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Autumn

Winter


Guess it!

SPORT

(Indoor)

 The field is rectangle-shaped;  The

ball is a leather sphere;

 For

each team the players can be 5 or 11;

A match lasts 30 or 90 minutes, plus possible extra times; 

Football & Five-a-side


 You need to wear a particular clothing;  You can do it alone or with other people;  You sweat but you don’t notice it  You can’t be afraid of water

Swimming


 Usually the players are tall;  Each team consists of six players;  For each turn the team must use a combination of no more than three contacts with the ball;  There is a net between the 2 parts of the court.

Volleyball


 The players can be 2 or 4;  The ball is small but heavy  There is a net between the 2 parts of the court.  You play with a racket

Tennis


Table football

Playstation tournament


MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Guitar

Bass Guitar


Piano Keyboards


Flute

Clarinet


Drums Percussion


Dinner with Friends At restaurant / pizzeria

At home


Cinema


Theatre


Disco


Main Winter Holidays

Christmas

- December, 25 -

Family Lunch


New Year December,31 :

New Year's Eve dinner + New Year's Eve party

January, 1 Family lunch


“Befana”

January, 6

“Befana stocking” ( to be filled with presents which is hanged by children at fireplace. Ash & coal


Spring

Summer


SPORT

Running

Football & Five-a-side

- Outdoor -


Tennis

Volleyball & Beach volley

Going for a ride


Excursion & Picnic


Hopscotch

Play cards


Local Festival


Open air Parties & Disco


To the seaside

Rackets Pedal boats


Main Spring/summer Holidays Easter

Family Lunch

Easter Monday

Countryside trip

Labour Day

May, 1

City tour + Concert


August, 15

Countryside or Seaside trip

Patron Festival e.g. for my town:

May, 24: St. Macario’s Day

Procession

(Different for each town)


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