quarta-feira, 23 de setembro de 2015

Brown Bear, Brown Bear!!

Hello Kids!!!
Look!!!!! The book we read today: 


Watch the video and have fun!!!!

Can you ????

Hey guys,
Can you play the guitar?
Can you swim?
Can you FLY??????

And this little blue bird in the video, can it fly?
Watch the video and write what each animal can do.

quarta-feira, 9 de setembro de 2015

Hot or Cold Weather?

Hey guys!
Watch this video, it's all about clothes we wear in cold temperatures!

Can you make a list of clothes we wear in HOT Weather?

Speaking Test

Hello guys.
Watch this video and be prepared for the test!!!!

Here are some tips for you:

 Cambridge English: Starters Speaking

Part 1
In this part, children taking the test point to the correct part of the picture. Penelope points to the man
and the trees. She takes some time to find the trees, and the examiner gives her time and then asks he
question again,‘Where are the trees?’. It’s good to take your time in the test, like Penelope.
Part 2
In this part, children put three small picture cards on the large picture. Penelope shows she understands the picture cards ‘flower’, ‘dress’ and ‘radio’ and can put them on the big picture in the right place.
Part 3
In this part, children answer questions about the picture, using only one or two words. Penelope shows she knows ‘duck’ and the colours ‘brown’ and ‘yellow’. She can also say that the dog is ‘swimming’. This is very good. Don’t worry if you don’t know a word. The examiner will help you.
Part 4
In this part, children answer questions about three of the small picture cards. First, Penelope answers
questions about chips (‘Do you like chips?’ and ‘What do you eat for lunch?’).She answers very well.
Then she answers questions about buses. She says ‘car’ for ‘bus’, but answers in a good way when the examiner says ‘Is it a bus?’. She can’t answer the question ‘What colour are the buses in Luxembourg?’ because she doesn’t know, but this is not a problem, as she answers the question ‘What colour is this bus?’ correctly (‘Green’). The examiner asks about ‘Luxembourg’ because she knows Penelope lives in Luxembourg.
Part 5
In this part, children answer three questions about themselves. Penelope takes more time to think in this part, and the examiner gives her time to think, then repeats the question, ‘How old are you?’. She
then says ‘Are you nine?’ so Penelope can answer the question. This is not a problem at all. Penelope does not answer the second question correctly the first time: ‘Who do you play with at school?’ (she says ‘Tennis’), but she answers it correctly the second time, when the examiner says ’Do you play with your friends?’ (‘Yes’). This is also not a problem at all, as Penelope answers very well in all the other parts ofthe test. 

Say ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’ to the examiner at the beginning and the end of the test. Don’t worry if you don’t understand something. Just say, ‘Sorry, I don’t understand’. The examiner will ask the question again or tell you the answer. Be ready to answer everyday questions about yourself for Parts 4 and 5 like ‘How old are you?’,‘Is your house big or small?’, ‘What’s your favourite colour?’

Have fun and enjoy the test!

I Love my Clothes!!!

Hello Cambridge Students!!!!
How many t-shirts have you got? And shoes, how many pairs have you got?
Watch this video to learn more "clothes words" and answer:


For example: 
"I love red t-shirt and jeans, black boots and black jacket. And a black and white bag!"

What a mess!!!

Hello guys, can you say this chant really fast?
Let's try!????

quinta-feira, 3 de setembro de 2015

What a Wonderful World!!!

Hello guys, let's practice singing this beautiful song. 

Here are the lyrics, so we can sing together:

What A Wonderful World
I see trees of green, red roses too
I see them bloom for me and you
And I think to myself what a wonderful world.

I see skies of blue and clouds of white
The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night
And I think to myself what a wonderful world.

The colors of the rainbow so pretty in the sky
Are also on the faces of people going by
I see friends shaking hands saying how do you do
But they're really saying I love you.

I hear baby's cry, and I watched them grow
They'll learn much more than I'll ever know 
And I think to myself what a wonderful world.
Yes, I think to myself what a wonderful world.

And here is the version we're going to sing at our "Show de Talentos" in November: