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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.

"O para el verano" - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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


                                 

O para el verano

 San Isidro,

barbas de oro,

ruega a Dios

que llueva a chorros.

 

Que llueva, que llueva,

la vieja está en la cueva,

los pajaritos cantan,

las nubes se levantan.

Que sí, que no,

que caiga un chaparrón.

          

 

Agua, san Marcos,

rey de los charcos,

para mi triguito

que está muy bonito,

para mi melón

que ya tiene flor,

para mi sandía

que ya está florida.

Que sí, que no,

que caiga un chaparrón.

De la tradición oral

 

 

                        

El libro que canta

El libro que canta

 

Vuelto a contar por  Yolanda Reyes

Ilustraciones de Cristina López

 


Yolanda Reyes, the Colombian writer and educator, has gathered rhymes, rounds, lullabies, poems, and stories by famous authors and from the oral tradition to introduce children to the wonderful world of songs, rhymes, and poems.

El libro que canta belongs to the collection of poetry kits for grades K-1.  A+ Spanish Poetry Kits will help you inspire and motivate students to appreciate and understand poetry.  Click here for a brochure.


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