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Children from Russia. Manuela Salinas López 15/01/2014

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Children from Russia. By Manuela Salinas López]

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Children from Brazil. Azahara Rodríguez

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children from Brazil. Azahara Rodriguez

 

11/01/2014

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Kids from France

Continent: Western Europe

Climate: Mild winters and cool summers in much of the nation; warmer winters and hot summers along the Mediterranean coast

School:

The school day typically runs from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with a two-hour lunch break. Schools close Wednesday and Sunday, and have a half-day on Saturday.

There are no uniforms in public schools; however, religious dress, such as headscarves for Muslim girls or yarmulkes for Jewish boys, is banned.

Play:

Escargot (snail), or la marelle ronde, is a traditional hopscotch game that uses a spiral shape and only one foot. Numerous traditional card games are also played.

Soccer, bicycling and tennis are favorite sports in France. In some areas, pelote, a traditional handball game, is popular.

Family:

Most French mothers work; the majority of preschool children attend state-run day cares known as crèches.

France has laws about naming children. Until 1993, all names had to be chosen from an official list. Today, public prosecutors can still reject a child’s name.

Signature foods:

Onion soup made with beef broth and topped with toast and cheese, then broiled until the cheese is melted and browned

Clafouti, a dessert made of fruit, such as cherries or peaches, topped with a rich cake batter and then baked

Interesting animals:

The garden dormouse, a forest-dwelling rodent, with a bushy tail, oversized ears, and dramatic black markings on its face

The Pyrenean desman, a furry, swimming, rat-sized mammal that uses its sensitive, tube-like snout to catch water insects

Unique holiday: Bastille Day, July 14, celebrates the end of the French monarchy during the French Revolution of 1879. Military parades and fireworks are a traditional part of this national holiday.

Did you know? There are more than 350 kinds of cheese in France. French cheese may be made of cow, sheep or goat milk, or a combination of these. The average French person eats about 50 pounds of cheese per year (compared with 31 pounds per American).

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I CERTAMEN DE POESIA CEIP LAS LOMAS. PREMIOS 18/07/2013

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PRIMER CERTAMEN DE POESÍA                                        C.E.I.P. LAS LOMAS        2012-2013

 

Primer Premio:   EDUARDO SORROCHE    6ºB

En el campo

Caminando por el campo

Yo una flor vi,

Y como me estaba mirando

Yo le sonreí.

 

Caminando por el campo

Yo vi una mariposa,

Se posó con sutileza

Encima de una rosa.

 

Cuando me fui del campo,

En mi cabeza alguien hablaba

Me di cuenta,

Era el campo que me llamaba.

PRIMER CERTAMEN DE POESÍA                                        C.E.I.P. LAS LOMAS        2012-2013

 

SEGUNDO PREMIO:   DESIREÉ GARCÍA MARTÍNEZ 5ºC

Mi Lola

 

El perfume de mi Lola

Me huele a amapolas.

¿Sabes que tu nombre me enamora?

Ay mi Lola,

Con tu preciosa carita

De margarita.

Lola, Lolita, Lola, tu nombre, una ola

Cargadita de caracolas.

Ay, te quiero tanto, mi Lola

Como una cocacola.

¡Lola!, haces que me levante

Y me coma un bogavante.

PRIMER CERTAMEN DE POESÍA                                        C.E.I.P. LAS LOMAS        2012-2013

Tercer Premio:   ANA Mª MOLDOVAN 5ºC

Los rayos de la luna

Cuando llueve,

Las ranas

Cantan alegres

En los ríos

De la mañana.

Salen los  caracoles

Y despacito se suben

Por los rayos de la luna. 

Cielo azul

Luna blanca

Y una estrella

Pasea en su barca.

Cantan los pájaros,

Baila el sol

Y las amapolas…

Nos dan su color

 

Bratz V.O. 23/04/2013

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Here you have a film in English.

Have fun! Geniuses

 

http://www.mitele.es/mitele-vo/bratz-v-o/season-1/episode-1/

 

27/03/2013

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Look at resources, you have pages about Easter.

 

16/03/2013

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http://thelandofenglish.blogspot.com.es/2011/04/game-irregular-verbs-in-past.html

 

 
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