Monday, March 18, 2013

New Bilingual Minibook On the History of Cascarones

Easter is less than two weeks away, so I just wanted to remind you about my bilingual minibook on cascarones. The little booklet includes black-and-white images for your children/students to color in, as well as a brief description of the history of cascarones. Your kids will learn where cascarones originated, what they originally carried, and who introduced them to Mexico. There are even instructions on how to make your own cascarones included. The bilingual pages include full text in both English and Spanish.

You can find it here in my TpT store. 

(If you'd like to just read a brief history of cascarones, check out this post, which has the full story.)

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You can also check out my Decorate Your Own Cascarón Bilingual Activities, which has three roll-the-dice and decorate your cascarón using the options provided. 

But if you are looking for a no-prep printable that is better suited for older children, my One-Page History of Cascarones may be for you. This reading passage talks about where they originated to how to make them. This informational text is written for students in 4th - 8th grade, and includes a 7-question comprehension quiz plus answer key.

Craft Supplies

If you are looking for supplies to actually create your own cascarones at home, here is a list of the items that we typically use. 

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