Tag Archives: Greek

Apokries, Carnaval and Shrove Tuesday

While teaching a Spanish lesson on the months of the year a few months back, I pinned up a picture of a witch for “octubre”. One of the boys put his hand up and said that he found that confusing … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas

 

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How do they celebrate Christmas in Greece?

This is a guest post from Andrea Michael of Olive Translations. If there’s one thing the Greeks know how to do it’s celebrate an event in style and Christmas is no exception. The festivities begin before Christmas on 6th December … Continue reading

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Summer Reading

It’s the summer holidays. Hopefully everyone is enjoying the time off, but if you or your young ones are getting bored, why not have a look at these books? For KS1: Gobbolino the Witch’s Cat by Ursula Williams. This is … Continue reading

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