Dec 21, 2012

4th/5th/6th Primary

AND HAPPY 2013!!! 

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Dec 17, 2012

6th Primary

Hi, kids!! We are going to work the Christmas topic with four fantastic activities:

1. Firstly, the Interactive Book. Here you have all about Christmas: Vocabulary and Activities, Christmas celebrations, Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, Christmas dinner, famous carols,...

Click on "Afficher en plein écran" (FULL SCREEN)

2. Simon Says Santa Claus. There is a Santa Claus on a screen.Tell him what you want him to do and Santa do it! Write in "commands" different actions: jump, sleep, laugh, play the guitar, play tennis, fall down, run, play football, eat, dance, sing, kiss me... It is very funny!! Write as many actions as you can. Amazing...

3. Run, run, Rudolph. Read the following news about an amazing event in Texas (U.S.A). From the British online newspaper MailOnline.

4. A very funny game from the British Council website: Run, Santa, Run. Santa Claus is getting fat and he needs to get fit. Can you help him run and run through the winter wonderland? Please, kids, read the instructions very carefully to play this game.

CHRISTMAS HOMEWORK: Write down in a sheet of paper the next questions and the corresponding answers:

1/ When is Christmas Eve?
2/ What is the typical dessert of a British Christmas dinner?
3/ What was the tradition on Boxing Day?
4/ What do French people commonly eat at the revéillon?
5/ Listen to the song "Santa Claus is coming to town" and complete:
You better ___________ ___________
You better ___________ ___________
Better not ____________
I'm telling you ___________
_____________ __________ is coming to town.

1/ What did it happen?
2/ Which were the names of the two reindeers that escaped?
3/ Where were they from?
4/ Where were they when they escaped?
5/ Where did the reindeers and Santa go?

For more games, activities and vocabulary, visit 4th - 6th Christmas posts.

Dec 16, 2012

5th Primary

Hi, children!!! Christmas is here...!!!
Let's begin with a revision of Xmas vocabulary. Click and watch the video:

And now let's follow with two Xmas games:

This is another funny Christmas game:

Please listen and read the instructions carefully before playing.

CHRISTMAS HOMEWORK: Click on the next link and you will see some Xmas words with their corresponding definitions.

Write down in a paper sheet these words/definitions (w/d):
two words beginning with A (w/d)                      two words beginning with B (w/d)
five words beginning with "Christmas" (w/d)      two words beginning with F (w/d)
two words beginning wth J (w/d)                        five words beginning with N (w/d)
five words beginning with S (w/d)                       two words beginning with T (w/d)
one word beginning with X (w/d)

For more Christmas games, vocabulary and activities see 4th - 6th Christmas posts.

Dec 15, 2012

4th Primary

Hi, kids!!! Christmas is coming...!!!
Here you have two videos with lots of  Xmas vocabulary:

And now you can play these funny games:

Please, kids, read the instructions carefully before playing

For more Christmas games, vocabulary and activities visit 5th - 6th Christmas posts.

Dec 2, 2012

4th Primary

Hi, folks! We are working the adjectives at school (opposite adjectives). you remember what are they?

Adjectives describe Nouns.

Listen and watch the next song, "Hey, Adjectives", and write down in your notebook 15 adjectives:

And here you have the Christmas song we are learning this year, "Jingle Bell Rock" by Hillary Duff:

Nov 30, 2012

5th Primary

HELLO, kids! This year we are going to sing "All I want for Christmas is you", by Maria Carey. It's a beautiful song! Here you have the video:


6th Primary

Hi, kids! In this new post we are going to watch and listen to the Xmas songs that we sing at school.

6th A: "Happy Christmas (War is Over)" by John Lennon:


6th B: "Shake up Christmas" by Train:


6th C: "Jingle Bells" by Basshunter:


Nov 17, 2012

4th Primary

Parts of the body - face
In the next two links you have some important parts of the body and the face:

Nov 11, 2012

6th Primary

Hi, guys! Let's begin today with vocabulary about clothes, weather and advice. Click on the link:

And let's follow with a video where different people talk about the frequency of some actions in their lives:

Nov 10, 2012

5th Primary

Hi, children! Do you like fruit and vegetables? In this new post we are going to learn the name of lots of new fruits and vegetables.
Let's begin with a video, with Andre Moreno from California:

Click on the links below and learn more vocabulary:

Oct 28, 2012

4th/5th/6th Primary

Remember that next Saturday, 3rd November, children from our school participate in the TV programme "Fish and Chips". At 12.20 p.m. on Club Super 3 channel. 

Oct 26, 2012

6th Primary

Hi, kids! Happy Halloween for everyone!
Let's start with the song "This is Halloween" from the Tim Burton's film "The nightmare before Christmas":

And now two Halloween games:

Read the descriptions and find the Halloween vocabulary.

This is a page with 6 different Halloween games to play and have fun.

For more Halloween games, stories and songs visit 4th-5th Primary Halloween posts.

5th Primary

Hi, kids!!! Halloween is a very special date in English and American calendars. Let's celebrate Halloween with a story and a game:

Click on START button to watch and listen to the story.

Find the object beginning with the corresponding letter and click on it.

Finally, watch and listen to this video "The Skeleton dance":

For more Halloween games, stories and songs visit 4t-6th Halloween posts.

4th Primary

Hi, kids!! Are you ready for the night of witches, ghosts and vampires?

Click on START button to watch and listen to the story.

For more Halloween stories, games and songs visit 5th-6th Halloween posts.

Oct 17, 2012


Hello everyone!!
Let's begin with a video -8 minutes- about the past simple of to be, regular and irregular verbs. There is also a little quiz.Very clear and easy to understand!!!:

And now you can practice the past simple with these six exercises:

Oct 14, 2012

5th Primary

What are you wearing now? Can you talk about your clothes?
Watch this "Real English" episode and listen to real english-speaking people talking about their clothes:

Oct 13, 2012

4th Primary

Hi, kids! In this post you have two funny exercises to practice numbers and classroom language.
1/ A gaps fill activity about numbers from 20 to 100. You have to write numbers:

2/ A classroom language wordsearch about English classroom language. You must find instruction words like complete, tick, cross out, repeat,...

Oct 12, 2012

Oct 5, 2012

5th Primary

Hi, kids! In this post, we are going to begin with a revision of the physical description of people. Let's try this activity!! You have to choose the correct paragraph that describes each girl. Good luck!!

Can you answer twenty questions about you? What do you think?
Watch the video and test yourself!!! Write your personal answers in your notebook.

4th Primary

Hi everyone!!
How are you? Well, let's learn today the names of different sports in English (American) and the positions of the players.

And here you have an exercise about likes and dislikes:

Oct 4, 2012

6th Primary

In this post, we are going to learn the way to form comparatives and superlatives in English.
- Add er to short adjectives to form comparatives: faster, shorter, longer,...
- Use more (adjective) than to long adjectives to form comparatives: more expensive than, more beautiful than,...

- Add est to short adjectives to form superlatives: the longest river, the fastest animal,...
- Use the most + adjective to long adjectives to form superlatives: the most important, the most famous,...


An easy exercise where you have to complete some sentences with the superlative form of the adjective:


A funny game: catch as many superlatives as you can but avoid the comparatives (using the arrow keys):

COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES: Another chapter of "Real English", this time answering questions like Which city is bigger: New York or San Francisco?, What is the most beautiful language in the world?.

Sep 27, 2012

5th Primary

Hello, children! Firstly today you can watch this video about opposites. We have worked some of them but there are some completely new:

"Who am I?" is a short game about physical descriptions. Be careful with the time! Read the description, type the name of the girl and check your answers :

Sep 26, 2012

4th Primary

Let's count to 100! It is time to practise the numbers from 1 to 100 with a funny song. Click and watch the video:

And now you can play this game about numbers. Click on the link below and then click on START to begin. Just listen to the number and click it. Good luck!!!

Sep 25, 2012

6th Primary / Adults

Hi everyone! Here we have an easy game to practise some opposite adjectives. Click on the title below and then click on START to play:

And now you have a matching activity (more difficult, but not too much):

Sep 19, 2012


Hi, colleagues! Welcome everyone to this new elementary course for teachers.

Let' start with this fantastic song by Adele: "Rolling in the deep", with English and Spanish subtitles:

And now three exercises about personal information. Click on the link and do the activities online. When you finish click on "DONE" and check your answers.

1. Making questions, matching questions and answers and writing a paragraph.

2. Different tasks to pracice the verb to be (am, is, are) and to have (have, has). Funny animations.

3. Asking for personal informations. Easy, eleven questions.

Sep 6, 2012

6th Primary

Hi kids! And welcome back to school.
Now, watch this video about cardinal and ordinal numbers:

Have a look to this one about dates.This is the way to answer the question "When's your birthday?", always with the corresponding month and the ordinal number. For example, "March 3rd" or "February 21st".

Sep 5, 2012

5th Primary

Welcome back to school, everyone!!!
Let's begin with the song "The wheels on the bus":

And now it is time to do a revision of the time with an easy activity. Do you remember? Click on the link:

Sep 3, 2012

4th Primary

Learn the letters of the ALPHABET with this video:

Here you have an alphabet song: