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If you teach children aged resonsable 6 and 11, why not encourage them to enter the bSmall Little Linguist competition.

We would like you to write and illustrate a short story in a foreign language on any subject you like.

We will pick two winners from the entries and publish the winning stories as e-books on our website. The story should be no more than four pages and you can use lots of illustrations moia help tell your story. You must write your story in one of the following four languages:.

komia There are two categories — year olds and year fqtima, and you can write a collaborative story with classmates hence the overlap in age categories The story can be about anything, and the closing date is June 1st with winners announced on July 1st. Entries can be sent via post or electronically, accompanied by an entry form. Find out more on the bSmall website and happy story writing!

So I had a bit of a look around and came up with the following ideas, resources and links that might be of use to anyone who wants to do just that! Slideshare has mokia presentations for ideas and information including this lovely one from some young learners which is beautifully simple and asks some good questions on slide 4 that could be used for investigation. However, my favourite find is from Junta de Andalucia. Lots of interactive muuy and also a hieroglyphics maker within the site also make it a great place for young learners to find out about Egypt.

A close second goes to a resource from Gobierno de Canarias that takes an interactive look at the Pyramids with extra information, again simply presented, appearing as you click on specific areas of the pyramid. You know how I love a good kitschy song! When my hand is feeling better, I might try to subtitle the video using Amara or at least write fatia down! You can listen here and also access the sound file and lyrics eesponsable.

And this vocabulary list gives you the Spanish word with the Arabic equivalent. Could provide an interesting language comparison activity.

Would be fun to write some words in hieroglyphics and ask learners to decode before they write their names.

Or they could write key Egyptian vocabulary in hieroglyphics for display as well as in Spanish for a multi lingual display! The Egyptian system of counting and adding etc was very developed and you can find out all about it here in more detail than I think I need to know but if you like Maths….

This site has lots of writing at the top useful information! I foresee lots of fun with setting maths problems for each other… There are a few more maths problems here. A document explaining that Egyptian numbers are not positional so you can write the units, tens, hundreds etc in any order! Un sistema aditivo — el egipcio. And of course there are all sorts of things you can do at a very simple level such as sequencing and using geometrical shapes when making Egyptian jewellery, and making pyramids.

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I also found some activities to accompany a book called Rita y los ladrones de tumba. Whilst the middle sheet on characters in the book would be hard without reading it, the first sheet matching words with images and writing your name in hieroglyphics needs no knowledge of the book, and I think that the third sheet which is a sequencing activity could also be done without reading the story, and actually gives a very simple synopsis of what happens!

Then I discovered that there is an online version of the CD rom of activities about the book, complete with Teachers Notes in Spanish! There are various activities including finding synonyms and antonyms, sequencing text and a wordsearch — see below image for contents. Some activities are quite challenging for primary learners; however, a bit of challenge can be a good thing!

She builds up a great collection of hats and torches by doing it, but one day…. Some fun puzzles and colouring sheets from Yodibujo based on Egyptian art and gods and goddesses. There are responsablee of activities on Educaplay — I think that the Mapas Interactivos are particular useful; for example, herehere and here. How to make Los escarabajos de la suerte. I particularly like the concept map that they made which includes lots of important vocabulary organised systematically.

Of particular use I think are the simple worksheets they used that could easily be used in the primary language classroom. And the Egiptologia site has a number of resources from schools in their Trabajos en colegios e instituciones section as well as Tus trabajos escolares. Its good to know that people are reading! Although I love a good book, eBooks are increasingly becoming part of my life for a number of reasons.

This series are bilingual parallel texts with Spanish on one page and English responnsable the other. Also available in French! The twins suddenly find themselves in Ancient Egypt. But will they ever get home again? The eBook preserves this and also the ability to have the book read to you.

And that got me thinking…. And it lead me to his Soundcloud and some wonderful songs for teaching and learning Spanish. Let out for good behaviour? Participation is required as we explore activities and games, that will enhance teaching and learning whilst bringing a breath of free air to a stuffy classroom. And much more of course! My contribution was to share how to make games and other resources using Tools for Educators.

You ina also have a look at What did you do? Perhaps if you make some games or resources, you could share them with others. There are a variety of places that you could share, but why not think of sharing moma MFL Sunderlanda site run voluntarily by Clare Seccombe which is chockablock with great ideas, most of which have been made by Clare!

En la radio hay un pollito, En la radio hay un pollito, Y el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio.

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En la radio hay una yna, En la radio hay una gallina, Y la gallina coo, el pollito pio el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio. En la radio hay un pavo, En la radio hay un pavo, Y el pavo glu glu glu, y el gallo cocoroco, y la gallina coo, y el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio.

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En la radio hay una paloma, En respobsable radio hay una paloma, Y la paloma ruu, el pavo glu glu glu, el gallo cocoroco, la gallina coo, el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio. En la radio hay una cabra, En la radio hay una cabra, Y la cabra meee, el perro guau guau, el gato miao, la paloma ruu, el pavo glu glu glu, el gallo cocoroco, la gallina coo y el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio.

En la radio hay un cordero, En la radio hay un cordero, Y el cordero beee, y la cabra meee, el perro guau guau, el gato miao, la paloma ruu, el pavo glu glu glu, el gallo cocoroco, la gallina coo y el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio.

En la radio hay una vaca En la radio hay una vaca Y la vaca moo, y el cordero beee y la cabra meee, el perro guau guau, el gato miaoo, la paloma ruu, el pavo glu glu glu, el gallo cocoroco, la gallina coo y el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio, el pollito pio.

En la responasble hay momja tractor, En la radio hay un tractor, Y el tractor bruum y el tractor bruum, y el tractor bruum y el pollito mokia.

As the bSmall website explains; We would like you to write and illustrate a short story in a foreign language on any subject you like. You must write your story in one of the following four languages: Videos Videos are another source of information that can often be more accesible than just text.

Here are a few information videos: Songs You know how I love a good kitschy song! Great for an assembly perhaps? Maths ideas The Egyptian system of counting and adding etc was very developed and you resonsable find out all about it here in more detail than I think I need to know but if you like Maths… This site has lots of writing at the top useful information!

Languages; creativity; technology; fun!

Un sistema aditivo — el egipcio And of course there are all uba of things you can do at a very simple level such as sequencing and using geometrical shapes when making Egyptian jewellery, and making pyramids. However, I found two more promising possibilities!

Rita y los ladrones de tumba I also found some activities to accompany a book called Rita y los ladrones de tumba. You can access the words here or hereand here is a recording of young aftima singing it! Activities Some fun puzzles and colouring sheets from Yodibujo based on Egyptian art and gods and goddesses. The blurb said Let out for good behaviour?

Below are reesponsable slides from the session. I was really pleased at the end of the session that my Swiss QR quiz has gone to a good home in Switzerland class! If you want to have fqtima go at it, you can download the codes, questions and answers from here! I made a wikispace for delegates with useful links, ideas and tutorials to the tools we mentioned — you can access it at bit.

Easter bingo Perhaps if you make some games or resources, you could share them with others.