Social Science works. Part 4

Héctor worked on FRANCE

Naroa has chosen POLAND

Daniel talked about COLOMBIA

Anker is an expert on SWEDEN

Isabella's projects deals with FRANCE

Alberto did a research on AUSTRALIA


Social Science Works. Part 3

6 more great projects...!

Ema's project deals with SWITZERLAND!

Alicia is an expert on ITALY!

Fernando did a research on ESTONIA!

Adriana worked on AUSTRIA!

Maria was interested in ITALY!

MªPaz talked about MEXICO!

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Social Science Works. Part 2

More projects...

David decided to investigate about UNITED KINGDOM

Miguel Mendoza worked on COSTA RICA

Valentín is an expert on URUGUAY

Javier did a research on ARGENTINA

Amaya talked about CANADA

Carlos is an expert on JAPAN



Social Science Works. Part I

Congratulations to all for the excellent result!
We have learnt a lot about many many many countries! Thanks!
*Click on the images to see them bigger.

Camilo is an expert on CHINA!

Guzmán did a research on FRANCE!

Leo worked on ITALY!

Gael talked about GERMANY!

Alex is an expert on GREECE!

Miguel Soriano's project deals with RUSSIA!


20 things we should say more often!

Kid President believes the things we say can help make the world more awesome. Here he shares a special list of 20 things we should say more often. What would you add to it?


Super skeleton!

Do you know...

  • What is the main function of the skeleton?
  • Are bones hard or soft?
  • What is the biggest and longest bone?
  • Where is the smallest bone?
  • How many bones do we have?
Try to answer to these questions by watching this interesting video:



A verb is the main part of a sentece. It is an action or a state of being. For example:

  • My mum runs a lot. 
  • He cooks soup every Monday.
  • My friends don't like karate.
  • His sister doesn't go to the trip.
  • He is tall and strong.

Watch this video to learn more verbs:


Examples Science Project

Good afternoon,
Here you have the samples that we have already seen at class. Don't forget that I will take into account your personal ideas and creativity!

If you have any doubt, ask me at any moment!
I hope that you enjoy this project work!


Bones and muscles

Hi dear students,
In Science we have started to learn about our body, specially we are working with our bones and muscles.
Here you have a video to watch at home. Next day I will ask some questions to you!
As the video is a bit long, I summarize the most important ideas:

  • Bones are hard and they are made of calcium.
  • All bones are connected by joints to form the skeleton.
  • The femur is the largest bone.
  • Muscles are soft and they expand and contract moving our body.
  • The smallest muscle is inside our ear.
  • Your bones and muscles will grow in good condition if you: eat heatlhy, do exercise and maintain a correct posture.



Adjectives are the words that we use to describe a noun.
They always go before the noun. For instance:
-A small house
-A purple pencil
-A tall girl

Listen to these Adjective Songs:



  In Social and Civic Values we are working on the biography of Malala:

Who is Malala? She is a school girl who became well-known around the world at a very young age. In fact, she has won the Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 17.

Where was she born? She was born in Pakistan in 1997.

Why is she a significant person? She is known for her education and women's rights activism where the Taliban had at times banned girls from attending school.

Watch this video to know more about Malala:



Nouns are words than name people, places, things or ideas.

We distinguish between common nouns and proper nouns.

A Proper noun makes reference to particular place, person or object and they are always written with Capital Letter.

We write with Capital Letter:

  1. Names of persons/animals: Sarah, Floopy
  2. Cities and Countries: Alicante, Spain
  3. Days of the week and months of the year: Tuesday, November
  4. Languages and nationalities: English, Japanese
  5. Names of streets: Av. Paises Escandinavos.
There are others but for the moment work with these ones.

Enjoy these videos:

That's a noun. Song

Nouns: Common and Proper

Common and Proper Nouns. 



The Respiratory and Circulatory Systems

 These two systems move oxygen through our bodies. This is part of nutrition.

         How does it work the RESPIRATORY SYSTEM?

and the CIRCULATORY SYSTEM? Explore the heart...


Maths. Problem solving

     Next Friday we have a Maths' test. There will be an activity about word problems. 

Do not forget the strategies and the key words, but remember that in 2n Grade, it exisists the possibility of working with problems without key words. 

You should read as many times as you need and understand what you are reading.




The Digestive System

Our DIGESTIVE SYSTEM allows us to get nutrients from food.

Parts of the digestive system:

How does it work? Video explanation:


Shark numbers!

A game to practice tens and units! Click on the link provided:

Copy and paste this link in your browser:


Life processes

   In Science , our first topic deals with Nutrition and Reproduction. We will learn how our body works, especially the digestive, the respiratory, the circulatory, the excretory and the reproductive systems.

As an introduction to the unit, I provide you this pic. Please, have a look. We will talk about it this week at class.


Double Vowel Sounds

To review some alternatives:
  • ai, ay, a-e
  • ee, ea
  • oa, oe
  • ui

Enjoy this song to learn the rule! "When 2 vowels go walking, the first one does the talking!"


A box of crayons...

This is the poster we have been preparing for our school's corridor these first days! It looks nice, isn't it?

Don't forget..."We are a box of crayons, each of us is unique, but when we get together, the picture is complete"


Reading e-books

Dear families,
I strongly recommend you a great resource to read in English at home in a more motivating way:           by reading e-books!

1- Visit the web page: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/
2-Click on "My Class login"
3-Write the info:
     My class name: CostaBlanca2
     My class password: CostaBlanca2

You will find an amount of e-books classified by age, level, topic... Some of the books have got audio.

I encourage you to read one every week! ENJOY!


Counting by 5 and 10

       Joins the dots by counting in fives and tens.     If you do it you will see the underwater scene and a racing car track.