31 Dec 2012

Have a good 2013

Thank you to all my students, friends and followers.
I appreciate your support, comments and shares this past 12 months.
I wish you the best and hope all your dreams come true!

Look at these clever frogs how they solved the New Year

27 Dec 2012

Christmas holidays!

Hi you all!
 Click on the human tree and you will find lots of activities to have fun with English: carols, music, games, activities for colouring and decorating, stories, vocabulary and others.
They are related to Christmas!
Oups...the password is "holly"

26 Dec 2012

Anywhere at anytime

Adults, families, you all
here you have a new way to practice a second language! 
You can download it to your smartphone at
 http://ow.ly/bl0RZ  or  App Store: http://ow.ly/bl0SM

24 Dec 2012

Christmas poems

Christmas is the time to enjoy with family and friends. 
We get together and listen to great Christmas music, sing carols and read Christmas poems. Those poems have been part of Christmas celebration for years together.
Students from 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade have learnt one.
If you want to read them, click on the different levels.

1st grade
2nd grade
3rd grade
4th grade

are you ready to say your poem tonight and tomorrow?
We celebrate Christmas Eve today and Christmas Day, tomorrow!

22 Dec 2012

Sharing Hugs, 10Q!

This is a lovely video from Sharing Hugs.
Santa Bear and Robin bring you Christmas greetings on a snowy moonlit night!

19 Dec 2012

Advent Calendar II

This is a lovely Advent Calendar for very young learners and for adults as me.
Click on the wreath and go to the BBC web. It's wondeful!

18 Dec 2012

Carol Christmas for 3rd grade!

Hi 3rd graders! Here you have your carol and your poem for these days!

16 Dec 2012

Joanot with TV3 Marathon !

Hi you all! 
Some of you have visited Tauli Park this morning. 
TV3 Marathon has moved lots of people there. 
We could make kites, paper planes but mainly paper butterflies or makeup. 
Here you have some of the pictures I could take.

13 Dec 2012

Ordinal Numbers

4th graders are learning "12 days of Christmas".
If you want to watch it, go to 4th grade page on your left.
This Carol Christmas uses ordinal numbers.
They tell us where an object or person is placed. 
If you pay attention to this video, you will understand them better. 

11 Dec 2012


These are the first vokis! Come on, I'm waiting for the others! Congratulations !

8 Dec 2012

Get a Voki!

3rd graders have written their own descriptions. They have learnt them by heart and now, if they want, they can create a voki. 
Click on play and listen to this cute reindeer! 
It's my helper!

7 Dec 2012

Christmas Carol for 2nd graders

Hi children! How are you? Do you want to watch a lovely song about Santa?
Here you have this cute video from Super Simple Songs, one of my favourite webs.
Next week, 2nd grade children and me will enjoy with this Christmas carol!

6 Dec 2012

The monster book

Click on the monster book and learn qualities with this listening!

5 Dec 2012

Countdown to Christmas!

How many days to Christmas?
Here you have another fantastic song from Super Simple Songs! 
 It's the perfect active song to review numbers from 1 to 20

Daily Routines

4 Dec 2012


Here you have a lovely song for kindergarten and very young learners.
If you pay attention you will listen to some parts of the body. 
Can you point to them?
This adorable video is from Super Simple Songs.

3 Dec 2012

Advent Calendar

Click on the garland and look at the Pearson's Advent Calendar! 
There's a special box to open up every day with a little Christmas surprises for you!

29 Nov 2012

Horses for 1st graders

 1st graders are learning in English the actions that horses do and also new vocabulary. They are working hard and they have brought some horse toys to the classroom. 
Today we have 4 different ones from playmobil. 
Which of these horses would you choose for a ride: one, two, three or four?

6:00 p.m.
1st graders have voted today and number 1 has been the winner!

28 Nov 2012

What's he/she wearing?

Hi 4thgraders! It's time to check grammar. 
Let's learn how to describe what someone else is wearing
We will practice "What's he/she wearing?"


Hi 3rd graders! 
It's time to check some cloth vocabulary!
Let's watch these colourful videos and try to remember the new words!

Clothing is fiber and textile material worn on the body

Now, let's make sentences ! 

27 Nov 2012

Pirates Acrostic

Hi everybody! 
As you know, second graders are working on pirates!
After working some vocabulary and a song related with that topic,  they have been able to say a funny poem.
Do you want to read it? Here you have:

Pirate ship and a parrot
In an island with a
Red compass
Arr! an adventure!
Treasure map,
Enemies everywhere:
Sharks, skulls and skeletons!

26 Nov 2012

Family Members

This is an activity that will help students develop the vocabulary related to "family". 
Click on the picture below and listen to the family vocabulary.

23 Nov 2012

Happy Weekend

Be the smile that lights up the room! 
Enjoy your weekend !

22 Nov 2012

Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is here! 
I want to take a moment to thank all of your support, whether it’s helping children, following this English blog, doing the activities on line or giving your support. It means so much for this English teacher!
Although this tradition is not a catalan one, I wish all of you a very happy Thanksgiving!
Whoops! I forgot it! If you click on the picture below you will find an activity for working phonetics!

By the way, let's find out about this special day!

Each year, Americans celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday on the fourth Thursday of November. Most families follow traditions begun on the first Thanksgiving, but many have their own traditions that they follow each year. Martha Pace, the American teacher we had last school year, told us that this Day is a little bit more important than Christmas Day!
The tradition is to spend time with family. They meet together and prepare traditional meals for this celebration: turkey, sweet potatoes, cornbread among others. And many people serve a special pie for dessert...So...

Gobble, gobble! This sweet "turkey" is the perfect finish to a Thanksgiving meal.

After the feast families often do additional activities. Some like to take walks after eating such a large meal. Some people take naps. Others sit down together to play board or card games together. 
If you want to learn more about the first Thanksgiving, click here

19 Nov 2012

The Pied Piper

Next Friday, November 23rd, you can have fun  listening to a story in Esteve PaluZie's Library, in Barberà del Vallès

Jenny Beacraft will tell you The Pied Piper Story at 6 o'clock in Salvador Allende's Room.

18 Nov 2012

Walk, Trot, Run, Gallop

                             First graders are working on horses. 
Group A's name is "Black horses" and Group B's name is "White horses". 
In the english lessons, we are learning the actions that horses do and also new vocabulary about them.
Besides that, we have discovered fun facts about them:
. They can sleep both lying down and standing up.
. Their lifespan is around 25 years.
. They have around 205 bones in their skeleton.

Here you have this funny song from "kids songs" by Patty Shukla

17 Nov 2012

Vicking project

 2nd graders are working on vickings
They have learnt that several thousand years ago, some regions of Norway and Sweden were inhabitated by the Vikings. Most of men were good as leather workers and boat builders. Women baked bread and worked on turning sheep's wool into cloth. They made family's clothes, cooked and looked after children. 
Vickings had fun swimming, wrestling and riding horses.
If you want to learn more information about them, click on the vicking's ship.


By the way, let me introduce you to a famous one: Vickie, the vicking.
When I was a child, I really loved watching Vickie! I enjoyed a lot with his adventures.
 Vickie was very intelligent and had amazing ideas. He rubbed his nose and then clicked his fingers when he had got the answer to a problem.    
Watch this short trailer and wait for next English lesson...we'll work on vickie, the vicking profile! 

14 Nov 2012

40 days until Christmas!

Hi you all! 
We have 40 days to work hard until Christmas. 
This time you have to read and calculate the time the activity ask to you. 
Click on the clock, read, calculate and have fun! 

10 Nov 2012

A classic picture book

 1st and kindergarten families!
Your children will love the story that Bill Martin wrote  and Eric Carle drew some time ago
You can listen to it while you're watching the animals in the story. 
The rhythmic tone of this wonderful story is fantastic for working phonetics.
I hope you enjoy this activity!
 Share your children's learnings!