miércoles, 27 de enero de 2016


We hace bien learning about Minerals and its properties.

Check this web and keep discovering everything you need to know about minerals!

viernes, 15 de enero de 2016

Relief of Spain and revision of landscapes

Here you can find some interactive games to revise everything you have learnt!! Enjoy!! =)

Coastal and Inland Landscapes

Practice what you have learnt through this useful game! I hope you enjoy it!!


Discovering Scotland

If you want to learn more about landscapes, it would be really interesting to know some facts about them... to help you click here!!!


We've been studying geosphere and besides it three main parts: crust, mantle and core, we have learnt about some special elements: volcanoes, islands and how everything started.... Tectonic Plates!

Talking about volcanoes... check this out!

and finally.... Islands!!

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is a very scary name for a lake. It is called so because nothing lives in it. There are no sea weeds or plants, no fish either. This is because the Dead Sea is nearly six times as salty as the ocean.

Why is sea water salty?
Many minerals like Sodium, Chlorine, Magnesium and Silica are found on the surface of Earth. Every time it rains, tiny amounts of these minerals are carried into rivers, and ultimately to the seas, along with rainwater. The two most abundant elements in sea water are Sodium and Chlorine. These combine to form salt, making the sea (and ocean) water salty.