martes, 28 de febrero de 2012

Sports vocabulary

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Can or can´t


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What can you do?

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The big adventure

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lunes, 27 de febrero de 2012

Sports exercises

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jueves, 23 de febrero de 2012

Food game

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domingo, 19 de febrero de 2012

Fruits and vegetables

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viernes, 17 de febrero de 2012

Pancake day

In the United Kingdom, they have the tradition of making and eating pancakes on Pancke Day, Shrove Tuesday or Fat Tuesday.
This day always falls between 2 February and 9 March depending on the date for Easter.
It is a traditional feast before the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday.
Lent is the period of 40 days before Easter begins, on Palm Sunday and Christian people remember the forty days Jesus spent in the desert without food.
After this, the Holy Week begins, finishing on Holy Saturday, the day before Easter Sunday.
This time always was, in the past, a period of fasting. The Christians went to confession and they were "shriven" (absolved from their sins). The name Shrove Tuesday comes from that word.
Pancake day is the last chance to eat all the foods that are forbidden in Lent.


-100 g plain flour
-300 ml milk
-2 eggs
-50 g melted butter
-pinch of salt

1. Sieve the flour and salt into a bowl.
2. Make a well in the center and add the eggs.
3. Whisk everything.
4. Gradually, add the milk and keep whisking
5. Melt the butter.
6. Add 2 tablespoons of melted butter to the mix.
7. Heat a non stick frying pan until it is very hot and add a little butter.
8. Pour a ladle of batter in the frying pan and wait until you see bubbles on the surface, 1or 2 minutes.
9. Flip carefully with a spatula and cook until browned, 1 or 2 minutes more.
10. Serve immediatly with your favourite topping (sugar and lemon or orange juice, chopped fruits with low fat yoghurt, mashed banana and honey, ice cream and chocolate sauce...)

Adults and children participate in "Pancake races", where each participant carries a frying pan with a pancake. All runners must toss their pancakes as they run and catch them in the frying pan again.

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miércoles, 15 de febrero de 2012

lunes, 13 de febrero de 2012

Love is in the air...

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Valentine´s day poem

This is a short nice poem you can dedicate to people you love.

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Practice with food and drinks

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domingo, 12 de febrero de 2012

Breakfast time

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viernes, 10 de febrero de 2012

Valentine´s day song

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lunes, 6 de febrero de 2012

Give me five fruits and vegetables every day

CHORUS:Give me five.Give me five. Give me five fruit and vegetables every day. Give me five. Give me five. Give me five fruit and vegetables to help me work and play. Got to keep my body in a healthy state. Got to eat the healthy option on my plate. Got to eat a balanced diet to keep me fit and strong. Got to eat the good things and remember this song. Give me five. Give me five. Give me five.

I'm a tomato and my name is Fred. I'm round in shape and my colour´s red. I hand out in the bushes that grow tall and strong. If you eat lots of me then you can´t go wrong.

I am an orange both in colour and in name. I´m a juicy fruit that puts other ones to shame. Underneath my skin there´s a lot of vitamin C. And you´ll stay fit and healthy if you eat lots of me.

CHORUS:Give me five. Give me five...

I am a banana and I´m funny in shape. Im bigger than a runner-bean and I´m larger than a grape. You pull me off the bunch and you can peal my skin OUCH! Then you open the hatch and feed me in.

I am a potato and I live under ground. My name is spud and I´m knobbly and I´m round. Eat me with my jacket on or eat me in the nude WHOO! Boiled, mashed, baked or fried I´m such good food.

CHORUS:Give me five. Give me five...

I am called carrot and I´m very long and thin. Chop both men ends off and put them in the bin. Wash off all the soil and cut me up some more. You can boil or fry me or even eat me raw.

We are five friends but we could have been more. We´ve got lots of mates that you can´t ignore. You don´t have to eat us all to grow up and survive. But to be cool dudes, you have to choose five!

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domingo, 5 de febrero de 2012

The vegetables song

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The greedy hippo

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jueves, 2 de febrero de 2012

Clap your hands

abc song

Gelert (a Welsh legend)

Once, there was a prince named Llywellyng. He had a dog called Gelert. He trusted him with his life.Gelter was a brilliant hunting dog and a faithful companion to the prince.
One day, Llywellyng´s wife had a baby boy.
Llywellyn liked hunting very much so, one
afternoon he arranged a meet.
The prince had to leave his baby son but, instead of a person to care for the child, he chose his faithful dog to look after the baby.
When they were alone, the dog and the baby had an unpleasant visit. A wolf from the woods went into the house and into the room where the baby was lying. Gelert, very quickly, took the baby with his mouth and put him on the floor covered with a blanket and so, he could fight with the wolf.
When Llywellyng returned, his son was missing and his dog was covered in blood. Immediately, he thought that Gelert had killed the baby. Full of fury, he thrusted his sword into Gelert, and he killed him.

But while Gelert fell on to ground, Llywellyng heard his son cry. He lifted the blanket and he found the baby safe and well with no wounds on his body.

Llywellyng, then realised his mistake when he saw the wolf´s dead body by the cot.
He regretted what he had done and promised that Gelert would have a grave stone with his name and achievements carved upon it.
The grave stone is still in a small village in Wales called “Bedd Gelert” which in English means “Gelert´s grave”.

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The alphabet train