First grade students have made a final task about the "Rainbow Fish". We made a minibook in which students have recorded their voices and read the story. If you want to listen to them you have to scan the QR code they have in their minibooks.
If you want to listen to them you can scan here below the QR codes:
First grade students are enjoying and having fun with the beautiful story "The Rainbow Fish". We've made some activities, and one of their favourite's one has been playing with the augmented reality (AR).
We used an app called QUIVER. You can download and print from their webpage some drawings and then, colour in them.
Every year, the school CEIP Manel Garcia Grau publishes its magazine called "Escola en Moviment". It's made by students and teachers and it's like a kind of summary of the things that we've made during this course.
Take a look at the magazine an discover what each group has made and learnt this course.
It's worth it! So, enjoy it!
We are about to finish this course but we're still very interested in making motivating activities for our students.
Second grade students were studying the Solar System with their teacher, Vanesa Marín, and both of us thought that it was a great idea creating a CLIL project about it. She was going to prepare some presentations in groups explaining some characteristics about the planets, so I decided to practice with them some information about the planets in English.
Finally, using the same groups, we made our own presentations in English about the Solar System.
We recorded them using TouchCast. It's a fantastic app in which you can use different backgrounds. In this case, I used a picture of each planet. It was really motivating for the students, and the result is amazing!!!
Second grade students explored at moMa museum New York the self-portrait of Frida Kahlo. Then, I asked them to bring a picture of them or a mirror to look at it and try to draw a self-portrait. The result is amazing!!!