17/5/19

Being safe...on the road

In Social Science we are working and learning about road safety. I want to remind you these 4 vital concepts to keep in mind:

1- TRAFFIC LIGHTS
They ensure that means of transports and pedestrians move as safely as possible.

2- ZEBRA CROSSING
 It is useful to cross the roads safely. They look like the stripes of a zebra animal.

3- SEATBELT
It is a device designed to avoid pain in case of having an accident.
You should wear it always as shown in the following photo:

4- HELMET
It protects our head when riding a bike.

Are you a good citizen? Do you keep safe on the road? Do you use these 4 tools?
We will talk about it next day at Science class!

10/5/19

New..in Maths!

This term we are learning about counting totals using TALLY MARKS and BAR GRAPHS:

Tally Marks: are a counting quickly by groups of 5



Bar Graphs: is a graphical display which shows information.  


Look at the bar graph and answer:

  1. How many people prefer grapes?
  2. Which is the most popular fruit?
  3. How many people prefer oranges and bananas altogether?
  4. How many more prefere blue berry than apple?

29/4/19

Great words

We have learnt some nice words which are super important when we speak or write. It is good to use them in our expressions.

They are: SO, BUT, BECAUSE, WHILE, OR, AND.

Here you have some videos about their use. Have a look, please.


15/4/19

EASTER VIDEOS

Hello children! We are in our last days before the Easter break. Here you have some videos to enjoy:

 EASTER FACTS

The Berenstain Bears and The Easter Story 



The Tale of Peter Rabbit

HAPPY EASTER. 
See you the next 29th April

5/4/19

How are materials?

Resultado de imagen de matter and materials

Rembember:
Materials can be:

RIGID or FLEXIBLE
SOFT or HARD
TRANSPARENT or OPAQUE

and also...
WATERPROOF
MAGNETIC

2/4/19

Working Sectors

We all agree that all jobs are equally important: carpenters, doctors, miners, teachers, architects, bus drivers, crop farmers... Each profession helps us to have a better life.

Depending on what they do, we organise them into THREE SECTORS:

-Primary sector: here, workers obtain raw materials. For instance a fisherman.

-Secondary sector: workers transform raw materials into products. For example: industrial workers.

-Tertiary sector: provides us with a service. For instance, a shop assistant.

Could you make a list of jobs in each of the sectors? Try it and show me at class.

To finish, watch this video:

28/3/19

Pete'S cat, Harry'S folder, Jane'S bowl

As we have learnt in class, we use 's after a person to express that he/she/it is the owner of something.

When you write or speak it is much better to say: This is my dad's car than this is the car of my dad.

Remember that in names finished by s, we only add the '. For instance: Carlos' schoolbag.

Watch this video