Hello everyone! Saint George is around the corner, and for us, Catalans, it’s a big day. It’s a super romantic day (much romantic than Saint Valentine’s and less commercial too!). Saint George is the 23rd of April, and we give roses and books. Two years ago I was in Ireland doing my teaching practise around… Continue reading Two activities to celebrate Saint George
Hello everyone! A few weeks ago I talked about why is knitting beneficial to children. Today I will share with you two very cool books with great knitting projects for kids. I used these books to get inspired and inspire my students for the knitting club I carried out in NZ. Some of the students… Continue reading Two knitting books for children
Hello everyone! As some of you might know, I teach one-to-one English lessons, and today I will share with you some of my essentials. The teacher’s magazine This magazine is great for resources. It has a lot of photocopiable handouts for different levels and ages (each of them is graded), and it also comes with the… Continue reading 5 essentials in my English class
Hello everyone! When I finished the Primary School Teaching Degree I had to write an End of Degree project. I did mine on the benefits of textile crafts in Primary School, and I absolutely loved reading about the topic and carrying out the investigation. I organised a knitting club at Te Aro School in New… Continue reading Why is knitting beneficial to children?
Hello everyone! Today I will share with you the last lesson plan I designed and taught while in New Zealand. This one was the continuation of the Does it float? lesson plan, and it’s also about liquid densities. To be honest, the experiment didn’t turned out as I expected, as I let the students mixed… Continue reading Density of liquids lesson plan