A new year is coming! Just 4 days to start 2011! This is a good moment to have a look at what we have done during this year and at what we want to do in the new one. Many people write a list of resolutions, things they want to change or improve in their lives, and keep it close to them to remember it. So why don´t we make our own list? Have a look at this slide show with the Top 10 New Year´s Resolutions to find inspiration...
Monday, 27 December 2010
Saturday, 25 December 2010
Monday, 20 December 2010
What is Christmas? What does Christmas mean to you? Is this your favourite time of the year? What do you like more about Christmas? Please, send comments with your opinion. To inspire you, listen carefully to this lovely song by Stevie Wonder: "What Christmas means to me".
Monday, 13 December 2010
Sunday, 12 December 2010
Thursday, 9 December 2010
Quess what? Our blog has been including in a list of the "TOP 100 CLASSROOM BLOGS", in concrete within the category "Elementary - Primary International". This list contains blogs from all over the world, and all of them are really interesting. The list was made by Alexis Brett from Canada, who tried to make a sort of "resource guide" for other teachers to get inspired to start their own classroom blogs too. And the result is fantastic! Thank you for sharing, Alexis! And for taking us into account! You have made a wonderful job.
You can visit this page and click on the different blogs. It´s worth it!
Wednesday, 1 December 2010
Yes! Today is the 1st of December. That means that it´s time to open the windows of the advent calendar one more year and see the surprises behind each one. Remember that an advent calendar is a special calendar to count the days until Christmas Day. Click on the image on the left and you will see the advent calendar of Woodlands Junior School (Kent - England). Click on a window each day and you will know how Christmas is celebrated around the world. But remember: you can´t open the windows until the proper day. So... don´t cheat!