Άρθρα με ετικέτες 'Greece'

Δεκ 20 2014

Άρθρα του/της Vivi Hamilou

POEMS ON OUR FAVOURITE THINGS

Who said Primary School learners are too young to write poems in English? Well, not us! Our 6th grade learners have written poems on their favourite things in English! Check them out here:

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Νοέ 20 2014

Άρθρα του/της Vivi Hamilou

WRITING ABOUT HABITS

Here is what some of our fifth-graders have written about their daily routines and habits!

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Απρ 19 2014

Άρθρα του/της Vivi Hamilou

ANIMAL FAMILIES

Our 3rd graders have drawn animal families, practicing the related vocabulary!

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Απρ 18 2014

Άρθρα του/της Vivi Hamilou

FUNNY «WANTED» POSTERS

Our 6th grade learners are imaginative, creative and have a great sense of humour! Here are their funny «WANTED» posters! Have you seen any of these creatures wandering around???

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Απρ 18 2014

Άρθρα του/της Vivi Hamilou

POEMS ABOUT SEASONS

Did you know we have some poets in the 4th grade of the Primary School of Sourpi? Here are some of their poems on seasons!

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Απρ 18 2014

Άρθρα του/της Vivi Hamilou

ENGLISH BREAKFAST AT SCHOOL

Our 5th grade English coursebook introduces pancakes as part of the American breakfast (Unit 4, Lesson 2, p. 54), but they are also included in the English breakfast. After a discussion with the 5th grade learners at the Primary School of Sourpi regarding what an English breakfast includes, its nutritional value and its differences from the Greek breakfast, learners were invited to try the English breakfast at school!!!

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Απρ 18 2014

Άρθρα του/της Vivi Hamilou

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A 5TH GRADER IN GREECE

What is a day in the life of a 5th grader like? The learners of the Primary School Of Sourpi, Greece, will tell you all about it!

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Απρ 18 2014

Άρθρα του/της Vivi Hamilou

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S CUSTOMS IN GREECE

Our 5th and 6th grade learners have written about the Christmas and New Year’s customs of Greece! Here is what they have presented:

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