martes, 2 de diciembre de 2014

Unit 4 "More animals" (2º Science)

Science, Unit 4 "More animals"

We will learn to classify animals into :
                 Reptiles / fish / insects / amphibians / mammals / birds
  • Reptiles, amphibians, fish insects and birds lay eggs.
  • Reptiles, fish birds, mammals and amphibians are vertebrates and insects are invertebrates.
Vertebrate animals have a skeleton and invertebrate animals don´t have a skeleton.

Reptiles: Lizard / turtle / snake.....

  • They have scales and some of them have a shell.
  • They breathe with their lungs
  • Some reptiles have no legs and some have four legs.
  • Reptiles are cold-blooded
Amphibians: Salamander / toads / frog ....
  • Amphibians live in the water and on land.
Life cycle of a frog:
Frogs lay eggs in the water. Tadpoles come out of the eggs. Back legs grow, then front legs grow and then the tail disappears. The frog is ready to come out of the water.

Insects: They are vertebrates. They do not have a skeleton. Insects have three body parts; head, thorax and abdomen. 
Insects have six legs, two antennae and some insects have wings.
They lay eggs and are very small. A butterfly, a cockroach a mosquito and a ladybird are insects too.
There are other invertebrate animals that are not insects such as worm, spider, centipe, and snail...
Fish: They have bones in their bodies. Fish have scales and swim with their fins. They breathe with their gills. 

Video time!
Classifying animals

More animals

The animals song

Unit 3: Living things (3º Natural Science)

 En esta unidad los alumnos trabajarán los siguientes contenidos:

- Los seres vivos y su clasificación. (Living things)
- Los seres inertes y su clasificación. (Non-living things)
- Los procesos vitales de los animales y las plantas. (Life processes of animals and plants)
- Similitudes y diferencias entre distintos tipos de plantas. (Similarities and differences between plants)
- La adaptación de los seres vivos. (Living things adaptation)




Video: All living things 

Chant: Living things


Song: Living and non-living things


Video: How animals adapt

Unit 3, At the zoo (2º Literacy)

Unit 3, "At the zoo"

VOCABULARY: lion, snake, hippo, crocodile, lizard, giraffe, tiger, penguin, monkey, elephant, hedgehog, squirrel, fox, birds. gorilla and polar bears.

PARTS OF AN ANIMAL: Wings, teeth, body, face, beak, tail, tongue, legs, feathers, neck

GRAMMAR: has it got a long /short tail? Has it got a long tongue? - Yes It has/No It hasn´t have they got legs?
Yes they have / No, They haven´t. 
They haven´t got wings! - They have got big teeth! 
 It hasn´t got a beak!, - It has got a long neck!

Remember! It (is for only one animal) They (is for two or more animals)

Phonics:  Words with oo - ui sound the same way!      
Kangaroo / swimsuit / goose /fruit / balloon / zoo /pool / juice /moon / food/  spoon /

jueves, 27 de noviembre de 2014

Unit 3 Fit and healthy (3º Literacy)

Vocabulary: Health problems

1. Headache
2. Flu
3. Stomach ache
4. Temperature
5. Earache
6. Cut
7. Cold
8 Broken leg
9. Cough
10. Feel dizzy
11. Sore throat
12. Feel sick

Grammar: questions with have got/ has got and do/ does

Have I/You/we/They got a cold?
Has He/She got a sore throat?

Do I/You/we/They feel dizzy?
Does He/She feel sick?

Vocabulary: Healthy habits

1. Go to bed early
2. Go to bed late
3. Eat healthy snacks
4. Eat lots of sweets
5. Be active
6. Be lazy

Grammar: Must/Mustn´t

We use must and mustn´t for rules and instructions.

We must do our homework.
We mustn´t watch lots of TV.

martes, 18 de noviembre de 2014

Unit 3: "Animals" (2º Science)

UNIT 3 Animals

En esta unidad los alumnos trabajarán los siguientes contenidos:

- Habitat de los animales
- ¿Qué comen los animales? (Carnívoros, herbívoros y omnívoros)
- Animales mamíferos
- Pájaros












"In the grassland" song


"Wild animal" chant

"Mammals" song


"Birds" Chant





lunes, 17 de noviembre de 2014

Unit 2 "Let's go shopping" (2º Literacy)

Unit 2. Let´s go shopping 

Vocabulary: Sweets, carrots, lemons, tomatoes, bread, yoghurt, potatoes, ham, green beans, peaches.

Remember: a / an / some

Language in use: 
Can I have some bread? Can I have a peach ? Can I have an apple?
Apples (plural) How much are these? They´re twenty-six cents
Banana (singular) How much is this? It´s ten cents

Video time!

Let's practice!