Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Vocabulary Unit 6

GET UP 
GO TO SCHOOL
HAVE BREAKFAST
HAVE A SHOWER
GET DRESSED
BRUSH MY TEETH
RUN
MORNING
O'CLOCK
HALF PAST
EVERY DAY
EAT
CHILDREN
SOAP
CLEAN
DIRTY
TOO
BREAKFAST TIME
LUNCHTIME
DINNERTIME
BEDTIME
WHAT TIME IS IT?
GARDEN
LATER
PARTY
 

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Easter Egg Swap with a Quiz


Easter Eggs Sudoku


Easter Egg Swap


Make an Easter Jigsaw


Decorate an Easter Egg


Egg Catch Game


Colour the Easter Egg (Cicle Inicial)


Easter History (Cicle Superior)

What is Easter?
 
Easter is the time for holidays, festivals and a time for giving chocolate Easter eggs. But Easter means much more....
Easter is the oldest and the most important Christian Festival, the celebration of the death and coming to life again of Jesus Christ. For Christians, the dawn of Easter Sunday with its message of new life is the high point of the Christian year.

Where does the name 'Easter' come from?
 
Pagan traditions give us the English word "Easter" which comes from the word "Eostre". The Anglo-Saxon word for April was "Eostre-monath" (the month of openings). However, it should be remembered that Christians celebrated the resurrection of Christ long before the word "Easter" was used, and the word they used for the celebration was "Pascha", which is derived from and linked to the Jewish festival of Passover.
According to Bede, the English monastic historian, the English word Easter comes from the Anglo-Saxon name for the month of April, which was known as "Eostremonath" in the Easter bunnyAngloSaxon tongue and since Pascha was most often celebrated in Eostremonath, the English Christians began calling it "Easter". Bede also notes that the month was named after the Anglo-Saxon goddess Esostre.
Rituals related to the goddess Eostre focus on new beginnings, symbolized by the Easter egg, and fertility, which is symbolized by the hare (or Easter bunny).

Buildings Vocabulary (Cicle Mitjà)


Easter Memory


Tuesday, February 5, 2013