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Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.

Mariposa del aire… - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Use Poetry to teach sequence, summarizaton, personal narrative, and expository writing.

                                 

Federico García Lorca

   Mariposa del aire,

qué hermosa eres.

mariposa del aire

dorada y verde.

Luz del candil,

mariposa del aire,

¡quédate ahí, ahí, ahí!...

 

   No te quieres parar,

parate no quieres.

Mariposa del aire,

dorada y verde.

Luz de candil,

mariposa del aire,

¡quédate ahí, ahí, ahí!

 

   ¡Quédate ahí!

Mariposa, ¿estás ahí?

 

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Poesia

Poesía española

para niños

 

Selección y prólogo de Ana Pelegrín

Ilustraciones de Tino Gatagán

 


 

Una antología pensada para acercar

 

a los pequeños lectores a la sensibilidad

 

de los grandes poetas: Antonio Machado,

 

Juan Ramón Jiménez, Rafael Alberti,

 

Federico García Lorca… Una obra que ya

 

es un clásico; una guía para que los adultos

 

compartan con los niños las voces

 

permanents de la poesía española.


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