miércoles, 30 de noviembre de 2016

domingo, 27 de noviembre de 2016

Super Simple Learning Songs

Como cada año, pronto llegaremos al final del trimeste y con ello se acercan las merecidas y ansiadas vacaciones de navidad. A continuación os dejo mis canciones favoritas de una de mis preferidas páginas para aprender inglés cantando http://supersimplelearning.com.
En esta ocasión el tema es Christmas y algunos de ellos las aprenderemos en clase proximamente. Espero las disfruteis tanto como yo.
HELLO REINDEER!

♫ Hello, reindeer. [Wave hello. Reindeer gesture.]
Hello, snowman. [Wave hello. Snowman gesture.]
Hello, Santa. [Wave hello. Santa gesture.]
Happy holidays. [Happy holidays gesture.]
1 2 3, 4 5 6, 7 8 9 10. [Use both hands to count to 10.]
Merry Christmas, everyone. [Christmas gesture.]
Let's sing it once again. [Pretend to sing into a microphone.]
Hello, reindeer.
Hello, snowman.
Hello, Santa.
Happy holidays.
Happy holidays. ♫

JINGLE BELLS



♫ Dashing through the snow, [Snow gesture.]
in a one-horse open sleigh. [Sleigh gesture.]
O'er the fields we go, [Move your flat right hand over your flat left hand.]
laughing all the way. [Pretend to laugh.]
Bells on bobtails ring, [Jingle bell gesture.]
making spirits bright. [Starting with your closed hands in front of your chest, open your hands up and outwards.]
What fun it is to ride and sing [Clap your hands and sing with a big smile.]
a sleighing song tonight. [Sleigh gesture.]
Oh! Jingle bells, jingle bells, [Jingle bell gesture with one hand, then with your other hand.]
jingle all the way. [Jingle bell gesture with both hands.]
Oh what fun it is to ride [Clap your hands and sing with a big smile.]
in a one-horse open sleigh. [Sleigh gesture.]
Hey! Jingle bells, jingle bells,
jingle all the way.
Oh what fun it is to ride
in a one-horse open sleigh.
Okay, everyone together now!
(repeat) ♫

DECORATE THE CHRISTMAS TREE

SANTA'S ON  HIS WAY


♫ What do you want for Christmas? Christmas? Christmas? [Shrug your shoulders to indicate a question. Christmas tree gesture.]
What do you want for Christmas?
Santa's on his way. [Santa gesture.]
I want a ball. [Draw the shape of a ball with both hands.]
I want a ball.
I want a ball to bounce. [Pretend to bounce the ball.]
Bounce? Bounce!
[Move around the room pretending to bounce a ball.]
What do you want for Christmas? Christmas? Christmas?
What do you want for Christmas? Santa's on his way.
I want a yo-yo. [Pretend to play with a yo-yo.]
I want a yo-yo.
I want a yo-yo to spin.
Spin? Spin!
[Pretend to put the yo-yo string around your finger and then spin the yo-yo up and down.]
What do you want for Christmas? Christmas? Christmas?
What do you want for Christmas? Santa's on his way.
I want a bike. [Pretend to hold the handle bars of a bicycle.]
I want a bike.
I want a bike to ride. [Pretend to ride a bike, moving your feet as if pedaling.]
Ride? Ride!
[Pretend to ride a bicycle around the room. Don't forget to ring the bell!]
What do you want for Christmas? Christmas? Christmas?
What do you want for Christmas? Santa's on his way.
I want a jump rope. [Pretend to jump rope.]
I want a jump rope.
I want a jump rope to jump.
Jump? Jump!
[Pretend to jump rope. Count to ten.]
What do you want for Christmas? Christmas? Christmas?
What do you want for Christmas? Santa's on his way.
Santa's on his way! ♫


I'M A LITTLE SNOWMAN



♫ I'm a little snowman, [Snowman gesture.]
look at me. [Point your index fingers away from your eyes, then point to your chest with your thumbs.]
These are my buttons, 1 2 3. [Make a small circle with your thumb and index finger, then move it down the front of your shirt 3 times.]
These are my eyes and this is my nose. [Point to your eyes with two hands, then point to your nose with one hand.]
I wear a hat and scarf. [Pretend to put on a hat and wrap a scarf around your neck.]
Brrr...it's cold! [Hug yourself and shiver.]
I'm a little snowman, look at me.
These are my buttons, 1 2 3.
These are my eyes and this is my nose.
I wear a hat and scarf. Brrr...it's cold!
I'm a little snowman, look at me.
These are my buttons, 1 2 3.
These are my eyes and this is my nose.
I wear a hat and scarf. Brrr...it's cold! ♫

JINGLE JINGLE LITTLE BELL


♫ Jingle jingle little bell. [Bell gesture.]
I can ring my little bell. [Two thumbs up. Bell gesture.]
Ring it fast. [Bell gesture fast.]
Ring it slow. [Bell gesture slow.]
Ring it high. [Bell gesture high.]
Ring it low. [Bell gesture low.]
Jingle jingle little bell.
I can ring my little bell.
Ring it fast.
Ring it slow.
Ring it high.
Ring it low.

Jingle jingle little bell.
I can ring my little bell.
Ring it over here. [Bell gesture close to your body.]
Ring it over there. [Bell gesture with your hand reaching far away from your body.]
Ring it, ring it, everywhere. [Bell gesture all over the place.]
Jingle jingle little bell.
I can ring my little bell.
Ring it over here.
Ring it over there.
Ring it, ring it, everywhere.
Jingle jingle little bell.
I can ring my little bell. ♫

WE WISH A MERRY CHRISTMAS


♫ We wish you [Indicate "we" by moving your index finger in front of you from one shoulder to the other, making a semi-circle.]
a Merry Christmas. [Christmas gesture.]
We wish you a Merry Christmas.
We wish you a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year. [Gesture fireworks exploding in the sky by popping open your hands in the air.]
Happy holidays to you, [Hold up your left hand in a fist. Raise your index finger when you sing "...you".]
your family, [Raise the rest of your fingers on the left hand, representing family members.]
your friends. [Hold up all five fingers on your right hand, representing friends.]
Happy holidays, Merry Christmas,
and a Happy New Year.
Let's clap.
We all do a little clapping. [Clap.]
We all do a little clapping.
We all do a little clapping.
Christmas is here. [Christmas gesture.]
Let's jump.
We all do a little jumping. [Jump.]
We all do a little jumping.
We all do a little jumping.
Christmas is here.
Let's stomp.
We all do a little stomping. [Stomp.]
We all do a little stomping.
We all do a little stomping.
Christmas is here.
Shhh...let's whisper.
We all do a little whispering. [Hold your finger in front of your mouth.]
We all do a little whispering.
We all do a little whispering.
Christmas is here.
Big voices!
We wish you a Merry Christmas.
We wish you a Merry Christmas.
We wish you a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year. ♫

S-A-N-T-A


♫ Red hat, [Pretend to put on a hat.]
white beard, [Pretend to stroke your beard.]
twinkle in his eye. [Point to the corner of your eye and twist your finger back and forth.]
Santa is his name-o. [Pat your big, round tummy.]
S-A-N-T-A [Point to letter picture cards or the letters written on the whiteboard.]
S-A-N-T-A
S-A-N-T-A
And Santa is his name-o. [Pat your big, round tummy.]
Red hat, white beard, twinkle in his eye.
Santa is his name-o.
*-A-N-T-A
*-A-N-T-A
*-A-N-T-A
And Santa is his name-o.
Red hat, white beard, twinkle in his eye.
Santa is his name-o.
*-*-N-T-A
*-*-N-T-A
*-*-N-T-A
And Santa is his name-o.

Red hat, white beard, twinkle in his eye.
Santa is his name-o.
*-*-*-T-A
*-*-*-T-A
*-*-*-T-A
And Santa is his name-o.
Red hat, white beard, twinkle in his eye.
Santa is his name-o.
*-*-*-*-A
*-*-*-*-A
*-*-*-*-A
And Santa is his name-o.
Red hat, white beard, twinkle in his eye.
Santa is his name-o.
*-*-*-*-*
*-*-*-*-*
*-*-*-*-*
And Santa is his name-o.
S-A-N-T-A
S-A-N-T-A
S-A-N-T-A
And Santa is his name-o. ♫

TEN LITTLE ELVES


♫ 1 little, 2 little, 3 little elves, [Hold up 1, 2, and 3 fingers. Elf gesture.]
4 little, 5 little, 6 little elves, [Hold up 4, 5, and 6 fingers. Elf gesture.]
7 little, 8 little, 9 little elves, [Hold up 7, 8, and 9 fingers. Elf gesture.]
10 little elves are making toys. [Hold up 10 fingers. Place one fist on top of the other and twist both fists.]
1 little, 2 little, 3 little elves,
4 little, 5 little, 6 little elves,
7 little, 8 little, 9 little elves,
10 little elves are sewing. [Pretend to sew.]
1 little, 2 little, 3 little elves,
4 little, 5 little, 6 little elves,
7 little, 8 little, 9 little elves,
10 little elves are painting. [Pretend to paint.]
1 little, 2 little, 3 little elves,
4 little, 5 little, 6 little elves,
7 little, 8 little, 9 little elves,
10 little elves are sawing. [Pretend to saw.]
1 little, 2 little, 3 little elves,
4 little, 5 little, 6 little elves,
7 little, 8 little, 9 little elves,
10 little elves are hammering. [Pretend to hammer.]
1 little, 2 little, 3 little elves,
4 little, 5 little, 6 little elves,
7 little, 8 little, 9 little elves,
10 little elves are wrapping. [Pretend to wrap a present.]
1 little, 2 little, 3 little elves,
4 little, 5 little, 6 little elves,
7 little, 8 little, 9 little elves,
10 little elves are sleeping. [Lie down and pretend to sleep.]

 SANTA, WHERE ARE YOU?

♫ It's Christmas Eve.
Where is Santa?
Santa, Santa, [Santa gesture.]
where are you? [Place your hand above your eyes as if you are searching for someone.]
Santa, Santa, where are you?
Are you under the tree? [Move one hand under the other. Christmas tree gesture.]
Are you in your sleigh? [Make a circle with one hand and slide the other hand into the circle. Sleigh gesture.]
Are you on the rooftop? [Place on hand on top of the back of the other hand. Rooftop gesture.]
Santa, where are you?
Look. Look. [Make circles with thumbs and index fingers around each eye, as if looking through binoculars.]
Over there. [Point to one side of the room.]
Look. Look.
Over where? [Put your hands out, palms up, and shrug your shoulders.]
Look. Look.
Over there! [Point to the other side of the room.]
Santa, is that you? [Santa gesture.]
No, it's Daddy.
Santa, Santa, where are you?
Santa, Santa, where are you?
Are you under the tree?
Are you in your sleigh?
Are you on the rooftop?
Santa, where are you?
Look. Look. Over there.
Look. Look. Over where?
Look. Look. Over there!
Santa, is that you?
Santa?
Ho ho ho!
Ho ho ho!
Ho ho ho ho ho!
Ho ho ho ho ho!
Ho ho ho ho ho!
Santa!!! ♫

LITTLE SNOWFLAKE


♫ Snowflake, snowflake, [Snowflake gesture.]
little snowflake. [Little gesture. Snowflake gesture.]
Little snowflake [Little gesture. Snowflake gesture.]
falling from the sky. [Snowflake gesture moving down.]
Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Falling, falling, falling, falling, falling,
falling, falling, falling, falling... [Snowflake gesture moving down very slowly.]
falling on my head. [Snowflake gesture landing on top of your head.]
Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Little snowflake falling from the sky.
Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Falling, falling, falling, falling, falling,
falling, falling, falling, falling...
falling on my nose. [Snowflake gesture landing on your nose.]
Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Little snowflake falling from the sky.
Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake.
Falling, falling, falling, falling, falling,
falling, falling, falling, falling...
falling in my hand. [Snowflake gesture landing in your hand.]
Falling on my head.
Falling on my nose.
Falling in my hand.
Snowflake, snowflake, little snowflake... ♫

GOODBYE SNOWMAN

♫ Goodbye, snowman. [Wave goodbye. Snowman gesture.]
Goodbye, reindeer. [Wave goodbye. Reindeer gesture.]
Goodbye, Santa. [Wave goodbye. Santa gesture.]
Happy holidays. [Happy holidays gesture.]
We wish you [Indicate "we" by moving your index finger in front of you from one shoulder to the other, making a semi-circle.]
a Merry Christmas. [Christmas gesture.]
We wish you a Merry Christmas.
We wish you a Merry Christmas.
Let's sing it again. [Pretend to sing into a microphone.]
Goodbye, snowman.
Goodbye, reindeer.
Goodbye, Santa.
Happy holidays.
Happy holidays! ♫

viernes, 25 de noviembre de 2016

TRAS EL DÍA DE ACCIÓN DE GRACIAS... EL POPULAR "BLACK FRIDAY"

El Día de Acción de Gracias (en inglés Thanksgiving Day) es una celebración tradicional de Estados Unidos festejada el cuarto jueves del mes de noviembre. Generalmente en esta festividad se reúnen en torno a una mesa familiares y amigos a compartir un banquete celebrando el día.

En Estados Unidos, la tradición moderna del día de Acción de Gracias tiene sus orígenes en el año 1621, en una celebración en Plymouth, en el actual estado de Massachusetts. La fiesta en 1621 se celebró en agradecimiento por una buena cosecha. 

La mayoría de personas en Estados Unidos celebran esta fiesta con reuniones familiares en sus hogares donde preparan un banquete,en muchas casas es común ofrecer una oración de gracias. El plato principal tradicional para la cena es un gran pavo asado u horneado, este pavo tradicionalmente va acompañado con un relleno hecho de pan de maiz y salvia. Se sirve tradicionalmente con una jalea o salsa de arándanos rojos, además suelen servirse platos de verduras como las judias verdes,  boniato,  y puré con gravy , que es una salsa hecha del jugo del pavo; también suele servirse una gran variedad de postres, siendo el pastel de calabaza, el más popular. Las comidas se sirven con sidra de manzana caliente con especias (spiced hot apple cider) o espumoso de sidra de manzana, tradicionalmente fermentado (sparkling apple cider o hard cider). También es común preparar el pastel de nuez y el de manzana.

La mayoría de negocios y oficinas están cerrados en este día. Algunos almacenes, centros comerciales, restaurantes y bares permanecen abiertos. El viernes siguiente a la fiesta es tradicional la apertura de la temporada de compras navideñas. Este día se conoce como "Black Friday" (viernes negro). Almacenes y tiendas todos ofrecen precios de rebaja y mucha gente acude desde las primeras horas del día a los centros comerciales. 

Ahora ya teneis una idea de dónde viene el popular Black Friday y su relación con Thanksgiving Day. A continuación os dejo algunos videos explicativos con dibujos animados en el que se cuenta el origen de Thanksgiving Day, así como una bonita canción sobre El día de Acción de Gracias.





Fuente: You tube, Wikipedia.

jueves, 17 de noviembre de 2016

Everyday Language to use to buy a ticket





Esta mañana el alumnado de 5ºA ha dramatizado situaciones cotidianas para comprar un billete de tren, avión o autobús. Se han divertido mucho representando roles de turistas y oficinistas simulando que están en una estación de Londres. Os dejamos varios videos.















Who is Who?

En la unidad 2 de tercero estamos aprendiendo vocabulario para describir a las personas. Aqui os dejo un enlace para practicar con un divertido juego basado el el conocido ¿"Quién es quién?"
 Resultado de imagen de http://www.squiglysplayhouse.com/Games/HTML5/Puzzle/GuessWho/

miércoles, 9 de noviembre de 2016

"EVERYDAY LANGUAGE" Y REPASO DE NÚMEROS EN TERCERO

Hoy en tercero hemos practicado minidiálogos caracterizados con divertidas pelucas porque les encanta disfrazarse. Además esta semana repasamos al comenzar la clase la canción de los números del 1 al 50.







OPPOSITES SONG

Los peques de 1ºB cantan la canción "The opposite song" de forma fenomenal. Os dejamos un video para podais disfrutar de su trabajo. ¡Lo han pasado pipa!




domingo, 6 de noviembre de 2016

ENGLISH GAMES

En esta entrada os dejamos una estupenda página de juegos de inglés, http://www.englishactivities.net/es para cualquier momento en el que querais repasar, practicar o simplemente divertiros con vuestros conocimientos de inglés. Sólo tenéis que hacer clic en la siguiente imagen y os enlazará a la página.

 http://www.englishactivities.net/es

jueves, 3 de noviembre de 2016

SHAPES


¿Os apetece aprender las formas en inglés? Aquí os dejamos algunos de nuestros videos favoritos. Por supuesto lo veremos en clase la próxima semana.
 





OPPOSITES SONG


Aprovenchando que en 1º estamos aprendiendo algunos adjetivos antónimos estamos disfrutando con esta canción. Os la dejamos para que podáis practicarla en casa.

Fuente: http://youtube.com/watch?v=5kFU__btMG4