We are celebrating the International Day of the Families and we want to show you, as a family, our gratitude for the effort you make everyday with your children.
This day is special and it provides an opportunity to promote the value of every type of family . 😊😊
We were also improving creativity and teamwork between our students .
Hope you like and enjoy this day 🙂
Today we have learned about the different properties of materials.
Materials can be:
– Rough or smooth
– Hard or soft
– Transparent or opaque
– Waterproof or absorbent
– Rigid or flexible:
Here you have a song with the action verbs that we have learned in class related to animals ( fly￼, swim￼￼, walk ￼￼and slither ￼￼). There are other action verbs that we already know: clap our hands ￼￼, stamp our feet￼￼, walk ￼￼or jump￼￼.
The vertebrates can be divided into five groups:
1) Mammals: they have fur. Example: lion.
2) Birds: they have wings and a beak. Example: parrot.
3) Amphibians: they have moist skin. Example: salamander.
4) Reptiles: they have scales and tail. Example: snake.
5) Fishes: they have gills and fins. Example: Nemo!￼￼
In this unit, we are learning about :
– Natural materials, which are made from living things (animals and plants) or from the ground ( rocks and minerals).
Examples: wool, cotton, oil, petroleum or sand
– Manufactured or man-made materials, which are made from people and came from natural materials, that are transformed through chemical processes.
They can be: plastic, glass, fabric, paper or metal.
Here there is a PPP that you could use to study and that belongs to the blog :