In the following link you can see the result of our book version of “Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?”. We hope you like it as much as we do. It’s worth the effort, they are such an artists!
En el siguiente link podéis ver el resultado de nuestro cuento “Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?”. Esperamos que os guste tanto como a nosotras. El esfuerzo ha merecido la pena, son unos artistas!
podéis ver el flipbook aquí/you can see the flipbook here: https://www.yumpu.com/en/embed/view/Ky0cbZOUaTWL3qG1
podéis descargar el cuento aquí/you can download the storybook here: BLACK BAT
The students from First Grade of Primary Education have participated in two European E-twinning projects during this academic course and right now, we are participating in a third one, but, what is E-twinning?
eTwinning offers a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in one of the European countries involved, to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and, in short, feel and be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe.
“Brown Bear, what do you see? Our versions of the book” is a project that involves children to create their own versions of the book “Brown bear, brown bear what do you see?” by Eric Carle and Bill Martin, exchange them and learn English vocabulary related to colours and animals based on the received books from other students from all around Europe. In this project we are working with the following countries: Spain (Valencia), Poland (Olsztyn and Kraczkowa), Slovakia (Ilava y Bratislava), United Kingdom (Stockport) and Turkey (Üsküdar).
The idea is very simple: to create our own version of the book. Children draw pictures of animals and write a short text for it following the pattern of the original book. Then we scan the book and exchange it by email with the teachers from the other countries, we print the ones received and learn with the books.
As you may know, we are participating in an E-twinning Project about Easter with other 9 schools from Europe and 12 teachers.
We have made the exchange of Easter Cards and we are singing Easter songs in English.
Clicking on the links you can watch the songs of the students of First Level of Primary Education and the students for the Sixth Level of Preprimary Education.
What is it? Song Bea’s Class (6h Level of Pre-Primary)
Ten Easter Bunnies Song Vero’s Class (1st Level of Primary)
We create our cards
The received cards from Poland
We sent cards to 9 countries
Peace Day has come and this year we decided to celebrate it reading John Lennon‘s book “Imagine” 🕊
We read the storybook at the same time we learned the song and thought about different small individual actions that can make a big difference.
Peace Day has come and this year we decided to celebrate it reading John Lennon‘s book “Imagine“.
Leímos el cuento al mismo tiempo que aprendimos la canción y pensamos en pequeñas acciones individuales que pueden lograr grandes cambios.
Captain Jack is in London having an amazing Christmas and as he promised he send us some pictures so we can see how great his city is. But the best part of it, is that we are going to meet his family, are you ready?
We have studied the body and to do it we based our unit on the story “The Gingerbread Man” and we wished so hard to cook one that our wish came true.
Hemos estudiado el cuerpo y para hacerlo hemos basado la unidad en el cuento “El Hombre de pan de Jengibre” y deseamos tan fuerte cocinar uno que nuestro sueño se hizo realidad.
To finish this term, the students of 1st and 2nd level of Primary have designed a poster related to the units they have studied: body and pets. Besides, we have practice self-assessment and co-assessment and it turned out great.
Para terminar el trimestre, las/os alumnas/os de 1º y 2º de primaria han diseñado un poster relacionado con la unidad que han estudiando: el cuerpo humano y mascotas.
Además, hemos practicado la auto-evaluación y la co-evaluación y salió genial.