miércoles, 8 de noviembre de 2017

Healthy choices, healthy life

Take a look to the following Power Point Presentation to learn about Cells, Tissues, Organs and Systems. With this you will be able to work on your booklet. Enjoy!


viernes, 3 de noviembre de 2017


There are many different ways to represent fractions...

Sources: http://www.nextvista.org/put-a-fraction-on-a-number-line/

lunes, 23 de octubre de 2017

Violeta Parra

As you all know this year we celebrate the 100th birthday of Violeta Parra.
Following you will find some interesting webpages where you can learn some facts about her life and artwork.

Biography (English)

Biography (Spanish)

Here you can listen to some of her songs.

Here there´s a tribute done for Violeta´s 100th birthday celebration from Argentinian musicians at Colon Theatre, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2017.

After reading and learning of Violeta Parra...

Write down a paragraph answering the following questions:

a.                               -     When was she born? Where? What is her nationality?
-          What can you say about her childhood?
-          Why did she go to Paris when she was young?
-          When did she die? Where?
b.      Mention the different ways she used to express herself.
c.       What was Violeta Parra´s contribution to the country and to the world?
d.      What´s your opinion about this great artist?
e.       How do you relate Violeta Parra to the Central Idea of “Expressing ourselves”?

jueves, 19 de octubre de 2017

Metric conversions

Can you build a shed?
You need to convert some millimeters,centimeters,meters to do it. Can you?
Click on the image to begin.


Click on the pictures to make some exercises of Perimeter of polygons.

In the following link click on this symbol to start a new quiz on perimeter.

jueves, 12 de octubre de 2017

Abstract Art

The Abstract Art movement took place in the United States. In its purest form, Abstract Art has no subject. It is just lines, shapes, and colors. The Abstract Art movement is called Abstract Expressionism because, although the art has no subject, it is still trying to convey some kind of emotion.

The main characteristic of abstract art is that it has no recognizable subject. Some Abstract Artists had theories on the emotions that were caused by certain colors and shapes. They planned out their seemingly random paintings to the last detail. Other Abstract Artists painted with emotion and randomness hoping to capture their emotion and subconscious thoughts on the canvas. 

Composition II in Red, Blue and Yellow.
Pierre Mondrian 1930.

Pop Art

Pop Art is art made from commercial items and cultural icons such as product labels, advertisements, and movie stars. In a way, Pop Art was a reaction to the seriousness of Abstract Expressionist Art. 

Pop Art is meant to be fun. 

Pop Art uses images and icons that are popular in the modern world. This includes famous celebrities like movie stars and rock stars, commercial items like soup cans and soft drinks, comic books, and any other items that are popular in the commercial world. There are a number of ways that artists use these items to create art such as repeating the item over and over again, changing the color or texture of the item, and putting different items together to make a picture. 

Optic Art

Op / Optic / Optical art are term used to described certain paintings made primarily in the 1960s which exploit the fallibilty of the eye through the use of optical illusions.
Op art works are usually abstract, with many of the better known pieces made in only black and white. When the viewer looks at them, the impression is given of movement, flashing and vibration, or alternatively of swelling or warping.


Surrealism began as a philosophical movement that said the way to find truth in the world was through the subconscious mind and dreams, rather than through logical thought. The movement included many artists, poets, and writers who expressed their theories in their work. 

Surrealism images explored the subconscious areas of the mind. The artwork often made little sense as it was usually trying to depict a dream or random thoughts. 


Cubism was an innovative art movement pioneered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. In Cubism, artists began to look at subjects in new ways in an effort to depict three-dimensions on a flat canvas. They would break up the subject into many different shapes and then repaint it from different angles. Cubism paved the way for many different modern movements of art in the 20th century.