Hello families!

My name is Adriana and this year I’m going to take your little treasures to a world of fun in English. First, I want to welcome our youngest babies: “Azulitos”.

During these first three weeks I have been in class with them looking how they play and how they are in contact with the other children. We have played in English with the animals and the vehicles and we have sung several songs that have accepted in a good way. For example, we sing every morning this song: “Goodmorning children song” 

¡Hola familias!

Me llamo Adriana y este año voy a acompañar a vuestros pequeños tesoros a un mundo de diversión en inglés. Lo primero, me gustaría dar la bienvenida a nuestros bebés más pequeñitos: ” Los  azulitos”.

Durante estas tres semanas he estado en clase con ellos viendo cómo jugaban y cómo se relacionan con otros niños. Hemos jugado en inglés con los animales y los vehículos y hemos cantado numerosas canciones que han aceptado muy bien. Por ejemplo, todas las mañanas cantamos esta canción: ” Goodmorning children song” 

Goodmorning song!

We are in a complex process of adaptation in which they have to meet this new adult who speaks them in a language a little strange for them but, even so,  we have played with the toys, with the sand and we have spoken in English in the assembly to distribute the fruit, where “the yellows” have  asked for more fruit and to give thanks in English. I am very proud of the progress these young people are making.

I encourage you to continue reading and visiting our blog, where we will publish all our progress.

To say goodbye, I leave you other songs that we have been singing these weeks.

Best greetings and see you soon!

Nos encontramos en un complejo proceso de adaptación en el que ellos tienen que conocer a esta nueva adulta, quien les habla en una lengua un poco extraña para ellos, pero, aún así, hemos estado jugando con los juguetes, con la arena y hemos hablado en inglés en la asamblea mientras distribuimos la fruta, donde “los amarillitos” piden más y dan las gracias en inglés. Estoy realmente orgullosa del progreso que estas personitas están haciendo. 

Os animo a que continuéis leyendo y visitando nuestro blog, donde iremos publicando todos nuestros progresos. 

Para despedirme, os dejo otra de las  canciones que hemos estado cantando estas semanas. 

¡Un saludo y hasta pronto!


Help! I’m being eaten by a SNAKE!


A quick update on the Yellow Class.   We have been studying SO MANY THINGS since Christmas.

It’s winter and it is COLD!!!!

So, we are practicing our chant:

Put on your hat 

Put on your scarf  

Put on your jacket 

Put on your gloves 


We still  are practicing the weather as part of our daily class routine singing this song:

Play it at home! You’ll be surprised at how well the kids can sing some parts of the song!

Also we are learning a new song.  It is a poem set to music by the chirldren’s author Shel Silverstein.  It’s called “I’m being Eaten by a Boa Constrictor.”  

We are dancing, singing, practicing body parts and animals.  What a wonderful excuse to discuss lots of things in English.

Here is a version of the story being read to listen at home.


Christmas Carols!

With the approach of Christmas and the change in temperatures, winter has arrived!  It has arrived in the Yellow and Blue classes as well.

We are talking about the winter season, the rain and clouds and the clothes we wear in winter.  We admire the snowy, moutainous view from our windows and we have started to discuss snowmen!

We are singing traditional carols, starting with two popular ones: Frosty the Snowman and Jingle Bells.  Here are some links to listen at home.


Circle, Star, Triangle, Square

We are learning shapes in English!  We are practicing four shapes:

circle, star, triangle, square.

We chant and clap as we say the shapes, we draw the shapes on the floor, we  make shapes with our bodies and today we colored a picture with these four shapes.  Here are some pictures of some of our activities.

We also read the book Color Zoo by Lois Elhert and enjoyed looking at shapes, colors and animals.


Here is a song to practice the shape names at home.

¡Estamos aprendiendo los nombres de las formas en inglés! Estamos practicando cuatro formas: círculo, estrella, triángulo, y cuadrado. Los estamos trabajando de muchas maneras: cantamos y damos palmas cuando decimos las formas, dibujamos las formas en el suelo, hacemos formas con nuestros cuerpos y hoy coloreamos estas cuatro formas en un dibujo.

Arriba hay algunas fotos de nuestras actividades.

También leímos el libro Color Zoo de Lois Elhert y disfrutamos mirando formas, colores y animales. Aquí os dejo una canción para practicar los nombres de las formas en casa.

It’s Pumpkin Time!

In the Blue and Yellow classes we have been talking about the season–AUTUMN! My favorite!  We are learning a poem;

Give a cheer! Autumn is here!

Down, down, yellow and brown, 

The leaves are falling all over the town.

talking about the colors of fall (yellow and brown); and reading books:  pumpkin-day

Today the yellow class colored orange pumpkins, requesting their crayons with “Orange, please!”

Here is a song to practice  with numbers and “pumpkins.”

Happy Autumn everyone!

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