17 maja 2018

W DESZCZU, czyli słownictwo na prawdziwie angielską pogodę

W trakcie deszczowej pogody nie ma czasu na nudę. Mokre krople na czole, skoki w kałużach oraz poszukiwanie tęczy to frajda dla każdego malucha. Dziś o zabawach na zewnątrz! Sprawdźcie słownictwo przydatne przy prawdziwie angielskiej pogodzie:



  1. It's likely to rain today. The clouds are dark and heavy with water.
  2. It's tipping down/bucketing down(BrE) /lashing(BrE) (leje jak z cebra). Let's find a shelter!
  3. It's raining cat and dogs! (idiom)
  4. Remember to unfold/open your umbrella as soon as we get outside. Otherwise, you'll be soaking wet/drenched.
  5. Oh no! The wind is so strong, it blows the umbrella inside out!
  6. You can furl the umbrella now, it's not rainy anymore.
  7. Let's splash/splish-splash through the puddles.
  8. The rain is light, in fact it's just drizzling/spitting.
  9. The rainfall is heavy, we can expect a downpour.
  10. Your hair is slightly damp, why did you take the hood off?
  11. After a rainfall, there's a drip-drop which finally ends in silence.

Dodatkowe słownictwo, najczęściej słyszane podczas PROGNOZY POGODY:
  1. The city experienced torrential rain in the morning. (v.heavy)
  2. There'll be scattered showers all over the country. (on and off rains)

W poszukiwaniu TĘCZY:
  1. You can find a rainbow across the sky when it's sunny and rainy at the same time.
  2. What are rainbows made of? Light from the sun! It bounces off raindrops and splits into rainbow stripes.
  3. The rainbow stripes are always the same. They're red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.
  4. When you're looking at a rainbow, the sun is always behind you.
  5. We cannot get closer to the rainbow, because it appears to move away.
  6. Some stories say there's treasure at the end of a rainbow. But you can never reach the end to find out!
  7. Do you know it's possible to make a rainbow? We can try to make it on a sunny day. We'll make sure the sun is behind us. And then, we'll get a garden hose and squirt a fine spray of water. 




Deszcz za oknem? Świetnie! Poniżej znajdziecie AKTYWNOŚCI, w które można zaangażować dzieciaki podczas deszczowej pogody, rozwijając ich wiedzę o świecie, zaspokajając ciekawość i szlifując język angielski!

  1. Let's go on a worm hunt! When it's wet, the worms move towards the surface of the soil. Can you spot any of them? Let's move the rocks!
  2. The rain makes a different sound when it hits a window, a fence and a puddle. Let's compare the sounds! Which sound is very quiet? And which is much louder?
  3. You have your rubber boots/wellingtons on so you can jump in puddles! Enough of jumping? Try to gallop, hop, skip and run though them!
  4. Now, let's create ripples and swirls in the puddle! First, stand still. And then, move your feet and observe the water. You can also plop a pebble into a puddle and watch the rings it makes. 
  5. Look, if you stand still in the puddle and look down, you can see your reflection. What happens to it when you jump? It gets blurred!
  6. Can you catch a raindrop on your hand or nose?
  7. There is a huge muddy puddle. Let's try to hide our feet in the mud. Will the mud cover our boots?
  8. Let's search for a rainbow! Can you see one in the sky?

Na koniec jedna z klasycznych angielskich piosenek o deszczu:



Do usłyszenia wkrótce!
Kornelia

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