Author: Marta Pírez

Sightseeing London with Sherlock

This term the students of Infant Education have continued to learn more about the English culture through our project: “Following Sherlock to England”. This time, we have travelled to London to visit its most remarkable sights, monuments and places. We have also had the opportunity to taste a bit of Britain by getting to know its most traditional dishes. We… Read more →

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

We have been celebrating The World Book Day this week in 5 years old classrooms throughout a beautiful story: The Very Hungry Caterpillar, by Eric Carle. The main goal of this week was to encourage children to explore the pleasures of reading by providing them with the opportunity to enjoy a story. Digging deep… Read more →

Let’s go outside!

There are so many fun activities we can do outside in winter! But we need to get ready for the cold weather and our 5 years old students have learned it. Let’s go outside, hurry up! Hurry up! Hurry, hurry up! Read more →

Christmas wishes from my heart.

  5 years old students are sending you all their warmest thoughts and best wishes for this wonderful time of the year. May all the sweet magic of Christmas conspire to gladden your heart and fill every desire. M E R R Y      C H R I S T M A S !!!          Read more →

Following Sherlock Holmes to England!

This past week, Sherlock Holmes has visited the youngest students in our school. He has helped us become detectives and investigate about his country: England.     Our main objective with this project is to bring the culture of English speaking countries closer to our kids. This project will take three weeks, one per term. It is going to be… Read more →

Literacy Rotations

  1st and 2nd graders have been working on reading and writing activities through Daily Five Proyect these last weeks. It is a methodology based on a system of five literacy tasks designed to fully engage children in reading and writing skills development: phonemic awareness, spelling, vocabulary, high frequency words, meaning content, story specifics, and initiation in the writing process,… Read more →

Describing yourself.

  5 years old students are sending a beautiful message to you all and to themselves… Be yourself everyday, be yourself in everyway. Who you are, is wonderful! Yor can be anything that you want to be!       Read more →

What are you wearing?

First Primary students asked each other questions about what clothes were they wearing. They practised the vocabulary of the unit and all of them took part and enjoyed the activity. It was so fun! Read more →

The Outer Space

Have you ever looked at the night sky and wondered, “what else is out there?”. Space exploration is a children natural curiosity. The Universe, the Earth, the Sun, the Moon, the planets… Children at 5 years old class are having the opportunity to satisfy their curiosity as they learn and explore about space travel, astronauts, planets, stars… If you want… Read more →

My City Project

  We have developed a project about the city in 5 years old class. But where to begin? We started having a long conversation about what they knew, places they used to go and connecting things they do over there with the city they live in and the city they would like to have. Gathering the students around a pile… Read more →

Early Humans Project

Can you imagine yourself travelling back in time? We have done it in 5 years old class and it has been terrorific! We have learned how they lived working on a super project about early humans and we can tell you everything we know about it now. Do you want to take a look?! Read more →

What do you want to be when you grow up?

We’ve been learning about jobs in 5 years old, Leopards’ class. Doctor, police officer, vet, firefighter, dentist, pilot, librarian… They identified jobs they already knew and jobs their family members have. They also learned some new and did role-play. And much more! A storyelling, a song, a self- portrait and very interesting conversations.                … Read more →

Animal Book Project

Animals are always exciting for children. This time, after finishing the unit in First Grade we decided to carry on with a fun project to expand our vocabulary and develop a thinking skill: sequencing a story based on what animal can do. There we go with the Animal Foldable Book! Read more →