Electric circuit

Publicado: enero 21, 2017 de fersanjo en Energy, Science 6º

Let´s warm up! Create your own circuit!

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LIFE

Publicado: enero 19, 2017 de darinofr en U

In the following video you can see all the process of fertilisation and how amazing is the beginning of a human being.

Check it out and don´t forget to leave your thoughts!

Hong Kong – Spain

Publicado: enero 18, 2017 de fersanjo en Ecosystems, skype

“Learning more about the ecosystems in Hong Kong.” In the following pic, you can see Maria (5ºB) talking to the teachers.

Go to the comments and share with us what you learned in the session!

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City ecosystems

Publicado: diciembre 20, 2016 de fersanjo en Ecosystems
Hi we are Alba,Micaela,Sofia and Rodrigo and we are going to share information about:   🌍City Ecosystem . Have a look to this video , photos and information 
 
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-STUDY  A LOT: Exams with Fernando can be very difficult📚  (this is a lie!! Doc. F)

Urban green spaces, which include parks and playing fields, have important benefits. They provide a range of ecosystem services and can help to mitigate problems that are particularly prevalent in cities, such as air and noise pollution.

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What living & non-living “things” can you see in the video about Hong Kong? COMMENTS PLEASE!

 

Science time!

Publicado: diciembre 15, 2016 de darinofr en Science 6º, U

A little sum up of the class we had today. Our students have discovered how are the organs of a pig and mice. They looked scared first but they have enjoyed a lot!

 

Mosaics

Publicado: noviembre 23, 2016 de darinofr en U

After days of colouring legumes, we finally finish our mosaics! And these are the beautiful results!

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What´s blood made of?

Publicado: noviembre 23, 2016 de darinofr en U

We have many different components running inside our blood and here you have an explanation of them.

Introducing the red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.

Enjoy&Learn!