martes, 9 de enero de 2018



  1. 2. THE DEVELOPMENT OF LISTENING SKILLS  to get the main idea or plot without necessarily understanding everything.

  2. 3. THE ACQUISITION OF NEW VOCABULARY.  Most of the new language in stories is perfectly contextualized, repeated more than once and sometimes they are accompanied by pictures.

  3. 4. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD´S LITERARY COMPETENCE. The child´s ability to understand and enjoy literature which involves skills acquired through extensive reading over his life.

  4. 5. THE COMMUNICATIVE EXCHANGE INVOLVED IN STORIES . The level of interaction between the storyteller and the audience and between the individual listeners. For example, when the storyteller asks the listeners to guess about what would happen next in the story.

  5. 6. MOTIVATION. If the story is interesting and told in an appealing way, children will normally pay attention through to the end. Motivation has to do with emotions, which are considered crucial in all learning processes.

  6. 7. STIMULATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE IMAGINATION. The nature of the story, the recreating of scenes and characters and the ideas in the story encourage the child´s creativity.

miércoles, 29 de noviembre de 2017


We have made these telescopes to see the lunar phases. We also discoverd more space elements...

We show you an example of the explanation.

Let´s see some photos and a video...


We did our own album covers to sell our first disc. There were different kind of music styles. Would you buy them?

lunes, 27 de noviembre de 2017

E-TWINNING 2017-2018

This year we have started a new work with some European partners calle "The Purr-fect friends".
Our colleagues are from Moldova, Romania, Turkey, Italy and Czech Republic.
Welcome to everybody!!
Here some videos about our students' pets!!

The Purr-fect Friends logo.

Other logos made by our students: