El domingo empieza la Feria | 11 de abril 2024

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Un periódico español con la imagen de una carroza durante la Feria de Abril y el titular: "El domingo empieza la Feria"
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Esta noche se queman las fallas | 19 de marzo 2024

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A Spanish newspaper with an image of Las Fallas and the headline: "Esta noche se queman las fallas"
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El diseño de La Catrina

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A mural from Diego Rivera showing La Catrina and Frida Kahlo

Laura worked with her students on one of our Bablingua projects the other day. The one about making a photo frame about a Hispanic champion. The activity went great, but Laura was surprised most of the kids didn’t know any of those champions. Not even Frida. Or Picasso. Do your students know them? And in any case, how can we … Read More

La celebración del Día de Muertos

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A man with his face painted as a skull poses in front of an ofrenda during the Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead

If you’ve seen the movie Coco, you may remember the scene in which Abuela Elena breaks Miguel’s guitar. Miguel’s family is ready to celebrate the Day of the Dead at home, where they’ve built a beautiful ofrenda. Then Miguel’s grandma breaks his guitar, and Miguel runs away. He ends up going to the cemetery to steal -or borrow- the guitar … Read More

Hacemos una ofrenda

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An ofrenda for El Día de Muertos divided in 3 different levels

I’m sure we all agree that learning by doing is one of the best educational strategies. So if you want your students to learn about El Día de Muertos, making an ofrenda is clearly the thing to do. It sounds simple. But hold your horses! If you decide to build an ofrenda, there are 2 risks you need to get … Read More

La Semana Santa

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La Virgen de la Macarena, en una procesión en Sevilla (España)

The two main celebrations in the Spanish-speaking countries are Christmas and Easter, and we have great resources for both of them. We chose Seville (Spain) to film our Semana Santa videos and we’re really glad about that decision. Seville is awesome during Easter. Bueno, it’s awesome at any time, but let’s say it’s even better during Semana Santa. Filming Seville’s … Read More

El día de Acción de Gracias

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A sample Spanish activity to celebrate Thanksgiving in class

If you teach in the U.S. or Canada, you’ll sure want your students to talk about Thanksgiving in the days before the holiday. El día de Acción de Gracias is celebrated annually on the fourth Thursday of November. In the Spanish-speaking countries? Your students will ask. Well, not really. But Puerto Rico does celebrate it. Here are some great Thanksgiving … Read More