viernes, 10 de enero de 2020

Lapbook: Felipe II

The lapbook about Felipe II has been created by Celina, Didac, Pablo, Rekia and Óscar.

Lapbook: Miguel de Cervantes

Mario, Raúl, Fabiola and Glarence have been working on a lapbook about Miguel de Cervantes. Here you can see some photographs:

Lapbook: Cristóbal Colón

Víctor, Nicolle, Celina and Alicia have created this wonderful lapbook about Christopher Columbus.

miércoles, 27 de noviembre de 2019

Valores: nuestros derechos

Aquí tenéis el vídeo que habéis preparado en la clase de valores sobre los derechos de los niños y las niñas.

Muchas gracias a Josefina por el montaje, ¡ha quedado genial!

Teatro de sombras

Como hemos hablado en valores, vamos a preparar un teatro con sombras para el Festival de Navidad. En los vídeos que os voy a poner a continuación tenéis muchos ejemplos. Algunos son demasiado complicados y otros puede ser que no os gusten demasiado. Por eso, tenéis que ser vosotros los que penséis en cómo adaptar las diferentes ideas a nuestro Festival.

Espero que los vídeos os sirvan como inspiración.


Aquí tenéis algunas fotos de nuestra visita al Museo Arqueológico Nacional. ¿Qué parte del museo os ha gustado más? Y, ¿cuál ha sido vuestra época histórica favorita?


jueves, 7 de noviembre de 2019

English. Review unit 2.

Hello everyone!

We've just finished unit 2 and our test will be on Monday. The most difficult part of the unit is the grammar: zero and first conditional. For that reason, I've looked for some resources that may help you.

The first thing I've found is a webpage where you can find a brief explanation and some examples. Click in the following links:

In the following video, you can see a lot of examples of zero conditional, And you can do this exercice if you want to practice: CLICK HERE!

This video includes examples of first conditional sentences. In the following link, you can play a game which consists in ordering the words to form sentences using the first conditional: FIRST CONDITIONAL GAME.

I hope you find this information useful! Bye bye!


miércoles, 16 de octubre de 2019

Review: Visigoths and Al-Ándalus

This morning we have been reviewing the first part of unit 1. To do so, we worked in groups and we created questions about Ages of History, Visigoths and Al-Ándalus.

As you know, we are going to use your questions to create a trivial and play the game in groups, so you should know the answers to all of them! Next to the photographs, you can read some of the questions so you can memorize them.

What is the difference between a city wall and an alcazaba?
An alcazaba is a fort for protection inside the city wall.

What are the main things inside Al-Ándalus legacy?
Architecture, maths, scholars and agriculture.

What is the capital of the Visigoths?
The capital of the Visigoths is Toledo.

When did the Visigothic kingdom exist?
The Visigothic kingdom existed from AD 456 until AD 711.

When did the Christian conquest of Granada happen?

In 1492.

When did the caliphate of Córdoba start?

The caliphate of Córdoba started in 929.

When did the battle of Guadalete happen?
The battle of Guadalete started in 711.

Is the zoco part of an Al-Ándalus city?
Yes, it is.

Which year did Al-Ándalus become independent?
Al-Ándalus became independent in 929.

When did Romans rule?
Romans ruled in the Ancient History.

When did the Middle Ages finish?
In 1492.

When did Visigoths rule?
Visigoths ruled in the Middle Ages.

When did Colombus arrive in America?
Colombus arrived in America in 1492.

Which event marked the end of Ancient History in Western Europe?
The fall of the Western Roman Empire.

What is the medina?
The medina is the place where craftspeople lived in the Al-Ándalus cities.

What is the city wall used for?
The city wall is used for protection.

When was the Tesoro de Guarrazar made?
In the 6th Century.

When were the Taifa kingdoms formed?
In 1031 a. C.

What thing was built before: the mosques or the aqueduct of Segovia?
The aqueduct of Segovia.

When did the Visigothic kingdom start and finish?
It started in 476 a.C, with the fall of the Western Roman Empire, and finished in 711 a.C, in the Battle of Guadalete.

If you want to add any question to the trivial, remember that you can write them in the commentaries section. Hope you like the post!


martes, 15 de octubre de 2019


In Social Science we are studying the Middle Ages in the Iberian Peninsula. As you know, Muslims started ruling in 711 AD, after the battle of......... you should know it! If you don't know the name of this battle, you can watch the following video and review the schemes in your notebook:

Muslim's architecture is part of their legacy in our country. One of the best Islamic buildings in Spain is the Mosque of Córdoba. If you click on the following link, you can travel to this city in Andalucía and see the horseshoe arches that Muslims constructed in the 8th Century.
La mezquita de Córdoba

I hope you liked the tour and find it useful. Remember that you can write any question you may have in the commentaries. If you don't have a Google account, you have to choose the option: 'anónimo', but don't forget to write your name at the end of your post!