Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Number Rhymes

One is straight and high
as a lamppost with light.

Two is a red flamingo
the first even number: bingo!

Three like lettuce leaves
that say yum-yum, please.

Four with a bent leg
and the other like a peg.

Five is a rocking chair
with an awning in the air.

Six is a listening ear
to everything that is near.

Seven is an umbrella that is closed
with the handle that is posed.

Eight is an endless road
that comes and goes and is broad.

Nine is a fan with blades
that look like spades.

Zero is an oval ring
and inside is the begining.

.........................................
Now we start playing with two figures
in order, each with everyone, one by one.

Then comes the turn of the three figures in combination
and this is a complicated operation.

This magical game  never ends
as long as you can imagine: to infinity.
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from CATATRUX on Vimeo.






Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Black Cat Books

If you like to read
 you can choose 
some interesting book in 



Black Cat material "includes graded readers,
 grammar books, courses, exam books
 and cultural studies books,
 not only for the English language, 
but also for French, German, Spanish and Italian. 
And the range of support material includes
 audio-CDs, CD-ROMs, DVDs, 
IWB compatible material and more."






 

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Celebrations

 Each culture has several celebrations
When is coming the change of seasons
Let's give a nice welcome to winter or summer
with music, decorations and reunions.

As this joyful song
sung simultaneously
for boys and girls everywhere.


Celebration | Songs Around The World from Playing For Change on Vimeo.


With symmetries cut on paper
You can wrap a glass jar,
and if you put a candle inside
you have illuminated shapes out.




Let's give color to  the festivities
giving wings to creativity
with painted or wraped cartons
or lined with transparencies.

You can cut funny shapes
with silhouettes of various measures,
and hanging from mobile structures
adorned houses remain.