lunes, 7 de noviembre de 2016

Natural Science 5th - Living Things Trivia Contest

These are the questions for the trivia contest of unit 2:

  1. Write the names of the five kingdoms of living things:

  1. Write three characteristics of:
  • Animal kingdom ________________________

  1. Write three characteristics of:
  • Plant kingdom ________________________
  1. Write three characteristics of:
  • Fungi kingdom ________________________
  1. Write three characteristics of:
  • Protista kingdom ______________________
  1. Write three characteristics of:
  • Monera kingdom ______________________
  1. Write the name of the five groups of vertebrate animals

  1. In which two groups is animal kingdom divided?
  1. Are mammals oviparous? Explain

  1. How do fish breathe?

  1. Give me two examples of aquatic mammals
  1. Write the name of the six groups of invertebrates
  1. Give me an example of echinoderm

  1. Write the name of the two groups in the plant kingdom

  1. Write the name of the two groups of non-flowering plants

  1. How do non-flowering plants reproduce?

  1. Which are bigger mosses or ferns?

  1. Write the name of the two groups of seed-producing plants

  1. What is the difference between evergreen and decidious trees?

  1. Give me an example of angiosperm and gymnosperm plants


viernes, 4 de noviembre de 2016

Natural Science 5th - Living Things

This is a very good presentation made by teacher Miguel using mindmeister. Use it for studying!!!


In this link you are going to see a video about the five kingdoms and afterwards you can take a test to see how much you know about them. You can also sing with a karaoke!!


English 5th - Phonetics

Check if you are able to guess these animals written with the phonetic symbols:


This is an online activity to practice between two different sounds /ʌ/ and /æ/



English 3rd & 4th - "Was" or "were" (Past Simple of To Be)

This is a link to the story of The Bulls and The Lion. You have to fill in the gaps using "was" or "were".
REMEMBER: "WAS" is for I, he, she or it. "WERE" is for you and plural forms (we, you and they)