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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.

Soy un insecto pequeño... - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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

               

Soy un insecto pequeño

pero a muchos quito el sueño.

 

Sólo vuelo en el verano,

¡como que es mucho más sano!

 

Pego Buenos picotazos    

en las piernas y en los brazos.

 

Cerca de ríos y charcas

me gusta dejar mi marca.

 

Si dejas de oír un zumbido           

seguro que ya me he ido.

 

Muchos juntos somos nube,

no sabes si baja o sube.

 

Tengo un cuerpo muy delgado,

pero no me lo he cuidado.

 

Hay algo que me da pena:

de los pájaros ser cena.


Me tienen por mal presagio,

algunos males contagio.

 

A veces la sangre chupo,

si no me gusta la escupo.

 

Pere quitarme la vida

usan el insecticida.

 

Dilo sin dar ningún grito,

mi nombre es el de ______

 

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Animales

Animales muy normales

Rafael Ordoñez Cuadrado

Ilustraciones de Susana Fernández Igual

         

Busca, rebusca y explora, un minuto o una hora, y encontrarás animales, todos, todos, todos, muy normales. 

Somos grandes y pequeños tan bonitos como un sueño.

Es bueno cualquier lugar:  la selva, el bosque o el mar.  Vivimos en cualquier parte, y lo hacemos con gran arte.

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