The Very Hungry Caterpillar Song

One of the favorite authors in preschool classrooms is Eric Carle. His colorful illustrations and simple text make these books fun to read again and again.


The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a very special book!  It’s simple, engaging story and beautiful illustrations capture the imagination and inspire all sorts of creative learning activities. You can use this book to teach many different things: Life cycle of the butterfly, days of the week, food categories, healthy eating habits, counting and many more.

Young children can “read” this books for themselves, too, after hearing or singing it a few times .Here you have our “Caterpillar Song”:


Say “Hello!”

Say “Hello!” to classmates, parents, and friends  with this original hello song from Super Simple Songs.

Saúda aos teus compañeiros, aos teus pais e amigos con esta orixinal canción .

This super simple goodbye song is great for ending any class or play session. It’s very easy to sing along with and learn through gestures, and it ends with 45 seconds of instrumental music to play as children leave the classroom.

Esta canción é fenomenal para rematar calquera sesión pois é moi doada de prender gracias aos xestos que acompañan a letra.

Happy birthday

Gogo’s five years old….and you….How old are you? Let’s learn the numbers from 1 to ten with Gogo.

How old are you? song by Genkienglish is a popular song amongst little kids. They love jumping and moving  while they sing it. Why don’t you try it with this mini lesson?


Check out how these children enjoy it!

Mingle game is a fun way to practise the question “How old are you?” with little kids.

Children have to mingle together and when the chant finishes everybody asks a kid How old are you? . The child responds and everybody has to get into groups of that number and sit down.Take a look at this video.

The First Day of Winter

índiceLast Friday, we could see the first snowflakes falling down. It was an amazing and freezing day!!! So, I decided to take the opportunity to present  a new book called “The first day of winter” by Denise Fleming to my kindergarteners which helps us review numbers and colours and introduce some winter clothings.

O venres pasado, puidemos ver as primeiras folerpas de neve. Foi un día incrible e xeado!! Asi que , decidín aproveitar a oportunidade para presentar aos nenos de infantil un novo conto titulado “O primeiro día do inverno”, da autora Denise Fleming, o cal nos permita repasar os números a as cores e presentar algunhas palabras relacionadas coa roupa do inverno.


And here you have a funny song to warm a cold day of winter.Enjoy it!


Here’s a super cute and easy homemade Christmas ornament for the kids to make.You can try them at home!

Aqui vos deixo un adorable e doado adorno para decorar a árbore en Nadal que podedes facer na casa cos vosos cativos.


This last  week we used popsicle sticks to make some Christmas  ornaments. We have already  used popsicle sticks to make different art craft before but this time we made ornaments shaped like a Christmas tree and a star!


Esta derradeira semana usamos palitos de madera para realizar adornos de Nadal. Algunhas veces  empregamos este material para realizar diferentes manualidades pero, neste caso, realizamos adornos con forma de árbore de Nadal e de estrela.

Materials for Popsicle Stick Christmas  Ornaments
  • Colored popsicle sticks (or you can paint regular popsicle sticks green and red)
  • Hot glue gun
  • String
  • Scissors
  • Paper
  • Crayons
  • Liquid glue and/or tape
  • Other embellishments (ribbon, glitter,stikers,  etc.)
Os materiales necesarios para realizar esta manualidade son os seguintes:
  • Palillos de madera de cores (ou ben podédelos pintar con témpera)
  • Pegamento quente( Podedes utilizar pegamento normal pero tardará máis en secar)
  • Lazo ou corda.
  • Tixeiras, papel e ceras.
  • Outros materiais para decorar a manualidade( purpurina, pegatinas, lazos,…)

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Directions for Popsicle Stick Christmas  Ornaments

1. Glue three green popsicle sticks into a triangle using a hot glue gun. We need two triangles to make a star.

2.Cut another small piece of string to make a loop for hanging. Glue or tape this to the top back of your ornament.

3. Add any embellishments. I added  little golden or silver stars and a big one on the top of our trees.


1. Pegar tres palillos formando un triángulo con pegamento quente.

2. Cortar un trozo de lazo ou corda e pegalo por detrás da  parte superior do triángulo para poder colgalo.

3. Decoralo con purpurina, pegatinas,… Nos engadimos unha estrela grande na parte superior da árbore.

We hope you like it!