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Spooky creatures!

Project designed for Primary 2

Cristina Ramon Gallego Laura Rey Salvador Ricardo Jesus Martin Martin

Arts & Crafts

Music

English Language

Spooky creatures

Physical Education

Science

Objectives
Make an original monster using tempera paints. Improve painting techniques. Create secondary colours out of the three primary colours (yellow, blue and red)

Activities
Drawing and painting a monster. Making a monster puppet. Making a collective mural with the different monsters of a faraway planet.

Contents
Free drawing techniques The adequate use of different paintbrushes Colour mixtures

Activities
Simple oral descriptions of monsters. Collective reading: The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson. Picture dictation of two monsters; talk about the differences between the two picture dictation monsters. Easy matching activities like the example. Adapted drama representation based on The Gruffalo story. Classification of the puppets they have made according to different criteria.

Objectives
Introduce the vocabulary of fantastic creatures and of basic parts of the body. Develop the use of have(nt) got/has(nt) got. Practise the structure of both written and oral descriptive texts. Develop oral communication (listening and speaking).

Contents
Vocabulary: fantastic creatures: monster, alien, ghost, skeleton; basic parts of the body: head, eyes, nose, mouth, ears, arms, hands, body, legs: adjectives: tall/short/long, big/small, fat/thin. Vocabulary revision of colours and numbers. This isThis/That monster has got

Objectives
Identify the main bones, muscles and joints of the human body. Review the basic parts of the human body. Be aware of the importance of sport for a healthy life.

Contents
Bones: skull, sternum, ribs, humerus, radius, ulna, femur, fibia, tibia; muscles: triceps, biceps, abdomen; joints: neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hip, knees, ankles. Main parts of the human body: head, limbs, trunk. Sport tips and advices.

Activities
Label the parts of the body, the main bones, muscles and joints on several pictures. Match half sentences and/or words and pictures. TPR games. Identify bones in real X-rays.

Objectives
Identify the different parts of the body
(joints, muscles, bones) and know their function. Develop social skills. Foster oral communication. Be aware of the importance of sport for a healthy life.

Contents
Vocabulary related to the parts of the body (main joints, bones and muscles). Cultural awareness about Scotland and Loch Ness. Action verbs: run, jump, hop, walk, swim, fly, skip, crawl, roll.

Activities
Warm-up activities based on stretching, flexibility and bending. TPR activity with songs: We are jumping, Head, shoulders, knees and toes. Monster hunting game. Nessies in the loch game.

Objectives
Develop the sense of rhythm using parts of the body. Sing The scary skeleton with a proper rhythm, pronunciation and intonation. Appreciate music as a way to express feelings and emotions.

Contents
Actions: clapping, snapping, stamping your feet, clapping your hands on your legs, making noises with your tongue, hopping.

Song The scary skeleton.

Activities
Warm-up activities based on rhythm. Singing The scary skeleton (click). Dancing The scary skeleton following the song lyrics and the pace.

Self assesment : I can sheet. Student peer assessment: students talk about the work done by other classmates, so that they can learn from each other. Teacher assessment.

See you in Loch Ness!