Colour mixing!

What’s the weather like today?

Numbers: Five Little Ducks!

Call out Bingo!

Call out Bingo!

Hi kids!

Today we played “Bingo”. Remember to write down all the numbers!

Keep up the good work 😉

Teacher Montse

Weeping Woman 1937 Pablo Picasso 1881-1973 Accepted by HM Government in lieu of tax with additional payment (Grant-in-Aid) made with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund, the Art Fund and the Friends of the Tate Gallery 1987 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/T05010

Topic 1. Speaking: Weeping woman, Picasso. (1937)

Hi team!

Picasso wanted to show this woman’s unhappiness and tears rather than to create an exact portrait of her face. The jagged shapes like pieces of glass, the bright colours and the thick black outlines make us think of strong feelings, like anger or sadness. Can you imagine her sobs and tears?

She’s holding a handkerchief. She’s wearing a red hat with a flower in it, and her hair is neatly combed, as if she dressed for an important occasion.

What do you think has upset her so much?

Now it’s your turn, talk to a partner.

Teacher Montse

The bananas song!

Little Artists!

Little Artists!

Hi team!

Here you can see some of your acrostics;) Well done!

Teacher Montse

Review: Verb to be!

https://www.liveworksheets.com/worksheets/en/English_as_a_Second_Language_(ESL)/Verb_to_be/Verb_to_be_xv20998vo

Hi team!

Practice makes perfect!

Complete this worksheet and send it to me.

My email: teachermontsedominguez@gmail.com

Teacher Montse

Topic 1. Listening: Worry, Be Happy!

Hi team!

We’re going to listen to this song and try to fill in the gaps. Pay attention!

 Teacher Montse

Taken from: Wikimedia Commons

“Fontaine”, Marcel Duchamp. (1917)

Hi team!

Is this Art? What do you think?

Try to answer these questions.

Teacher Montse

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