Carnival Celebrations: Masks Students are introduced to the culture of Puerto Rico in this look at the annual Carnival—or, more specifically, at the masks worn by the revelers. This set of four lessons is divided into grades K–2, 3–5, 6–8, and 9–12. The youngest students build their vocabulary by describing the masks. Older students do research on similar Carnival celebrations around the U.S. Uses Lulu Delacre’s wonderful books for children about Puerto Rican Carnival.
El Boricua, a bilingual , cultural publication for Puerto Ricans. One of my favorite Puerto Rican food sites. All the recipes in here are very close to how my mom makes them and if you know Gloria she can throw down!!!!
The "Coqui"... Has become a national symbol and an icon for anything Puerto Rican. When Puerto Ricans want to express their nationality, they say: "Soy de aquí como el coquí" (I'm as Puerto Rican as a coquí).
Christmas in Spanish-Speaking Countries: A Collection. Find posts about Navidad in Hispanic countries that include songs, books, crafts, recipes, infographics, videos, and more. Includes posts about Los Tres Reyes, Noche Buena, Las Posadas, and Parrandas. Traditions from Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Spain, and Puerto Rico..