Thursday, 26 January 2017


Most of you like the song we've been working on this week, here you have it, now you can learn the lyrics! Have a nice long-weekend!!

I also add a link to  the article "The Meaning behind 'Blowin'g in the wind'. Read it!!It's very interesting!

Monday, 14 November 2016


Thanksgiving is just a few days away, wanna know the history of this popular celebration in the USA? 

Read this article about Thanksgiving, it's very interesting! If you read it, you'll be able to play some games in a few days!!

The First Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving was first celebrated by the Pilgrims in 1621.

The Pilgrims sailed from England to North America to find religious freedom. Their ship, the Mayflower, landed at Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts in late fall, 1620, just as winter was beginning.

The winter was very hard for the Pilgrims. They didn't have enough to eat and many of them were very sick. By the time the winter of 1621 was over, almost half of the Pilgrims had died.
In the spring, the Wampanoag Indians helped the Pilgrims get the land ready for planting. They taught them how to grow wheat, barley, corn, and some vegetables.
After the summer growing season, in the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims celebrated their first harvest by having a 3-day feast. They invited their Native American friends to join them. Without the help of the Wampanoag, the Pilgrims would not have made it through the year.

Thanksgiving did not become a national holiday until 1863. That year, President Abraham Lincoln declared the last Thursday in November as a day to remember the first Thanksgiving. But it wasn't until 1941 that Congress made Thanksgiving Day, the 4th Thursday in November, an official national holiday.

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Back at school!!

Hello!! Did you have a nice summer? We are back at school already!Are you excited about the new school year?  We are sure this will be a great year and you will learn lots of English. See you at school!!!