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Sardana

Posted on: April 21, 2009

We have celebrated the School Spring Festival Dances. 6th grade have danced a Sardana. The Sardana is a typical Catalan dance. Here you can see it. We can post a lot of e-postcards because we are very busy answering the quiz!!!

We also have danced another typical dance. Its name is  “Ball de bastons”. 

We wish you enjoy it.

Students 6th grade Salvador Espriu School Badalona.

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4 Responses to "Sardana"

Hi! Each time, when I look at your films from your school on this big, amazing hall, I can see so may children playing togehter fluently, in order. EG drinking chocolate, pirates, and others, that even that you are so large group, teachers and children cooperate so well.It is amazing, that everyone is organised, obedient, motivated, and wanting to play and work together.It is wonderful!Congatulations!

Hi! Each time, when I look at your films from your school on this big, amazing hall, I can see so may children playing togehter fluently, in order. EG drinking chocolate, pirates, and others, that even that you are so large group, teachers and children cooperate so well.It is amazing, that everyone is organised, obedient, motivated and wanting to play and work together! It is wonderful! Congratulations!

Hi.
I´m Lenka.
I like your dances.
They are very interesting.
You are very skilful.
Bye,bye

Hello.
My name is Martin.
I like your dances very much.

Bye,bye.

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