We made this animal and want to know if you can guess what kind of animal it is?
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As you can see, white stork has a red beak and legs.
His feathers are mostly white.
Only at the backside he`s got black feathers!
Some of your drawings are a bang on!
Szymon was the sole expert of White stork in Poland.
Maite, Leire, Unax, Elisa, Ala and Maute from Spain are experts too!
Icelandic drawings were all awesome, but the closest version of a bird belongs to Rakel Viktoria!
Soon we will share with the desription of white storks!
This bird is called an Oystercatcher. Why do you think that is the bird’s name? The name in Icelandic is Tjaldur. One of the teacher has recently seen this bird and told us about it so we wanted to share this with you. Birgitta draw this picture of the bird for you to colour.
Picture for you to print: Oystercatcher
And these are the colours to use:
Yes, in the Cidacos Valley we have lots and lots of vultures. Here you can find one of the biggest colony in Europe of this kind of animal…
We are looking forward to seeing your pictures!!
Here´s the file for you to print this amazing animal. We´ll tell you more about it later.
It`s time for animals!
Here you can see the drawing of white stork.
It is a species of bird which finds Poland the best place for nesting.
We find them unique and try to preserve them as much as possible in Poland.
File for printing: bocian stork for printing
You know in Cidacos Valley we are 4 villages: Arnedillo, Enciso, Herce and Préjano.
We have selected one important building in each village for you to discover…!
This place is under a mountain sorrounded by pinetrees, it is very relaxing.
This place is connected with history but as you can see is very modern.
What you can find inside belongs to million years ago.
It is lots of fun! You´re invited to join us here!
People visit this place on Sunday and it´s made of bricks. The inside is beautiful!
This place is on top of a hill and there are fantastic views from here!
There are some beautiful buildings in our city.
Some of them played different role 100 years ago then they do nowadays.
Play our puzzle game and try to guess what are those buildings for…
What are these buildings for?
What kind of a building is this?
Now do the puzzles by choosing an image and take a guess or ask for more information by clicking the question!
This is not typical for Christmas but an important source of food in the history of Iceland. It is still eaten today preferably with some butter. What is it?
Here in Spain we´ve already sent something very special for you
and traditional food as well in our parcels.
Try to guess what this food is!
If you have any idea of what it can be, try to answer in our “Answer Garden”:
Here´s a good clue for you: our typical food is made with this…
Give it a try!