sábado, 16 de abril de 2016

Learning, teaching and enjoying....

Our 4th of Primary students have been studying the organs which intervene in our senses . After preparing some projects they have explained to their classmates what they have learnt. It was great and they were really good teachers!!

Congrats!! =)


After studying the five senses, we have watched several videos to find out more curiosities about senses. Enjoy them!

Some games to play...

lunes, 11 de abril de 2016

Making sweets

After studying the economic sectors. We were interested in knowing how different factories work, this time, we'd like to learn how one of the most delicious things we eat are made... We are talking about SWEETS! 😋😋

lunes, 4 de abril de 2016

Learning how products are made and transformed

In order to consolidate what we have learnt, we have been playing a game. They have understood how a natural product is transformed into another one which is finally bought in a shop.

We have enjoyed a lot!


Knowing our country is not an easy task,we should know that Spain is made of 17 communities and 2 autonomous cities (Ceuta and Melilla).


We know that cities and towns are completely different, in order to reaffirm what we know you have these links. Enjoy!!

Games to practice

Enjoy our population unit with these great and interactive games!


And now it's time to have fun!! Enjoy and learn with this game!


We've been studying different economic sectors, and now we can classify different jobs we know into primary, secondary or tertiary sectors:

In relation to the primary sector, we obtain raw materials directly from nature. Therefore, people can get them from plants (fruits, vegetables, wood and also cotton), animals (milk, eegs, meat and wool), from the sea (fish and mussels) and from the Earth (gold, coal, oil, gas and stones).

Here you have how different products we like are made in factories.


Have fun with this game! 


Year 3 students made lovely model landscapes to learn the different elements they can find around every place they visit.


Which is the most populated city in the world?

The most populated city in the world is Tokyo, in Japan, with around  millions inhabitants.


The population of a place can grow or go down.

If the number of babies born is bigger than the number fo people who die, the population grows.

If the number of babies born is smaller than the number of people who die, the population goes down.

Did you know that the elderly population of Spain is increasing and the child population is decreasing?

Besides, many people move from villages to town and cities for work. Some people even move to a different country!

People who leave our country to live in a new place are emmigrants.

People who move from their country to live in our country are immigrants.

Sharing our country means respect each other, we have responsibilities but also duties to do.

Let's learn some Citizens' responsibilities!