Publicaciones etiquetadas ‘Animals’

story about the sea

Flash story about the sea

This story shows the great variety of different animals we can find in the sea and how being all different they share the sea to live. Kids can learn this stoy at the same time they learn the vocabulary given, once learnt through practice they can take the role of the narrator and tell the story to others.

story about animals who am i

Flash story about animals who am i

This story helps to make predictions about animals through a short story. Children will enjoy listening or reading through this interactive story read or shared with the teacher or any member of the family.

padlet. geometric animals

Web padlet. geometric animals

This site is a wall where teachers or students can upload any image or link and organize it as they want using their own creativity. The example shown deals with animals but shown from geometry so students can analyze the different shapes used to create each animal. This is only an example of the many different uses we can give to this digital resource.


App abczoo

A very interesting way to promote the first steps of writing. Animas are and have always been am engine to motivate students towards learning. With this app students can start writing their names form very common animals to fantasy ones.

Britannica Kids: Endangered Species

App Britannica Kids: Endangered Species

Learn all about the endangered species of the world in the latest addition to the Britannica Kids series. This app offers a fun andengaging way to explore a very important subject. Discover the variety of plants and animals on earth through a wealth of amazing images (which you can email to friends), videos, games, and informative articles. As it’s from Encyclopaedia Britannica, you can be sure it’s appropriate and safe for the whole family

Animals 100 – real animals

App Animals 100 - real animals

Animals 100 is the best application for iPad, in high definition, existent in the App Store. Useful either for parents who wish to make their children discover the wildlife or for teachers who want to insert it as an alternative teaching tool, besides all the fans of this kind of game.

wwf together

App wwf together

Experience the world’s most amazing and endangered animals in one app – together. This interactive experience brings you closer to the stories of elephants, whales, rhinos and other fascinating species. Discover their lives and the work of WWF in a way you’ve never seen before. Try out “tiger vision,” stay as still as the polar bear during a hunt, and chop the panda’s bamboo. Explore the animals’ stories, then fold them up and share them with the world.

enchantedlearning.com animals

Web enchantedlearning.com animals

Have you ever wondered what to call a baby whale? Did you know that a male opossum is called a jack? If you want to know what to call a male, female, baby, or large group of an animal, then visit this site. You can also print out pictures of the animals to color!

the animals

Flash the animals

This game can be established as a competition in which children have to recognize the animals in order to get to the end using the less possible time and the less number of mistakes. It can also be played with no competition but just practice so the can practice the oral recognition of animals besides they have fun, it is also ideal to be shown to parents so they can play together at home.

bbc the little animals activity centre

Pizarra digital bbc the little animals activity centre

This site works in an interactive way on different aspects centered by the topic of animals which are really close to students´interest. Students can play on numbers and mathematical operations (addition and subtraction) on words, on reading or on creating among some other fields. It is ideal to be worked as a kind of competition in groups with the interactive board.


Herramienta de autor voicethread

Voicethread is a tool we can use in many different fields but for CLIL it is ideal since we can expand our practice home and it is a great element to arise curiosity and foster research in our students. One of the most interesting aspects is how collaborative this tool can be since once a presentation like this is done (as in the example) it can be given comments (oral or written) promoting interaction among students, families and teachers. In the example shown it is decribed an animal (the platipus) and then students can give their opinions at any time and share it with the family or other classmates.

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