This term we have been learning words to describe our school, school subjects and materials we use at school. In Year 4, we have been discovering what subjects are thought in the school Colegio Luis Vives in Valencia, Spain.
We also discovered things about the school Escuela Primaria Saturnino Herrán in Ciudad de México (Mexico City), in Mexico.
We discover people at this school eat a lot of mortadella, salami and ham.
Ciudad de México, Mexico.
In Mexico, students bring their own lunches, but the school has a small cooperative (canteen) were fruit icicles, fruit drinks and typical foods are sold. Here is a picture of tostadas (hard flat tortillas) and tacos with different toppings.
We sent some pictures of the lunches we have at school and labelled them in Spanish for our friends to be able to read them:
We found out that the school year in Mexico and in Spain finished in June. We wish all the best to our new friends.