– Es una orquídea considerada la flor nacional de la República de Guatemala.
– Sustituyó al peso guatemalteco en 1925, durante el gobierno del presidente José María Orellana.
Pena tranquila y profunda que dura mucho tiempo.
By- Angela Padrón
People usually associate the month of February with Presidents’ Day and Valentine’s Day, but one of the most important topics to recognize in February is Black History Month. During this month in particular, people study about and praise the impact that many African Americans have had throughout history. In addition, people look back on and appreciate the struggles that African Americans have endured throughout history in order to fight for justice and equal rights for all.
By- Angela Padrón
The president of the United States of America has several unofficial titles as well— “Leader of the Free World,” “Commander in Chief,” and “POTUS,” to name a few. Being president takes great restraint, patience, intelligence, levelheadedness, and the ability to think strategically. But how does one become the president of the United States? The Founding Fathers wanted to avoid having their new country ruled by a tyrant or king, so they outlined certain rules in the United States Constitution about how one becomes president.
– Fue un general y político salvadoreño.
– Nació en San Salvador, El Salvador, en 1787 y murió en 1847.
¿Qué sabes sobre la pupusa? Es un plato típico de El Salvador y consiste en una tortilla de maíz o arroz rellena de distintos ingredientes.
– Representa la fusión de los pueblos indígenas de la zona, los colonizadores europeos y los pueblos africanos.
– Es uno de los trajes típicos de Nicaragua y se elabora de algodón.
Santillana is proud to partner with The Pulsera Project once again this spring. The Pulsera Project not only makes a difference in the lives of almost 200 artisans in Nicaragua and Guatemala, but it also changes the lives of students right here in the USA.
Take advantage of this opportunity to provide your students with a unique cultural experience and allow them to bring the beauty of Central American culture to your school. All you have to do is SIGN UP to host a pulsera sale with The Pulsera Project at no cost, and they will provide everything you need.