Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15 and through October 15. We celebrate the beauty of the Hispanic and Latino culture, heritage, music, food, and language and embrace our new normal: bilingual, bicultural, and multicultural families. We celebrate the contributions of Americans whose ancestors come from: Spain,  Mexico, The Caribbean,  CentralRead More →

“Art is food for the soul” Fernando Llort Today’s post is on El Salvador’s most famous artist:  Fernando Llort. Fernando Llort was born on April 7, 1949, and he is known as “El Salvador’s National Artist” by the Foundation for Self-Sufficiency in Central America.  His art is very colorful, two-dimensional,Read More →

José Campeche is Puerto Rico’s first and most significant painter of the 18th century.  He was born on January 6, 1751, to Tomás Campeche a freed slave who purchased his freedom, and to María Jordán originally from the Canary Islands.  Of Afro-Caribbean descent, Campeche learned his father’s trade of decoratorRead More →

It’s Hispanic Heritage Month, and I have a treat for you! Looking for easy South American crafts for kids?  Here you’ll find Hispanic-inspired crafts for kids from countries in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Spain!  With 50+ kids’ crafts, you’re sure to find a favorite for your kids to make.Read More →

Hispanic Heritage Month is about celebrating the history and culture of Hispanic and Latino Americans. For the past couple of  years we have been celebrating it at little one’s school and community.  If your school and/or community doesn’t celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month why not bring it to them?   Celebrating HispanicRead More →

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 – October 15 every year. That’s thirty days to learn about thirty notable Hispanic figures during this month! I have a confession to make!  Every year, around this time I say to myself that this month we’re going to dedicate some ofRead More →