Do you like picnics?
If you do, you would love the picnic organized in the middle of London last Sunday!
This is how the British celebrated Queen Elisabeth’s birthday:
As you remember, the Queen celebrates her birthday twice a year – in April and in June.
There were over ten thousand people celebrating with her at the picnic!
Would you like to be there as well?
Let me introduce to you a few new school bloggers
Here are their first blog posts:
Anne Skowronska, class 5a
Jacob Chwalik, class 5a
Nicole Knitter, class 5a
Martha Francuszkiewicz, class 5a
Victoria Slachcinska, class 5a
Which one do you like most?
I think they all are cool!
How to motivate yourself to learn and work hard?
Here are a few tips!
Which tip do you like most? Why?
P.S. Maria Sykuła (class 6B), Szymon Polus (class 6B), Marta Francuszkiewicz (class 5a), Dorota Suborska (class 6B) – thank you for your wonderful projects!
St. George’s Day was celebrated in Great Britain last weekend.
Do you know his story?
Look what Anne from class 5a knows about St. George:
Do you know the legend of St. George’s fight with a dragon?
Queen Elizabeth II is 90 years old today!
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She was born in London in 1926.
She married Prince Phillip in 1947.
They have four children: Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward.
She became a Queen of Great Britain on 2nd June 1953. She was 27 years old then.
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There are about 50 000 people visiting her every year. She receives at least 200 letters every day. She has visited about 117 countries so far. She was in Poland in March 1996. She still works every day!
(Fot. Annie Leibovitz /Getty Images)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, QUEEN ELIZABETH!!!
P.S. Do you know any interesting facts about Queen Elizabeth II’s life?
Take a look at how our 6th grade students learn and revise the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives:
Isn’t it an easy way to learn?
Which set of pictures do you like most?
Can you make a sentence using any of these forms of adjectives?