1.en.26 12th November outing to Anselm Turmeda school orchard

Hello, everyone!

I hope you are having a nice weekend. Well, last Friday the confusion with the school name, Son Anglada turned out to be Anselm Turmeda, ended up well, didn’t it?

I was really impressed by the orchard and the school. What about you?

The English task can be carried out as planned. You only need to answer  the questions about the Anselm Turmeda.  The preparatory task, which was to visit Son Anglada web page and take notes, you must keep it in your notebook. It was homework you had to do before the visit, so we’ll look at it and compare the two schools. We saw Anselm Turmeda in real life, Son Anglada we passed by it and we visited its web page.

Andrea sent me very nice pics and a couple of videos from the outing. Here you can see a selection while we wait to make a slide show.

Josep Perelló, the teacher responsible for the orchard, gave us ribbon plants “cintes” as a present. I hope you’ll take care of them.

HOMEWORK: Tuesday 16th

  • Remember that apart form the questionnaire that you had to complete after the outing, I added a new task while we were at the Anselm Turmeda computer room.
  • You have to make a list of  the  gardening tools you think are essential to keep an orchard. Look them up in a dictionary, check the pronunciation and write the translation in Catalan and Spanish.

You are already familiar with these two dictionaries.

a bilingual one: http://www.wordreference.com/es/

a monolingual: http://dictionary.reference.com/

Now, in order to help you with your task, you can check Merriam Webster visual dictionary on line. This dictionary includes pictures and there is a section on gardening tools that might be very helpful. You can also listen to the way the words are pronounced.

I have chosen an example for you.

Finally, if you want to keep your plant healthy, you might want to check information about “cintes” in this site

Plant Type: Perennial
Description: Rosettes of long leaves, usually with white longitudinal stripes, produce hanging stems of small white flowers followed by plantlets that root even as they hang from the parent.
  • Where are ribbon plants originally from?
  • How much water do they need?
  • Can they be kept outside and inside?

All this information can be found in the site.

Post your comments on the outing to the blog before Tuesday.

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64 Respostes to “1.en.26 12th November outing to Anselm Turmeda school orchard”

  1. tatidt Says:

    Wow, I’m the first one to comment! 8)

    Gardening tools:

    Scisors-Tijeras-Estissores

    Shovel-Pala-Pala

    Basket-Cesto-Senalla

    Hammer-Martillo-Martell

    Hose-Manguera-Mànega

    Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    They are from South Africa.

    How much water do they need?
    You have to use warm water and to keep always the soil moist.

    Can they be kept outside and inside?
    Well. it’s better to keep them inside a house or a greenhouse.

    • mloredo Says:

      Yes, Tatiana
      “but”, there is always a “but”, you did not make any comments on the outing, did you?
      Have a nice weekend!

  2. emil7234 Says:

    Maria , what I have to do ?
    In my home I have the same plant (but very much big ) , that in friday they gived to we.

  3. india16 Says:

    Where is the school? The school is in Son Roca, Son Ximelis, in La Vileta.
    What is the school like? The school is quite large, has a big playground, and has many classrooms. The school have few orchards and also a chicken coop. Ia painted with a yellow and brown paint.
    How many pupils are there? There are 80 pupils.
    Describe the building: The building is big and has a part in having a garden and a greenhouse, and then another part which is the school, where are the student.
    Compare the school with your former primary school: My former primary school is bigger than Anselm Turmeda, It have two floors, and a part where it have some pots with aloe vera. It have a bigger playground than Ansel Turmeda.
    How long have they had the orchard for? The have the orchard from 10 years.
    Who takes care of the orchard? The teachers and the students.
    Are all the students involved? Yes, all the students.
    What kind of crops do they grow? The grow different types of lettuce, chard, radishes, celery, cauliflowers, brocoly, cabbages…
    What do they do with the fruit and vegetables they grow? They bring them at home.
    What happens during vacation time? Who takes care of the orchard? The responsible of the orchard, and the neighbors.
    What did you like best about this experience? I like the orchard.
    Would you like to have a school orchard at the Ramon Llull? Yes I would like.
    Would that be possible? I think yes.
    Vocabulary:
    These are the questions I asked : Who takes care of the orchard, during the vacation time? If the compost was artificial or no?
    Vocabulary: chard, dibble, hoe, chicken coop, greenhouse…

    Gardening tools:
    Scisors-Tijeras-Estissores
    Shovel-Pala-Pala
    Dibble-Plantador-Plantador
    Hammer-Martillo-Martell
    Hose-Manguera-Mànega
    Hoe-Azada-Aixada
    The ribbon plants:
    They are from South Africa, they nedd low humidity, its better if you have it inside the house or a greenhouse.

    • sarah789 Says:

      Lovepreet, there are 180 pupils not 80 🙂

    • india16 Says:

      My former primary school was CP Santa Catalina.
      St. Catalina compared with Anselm Turmeda has not many diferences.
      Both of them had two storeis, and both of them are big.
      Each class of my school had 3 or 4 windows, and Anselm Turmeda had not many.
      Anselm Turmeda had only one entrance, but my school had 2 entrances…
      The playground of my former school is bigger than the playground of Anselm Turmeda.

    • india16 Says:

      I have mistakes with have, and is had.,

  4. Rodrigo Deus Says:

    Gardening tools:
    Gardening gloves – Guantes de jardinería – Guants de jardineria.
    Rake – Rastrillo – Rasclet
    Seeder – Sembrador – Sembrador
    Scyth – Guadaña – Dalla

    They are from Africa.
    You have to use warm water and to keep always the soil moist.
    Is better to keep them inside a house.

  5. angelblanchv Says:

    Tools:
    -martell-hammer-martillo
    -punxó-punch-punxo
    -granera-broom-escoba
    -rasclet-rake-rastrillo
    -guants-gloves-guantes
    -càvec-hoe-azón
    -carretó-truck-carretilla
    -mànega-hose-manguera
    -corda-rope-cuerda
    -fusta-wood-madera
    They are from South Africa.
    They need warm water and to have soil moist.
    Is good that they go outside the house to have a ggod clima.

    • angelblanchvallespir Says:

      My primary school, Eugenio Lopez, was a four storey building and Anselm Turmeda is a two storey building. My fomer school hat trees too but they were not for having fruits, they were only to decoration.
      The inside part of tha schools, where very similar, the colours, the windows, the paintings… the colours were: white and orange. The windows of the Eugenio Lopez were made up of iron and the other one are made of wood.
      The playground of my former school was bigger and my primary school hat no orchart.

  6. pepe1997 Says:

    rake-rastillo-rasclet
    rope-cuerda-corda
    seeder-sembrador-sembrador
    stick-palo-pal
    watering can-regadora-regadora
    spade-pala-pala
    punch-punxo-punxo
    to fertilez-abono-abon
    seeds-semillas-semilles
    hammer-martillo-martell
    They are from South Africa.
    He need worm water and the grou damp.
    Ouside the house for the sunlight and the temperatur is better and because rain and and you no need toxater the plant.

  7. Peptoni Font Says:

    Gardening tools:

    Rake – Rampins/Rastrillo
    Scissors – Tisores/Tijeras
    Trowel – Pala/Pala
    Watering can – Regadora/Regadera
    Wheelbarrow – Carretilla/Carretilla
    Basket – Senalla/Espuerta
    Hoe – Aixasa/Azada
    Compost bin – Compost/Compuesto
    Dibble – Plantador/Plantador
    Gardening gloves – Guants/Guantes

    • Peptoni Font Says:

      1) Where are ribbon plants originally from?
      They are from South Africa.
      2) How much water do they need?
      They need quiet warm water and to have soil moist.
      3) Can they be kept outside and inside?
      Outside the house, because in Enselm Turmeda the ribbon plants are in the outside, with natural temperature.

      • Peptoni Font Says:

        I think the outing went very well. Pep Perelló and the director told us things very well. The most liked in the outing was the orchard of the school and also the landscape of this district was very nice.

    • Peptoni Font Says:

      My former primary school was CP Son Pisà, is has bigger than Anselm Turmeda. Son Pisà has got white facade and Anselm Turmeda has got brown facade. The classes in Anselm Turmeda were decorated with children’s work, in my school too. Also there are more windows in Son Pisà that Anselm Turmeda and has one entrance, but my primary school has 3 entrances. Son Pisà is a 3 storey building.
      My school has 9 courses of childhood education and 18 of primary. There are more students (650) than Anselm Turmeda (180).
      The courtyards has the same things that Anselm Turmeda (basketball, football and voleyball courts).
      In my School we don’t have any orchards. Only a small garden.

  8. andrea199762 Says:

    -martell-hammer-martillo
    -punxó-punch-punxo
    -rasclet-rake-rastrillo
    -guants-gloves-guantes
    -carretó-truck-carretilla
    -mànega-hose-manguera
    -corda-rope-cuerda
    -fusta-wood-madera
    rake-rastillo-rasclet
    rope-cuerda-corda
    seeder-sembrador-sembrador
    stick-palo-pal
    watering can-regadora-regadora
    spade-pala-pala
    to fertilez-abono-abon
    hammer-martillo-martell

    They are from South Africa.
    They need warm water and to have soil moist.
    Is good that they go outside the house to have a ggod clima.

    • andrea199762 Says:

      I describe a rake.
      Is a tool, is not very big and people used to prepare the orchard, and plant the seeds. It’s shaped like a fork.

  9. aina tous Says:

    Tools:
    -Basket-Cesto-Senalla
    -Hammer-Martillo-Martell
    -Hose-Manguera-Mànega
    -Rope-cuerda-corda
    -Hammer-martillo-martell
    -Broom-escoba-granera
    -Rake-rastrillo-rasclet

    Ribbon plant:
    -They are from Africa.
    -They need warm water and to have soil moist.
    – It’s better to keep them inside a house or a greenhouse.

    Comment:
    -The outing was very good. I like very much, because we could learned about a real orchad and we could saw other habits of other schools.

    • aina tous Says:

      Sorry, I repeated two times the word “hammer”.

      • aina tous Says:

        My former primary school is Son Piza. Anselm Turmeda is very different, because It is in the countryside and has a lot to do with nature and animals.
        Son Piza has a white walls, has three big playground, four stories and lot of windows.
        Anselm Turmeda It’s painted a salmon colour outside and has only one playground, but It has a small area for hens. It has only 180 pupils.
        Anselm Turmeda is older than Son Piza.
        Son Piza is bigger than Anselm Turmeda.
        The two schools are low and flat.

  10. philline Says:

    Mànega – Manguera – Hose
    Martell – martillo – hammer
    Guants – Guantes – Gloves
    Regadera – regadora – watering can
    Senalla – Cesta – Basket
    Carretó -Carretilla – Wheelbarrow
    Aixada – Azada -Hoe
    Pala – Pala – Shovel
    Rasclet – Rastrillo – Rake
    Corda – Cuerda – Rope

    Ribbon Plants: They are from South Africa, they need warm water and it’s better to keep them inside the house.

    The outing is was very good but it was a little far from Ramon Llull. Now I know that is possible take care of plants with little kids.

    • philline Says:

      My former primary school was CP Genova, I think Anselm Turmeda is a little much bigger than Genova. We also have a little orchard but with not so many plants.
      The playground of Genova is bigger than Anselm Turmeda playground, Genova is a 2 storey building like Anselm Turmeda. My former school have two colors: White and salmon color.
      Genova has two entrances and also like Anselm Turmeda we have paintings in the walls.
      In Genova(I think the information of Jilin is correct) there are about 170 pupils.

  11. xiskete Says:

    Tools:
    Hammer-Martillo-Martell.
    Broom-escoba-granera.
    Truck-carretilla-carretó.
    Gloves–guantes-guants.
    Rake-rastillo-rasclet.
    Hose-Manguera-Mànega.

    The ribbon:
    There are from Africa.
    They need warm water and to have soil moist.
    Its more good you have the plant inside you house or greenhouse.

    I like the outing because the orchard inside one school is very funny. There are many types of plants.

  12. emil7234 Says:

    English Castellano Català

    dibble plantador plantador
    seeder sembradora sembradora
    trowel paleta paleta
    hoe azada aixada
    rake rastrillo rampí
    tiller caña del timón canya de timó
    sprinkler hose ; rociador de la manguer ; ruixador de la mànega
    lawn care cortacésped tallagespa
    tank sprayer ; tanque del pulverizador ; tanc del polvoritzador

    • emil7234 Says:

      Where are ribbon plants originally from?
      They are from South Africa.
      How much water do they need?
      They need warm water.
      Can they be kept outside and inside?
      Is better insaide of the house.

      My comment of the outing :
      I think it was a great outing , but a little bit tiring , becouse we had to walk much. The school and the orchard were good , but we couden`t saw the third part of the orchard. The best part of the outing for me was when we cached the presents.

  13. neusr Says:

    carretilla-truck
    azada-hoe
    rastrillo-rake
    pico-peak
    aguilucho-eaglets
    martillo-hammer
    pala-shovel

  14. claudiapg Says:

    Hose – Manguera – Mànega
    Wheelbarrow – Carretilla – Carretó
    Rake – Rastrillo – Rasclet
    Shovel – Pala – Pala
    Hammer – Martillo – Martell
    Hoe – Azada – Aixada

    · Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    They are from south Africa.

    ·How much water do they need?
    They need low humidity that means no much water.

    · Can they be kept outside and inside?
    I think that inside a hause.

  15. sarah789 Says:

    VOCABULARY:
    carretilla-carretó-truck
    azada-aixada-hoe
    rastrillo-rastrell-rake
    pica-pica-pike
    aguilucho-aguiló-eaglets
    martillo-martell-hammer
    pala-pala-shovel
    _______________________________________________
    -Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    From south Africa.
    -How much water do they need?
    Keep the soil evenly moist and if you use rainwater, be careful as it could be acidic. Use warm water and low humidity.
    -Can they be kept outside and inside?
    Its more good you have the plant inside you house or greenhouse
    _______________________________________________
    THE OUTING:
    I think the outing was very interesting because we learned a lot about how to grow. We also learned a new way of being in a school.

    • sarah789 Says:

      My former primary school was CP Santa Catalina .The two schools were more or less seemed in the decoration. The two are big ad they have the same colors: yellow and salmon. Mi former primary school didn’t has orchards, it has a garden with aloe vera. Santa Catalina has two storey buildings, in the first there are kindergarten classrooms, the music classroom and the dining room. In the second storey building there are the primary classrooms. The Santa Catalina’s playground was more big than Anselm Turmeda’s playground. My school has about 260 pupils distributed in 10 or 11 classrooms, about 25 pupils per class.

  16. Pilar Says:

    Tools:
    -corda-rope-cuerda
    -fusta-wood-madera
    -martell-hammer-martillo
    -punxó-punch-punxo
    -granera-broom-escoba
    -rasclet-rake-rastrillo
    -guants-gloves-guantes
    -càvec-hoe-azón
    -carretó-truck-carretilla
    -mànega-hose-manguera

    1) Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    They are from South Africa.
    2) How much water do they need?
    They need quiet warm water.
    3) Can they be kept outside and inside?
    Outside the house, because in Anselm Turmeda the ribbon plants are in the outside, with natural temperature.

  17. sarabouza12 Says:

    Truck-carretilla-carretó
    Hammer-martillo-martillo
    Pike-pica-pica
    Shovel-pala-pala
    Hoe-azada-aixada
    Rake-rastrillo-rasclet
    Hose–manguera–mànega
    Eaglets-aquilucho-aguiló
    Gloves–Guantes–Guants
    Seeder-sembrador-sembrador
    Watering can-regadora-regadora
    Stick-palo-pal
    Watering can-regadora-regadora
    Spade-pala-pala
    punch-punxo-punxo
    to fertilez-abono-abon
    ————————————————
    -Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    The Rivon Plants are from South Africa.
    -How much water do they need?
    They need warm water.
    -Can they be kept outside and inside?
    I think is better inside the house.

    • sarabouza12 Says:

      My former primary school was Son Pisà. Both of them have not got many things in common, just they have a lot of decoration made of kids. The Son Pisà’s building is white, like an hospital, and Anselm Turmeda is salmon. Their building has two storye building and mine school has three storye building. Son Pisà is bigger, has got three playgrounds. I like more the Anselm Turmeda school, because has got an ochard, this is an original idea to study.

      81 letters.

  18. jlny7288 Says:

    My former primary school was CP Genova. It’s a bit like Anselm Turmeda in size. Genova also has an orchard but is smaller than Anselm Turmeda’s orchard, we grew lettuces, cabbages, radishes,..
    My former primary school’s playground is bigger than the playground of Anselm Turmeda. My primary school is a 2 storey building and Anselm Turmeda is a one storey building
    Anselm Turmeda has one entrance, but my primary school has 2 entrances. My school’s walls are white and orange and in some ones, there are children paintings. ( In Anselm Turmeda, also, there are children paintings in the walls). My school also has many rectangular windows.
    In Genova there are about 170 children and 9 classes, that means an average of 19 pupils per class. ( It’s quite similar than
    Anselm Turmeda )

  19. Daryl Jade Says:

    Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    Ribbon plants are native to south Africa.
    How much water do they need?
    They want to have low humidity that it means they want a bit of water.
    Can they be kept outside and inside?
    Maybe, it is better to leave it outside, because they want sun light.

  20. Zandalie Says:

    -Gardering Tools;
    Dibble/plantador/plantador.
    Seeder/sembradora/sembradora.
    Spreader/esparcidor/esparcidor.
    Trowel/paleta/paleta.
    Weedel/escardador/birbar.
    Pick/pico/bec.
    Hook/gancho/ganxo.
    Rake/rastrillo/rasclet.

    – Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    The ribbon plants are originally from South of Africa.
    – How much water do they need?
    They need warm water.
    – Can they be kept outside and inside?
    I think that inside the house.

  21. alemanymarta Says:

    Pike-pica-pica
    Shovel-pala-pala
    Hoe-azada-aixada
    Rake-rastrillo-rasclet
    Hose–manguera–mànega
    rastrillo-rastrell-rake
    truck-carretilla- carretó
    knees protections- protecciónes de rodillas- proteccions de genolls.

    •Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    The ribbon plants are originally from South of Africa.

    •How much water do they need?
    They need warm water.

    •Can they be kept outside and inside?
    the bouth things: you have the plant inside you house or out the house.

  22. guillemfurio Says:

    -Gardering Tools;
    Dibble/plantador/plantador.
    Seeder/sembradora/sembradora.
    Trowel/paleta/paleta.
    Weedel/escardador/birbar.
    Pick/pico/bec.
    Hook/gancho/ganxo.
    Rake/rastrillo/rasclet.
    Truck-carretilla-carretó
    Hammer-martillo-martell
    Shovel-pala-pala
    Hoe-azada-aixada
    Hose–manguera–mànega
    Eaglets-aquilucho-aguiló
    Gloves–Guantes–Guants
    Stick-palo-pal
    Watering can-regadora-regadora
    Spade-pala-pala
    punch-punxo-punxo
    to fertilez-abono-abon

    Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    The ribbon plants are originally from South of Africa.

    How much water do they need?
    They need warm water.

    Can they be kept outside and inside?
    the bouth things: you have the plant inside you house or out the house.

    • guillemfurio Says:

      My former primary school was CP Eugenio López i López, it’s bigger than Anselm Turmeda. Eugenio López do’nt has an orchard but has many trees, with no fruits. My former primary school’s playground is bigger than the playground of Anselm Turmeda. My primary school is a 4 storey building. Anselm Turmeda has one entrance, but my primary school has 3 entrances. My school’s walls are white and orange and with children paintings. ( In Anselm Turmeda, also, there are children paintings in the walls). My school has bigger windows. In Eugenio there are about 600 children, and my school has dining service.

  23. miguelinramonllull Says:

    My former school I think is older than Anselm Turmeda, without the tecnology that they have. In my school are a little place top plant, but we didn’t do it My school is a 3 storey building and Anselm Turmeda only have 2 storey. My school have a big and a little court, they only have one.

    Tools:
    Wheelbarrow-carretilla-carretilla
    Hoe-Aixada-Azada
    Gloves-guants-guantes
    Skewer-punxó-pincho
    Meter-mesurador-mesurador
    Hammer-martell-martillo
    Arpillots-arpillots-arpillotes
    Double hoe-Aixada doble-Azada doble
    Beam-mànega-manguera
    Scissors-Estisores-Tijeras.

  24. andrea199762 Says:

    My former primary school was CP Eugenio López y López. My school is bigger than Anselm Turmeda. In Eugenio López, haven’t got any orchard but are 4 playgrounds.
    My primary school is a 4 storey building. Anselm Turmeda has one entrance, but my primary school has 3 entrances. In Eugenio López are many paintings like Anselm Turmeda. And in Anselm Turmeda are about 180 pupils and in my school about 650. In my school, the windows are more bigthan Anselm Turmeda.

  25. juditell Says:

    My former primary school was CP Eugenio López y López. My scool is bigger than Anselm Turmeda. Eugenio López y López is five story building and Anselm Turmeda is one story building. There are three clases per group in my primary school and in Anselm Turmeda only one class per group. There are three playgrounds in my school and in Anselm Turmeda only one. Anselm Turmeda is clean than my primary school. The windows of my primary school are bigger than the windows of Anselm Turmeda. In my former primary school there are about 650 puplis and in Anselm Turmeda 180 puplis. In my primary school there are three entrances and in Anselm Turmeda only one entrance.

  26. juditell Says:

    Hammer-Martillo-Martell
    Hoe-Aixada-Azada
    Hook-gancho-ganxo
    Scissors-Estisores-Tijeras
    Hose–manguera–mànega
    Stick-palo-pal
    Gloves–Guantes–Guants
    Watering can-regadora-regadora
    Spade-pala-pala
    punch-punxo-punxo
    ________________________________________________
    -Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    South Africa

    -How much water do they need?
    They need warm water

    -Can they be kept outside and inside?
    I thing inside the house
    ________________________________________________
    Coment of the outing:
    I like very much the outing because we learnted many things about the orchards and plants.

  27. idaira santana Says:

    Hoe/azada/aixada
    Wheelbarrow/carretilla/carretó
    Spoon/cuchara/cullera
    Glove/guantes/guants
    Gallows/horca/forca
    Hose/manguera/manguera
    Watering can/regadora/regadora
    Spade/pala/pala
    Atomizer/pulverizador/pulveritzador
    Rake/rastrillo/rastrell
    —————————————————————————-
    Where are ribbon plants originally from?
    From south Africa.
    How much water do they need?
    They need warm water.
    Can they be kept outside and inside?
    I thing is better outside because they want sun light.
    ——————————————————————–My former primary school was CP Eugenio López y López.
    My school is more happies and luminous than Anselm Turmeda.
    In Eugenio López y López are four story building and Anselm Turmeda is two story building.
    My school haven’t got an orchard but there are tree and four big playground than Anselm Turmeda.
    In Eugenio López y López has dining service and approximately
    there are 564 and in Anselm Turmeda are 180.
    My school are three class for group and in Alsem Turmeda are one class for group.

  28. tatidt Says:

    My former primary school was CP Eugénio López y López. It was a beige wall school with some drawings in the back of the building for the children to enjoy.
    Eugenio López and Anselm Turmeda has similar colors.
    Anselm Turmeda has only six classes, one per grade, while Eugenio López has twelve, three per grade.
    Eugenio López has got three playgrounds: One for football, one for basketball and another for games in general.
    In Anselm Turmeda they have a playground, an orchard, with too many lettuces, and some chickens!
    In Anselm Turmeda there are only 180 pupils while in Eugenio López there are… I think about 600 students.
    Both schools have got some drawings on their walls made by students.
    Anselm Turmeda has got some decoration made with recyclable products made by students.
    Eugenio López is also a recyclable school because we couldn’t use silver paper to wrap our sandwiches.

  29. tatidt Says:

    My former primary school was CP Eugénio López y López. It was a beige wall school with some drawings in the back of the building for the children to enjoy.
    Eugenio López and Anselm Turmeda has similar colors.
    Anselm Turmeda has only six classes, one per grade, while Eugenio López has twelve, three per grade.
    Eugenio López has got three playgrounds: One for football, one for basketball and another for games in general.
    In Anselm Turmeda they have a playground, an orchard, with too many lettuces, and some chickens!
    In Anselm Turmeda there are only 180 pupils while in Eugenio López there are… I think about 600 students.
    Both schools have got some drawings on their walls made by students.
    Anselm Turmeda has got some decoration made with recyclable products made by students.
    Eugenio López is also a recyclable school because we couldn’t use silver paper to wrap our sandwiches and they use recycled paper to write.

  30. sarah789 Says:

    I will describe hoe.

  31. Peptoni Font Says:

    I’m a tool with a container used to hold or carry things, I’m made from interwoven strips of plastic or wire.

  32. india16 Says:

    My tool is a dibble: pointed tool for digging a small hole in the ground in which to plant seeds or bulbs.

  33. aina tous Says:

    I describe; hose.
    Is a plastic tube used to transport water, normally used for irrigation.

  34. emil7234 Says:

    My tool is tank spayer.
    It`s a piace of equipament that is used for spraying to far a liquids.

  35. idaira santana Says:

    I describe:gallows.
    Usually is wood and the shape of fork, serves to lift straw and more thing.

  36. Pilar Says:

    I describe hammer.
    I’m a tool used for hit one piece. The form consist in a handle with a heavy metal head on the end.

  37. jlny7288 Says:

    My gardening tool is shovel.
    Shovel: tool used for digging holes and manipulating various objects, such as soil, sand and compost.

  38. Zandalie Says:

    I’m a gardering glove,
    I’m a article of clothing covering the hands to protect them when gardening.

  39. juditell Says:

    I’m a watering can, I’m a portable container, usually with a handle and a spout, I’m used to water plants by hand.

  40. angelblanchvallespir Says:

    I gonna describe a broom:

    I am a broom, I have a cane and I have wires attached to the buttom part, they can be of all materials and all colors. I am used to put out the dirt of the ways.

  41. sarabouza12 Says:

    I’m a hose:
    I’m a long tube who take water to irrigate.


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