Wednesday, November 30, 2011


The 5th grade students, have writen Christmas cards to 5th grade students too, from one school in Sonoma (California), home Chelsea town. Thanks a lot , Chelsea, for designe the activity. We are very exciting although Ms Ángela has been a little demanded with us. The christmas cards must be very beautiful to travel abroad .

Tuesday, November 29, 2011


A group of students from 6th grade take part in one important project called "My town" inside the platform of E-TWINNING. They are going to do a work with students from one school in the town of Elk, Poland. E- twinning is a prestigious platform where students and teachers from around the world, work colaborating in one especial project, with aims, order to get better the relations between abroad students and to improve English skills. I hope you'll enjoy and learn a lot about your partnerships.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Thanksgiving is coming up!

This is what I will be eating this week at our Thanksgiving celebration:

First, we set the table. You can see all the plates, glasses and silverware.
We carve the gigantic Turkey!

Stuffing is delicious. It's made with salt, pepper, breadcrumbs, and sausage
This is green bean casserole!
Mashed potatoes are my favorite. We add a little garlic and cream.

We eat the Turkey with cranberry sauce. I love cranberries, but I cannot find them in Spain.
Another sauce we put on the potatoes and the turkey is called gravy. It's thick and delicious.
Last but not least, we have pumpkin pie for dessert. YUM!!!

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. I cannot wait until Thursday!

Sunday, November 20, 2011


Hey 5th and 6th graders. This year, YOU get to choose the Christmas song you want to learn in English. We are going to post 3 popular Christmas songs and then you can vote for the song you liked the best on the blog! Don't forget to vote!


1) Mariah Carey - All I want for Christmas is You

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Making Ghosts for Halloween!

On Halloween, we worked on a very fun project with the 1st grade bilingual classes! We made lolly pop ghosts! It was very easy to do. Here are the materials we used, in case you would like to try it at home:


1 Lollipop

1 tissue

1 piece of ribbon or string

A pen to draw the eyes, nose, and mouth

To make the ghost, you first cover the lollipop with the tissue. Then, you tie the ribbon around the base of the lollipop. Now you have the body of the ghost! Next, you draw the eyes, the nose, and the mouth with a pen. Voila, you have your lollipop ghost. BOO!!! We had so much fun on Halloween, and we hope you did too.