Feliz Navidad!

Here are the words for our Spanish Christmas song:

(Intro)

Feliz Navidad,
Feliz Navidad,
Feliz Navidad, prospero año y felicidad. 

Feliz Navidad,
Feliz Navidad,
Feliz Navidad, prospero año y felicidad.

I want to wish you a merry Christmas.
I want to wish you a merry Christmas.
I want to wish you a merry Christmas from the bottom of my heart.

I want to wish you a merry Christmas.
I want to wish you a merry Christmas.
I want to wish you a merry Christmas from the bottom of my heart.

(Instrumental)

Feliz Navidad,
Feliz Navidad,
Feliz Navidad, prospero año y felicidad.

Feliz Navidad,
Feliz Navidad,
Feliz Navidad, prospero año y felicidad.

I want to wish you a merry Christmas. (Merry, merry Christmas.)
I want to wish you a merry Christmas. (Merry, merry Christmas.)
I want to wish you a merry Christmas from the bottom of my heart.

I want to wish you a merry Christmas. (Merry, merry Christmas.)
I want to wish you a merry Christmas. (Merry, merry Christmas.)
I want to wish you a merry Christmas from the bottom of my heart.

Feliz Navidad,
Feliz Navidad,
Feliz Navidad, prospero año y felicidad.

 

Muscle power!

We tried to recreate how the arm works, using cardboard and rubber bands.  When you straighten out the arm, the muscles on top (biceps) stretch and the muscles under your arm (triceps) relax.  When you pull your hand to your shoulder, the triceps stretches and the bicep relaxes.

 

Paella!

We’ve been learning all about Spain so thought it’d be great to see how paella is made and taste it. We had a great time practising our Spanish whilst we ate this lovely traditional Spanish dish!

Stone Age workshop

Emily from the Discovery Centre came to visit us to help us understand more about the Stone Age. She was very impressed with the knowledge our class had on the different periods and what we knew about Sara Brae!

 

Making Stone Age Bread

3LT experienced making and tasting Stone Age bread!  They made it following a very simple recipe of stoneground wholemeal flour and water.  Some children loved the flavour whilst others thought the lack of salt and yeast made it too hard and plain.  Try it at home and see what you think of our ancestor’s food.