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The paper bag princess

Princess Elizabeth plans on marrying Prince Ronald, who is practically perfect. However, a dragon arrives who destroys her kingdom, kidnaps Ronald, and burns all her clothes so that she has no choice but to wear a paper bag. Elizabeth follows the dragon and Ronald, and seeking to rescue her fiancé, challenges the dragon to burn forests with fire and to fly around the world. The dragon completes the tasks but after flying around the world a second time becomes tired and falls asleep. Elizabeth rescues Ronald, who is ungrateful and tells her to return when she looks more like a princess. Elizabeth realizes that she is better off without Ronald and sets off into the sunset to live her own life.

Robert Munsch was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Fordham University in 1969 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and from Boston University in 1971 with a Master of Arts degree in anthropology.





Michael Martchenko (born August 1, 1942) is a Canadian illustrator best known for illustrating many of the stories of Robert Munsch.

Born in France, he moved to Canada when he was seven, where he graduated from the Ontario College of Art. He is an award winning illustrator and graphic artist.




We are learning a lot of things about our five senses. Do you want to see a video about what we are learning?
Here you are!
BODY IQ SMART KIDS
A fun and fascinating look the human body - from the inside out Take an incredible journey through the body with the Body Quest board game. Build a glow-in-the-dark skeleton Warning: Choking Hazard - Small parts.
 Roger Priddy left school at 16 with just one qualification—in art. He went to Berkshire College of Art and Design and trained as an illustrator.  His first job in children’s books was working with the publisher Peter Usborne, at Usborne Publishing, and then he worked with Peter Kindersley at Dorling Kindersley, where he spent 16 years. Priddy became Creative Director of DK’s Children’s Division and was Managing Director of the children’s mass market publisher Funfax when it was acquired by DK.
WE HAD A PHOTOCOPY WITH TWO 
DRAWINGS AND 10 DIFFERENCES 
BETWEEN THEM. 
AND..... WE HAD TO SAY AND WRITE THE
 DIFFERENCES IN ENGLISH!!!!!!!!!!!
WE ARE SOOOOOOOO HAPPY WITH THE 
RESULT!!!!
DO YOU WANT TO SEE THE DIFFERENCES? 
UAU!!!! YOU DID A GREAT JOB 
PLANETES!!!!!!!!!!
Today we went to see the play called Snow White. Snow White lives in a beautiful palace with Queen Esmerelda. She is not very happy because Queen Esmerelda is not a nice person.  One day the Magic Mirror tells the Queen that she is not the best at everything. The Queen gets angry and Snow White escapes to the forest. There she finds a small dirty little house inhabited by dwarves.  The house is very dirty so Snow White asked for some help to the audience. Joana, from the Planetes class, helped Snow White. She had to decide where to put fruits and clothes rather in a fridge or in a washing machine. She did a great job! Then Queen Esmerelda asked the mirror again and it said she was not the best. Queen Esmerelda decided to create a poisoned cup of tea for Snow White but a dwarf drank it. As Queen Esmerelda knew Snow White was alive she decided to create a poisoned apple. Finally Snow White ate the poisoned apple and she fainted. Only a prince could help her by giving her a kiss.
TOMORROW WE WILL GO TO SEE A PLAY CALLED SNOW WHITE! Do you want to see a video?
video
The story is about...
SIR CHARLIE STINKY SOCKS AND THE REALLY BIG ADVENTURE
Once upon a time, there was a deep, dark forest, where monstrous trees groaned, terrible beasties moaned and wiggly woos waited to tickle your toes. Nobody ever went there until…
Sir Charlie Stinkysocks, his good grey mare and his pet cat Envelope decide the time has come for a really big adventure. Sir Charlie packs his best sword and his sandwiches and off he goes, over the hills and far away, until he gets to the deep, dark forest. Sir Charlie doesn’t flinch when he meets the beasties, or the dragon, or the wily witch, but when he comes across the princess, he realises he’s met his match!
Kristina Stephenson
Kristina Stephenson was born in the desert and by the age of two she was very good at building sand castles.  As a child she loved making up stories and making a mess with paper, paints and glue. She still does, although now she clears up the chaos herself. After school she trained as a set and costume designer and had a successful career in theatre and Children’s Television until she had her children. Wanting to stay at home with them she turned her hand to illustration, working at night in an attic in a house in London (it was a very nice attic) where she illustrated many non- fiction books. Inspired to write her first picture book by her son Charlie (who does not have Stinky Socks), she showed it to a friend in the book trade. Thankfully for us he recommended that she send it to Egmont. With a change in artwork style, the bold, brave Sir Charlie Stinky Socks embarked on the first of his many really big adventures.
Kristina now lives in Wiltshire with her husband, who is a musician, her daughter, her son, a dog, two cats and a tortoise.  She juggles work with family life in a busy, bustling house without an attic – now she writes in an old turquoise VW camper van called BRU. She loves her work but she still loves the theatre and she’s not as shy as she used to be, so … who knows.
CHRISTMAS TIME IS OVER!!!! SNIF!
But it is time for more stories!
So the best way to start school again is by choosing the book we want Marta to read to us.
We had four otions: Cave Baby by Emily Gravett; Spells by Emily Gravett; Butterflies in my stomach by Serge Bloch or Dirty Bertie by David Roberts.
And finally the winner was: Dirty Bertie by David Roberts.
Bertie's personal hygiene leaves a lot to be desired. He eats candy off the floor. He picks his nose. He gives the dog a furry lick hello. "No, Bertie! That's dirty, Bertie!" says his disgusted yet caring family. Will Bertie ever stop being so gross?
David Roberts's hilarious illustrations and wacky-yet-wise story will have young readers laughing out loud--and promising never to be "dirty Bertie" again!
David Roberts is a British children's illustrator. He has illustrated a large number of books in both black and white and colour. His black and white work mainly features in books for older readers and he has worked with such well-known authors.
David Roberts also produces works for younger readers in picture book format. His most notable works being those for acclaimed children's author, and current Children's LaureateJulia Donaldson (Tyrannosaurus DripThe Troll and most recently Jack and the Flum Flum Tree).Roberts is also the creator of the Dirty Bertie character who first appeared in two books penned by Roberts himself, Dirty Bertie in 2002 and Pooh! Is That You, Bertie? in 2004.
It is Halloween time!!!!!
We read a book called Meg and Mog!
This week I read a children’s picture book called Meg and Mog by
 Helen Nicoll and Jan Pienkowski. Meg and Mog are a series of 
books, which are about a witch called Meg and her cat called Mog. 
The book is about Meg planning going to a spell-making Halloween 
party with all the other witches, however unfortunately the spell 
does not go to plan and all the other witches turn into mice.
The illustration within the book is quite simple, bold and uses deep 
colours, as they are designed specifically to appeal to young 
children. The language used in ‘Meg and Mog’ is very simple, with 
only having short sentences on each page. This allows the 
illustrations to play a significant part in storytelling and creating 
meaning for the children.   
Helen Nicolle

Helen Nicoll, who has died aged 73, inspired generations of children with her hugely-successful series of books featuring Meg and Mog, the plots for which she dreamed up in a service station on the M4; later she became an audiobook entrepreneur.

Jan Pieńkowski was born in Warsaw in 1936. His family were architects and artists. He made his first book when he was 8, as a present for his father. It was all about road rage - but featuring a horse and cart. The war made his childhood an adventure, if not a very comfortable one at times, taking him from Poland to Austria, Germany, Italy and finally bringing him in 1946 to England. With his parents, he came to Herefordshire, where he had two new experiences - going to school for the first time and learning English. Later, he went to The Cardinal Vaughan School in London and then to King's College, Cambridge, where he read Classics and English - and managed to find time for a lot of posters and stage design.
And we took some pictures in front of the Halloween corner!!!!

The Planetes class did two different activities: We had the photo frame pictures  and we did different halloween silhouettes with wool. Wool Skeleton

Here is an easy skeleton craft for Halloween using just a few simple bits and pieces from around the house.
Wool Skeleton for Kids to Make
You will need:
White wool
Black paper
Glue
Instructions:
Simply paint the shape of a skeleton on your paper with glue. Now cut lengths of wool and stick these on as your bones.
To make the skull, wrap the wool four times around two of your fingers and snip off. Slide the roll of wool off your fingers, flatten out and glue in place.
They also decorated a photo frame that I gave them and they stack their picture.
Two weeks ago we learned about where do Meerkats live. They live in the Kalahari desert in Africa!
Where do Meerkats live and
what is it like there?
Can you find Botswana? Here you will find the Kalahari Desert.
     
How do you imagine a desert?
Are there plants???Is it hot? Or cold? Are there animals??
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Circle the picture that is a desert.

HOW DO THEY LOOK LIKE?????
Meerkats length is 30 cm tall.
Meerkats colour is greyish, with dark eye patches, dark ears and dark bands across meerkats back.
SPECIAL ADAPTATIONS
Their long tail is used as a third leg.
Sharp claws on fingers to dig burrows
Sensory whiskers to tell if danger is coming.
CAN YOU DRAW A MEERKAT?
                                                                         
                    MEERKATS EAT
WORMS    SCORPIONS   SNAKES    LIZARDS   BIRDS   EGGS

THEIR PREDATORS ARE:

BADGERS            MARTIAL EAGLES        JACKAL

We wrote how we think a desert is like, what do Meerkats eat and who are treir predators.
 
We discovered a very funny book called 
Play Zoo
Take a walk on the wild side with this interactive, pop-up-and-play adventure
Let’s go to the zoo! See prowling polar bears, take a jungle tour with tigers, and feed giraffes as you find out all about their amazing lives.
Play the ‘find-my-home’ game and discover all about animals' natural habitats. Then take out the 18 animal play pieces and create your own adventure in the spectacular pop-up scene.
 

We also got information from another book called:  Children's Planet Earth Encyclopedia!

We had pictures of different animals on the table. Marta read definitions and we had to catch the photo of the animals she was talking about.
L LIVE IN HOT, DRY LANDS.
I MOVE VERY QUIETLY.
I INJECT POISON INTO MY PREY....
WHAT AM I??

Finally we made a poster with all the information we've learnt about Meerkats!!!
This week we had our first English class.
We read an amazing book called Meerkat mail. It is about a meerkat.
Sunny the meerkat lives with his enormous family in the Kalahari desert. They are all very close . . . so close, in fact, that one day Sunny decides he's had enough and packs his bags. He's off to visit his mongoose cousins. But from the watery world of the Marsh Mongoose to the nocturnal lifestyle of the Malagasy Mongoose, Sunny just doesn't fit in. And who's that shadowy figure who seems to be following him around? A brilliant picture book from the winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal.
We saw loads of pictures about the "Barcelona's Bestiari"
We had to observe them a lot because in the Arts and Craft class we had to moulder the clay and to creat the "Barcelona's Bestiari"
Next week we will paint them. They are soooooo good at mouldeling! You'll see!!
WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL PLANETES!!!
Next week we will start our English lessons!!! See you soon!
 
WE HAVE SEEN THE VIDEO
PAPA PLEASE GET THE MOON FOR ME!
AND THIS IS OUR WORK
        DO YOU LIKE IT?
PLANETES!!!
LLÚDRIGUES CLASS IS WAITING FOR YOU TO SHAKE YOUR BODY ALL TOGETHER
Y0UR HAND, YOUR FOOT, YOUR HEAD, YOUR NOSE, YOUR EYES,....
IN AND OUT 
 
 

DO YOU LIKE WITCHES?
ARE YOU AFRAID OF WITCHES?
IF HER NAME IS WINNIE THE WITCH I'M SURE YOU ARE NOT SCARED!
PLANETS CLASS ACROSS THE UNIVERSE!!!!
 
 
  
P5
HEAD AND SHOULDERS, KNEES AND TOES
  What about to sing pat- a- cake with mummy and daddy?
GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS
ENJOY IT !
A CHRISTMAS SONG FOR YOU!!!
THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR

The Picots class came to see how we did the pumpkins – Santi Pingüins

25 comments:

  1. The Picots class masks were brilliant!

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  2. That's true Oriol!! I really liked them too!

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  3. The Picots class came to the Pingüins class to see the pumpkins.

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  4. Precisly Pau! They were sorprised!! You really did a great job with the pumpkins

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  5. Ups! Sorry I wrote sorprised but the correct spelling is surprised! And I wrote Precisly instead of precisely! Sorry again!

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  6. nerea (pingüins)4 November 2011 at 21:12

    the pumkins were very beautiful!!!

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  7. I agree Nerea! It was difficult but you really did a great job

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  8. You came to the penguin class and saw how we made the pumpkins!

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  9. Very goog Picots! Brilliant masks!!

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  10. I really like seeing so many congrats for Picots from you! Thanks they'll be very happy!!

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  11. The pumkins were very beautiful!!!

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  12. very well by chewing,

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  13. The Picot's class made beautiful masks! Congratulations Picots!

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  14. Yes they did!! I really think they're great! Thanks Júlia.

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  15. PICOTS Very very nice masks!!

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  16. That's true Bruno!!
    Thanks!

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  17. hello,picots the masks are very nice.

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  18. That's so nice Nil!!!!
    I do think so!

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  19. VERY VERY GOOD these masks.

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  20. I AM LOLA B. AND I WANT A VIDEO FOR THE PICOTS BLOG. THANKS

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  21. Ok Lola next weekend!!! Thanks!! Good night and see you tomorrow

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  22. David 6è
    Hello Planetes, how are you??

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  23. I really like the song Rudolf

    Amber

    Panteres

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  24. Hello Planetes! We have the best school in the world!
    Gerard Marsupilamis

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