Se muestran los artículos pertenecientes a Diciembre de 2013.
Click here to see the table of the Rivers in Spain.
Click here to see the table of the types of Landscapes in Spain.
- Write down the names of the mountain ranges in the centre of the peninsula.
- Write down the names of the mountain ranges bordering the centre of the peninsula.
- Write down the names of the mountain ranges outside the centre of the peninsula.
- Which is the highest peak in Spain? Where is it located?
- Name the major rivers that flow into the Atlantic Ocean.
- Name the major rivers that flow into the Cantabrian Sea.
- Name the major rivers that flow into the Mediterranean Sea.
- Which two rivers have got extensive lowlands?
- What are the main characteristics of the rivers that flow into the Atlantic Ocean?
- Which rivers carry a constant volume of water? Explain why.
- Why do we need to create nature reserves?
- What is a humanized landscape? Is there another name for it?
- What types of plants can be found in the deciduous forest in Spain?
- Where do we typically find brown bears in Spain?
- What type of plants are heather and goose?
- In which type of landscape does the Iberian lynx live?
- What mammals can we see in Spain’s alpine landscapes?
- Why is there a variety of landscapes, vegetation and animal life in the Canary Islands?
- What is a plan of a place? What do we use it for?
- What is a map? What do we use it for?
Only 6 more days to Christmas!!!!!
1. Choose a Nature Reserve or National Park in Spain.
2. Search for information about the park in reference books and/or the Internet.
3. Make a poster in a piece of cardboard with the information about the park including:
- Name of the park.
- When it was named National Park or Nature Reserve.
- Physical relief.
- Bodies of water in the park or around it.
- Animal life.
- Interesting facts.
4. Decorate the poster with pictures of the landscape, vegetation and animal life of the park.
5. Don’t forget to be clean and neat.
6. Be ready to present it to your classmates!!
School is over till next year!!!
Have a wonderful Christmas Holidays!!!
Some of us love the season of winter - others hate it!
Whichever side you are on, you will find plenty of ideas for getting involved in the season below, including some great winter crafts, colouring pages and printables. And if you just want to stay inside and find something to do, why not check out the Games section for inspiration!
Learn about winter reading the Fast Facts below, and find lots of winter activities clicking on the link ...
1. Winter is one of the four seasons.
2. It begins on the Winter Solstice and ends on the Vernal Equinox.
3. Winter is the season with the shortest days and the lowest temperatures.
4. Wind chill can cause problems during the winter. Wind chill is the combination of wind and temperature and is based on the rate of heat loss from exposed skin.
5. When it is Winter in the Southern Hemisphere, it is Summer in the Northern Hemisphere. This occurs because the Southern Hemisphere is tilted away from the sun and the Northern Hemisphere faces the sun more directly because of the way the earth is tilting toward the sun.
6. Trees and plants stop growing in the winter.
7. Many animals hibernate or migrate away from the cold weather.
8. Christmas, Kwaanza, Hanukkah, New Year’s Day, Peace Day, Valentine’s Day and Ground Hog’s Day are all celebrated in the winter.
9. Ice and snow are associated with Winter in many places on the earth.
10. Besides snow, sleet, hail, and freezing rain are associated with winter.