Thursday, May 26, 2011


Summer is coming soon and it`s time to make summer plans. Summer is the season of long days and hot weather. Our students get a holiday during the summer months. This is a good time to go swimming, fishing or camping, have a picnic or just hang around with friends.

Our graduates Märt, Kelli, Silver and Talmo have made their plans for the summer.

"I`m going to my granny`s. Maybe, I`m going to work. I`m going swimming with my friends."
"In summer, I`m going to the Dance Festival in Tallinn. I`m also going to Finland with my classmates. We`re  going to visit Fazer. I`m going to visit my uncle in Pärnu and stay there for some days. In summer, I`m going to the work camp in Elva. I think, I`m going to visit my friends, too."
"First, I`m going to have a rest for a week. Then I`m going to visit my grandparents or friends. I`m going on a trip to Ahvenamaa, it`s a small island near Sweden. I like Sweden and Finland very much. I`m going to my relatives` because they have birthday parties. When holiday ends, I`m going to buy some stuff for school. And I`m going to study more English."

"My favourite season is summer. This summer I`m going to do a lot of sport. I`m going swimming, camping and gardening. I think I`m going to do a lot of activities."

Summer is a good time for animals, especially insects. Some of insects such as butterflies

 and fireflies look pretty in the gardens. Unfortunately, others, such as mosquitoes make a tasty treat out of people.


by Evaleen Stein

Look! Look down in the garden how

The firefly lights are flitting now!

A million tiny sparks I know

Flash through the pinks and golden-glow,

And I am very sure that all

Have come to light a fairy ball,

And if I could stay up I'd see

How gay the fairy folks can be!

Watch the video and sing along!


Monday, May 2, 2011


  1. When was Tallinn/London Zoo founded?
  2. What animal is the emblem of Tallinn Zoo?
  3. When does Tallinn/London Zoo open?
  4. When does Tallinn/ London Zoo close?
  5. On which days is Tallinn/ London Zoo closed?
  6. How much is the entrance fee for an adult inTallinn/ London Zoo?
  7. How much is the entrance fee for a child?
  8. What different parts of the zoo can you visit in Tallinn/London Zoo?
  9. How many different species are there in Tallinn/ London Zoo?
  10. Find Visitor rules and write down one rule which seems to be the most important for you.