Sunday, 10 December 2017


Let's start with  some carols singed by
Taylor Swift and White Christmas

Bruce Springsteen and Santa Claus is coming to town

And now you can play , learn, listen .... a lot of things about Christmas in this link

Sunday, 22 October 2017


Let's learn some facts about Hallowweeen in the UK and the USA.
You only have to read an article and answer the on line questions

Now it's time to play some games

Wednesday, 6 September 2017


I'm going back. 
You're going back.
 We're going back, back to school. 
Let's start having fun and dancing a bit with this song.

Now it's time to remember some rules in the classroom and then we can establish our English classroom rules.

Saturday, 29 April 2017


School vegetable gardens are a great way for children to learn about where their food comes from and to get them excited about eating fresh vegetables. 
It is also a chance to learn outdoors!

Urban Seedling  help our school plan, build, plant, and maintain a school vegetable garden. 
We involve students  in our planting workshops. 
 A vegetable garden is a great way to build ties between children, between parents and teachers, and within the community.

Benefits of School Vegetable Gardens

Teaching Tools:
  • Increase knowledge of nature and plant growth
  • Positive social interactions around the garden
  • Promotion of healthy development
  • Increasing consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables
  • New producer-consumer relationships
  • The role of agriculture in the children’s lives (food chain)
  • Cultural and personal integration
  • Reduction of behavioral problems
Possible activities:
  • Seedlings and germination of seeds
  • Transplanting, calendar and seasons
  • Planning the garden
  • Planting
  • Composting
  • The web of biodiversity
  • Magic potions and homemade gardening solutions
  • Herb box in the classroom
  • Identification and observation of leaves
  • Art work, mural, mosaic, poster, scarecrow, “land art”
  • Parts of the plant
  • Seedlings that look alike: plant families
  • Diversity of shapes and colours
  • Origin of seeds (heirloom variety histories – crops from first nations and other countries – maps and geography)
  • Traditional foods and dishes throughout the seasons

Let's start watching a cute little  story about Sid, a seed, who lives underground...written and illustrated by Daniel R. Pagan

Now it's time to learn a planting song 

 we can learn in English the part of a plant with this rap

Friday, 31 March 2017


Let's start watching a video explaining where the bunnies hide their chocolate eggs

These are some ideas to work in the classroom

Some information about Easter

And some games and activities

Tuesday, 21 March 2017


St Patrick’s Day is a global celebration of Irish culture on or around March 17. It particularly remembers St Patrick, one of Ireland’s patron saints, who ministered Christianity in Ireland during the fifth century. 
St Patrick’s Day is celebrated in many parts of the world, especially by Irish communities and organizations. Many people wear an item of green clothing on the day. Parties featuring Irish food and drinks that are dyed in green food color are part of this celebration. It is a time when children can indulge in sweets and adults can enjoy a “pint” of beer at a local pub.


The most common St Patrick's Day symbol is the shamrock. The shamrock is the leaf of the clover

Let's listen to a song about the Leprechaun

and play some games if you click on the picture

Tuesday, 21 February 2017


Let's celebrate on the 28th February, a very famous party in the UK and USA