Goldilocks and the three bears

This week we have read the story of “Goldilocks and the three bears”. We have sung songs, seen videos, learned what is big, small and tiny, too hot, too cold, too hard, too soft and just right.

So we decided to play the story for our partners. In groups they have represented it really well. Look the result!

Where are you?

This week, we start talking about the different parts of the house.  They have been playing with flashcards and singing this song!

After that, we made a role play imitating that song. Children pick up a flashcard and they have to answer where you are based on the picture.



This afternoon we have changed the usual dynamics and we have done games to practice other important abilities.

This game called Braintbox, helps to improve the visual speed, the attention and, at the same time, we could practice English. It’s interesting watching them trying to express each other to play.

Learning opposites


We love play and do interactive games in English!

We’ve imitate some opposites words like big/small, fast/slow and up/down.

Do you want to see how fun is it?



An example of this class:

Role play to learn the family

We have seen the story “Pull grandpa’s shoe”. We loved it so we decided to make a little role play doing the same.

Every student was a member of the family. They really enjoy this type of activity!

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Prepositions game

Hello families!

These days we are learning prepositions. And there is nothing better than to involve children in the activities… so we found this funny game to remember the prepositions!

Try it in your home with them!

Theater show

Welcome 3rd term!

The students of 1st and 2nd grade started the week with a wonderful theater show.

The Tale Teller company came to represent us the story “The Wolf and the seven goats” and it was awesome! We could participate and enjoy during the show as you can see in the next video.

REMEMBER! Don’t open the door and careful with the wolf!

Our Project Song

This is the song that we are going to learn this term. It’s related to the mythology project and it’s from the movie Hercules.