Friday, November 30, 2012

Emails to Santa Claus

Here is what we do when it's raining outside

We look cute while we use our kitchen scales

We investigate and exp

Don't get fooled by that smile. This young lady managed the whole group

Counting pasta bits and seeing how much they weigh

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Logħob antik ta' dari.

Tafu xi logħob antik?

Hawn xi stampi għalikom. :)

Iż-Żunżana ddur iddur.


U ħafna oħrajn li jissemmew fuq Senduq Buffuri.
Min jinteressah, dan il-ktieb dwar il-logħob hu tajjeb ħafna.

Wieġbu l-Mistoqsijiet fuq il-Pitazz tat-taħriġ.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Today's work

These last few weeks we had some intensive work regarding adjectives. We have a word wall which is dominated by adjectives other than 'nice' and 'good'. As you can see from the work below, many children decided to use this resource in their work. Today I decided to do a lesson that allowed the children to choose their presentation according to their tastes. As you can see, quite a lot of them are excited about Christmas, aliens, fairy tales and superheroes. 
Well done. I wish some of you took more care to save their work properly...a lot of work gets lost through rushing from one task to another. 

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Some -ing verbs and other vocabulary for you to study.

Don't forget to study these :

watching TV



Friday, November 16, 2012


To all the lovely mummies and daddies who came to parents' evening. 
Keep up the good work :)

Thursday, November 15, 2012

The George Cross

Today we had a handout about the Maltese Flag. I wanted to explain to the children how the George Cross came along, so I showed them some of this video. Would be nice if some great grand parents spoke to the children about the Great War.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Some mashcams

Today we had some people visiting our children so we didn't do any formal lessons.
We sure did learn a lot though!
We had the computers all day and we went on and played some science, language and maths games.
We also went on purplemash, designed a few cars and buildings for a future project, and we wrote a few stories. Here are some of them.
As time goes by, children are learning to become more independent. There is always some sort of computer activity going on in our class.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Farmer Duck : Certificates, Comic Strips, Wanted Posters and Much more.

Boy, did they work hard today! They were all like little Farmer Ducks (see the story in the yesterday's post), some even putting 5 pieces of work.
After that, the children who were ready explored more bits form the fantastic 2Simple Software.

(we're painting now Miss, we wrote too much today!)

 The .swf Books.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Farmer Duck

Today we read this story. The children enjoyed it immensely...had a few giggles while reading it.
Tomorrow, we're going to do a few posters and comic strips on the Intel watch this space for some fantastic posters and comic strips. 

Monday, November 5, 2012

Like and Don't like

At the moment we are doing Unit 3 from Way Ahead.

Here's how it works.

If you like apples and bananas, you say
I like apples and bananas.

If you like apples, but don't like bananas you say
I like apples but I don't like bananas.

If you don't like any of them you say
I don't like apples or bananas.


(Ħajr lil Mrs. Barbara, għax dak il- PPT hu xogħolha)


In year three, children are expected to spell all the colour words properly, in English and in Maltese.

Here is a good game that will help them to spell the colour words.

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