jueves, 30 de enero de 2014

lunes, 13 de enero de 2014

Sport Topic para Tercero.


Happy New Year, volvemos con fuerzas y ganas de más English:


Una nueva Good morning song!

Ahora estamos hablando de SPORTS, aquí os dejo un par de vídeos:

Y una pegadiza canción para hablar de lo que hacemos ahora...
En esta web podrás practicar con juegos sobre sports
http://www.anglomaniacy.pl/sportTopic.htm

Enjoy English!

The Team

domingo, 12 de enero de 2014

ACTIONS (Present continuous)













What is it doing? It´s flying.

What is she doing? She´s jumping

What is she doing? She´s skipping.

Now it´s your turn. Look at the pictures and say:

She´s ___________

He´s ___________


martes, 7 de enero de 2014

ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION (PART 2)



SCIENCE. YEAR 2.

What do you know about fish, reptiles, amphibians and insects?





















1. Where do fish live?
- They live on land.
- They live in the water.
- Some fish live on land and some others live in the water.

2. How do fish breath?
- They breathe will their lungs.
- They breathe with their gills.
- Some fish breathe with their lungs and some others with their gills.

3. Are insects vertebrates or invertebrates?
- They are vertebrates
- They are invertebrates
- Some insects are vertebrates and some others are invertebrates.

4. How many legs do insects have?
- They´ve got 4 legs
- They´ve got 6 legs
- They´ve got 8 legs

5. How many body parts do insects have?
- They´ve got 2 body parts
- They´ve got 3 body parts
- They´ve got 4 body parts

6. Amphibians have got a smooth skin. They don´t have any scales. 
   Which of these animals are amphibians?
- Starfish and crabs are amphibians.
- Snakes and turtles are amphibians.
- Frogs and salamanders are amphibians.

7. Where do amphibians live?
- They live in the water.
- They live on land.
- Amphibians live on land and in the water.

8. Reptiles have got scales. Which of these animals are reptiles?
- Starfish and crabs are reptiles
- Snakes and turtles are reptiles.
- Frogs and salamanders are reptiles.

9. Are reptiles vertebrates?
- Yes, they are.
- No, they aren´t.
- Some reptiles are vertebrates, and some others aren´t.

10. Reptiles, amphibians, fish and insects are cold-blooded. What does it mean?
- Their body temperature is always warm.
- Their body temperature is always cold.  
- Their body temperature depends on the temperature outside.

11. Which of these animals have scales?
- Fish and snakes have scales.
- Ladybugs and butterflies have scales.
- Frogs and salamanders have scales.
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Answer keys:

1. Where do fish live?
- They live in the water.

2. How do fish breath?
- They breathe with their gills.









3. Are insects vertebrates or invertebrates?
- They are invertebrates

4. How many legs do insects have?
- They´ve got 6 legs









5. How many body parts do insects have?
- They´ve got 3 body parts










6. Amphibians have got a smooth skin. They don´t have any scales. 
   Which of these animals are amphibians?
- Frogs and salamanders are amphibians.











7. Where do amphibians live?
- Amphibians live on land and in the water.

8. Reptiles have got scales. Which of these animals are reptiles?
- Snakes and turtles are reptiles.












9. Are reptiles vertebrates?
- Yes, they are.



10. Reptiles, amphibians, fish and insects are cold-blooded. What does it mean?
- Their body temperature depends on the temperature outside.














11. Which of these animals have scales?
- Fish and snakes have got scales.










PLANT KINGDOM

Science. Year 2.  Fichas. PowerPoint The plant kingdom