Author Archives: Lucía BC

Thank You for Thanksgiving

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What is Thanksgiving?

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Let’s play!

Which one is right, and which one is wrong! Sing and follow along!

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A Beautiful, Beautiful World

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We are the planets

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Pete the Cat

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How to remember left and right

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Left & Right!

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BOOK FAIR 2017

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The Stone Age (5 years old)

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Warm & Cool Colors

 

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EDpuzzle

New videos available for 3rd and 4th grade students! https://edpuzzle.com/ The Solar System (3rd Grade) Structure of the Earth (4th grade)

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Move your body!

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Dalí on the “Fly”

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The thieves of history: Salvador Dalí

Salvador began drawing and painting while he was still young. He painted outdoor scenes such as sailboats and houses. He also painted portraits. Even as a teenager he experimented with modern painting styles such as Impressionism. When he turned seventeen … Continue reading

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Exploring fossils

Click on the Picture and become an archaeologist!  

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Learn Roman Numerals

How well do you know Roman numerals? The ancient Romans had an elegant yet difficult way to count. Do you know how to read Roman numerals? Take this quiz to find out!

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10 facts about the Ancient Romans

Rome was founded in 753BC by its first king, Romulus. By AD 117 the Roman Empire included the whole of Italy, all the lands around the Mediterranean and much of Europe, including England, Wales and parts of Scotland. Roman legend … Continue reading

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Once upon a time…the Roman Empire

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Continents and Oceans

Let’s play and learn about the world! Click on the picture to play.

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John Barnes Linnett

John Barnes Linnett was a lithograph printer based in Birmingham, England. Although the French Pierre-Hubert Desvignes is generally credited with being the inventor of the flip book, Linnett was the first to patent the invention, in 1868, under the name of kineograph.  Are you ready to make your own flip book? Here … Continue reading

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Breaking news!

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EDpuzzle ¿cómo funciona?

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The thieves of history

Los alumnos de 4º de primaria ya se han puesto manos a la obra para ayudar a restaurar las obras de arte que fueron robadas y destrozadas a lo largo del curso pasado. Ayudándose de la máquina del tiempo que … Continue reading

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Welcome back!

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Move it!

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Shakespeare Winners: Congratulations!

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SPELLING BEE 2017: We’re waiting for you

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SPELLING BEE 2017

La GRAN FINAL de la tercera edición del certamen SPELLING BEE se va acercarndo. Sólo quedan 4 días. A lo largo de estas semanas todos hemos ido partipando en las diferentes eliminatorias de las que saldrían los dos representantes que … Continue reading

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Medieval Times

Ya nos encontramos en la recta final del proyecto CLUE: THE TIME MACHINE MYSTERY. Os aconsejo ver este vídeo para entender mejor cómo eran los castillos y cómo vivían en esa época, seguro que muchas de las cosas que aparecen … Continue reading

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Easter eggs everywhere!

Aquí tenéis un enlace a un juego en el que podréis decorar vuestro propio huevo de pascua. Por cierto, ¿alguien sabe de donde viene esta tradición de buscar huevos?

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Construct-a-Saurus

Todos sabemos que los dinosaurios se extinguieron hace unos cuantos millones de años, sin embargo, conforme pasan los años sabemos más de ellos…¿Y si construimos nuestro propio dinosaurio? Aquí tenéis el enlace al juego en el que crearéis vuestro dinosaurio.

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It’s a kind of magic… Augmented Reality

Estos días estamos descubriendo una APP que hace magia…transforma nuestros dibujos en dibujos animados en 4D que se mueven. ¿Cómo es posible? Gracias a una aplicación y página web (www.quivervision.com). La web facilita diferentes láminas que, haciendo uso de un … Continue reading

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Saint Valerius: Super Chefs

¡Ya llega!¡Ya está aquí! La apasionante final de Marist Chef en 3º de Educación Primaria está a punto de celebrarse, y va a tener lugar en nuestro colegio a lo largo de la próxima semana. La gran final consistirá en … Continue reading

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200 Christmas and + together!

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