Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Adjectives

Hello, everyone!
        How are you? I'm fine, thanks. It's a warm day, I'm sitting on my soft sofa and drinking a cold apple juice, my black cat is sleeping at my feet.
       Do you like penguins? Penguins live in cold countries and suffer hot weather: Please, save them from global warming answering some easy questions:

And now, please, save this poor cute clownfish from the sharp teeth of a big shark!

Try this matching game: you have to match each adjective with its opposite - BUT BE QUICK!
 Well, I'm very sleepy now... Good night!
Clare - the Witch

Adjectives and opposites

Hi!
Can you choose the right adjectives?


Bye!


Sunday, March 17, 2013

Hi!
         The children of class 4b - Pizzigoni Primary School - Saronno - Italy -  have written these introductions for their friends of Leslie Manser Primary School -  Lincoln - UK. The original copies on paper have been sent to Lincoln.
It's advisable to enlarge the presentation: some of the children's handwriting can be read with difficulty.

Ancient Egypt

Hello, everyone!

How are you? As you're studying the Egyptian civilization with your history teachers, have a look at this nice activities. The next is an adventure in a tomb, offered by the fantastic site of the National Museum of Scotland:
Explore ancient Egypt:
Now prepare a corpse for burial:
I'm sure now you know almost everything about Egypt...
If you're a teacher, check the page above, under the map FOR EFL TEACHERS: Ancient Egypt - CLIL Project.
Bye,





Sunday, March 10, 2013

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Challenge: Homes Around the World

Hello, everybody!

Look at the smiling faces of the winners of the Challenge: Homes Around the World.
Gaia, Jasmine and Alessandro are holding their prizes and wearing their Union Jack Medal. They have been very clever and they answered the challenge questions:

1. What’s the name of the people who live in houses made of snow or ice? 
2. Who lived in tents made with wooden poles and animal skin?
3. Where do the majority of people in Australia live? 
4. What are many homes in Finland made of?
5. What are nomadic houses in Northern China called?
6. Where do the majority of people in Hong Kong live?

The answers to these questions can be find in the post "Homes around the world".
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS!
Bye,