By Ana-Elba Pavon
Latin American celebrations--rich in cultural value and Latin history--present possibilities through the calendar 12 months to arrive out to all populations with enticing courses and actions. The easy-to-organize tasks during this ebook are prepared round very important Latino vacation trips and are encouraged by way of artesenfas (Latino people paintings) traditions which have been handed down from iteration to new release. And, simply because every one undertaking is tied to literature, teenagers get the analyzing computer virus early! With greater than seventy five certain illustrations and step by step directions for making mask, cornhusk dolls, beads, paper plants, pinatas, and Incan headdresses, the artistic actions during this publication do not require pricey or unique fabrics. additionally integrated are effortless recipes for such delectables as tamales and gorditas. every one bankruptcy contains an task for preschoolers, after-schoolers (over 6 years old), and households (all ages). similar assets assist you to show each one craft venture right into a accomplished application via incorporating songs, poems, and books.
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Hoyt-Goldsmith, Diane. Day of the Dead. Kimmel, Eric A. The Witch’s Face. Lasky, Kathryn. Days of the Dead. Levy, Janice. The Spirit of Tío Fernando/El Espíritu de Tío Fernando. Luenn, Nancy. A Gift for Abuelita/Un Regalo para Abuelita. AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM Day of the Dead Papel Picado Tissue paper came to Mexico in the seventeenth or eighteenth century. Before that, paper was cut in Europe with scissors to create designs. Mexicans continued this tradition. It is customary to create paper banners made of cut tissue paper tied together on a string.
Use the hole punch to punch holes at the joints and one in the skull so the skeleton can be hung up. 4. Attach pieces with brass-plated paper fasteners at the joints. Anaya, Rudolfo. Maya’s Children. Andrade, Mary J. The Vigil of the Little Angels/La Velación de los Angelitos. Anzaldúa, Gloria. Prietita and the Ghost Woman/Prietita y La Llorona. Czernecki, Stefan, and Timothy Rhodes. The Hummingbird’s Gift. Recommended Books Ancona, George. A. ) Chumba la Cachumba. Illus. Carlos Cotte. Hayes, Joe.
37 PRESCHOOL PROGRAM Calavera Mask Skeletons and skulls (calaveras) are common motifs of the Day of the Dead because the dead visit the living during these days. This is a happy occasion, and death is not feared but accepted as part of the life cycle. During the celebrations death is mocked, and what better way to do so than with a cheerful calavera mask? Supplies 4. Use the holes next to the eyes to tie the ribbon or elastic to hold the mask on the child’s face. Recommended Books Note: The bibliography at the end of the book provides complete information for each title.
25 Latino Craft Projects (Celebrating Culture in Your Library Series) by Ana-Elba Pavon