Saturday, 28 June 2014

Have a great summer!

Summer is here!
Enjoy your holidays but don't forget to practice your English during the summer.
Por fin llegaron las merecidas vacaciones, tiempo para descansar y disfrutar con la familia y los amigos... pero no olvidéis repasar un poco el inglés ya que una desconexión total afecta  negativamente a su progreso. Os dejo unos enlaces y algunos materiales para que practiquéis:

 Incredible English

 Material para descargar:

Interactive material for Year 5 students:

Cuaderno de vacaciones:

Who is who?

Saturday, 7 June 2014

World Oceans Day 2014

On and around June 8, people around the globe celebrate World Oceans Day. This year’s   theme is  “Together we have the power to protect the ocean.”
Find out fascinating facts about amazing sea creatures  and explore the deepest oceans at harveywatersofteners site. Scroll to submerge:

 "Our plastic, our problem". This video reminds people that what we do on land can have an impact on the ocean:

We can all do something to protect our ocean!
Would you like to make an ocean promise? just mention it as a comment:

Thursday, 5 June 2014

Don't waste your garbage

Read the story of Thomas, the boy who didn't care about the environment:

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

World Environment Day 2014

Enjoy World Environment Day with some stories, songs and games:
1. Lemurs live in the forests of Madagascar, an island off the coast of Africa. But lemurs are in danger as the forests disappear. Listen to a song about Lisa the Lemur and learn about lemurs.

  2.- Can you get rid of your rubbish?
3.- Listen to the song "The colors of mother Earth".

An exercise to complete after you listen to the song at englishexercises site:

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

There's only world: It's up to me and you!

Listen to a song and find out about things we can do to help to save the planet:

Read the "Wasteway" story book at nationwideeducation site. You will learn some concepts of sustainable living(living in a way that reduces our impact on the environment) and energy issues in a fun way.
You can also play games by clicking the 'play game' links below:

An Environment Day story: The starfish story

Every 6th June  Environment Day is celebrated. We remember that the environment is fragile and think about how we can look after it.
"The starfish story" (adapted from The star thrower by Loren Eiseley) is a story that helps us to understand how we can all do something to protect our environment.

Sunday, 1 June 2014

Hey Brother

Do you like this song?

Friday, 30 May 2014

Regular and irregular verbs games

Are the past tense vebs regular or irregular?

You can learn or test your knowledge of the irregular verbs list at the Macmillan site. Spin the Irregular Verb Wheel and play:

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Happy by Pharrell Williams

Sing along Happy with Pharrell Williams from Despicable Me 2:

Monday, 26 May 2014

Talking about plans and intentions- going to

We use going to to talk about plans decided before the moment of speaking.
Watch the video at British Council site:

Put the words in the correct order:

 Learn how to speak about plans:

Some activities to practice.

Click on the words in the correct order:

Do you want to practice using 'going to' in English? Play "going to"games at British Council site:

Write some sentences:

What are you going to do?

Sunday, 25 May 2014

Geographical features

Learn vocabulary related to Geographical features:

Match the pictures and the words:

Choose the correct item:

Saturday, 24 May 2014

The two bite club

This is an educational storybook to learn about the food pyramid. It is designed to encourage children "to try foods from each food group by eating just two bites.

The back of the book contains a MyPlate coloring page, a blank certificate for the Two Bite Club, fun activity pages for kids and tips for Growing Healthy Eaters. It's also available in Spanish. 

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Food, food, food

Do you like Broccoli Ice Cream?


Read the story:

Watch the video and practise I like /don't like:


And a fun video to practice   Do you like...? 


Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Past simple: regular verbs

Alfie took his driving test for the second time this morning. Did he pass? - See more at:
The past simple is mostly used to talk about past events.
Alfie took his driving test for the second time this morning. Did he pass? - See more at:
Alfie took his driving test for the second time this morning. Did he pass? - See more at:
Here you have a video with the rules:


Past tense pronunciation -ed:

 Here you have some exercises:

Monday, 19 May 2014

Fascinating facts of sea creatures

Find out fascinating facts of sea creatures and underwater life. Here you have some recommended websites:

Find out how pollution, fishing and other human activities affect sealife.

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