EASTER TIME IS COMING!
In Primary 3 we talked about some typical elements of the upcoming Easter season.
The pupils drew on their tablets the Easter bunnies and eggs that they love so much.
Green, I love you green! Saint Patrick's Day, the world's most famous Irish celebration, is here!
But who is that man, why is everyone wearing hats, where do leprechauns and shamrocks come from?
Saint Patrick's Day, the patron saint of Ireland, is celebrated on 17 March. What began as a religious celebration in commemoration of his death has become a popular and multitudinous celebration where the colour green, shamrocks and beers are a distinctive part of the festivities. According to legend, St. Patrick is the boss. Not only did he bring Christianity to the island, but he also made shamrock fashionable and rid Ireland of snakes.
2023 marks the 50th anniversary of the death of one of the most important Spanish and universal artists of all time, Pablo Ruiz Picasso, a genius born in Malaga at the beginning of the 20th century.
In our art classes we are reviewing all his techniques and learning the most relevant of this artist.
We already know about his pink and blue period, the cubist period, etc.
We also talk about his most important works.
We are working on some of his works with different techniques, pointillism, blurring, self-creation, etc.
Here some pictures:
In fifth grade we made a beautiful lapbook to review the solar system. We had a lot of fun with this playful yet effective activity. We li...