HISPANIC CULTURE POSTS
Inside: Free printable Thank You Cards in Spanish. Expressing thanks is one of the best habits we can teach our kids and cultivate in our own lives. Sometimes it's a happy feeling we can't help, and sometimes regularly listing what we're grateful for is a conscious...read more
Inside: A look into customs and traditions for Day of the Dead in Latin America. Día de Muertos traditions in Mexico are famous and well-known across the world. Day of the Dead, however, is celebrated across many parts of the Spanish-speaking world, including Spain....read more
Inside: Day of the dead activities, crafts, videos, and lesson plans for the Spanish classroom. After the unprecedented box-office numbers of Pixar's Coco, celebrating Día de muertos is more familiar than ever to the average student. Doing Day of the Dead activities...read more
Inside: Sugar skull coloring pages and more printables for Day of the Dead. Day of the Dead is one of the most well-known holidays in Mexico, and also celebrated in many parts of Latin America. It stems from pre-Hispanic traditions of honoring ancestors and their...read more
Inside: A round-up of Hispanic Heritage Month activities and ideas. Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15th - October 15th, is the perfect chance to celebrate the contributions of Hispanic Americans and celebrate Hispanic culture in general....read more
Inside: A round-up of classroom iresources for Spanish Easter traditions. La Pascua-- Easter in Spanish-- is a big deal across the Spanish-speaking world, whose history is closely connected to the Catholic church. The month of Lent culminates in Semana...read more
Inside: A guide to top series and recommendations for Spanish shows on Netflix. As Netflix's popularity has skyrocketed in recent years, they've been busy expanding their selection of Spanish-language shows. And these aren't limited to your grandma's...read more
Inside: Friendship songs in Spanish for kids and songs about love. If you need some songs for Valentine's Day in Spanish class, there are tons of Valentin's song options for older Spanish students. (After all... Spanish love songs are famous for their sentiment!) For...read more
Inside: Printable Carta a Los Reyes Magos, and resources for teaching about Los Tres Reyes. While children in the U.S. and other countries are busy writing to Santa, other children are addressing their letters to Los Reyes Magos: the three wisemen who visited baby...read more
Inside: Christmas Spanish books for kids. When I was growing up, my mom created little Christmas traditions we kept up for years. One of them was "the book basket." We had a stack of annual favorites, and she would read a little bit from each one, finishing the...read more
Inside: The best Spanish songs for kids, in Spanish-music albums. As we raise our own kids bilingually, we've tried to make our home atmosphere bilingual. That means music on both languages! Since I'm not a native Spanish speaker myself, I've always relied on music...read more
Inside: The best Day of the Dead Songs, or canciones para Día de Muertos. With Día de Muertos drawing near, I've pulled together a variety of songs to use at home or in the classroom and add this link to my Spanish songs for kids page. These songs may be fun...read more
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