This year we would like to build an enourmous Christmas Tree full of wishes for 2013. Would you like to help us? You only need to follow the steps described in the following slideshow presentation. We appreciate your participation.
We are honoured to share with you the Queen’s Christmas Broadcast for this year. This is already a tradition on this blog and this year is not going to be an exception. You can watch it below and read the transript here.
Do you enjoy watching King Juan Carlos‘ Christmas Broadcast? In which way is it different from the Queen’s? Do you think these kinds of messages are important or relevant? We would appreciate your answers.
If you want to know more about Christmas carols, then the website www.carols.org.uk is the website for you. On the same website you can also do a Christmas quiz and there is another quiz on the BBC website. But if you really like singing carols and other Christmas songs then visit the karaoke site tistheseasonto.be.
And here’s a Christmas joke:
- What’s the difference between the ordinary alphabet and the Christmas alphabet?
- The Christmas alphabet has Noel!
If you want to read more corny jokes then go to www.theholidayspot.com/christmas/jokes/.
To find out more about how Christmas is celebrated, Woodlands School in Kent, England has a fantastic website. I think it is the best website about British culture on the Internet. Click here to visit it.
Now there will be no excuse to say you were bored over the holiday. See you next year!
To learn something about traditions, then click here for the Woodlands Junior School in Kent. Their website is amazing and you can find out about British culture on it too. You can also do a Christmas quiz on the BBC website by clicking here.
If you want to sing more Christmas songs, then click here for the Christmas karaoke website http://tistheseasonto.be/. After listening to you sing last week, I’m sure you’ll enjoy practising a bit more!
However, if you prefer to dance, then click here (www.goear.com) for the music to the first Scottish dance we learnt. Can you teach it to your friends and relatives this Christmas? Happy Christmas and see you in 2011!
It’s become a classic for the English staff of this school. We know you were waiting for it and finally, here it is. Yes, it’s our famous Christmas message wishing you wonderful things for this time of the year and for the rest of it, of course.
This year our elves come directly from the beach. For those who don’t know the city of Santa María de Guía, there are many beaches around the area which are always busy with surfers. We have mixed surfers, elves and Christmas and this is the result. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did learning the choreography.