quinta-feira, 26 de novembro de 2015

Snowman - Craft

Here's a craft suggestion for Christmas :)
I found this video on Facebook a couple of weeks ago and I immediately decided to save it to share with you here :D
It's very simple and easy to do. You won't need more than:

  • a pair of (old) white socks
  • some rice
  • white thread
  • glue
  • buttons
  • and some extra props 

Go for it!

Çorap, makas, yapıştırıcı, ip, pirinç. Malzemeler hazır. Hadi çocuklarla birlikte kardan adam yapalım.
Posted by Engelsiz Zihinler on Segunda-feira, 2 de Fevereiro de 2015
Keep up the teaching frenzy ;) 

segunda-feira, 9 de novembro de 2015

6 Greetings around the world

Greetings can be fascinating, fun and a wonderful way of arousing curiosity on other cultures . 
Sandie Morão called my attention to this topic, and here I am sharing it :)
Here are some examples of how people greet each other around the world, but there are many more... If you are interested in finding out just check the link I'm leaving at the end of this post:







  1.  press foreheads and noses together, with eyes closed. This is called hongi. - New Zealand
  2. merge hands in what is colloquially known as a "handshake". - USA
  3. stick your tongue out just a bit. - Tibet
  4. press the hands together, hold them in prayer fashion, and slightly bow to your acquaintance. This is called the wai. - Thailand
  5. warriors form 
  6. a circle and compete to see who can jump the highest - Kenya
  7. kiss cheeks - France

Original source: http://guff.com/15-ways-people-greet-each-other-from-countries-around-the-world

sexta-feira, 6 de novembro de 2015

Hooray for fish!

I've just found this lovely video on facebook.
It's a great, simple story to use when you're teaching colours or adjectives.

Hooray for Fish! by Lucy Cousins

Keep up the teaching-frenzy
Mice digital design by Lauri Furnell