills.
These fields have got straight lines.
Cat has got a lot of paints and brushes.
There are some primary colours in the picture. 
There’s blue and yellow.
And there are a lot of secondary colours, like green and purple. 
There are warm and cool colours in the picture.
Red and yellow are warm colours. 
Blue and purple are cool colours.
Yellow and purple are complementary colours.
There’s a contrast between the yellow and the purple in this
painting.
Cat has got some brown and green paint for the tree.
She’s got some blue paint and she writes her name at the bottom of the picture.
Cat’s painting is quite simple, but it’s very beautiful and peaceful.



Friday, 19 May 2017

THE TRANSPORT CHANT ( BS4 UNIT 5)


Can you invent a new verse for the song? 
On ... I go by  ... 
  On ... I walk to  ...
Write a comment and tell me. You can get extra points.


Wednesday, 17 May 2017

ANIMALS VOCABULARY 1, 2 & 3

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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

COMPARING FAMOUS WOMEN

Do you want to practice comparative and superlative adjectives? Read the information about these four famous women and do it. You can write a comment and get an extra point per correct sentence. How many correct sentences can you write?
Remember:  
.... is adjective + er than .... 
.... is more + adjective than .... 
.... is the adjective + est .... 
.... is the most adjective  .... 


Monday, 15 May 2017

VIDEO: TIME ZONES ( BS4 UNIT 4)

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This is Shanghai.
Shanghai is a big city in China.
It’s eight o'clock in the morning.
It’s light, and people are going to school or work.
The city is very busy.

This is Cape Town, in South Africa.
Cape Town is six hours behind Shanghai.
It’s two o'clock at night.
It’s dark, and people are in bed.

Now, it’s the next day.
It's six o'clock in the evening in Cape Town.
It's light. People are having dinner ...
... and relaxing.
But in Shanghai, it’s twelve o'clock in the evening.
It’s dark.
Some people are meeting their friends...
... and some people are sleeping.




Saturday, 13 May 2017

THINK ABOUT FOOD!


Write a comment and answer the questions. You can get one extra point per correct sentence.

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

GAME: NATURAL WORLD


Which is the longest river in Asia? and in the world? Which is the most populated country? Which Mount is higher: Everest or Kilimanjaro? Which is the biggest ocean? Which is the highest waterfall? Which is the biggest desert?
Play this game and practise a bit. Have fun!




WORLD RECORDS

Are you good at world records? Play this game and practise superlative adjectives.







VIDEO: MY WORLD (BS4 UNIT 4)

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Jessica: What time do you get up? I get up at half past seven.
Dad: What’s the time?
Mum: It’s eight o’clock.
Jessica: I have breakfast at eight o’clock.
Dad: Bye!
Mum: Ben. Time for breakfast!
Jessica: I go to school at quarter to nine.
Mum: Ben! Time for school!
Ben: What’s the time?
Mum: It’s quarter to nine! Come on!
Ben: What’s the time?
Jessica: It’s half past three. I go home at half past three! I
have dinner at quarter past six.
Ben: Great! Time for dinner!
Jessica: I go to bed at nine o’clock. What time do you go to
bed? Goodnight.

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

1 What time does Jessica get up?
   Jessica gets up at half past seven.
   
Jessica gets up at eight o’clock.
   
Jessica gets up at quarter to nine.

2 What time does Jessica have breakfast?
   Jessica has breakfast at half past seven.
   
Jessica has breakfast at eight o’clock.
   
Jessica has breakfast at quarter to nine.

3 Time for school! What’s the time?
   It’s eight o’clock.

   It’s quarter to nine.
   It’s half past three.


4 What time does Jessica go home?
   Jessica goes home at five o’clock.
   
Jessica goes home at four o’clock.
   Jessica goes home at half past three.

5 What time does Jessica have dinner?
   Jessica 
has dinner at quarter past six.
   
Jessica has dinner at eight o’clock.
   Jessica has dinner at half past seven.

6 What time does Jessica go to bed?
   Jessica goes to bed at eight o’clock.
   
Jessica goes to bed at nine o’clock.
   Jessica goes to bed at half past eight.



Tuesday, 9 May 2017

KARAOKE: THE VAMPIRE SONG ( BS4 UNIT 4)

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What time do you get up? What do you have for breakfast? What time do you go to school? Do you have lunch at home or at school? What time do you go home? Do you have extra activities after school? Write a comment and tell me about your daily routine.

Monday, 8 May 2017

THE VAMPIRE SONG ( BS4 UNIT 4)

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I get up at half past six
when there is no sun.
Then I have breakfast.
Vampire life is fun.

Ha! Ha! … Come and laugh with me!
Ha! Ha! … I'm happy as can be.

I go to school at seven.
Lessons start at eight.
Then I have lunch.
Vampire life is great!

Ha! Ha! …

I go home at five o'clock
Before the sun can shine.
Then I have dinner.
Vampire life is fine!


Ha! Ha! …


Sunday, 7 May 2017

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY 2017

This post is dedicated to all loving mothers in the world. 


Here you have 2 songs: an easy one for young students and another, a little more difficult, by Celine Dion for older students. 
Hope you like them and have a GREAT Day!   








MOTHER'S DAY


Today is the first Sunday in May and in Spain we celebrate MOTHER'S DAY. 



Is yours a modern mother?  
In this video you can listen to a SONG and see many different types of mothers. 



Why don't you print and colour a beautiful card for your mum? 
How do you celebrate MOTHER'S DAY? Write a comment and tell me about your mother.

Saturday, 6 May 2017

GAME: DESTINATION IMPOSSIBLE

 Play this game and practise following directions on a map.  Choose a character. Select a task and read the instructions. 

Friday, 5 May 2017

GAME: GIVING DIRECTIONS


This is a SENTENCE MACHINE GAME. Look at the image, select the correct option and make sentences.


Tuesday, 2 May 2017

PRIMARY1: WALKING THROUGH THE JUNGLE SONG

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STORY: HAUNTED HOUSE ( BS3 UNIT 6)

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Heather is in the bedroom, with her brother Danny.
Whoo! Whoo!
What’s that noise? Oh no! There’s a ghost in the house!
No, there isn’t, Danny!

They go to Danny’s bedroom.
Look. There isn’t a ghost under the bed.

They go to the bathroom.
Look! There isn’t a ghost in the bath.

Whoo! Whoo!
What’s that noise? Oh, no!
There’s a ghost in the house!
No, there isn’t, Danny!

They go to the living room.
Look. There isn’t a ghost on the sofa.

Whoo Whoo!
It’s OK. Look! There’s a ghost story on TV.

They go back to Danny’s bedroom.
Go to sleep, Danny. There isn’t a ghost in the house ...

Oh yes there is! Ha ha ha ha!

Write a comment, complete the sentences and win extra points for the blog competition. You can get 1 extra point per correct sentence. 

1 Danny and Heather are ....
  •  in Heather’s bedroom
  •  in the bathroom
  •  in Danny’s bedroom

2 They go to  ...
  •  Danny's bedroom, the bathroom and the dining room
  •  Danny's bedroom, the living room and the kitchen
  •  Danny's bedroom, the bathroom and the living room


They look ...
  •  on the bed, in the cupboard and under the table
  •  under the bed, in the bath and on the sofa
  •  under the bed, in the toilet and under the armchair


4 There's a ghost story...
  •  in the radio
  •  on TV
  •  in Danny’s bedroom





PRIMARY1 STORY: THE KING OF THE JUNGLE

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PRIMARY1: HOW ABOUT YOU SONG

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Monday, 1 May 2017

MAY DAY



The month of May has many traditions and celebrations in many cultures. Some countries in Europe (Ireland, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Finland, Sweden and Romania) and North America (Canada and the United States) have special spring celebrations. 
Originally May Day was celebrated on 1st May, but for the convenience of the general public, many May Day activities have now been moved to the new May Day holiday on the first Monday of the month. This Monday is a bank holiday, a day off school and work in the United Kingdom.


                                  MAY QUEEN
The May Queen is a girl who rides or walks at the front of a parade for May Day celebrations. She wears a white long dress to symbolise purity and a flowers crown

MAYPOLE DANCING

It's a popular dance. Some of the children dance in one direction while others dance the opposite way around the pole. They hold a coloured ribbon in their hand.

This is the beautiful result of expert dancers and lots of practice.

MORRIS DANCING

It's an old traditional dance. There are usually six or eight men or women arranged in two lines or in a circle. The dancing is accompanied by accordion players or drums. Morris dancers wear different clothes depending on the part of the country in which they dance. They are often dressed in white with coloured belts across their chests.




Friday, 28 April 2017

STORY: THE THREE BROTHERS (BS 6 UNIT 1)

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In a small mountain village, a wise old man talks to his three sons.
Father: When I die, the wisest son can have the farm.
Brother 3: Who is the wisest son?

Brothers 1 and 2: Me!
Father: Climb the mountain and ask the Buddha.

The brothers climb the mountain.
The big brothers are nasty to the small brother.

Brother 1: I'm older and wiser than you.
Brother 2: I'm stronger and wiser than you.

Soon, they are lost. The oldest brother wants to be leader.

Brother 1: I'm older than you. Let me lead.

The youngest brother climbs a tree. He sees and points to a path. The oldest brother copies him.
Brother 1: I can see a path!

But soon, rocks block their path.

Brother 2: I'm stronger than you. Let me move the rocks.

The rocks are too heavy to move.The youngest brother clears a path. 
The oldest brother copies him.

Brother 1: I can clear a path!

It is night time and the brothers are hungry.

Brother 2: I'm faster than you. Let me catch a rabbit.

He returns with no rabbit. The youngest brother makes a
vegetable stew.

Brother 1: I'm bigger than you. Let me finish the stew.

The next day, a bear blocks their path.

Brother 1: I'm braver than you. Let me fight the bear.

The bear stands up and roars. The oldest brother runs away. But the youngest brother plays sad music. 
The bear sleeps and the brothers escape.


Finally, they reach the Buddha.

Brother 1: He’s younger than me. Let me speak.
Brother 2: No, he’s weaker than me. Let me speak.

Buddha: I'm the Buddha. Let ME speak. The 
wisest brother is listening.

Brothers 1 and 2: You!


Do you like the story? Who is the wisest son? Can you compare the 3 brothers and write sentences. Write a comment and tell me.




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