Entries by Melanie de la Peña

6th graders in l’Arrabassada: CHEFS!

Hello families! During the month of February, 6th graders in l’Arrabassada have been very hungry… they have been working on a delicious topic: FOOD! First of all, they learnt the different verbs that the real chefs use in their daily lifes: Then, in pairs, they created four restaurants: they invented a name, a logo, a […]

OUR PETS WENT ON HOLIDAYS

Hello families! Do you remember that some posts ago we presented to you our 3rd graders pets? Well, Mr. Fox, Teddy and Snow-wolf also had Christmas holidays! They spent two weeks with the teachers Mónica and Melanie. Teddy went to teacher Mónica’s house. They lived a funny adventure while they decorated the living room with […]

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5th graders in l’Arrabassada: Rockin’ around the Christmas tree!

Hello families! 5th graders and Teacher Melanie are so excited today, we want to share with you our amazing work! During the month of December, we have been working on the most magical time of the year: Christmas! We learnt the song “Rockin’ around the Christmas tree” a popular song that has been featured by different […]

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6th graders in l’Arrabassada: All I want for Christmas is you!

Hello families! First of all, 6th graders and Teacher Melanie wish you a Merry Christmas! During the month of December we have been doing different activities related to Christmas. We played different games and we created different ornaments for their Christmas trees made with clay. We hope your Christmas trees look better now!!! Apart from […]

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Halloween 4th grade in l’Arrabassada

Hello families! As you know, last month Lockhart Academy celebrated Halloween in l’Arrabassada. The 4th graders did an experiment that nowadays has become very popular: SLIME! They did two different slimes, one orange and another one green in order to create Halloween characters: a pumpkin and a Frankenstein. The ingredients you need to do slime are: White […]

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THE CITY

Hello families! During the month of November, after celebrating Halloween, the 4th graders worked on a new topic and new vocabulary that they can use everyday: THE CITY!   They talked about their cities, about their favourite places and buildings and how often they visit them. They also did different activities to learn how to ask […]