This Wednesday the Comarcal pirates have sailed all the seas, and they have arrived to the island of Cuba. There, they have had a really good time making a “maracas” with recycled materials. It was really funny! They have used their “maracas” to sing and dance salsa.
Every pirate has a good story to tell, so today we have written our own and presented them to our fellow shipmates. Through pictures, new written and aural vocabulary we have entertained and enlightened each other and we have our presentation sheets for other pirates to find in the future.
QUI VOL FER UNA VISITA A LA COVA DEL MONSTRE? El proper dilluns 21 de juliol el Pirata Pataxula ens reserva una festa en un entorn que li és ben familiar: la ciutat de Dénia. Serà a les 20h. al restaurant El Marino-Rotes de Dénia – Ctra. Dénia-Les Rotes, 35. Junt a la platja Marineta…
They couldn’t have been “Pirates of the world” without making their pirate necklace. The crew has used all kind of materials to make them look beautiful: an authentic pirate gold medal, coloured cardboards and wood pieces with very funny shapes. What a thrill designing our medal. And… What good-looking pirates!
Today we have learned about different parts of the body and how to express ourselves should we ever need to go to the doctor. We have made models of the human body and dressed them in different ways in order to become familiar with clothing vocabulary. Our culinary skills have been put to superb use…
Today children have enjoyed of an interesting psychomotricity session, hop here, hop there. Like authentic pirates, they have been looking for a price around a big jungle full of vines. Finally they have achieved the treasure expected and they have had a really good time.
We have now begun our exploration of the beautiful tropical paradise of Cuba. We have been utilising our artistic and practical skills by building and playing our very own musical instruments: maracas! What wonderful rhythms we have danced to on this most pleasant of all days!
Pirates not only captain a ship but they also take care of the environment. Even though pirates like to sail alone, they have planted some seeds to show their love. Do you like it? It is self-made using recycled materials. Incredible!! Enjoy the weekend.
Today, after one of the best sleepovers that we have ever had, we have enjoyed a morning full of relaxing activities, we have created our own Polynesian costumes to get completely involved in this amazing culture. Unfortunately, we have said goodbye to many friendly pirates this week, but we will always keep in touch with…
It is Thursday…today pirates have became cooks again. Children have developed their culinary skills to make some “enrolladets”. They have used the rolling pin as well as their hands to roll the sausage into the wheat pancake. Do you want to taste it?