grade we had a great experience starring a TV show in which we had the pleasure
of meeting the weirdest pets you have ever seen, and their odd owners. They
explained their daily life, and how they take care of their pets.
Take a look
at some of these weird and funny pets!
If you can scare people... If you can make people cry... If your favourites colours are red and black... Then... ...you are in right place!!
During this unit, students in 6th grade have transformed into spooky creatures. They had to introduce themselves, saying their age, where they lived and their abilities as a monster.
Then, all the monster travelled around the world living weird and amazing adventures as a crowded Halloween parade in New York, a spooky farewell party or a noisy horrible march in the Buckingham Palace.
"Hooray! Halloween!" Those were the words from students in 5th grade. The project of
this unit was a “Halloween zoo”. Each student chose
one animal giving it some characteristics to transform into a weird
Halloween animal. They did a really good job describing their characteristics, personality and physical appearance.
Then, students created a spooky story that they performed for the rest of the classroom. Here we can see one example:
During this first month, we have been working on our ideal countries. We have been talking about their names, flags, landscapes, people, weather and so on. Moreover we had the opportunity of working with our new American classmates. It was a really good experience. We learnt a lot. Projects were made using the I-pads so you can check some examples below.... Would you like to live there? :)
In 6th grade, we are running our own clubs. First, we had to think about `what is it?´, 'where is it?', 'what kind of activities?' and , of course, the prices. Don't forget to check the discounts!
All the clubs are full of amazing and surprising activities. From concerts of well-known artist to cupcakes, including extreme sports or how to care your horse. Moreover we created a short presentation with all the details in our I-Pads.
Do you want to join us?
For further information contact with 6 grade students.