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?