Sunday, November 21, 2010

Thursday, November 18, 2010


Write the plural of these words in the correct column.

book - man - city - day - library - knife - bus - pencil - pen - child - class - person - box - dictionary - tooth - church - map - taxi - glass - woman - country - policeman - foot

Image from OMbus

Tuesday, November 9, 2010


Here are your best writings about yourselves.
Congratulations and well done!
Marina - 1º D

Vero - 1º C

Iker - 1º C

María Jesús - 1º D

Jorge - 1º C

Sunday, November 7, 2010


How many colours can you see?
How many different green pencils are there?
How can you distinguish them?
And the British flag you can see on the right? What colour is it?

A voluntary activity: find the colours of the flag from Senegal and send a comment to this post. You must be the first to add your comment if you want to win.

Ready, steady, go!

The Best Writings

You can see here your best writings!
Mercedes Raposo - 1º B

Andrea García - 1º B

To Be

It's Halloween!

Image by Panopticum

True or False?

1. Halloween is traditionally celebrated on the night of 31stOctober, the night before All Saint’s Day.

2. In England Halloween was called ‘All Hallow’s Eve’.

3. On Halloween night all evil spirits stayed at home.

4. Halloween is based on an ancient Celtic holiday and the name‘Halloween’ means ‘Winter’s End’.

5. In past times people put lamps or lanterns outside their housesto keep away evil spirits.

6. People believed that witches, ghosts and goblins went aroundat night looking for a living body!

7. On Halloween people dressed up as ghosts and witches sothat the spirits would not steal their body!

8. Nowadays people put pumpkins with faces in their houses.

9. The pumpkin is sometimes called the ‘Jack-o-lantern’.

10. ‘Trick or treat’ is a game children play at Halloween to playjokes (trick) or get sweets (treat).