LEARNING BY DOING. Hand stitching techniques; Simegraphy on Easter decorations; Nutrition; Canva or WordArt

READING ROOM. The solo exhibition “OPEN YOUR TREASURE BOX “from home







Erasmus Days 2020 event creating crosswords and sharing them with the other students online.


Last week our 6th graders had integrated English and Technologies lessons. Martenitsa the Bulgarian festival and traditions were introduced to the students during the English lessons and the students made the typical handmade Martenitsa bracelets.

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Senamiestis School (Lt). The 6th grade students were introduced the Turkish traditions (Ramadan) during their English lessons.


Plunge Senamiestis School, Lithuania. During lessons we discussed about Portuguese culture snd traditions. We tried to find the similarities and differences of celebrating the Ascention Day in Portugal and Lithuania. The students made acrostics based on the words related to the plants (and their meanings) that are symbols of this feast


LITHUANIAN TRADITIONS: MIDSUMMER. Plungė Senamiestis School, Lithuania.

LITHUANIAN TRADITIONS: St. John's Day (Herbs and Wreaths)

Plunge Senamiestis School, LITHUANIA. Some impressions and memories from the project meetings.


Sharing the project meeting impressions from Turkey and Portugal with the teachers of Senamiestis School (November 24, 2021)


GAME-BASED LEARNING. Plunge Senamiestis School, Lithuania. ‘Bottle cap games’

Students enjoy taking a break from usual tasks. A great way to keep students busy is vocabulary building tasks with ABC letters on the bottle caps. Students must be divided into small groups and they get a cup of 20 bottle caps with different letters. They try to make as many words as they can in the limited time. They get additional points if the word contains more than 6 letters. Special tasks can be prepared: to find out the lessons topic keyword or to highlight the spelling of active words.


GAME-BASED LEARNING. Plunge Senamiestis School, Lithuania. ‘I have never...’

All students in the class should start this activity holding five fingers in the air (you can use less fingers to do this more quickly). The student who goes first tells the class one thing that he/she has never done. The students who have done that activity should put a finger down, and tell the class a story about this activity. A student is out of the game when all of their fingers are down.


GAME-BASED LEARNING. Plunge Senamiestis School, Lithuania. ‘Choose Your Victim’

This is a great way to make a Q &A session more “active”. Students stand in a circle. Give them a grammar point to practice through questions, for example, tell them to ask questions to practice Past Simple. First student asks a question with and tosses the ball to a classmate who must answer correctly to stay in the game and earn the right to ask a question. Those who make a mistake must leave the circle (or sit down).


GAME-BASED LEARNING. Plunge Senamiestis School, Lithuania. Integrated English and PE lesson. Turkish game "Thief"

GAME-BASED LEARNING. Plunge Senamiestis School, Lithuania. Drawing in a Team

The students are divided into teams and given a task sheet each. The game organiser (teacher) gives the sign to all the teams for the start. The red dot is the starting point. The group needs to decide which way to draw the lines from point to point. The team that finishes the drawing is the winner.


GAME-BASED LEARNING. Plunge Senamiestis School, Lithuania.

A Chair Dance

The chairs are put in the circle. The must be one chair fewer than there are the dances. When the music plays, everyone walks and dances around. When the music is stopped, everyone tries to sit on a chair. The person that has no chair to sit falls out of the game. Then one chair is taken away and the game continues until there’s one person sitting on one chair.