Enseñanza Bilingüe en Infantil y Primaria

5 nov. 2014

BONFIRE NIGHT 5TH NOVEMBER /Guy Fawkes Night


Fireworks Safety Code
Remember,remember
the 5th of November
gunpowder,treason and plot
I see no reason Why gunpowder treason
should ever be forgot.



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Words and vocabulary related with the 5th of November

The houses of Parliament
State Opening of Parliament
Westminster
coach
Mr Speaker
The Chamber of Lords
The house of commons
white wigs
Black Rod
The King (James I)
The Queen
A penny for the guy
fireworks
mulled cider
hot cider
marshmallows
stake
Bonfire
protestant
catholic
fire








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Chocolate Sparklers

Here is an original recipe for "fireworks" occasions such as Bonfire Night, Fourth of July and Canada Day.
You will need:
Chocolate finger biscuits
Small bowl of hot water
Small bowl of sugar strands (hundreds and thousands)
Greaseproof paper
Instructions:
Dip one end of a biscuit into the hot water and then into the sugar strands. Place on greaseproof paper and leave to set. Simple, quick and kids love them!
chocolate sparklers

Kitchen Foil Sparklers


These kitchen foil sparklers are fun to make and mould and make a satisfying "sparkly" noise when shaken! But be warned, they won't stand up to too much shaking...

You will need:

A rectangle of kitchen foil
Star stickers (optional)
Instructions:
  • Cut or rip carefully from one side of the rectangle of foil to the middle,  approximately every 1cm along the length, so that you end up with a fringe.
  • Carefully roll along the length.
  • Twist the solid end tight to keep it together.
  • Carefully separate out the cut ends.
  • If you like, embellish with some star stickers.
Kitchen foil sparklers, Bonfire Night crafts