NAVA 5TH GRADE

Here you have more things to do, just in case you miss the class from Friday to Wednesday!

  Estimadas familias, El verano ha llegado y no queremos que lo aprendido durante este año se difumine demasiado entre sol, piscina y vacaci...

 


Estimadas familias,

El verano ha llegado y no queremos que lo aprendido durante este año se difumine demasiado entre sol, piscina y vacaciones. Os dejo por aquí algunas ideas para llevar a cabo en general y en inglés en particular para coger la vuelta al curso sin estar demasiado oxidados:

En primer lugar, si consideráis que deben repasar inglés, podéis hacer un poquito de cada unidad didáctica: revisar vocabulario a través de juegos, leer los textos que vengan por el cuadernillo de actividades, o echar un vistazo al blog, que lo dejaré operativo hasta septiembre. Nada que fehacientemente no quieran hacer, pues termina siendo contraproducente.

Si por otro lado os apetece que amplíen y tenéis tiempo de acompañarlos para que las elecciones de los recursos se hagan de forma crítica y apropiada, os dejo enlaces a algunas páginas web:

Es fácil empezar a trabajar con algo, pero más fácil es abandonarlo a mitad de camino porque "me canso", "me aburro", "no me gusta"... Ayudar a los niños a ser constantes y consecuentes es importante.

Por último, algo que cuando soy tutora me encanta sugerir para verano: la creación de un cuaderno de aventuras o de viaje. Si ponéis en Google "Travelling Journal", saldrán imágenes de todas las opciones que existen, que son muchas. Es una actividad que genera un recuerdo, que se puede compartir con la familia, que los mantiene alertas en excursiones y que es tan sencilla como llevar un estuche y un cuaderno en la mochila vayan donde vayan. He visto resultados espectaculares, al mismo tiempo que trabajan la paciencia, el orden, la responsabilidad y la constancia, así que os animo incluso a hacerlo colaborativamente con ellos.

Si algún alumno quisiera compartir conmigo cualquier trabajo o hazaña de verano, mi correo institucional es el mismo de seimpre aunque cambie de centro y estaré más que agradecida si recibo noticias, así que, si lo sugieren, adelante.

Ha sido un verdadero placer formar parte de esta comunidad educativa este año. Ya le tenía cariño a esta localidad, pero ahora mucho más.

Un abrazo a todos y muchas gracias por contribuir a hacer bonito y fácil lo difícil.

La Teacher


  SIMPLE STORY: WATCH AND REPEAT. ROLE-PLAY: BASIC PRACTICE: COMPLEX STORY. MANY NEW VERBS:

 


SIMPLE STORY:

WATCH AND REPEAT. ROLE-PLAY:


BASIC PRACTICE:


COMPLEX STORY. MANY NEW VERBS:




  Hello children! Today Spring begins!  Let me share with you this beautiful poem and some games and activities to practice. Click on the n...

 



Hello children!

Today Spring begins! 
Let me share with you this beautiful poem and some games and activities to practice.

Click on the next link: 4 SEASONS!!

  'I'M A LITTLE LEPRECHAUN SONG LYRICS'(1,5x speed) tiniest man - green boots - pot of gold - rainbow - green hat I'm a litt...

 


'I'M A LITTLE LEPRECHAUN SONG LYRICS'(1,5x speed)


tiniest man - green boots - pot of gold - rainbow - green hat

I'm a little leprechaun 
Dressed in green, 
The tiniest man 
That you have seen.
If you ever catch me, so it's told,
I'll give you my big __________.

I’m a little leprechaun
Imagine that
With my little __________
And my big __________
At the end of the __________
So, it’s told 
You will find my pot of gold

I'm a little leprechaun 
Dressed in green, 
The __________ 
That you have seen.
If you ever catch me, so it's told,
I'll give you my big pot of gold.


And now, dance for fun!!!




                        1. What is Pete's idea to catch a leprechaun?    a) Follow a rainbow until he finds one.    b) Set a trap with c...

 

                     

1. What is Pete's idea to catch a leprechaun?

   a) Follow a rainbow until he finds one.

   b) Set a trap with candy.

   c) Play music.

   d) Ask his friends for help.


2. Who is Pete's first customer in his leprechaun-catching business?

   a) Squirrel

   b) Gus

   c) Kelly

   d) Clover


3. How does Pete try to lure Clover out with music?

   a) He plays a sad song.

   b) He plays a loud song.

   c) He plays a cheerful song.

   d) He plays a slow song.


4. What lesson does Pete learn at the end of the story?

   a) Luck is more important than friendship.

   b) It's easy to catch a leprechaun if you try hard enough.

   c) Friendship is more valuable than luck.

   d) Catching a leprechaun is impossible.


5. How does Pete decide to help his friends at the end?

   a) By catching leprechauns for them.

   b) By studying with them.

   c) By performing with them.

   d) By practicing sports with them.

  Read. Faster. Faster. Faster. Well done! Pick one and illustrate it! Let the competition begin!!! 1. Patty picked pretty painted Easter eg...

 



Read.
Faster.
Faster.
Faster.
Well done!

Pick one and illustrate it!
Let the competition begin!!!

1. Patty picked pretty painted Easter eggs.

2. Sally sells green shamrock socks by the seashore.

3. Peter painted purple Easter bunnies perfectly.

4. Tiny Timmy tried to trap tricky leprechauns.

5. Eddie's Easter eggs eagerly escape every evening.

6. Sammy saw seven striped Saint Patrick's Day snakes.

7. Rosie's rosy rabbit hops happily on Easter Sunday.

8. Larry loves to laugh loudly at leprechaun jokes.

9. Annie ate an ample amount of Easter candy.

10. Danny dances a jig on Saint Patrick's Day.


LISTEN TO THEM HERE

(Click on the speaker below the English sentences)

(Pincha con el ratón bajo el icono del altavoz, debajo de los trabalenguas en inglés)

  Good afternoon kids! Just in case you want to review a little bit, I leave you here some cool activities. 1. Use some of the words to desc...

 


Good afternoon kids!
Just in case you want to review a little bit, I leave you here some cool activities.

1. Use some of the words to describe the next pictures (AI generated).



 


2. Unscramble the words to form coherent sentences.

1. great - band - was - on - the - stage - playing - a - big - There
2. were - sparkly - up - the - There - fireworks - some - lighting - sky
3. noisy - There - a - crowd - carnival - wasn't - at - the
4. bands - music - performing - There - some - famous - were
5. any - decorated - wasn't - float - There - in - parade - a - the
6. bright - There - contest - was - carnival - a - costume - at - the
7. drums - the - accompanying - There - some - were - rhythmic - band
8. wasn't - parade - this - an - amazing - year - There



I will give you a copy in class, but if you feel the motivation knocking your door today, 
this might be useful.



DOWN HERE THE ANSWER








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1. There was a great band playing on the big stage.

2. There were some sparkly fireworks lighting up the sky.

3. There wasn't a noisy crowd at the carnival.

4. There were some famous music bands performing.

5. There weren't any decorated floats in the parade.

6. There was a bright costume contest at the carnival.

7. There were some rhythmic drums accompanying the band.

8. There wasn't an amazing parade this year.