Easy Spanish color-by-number activity for Día de los Muertos. Great to use with kids learning Spanish for Day of the Dead. Practice Spanish vocabulary for parts of the face, colors in Spanish and numbers in Spanish.  http://spanishplayground.net/spanish-color-by-number-easy-picture-dia-de-los-muertos/

Spanish Color-By-Number: Easy Picture for Día de los Muertos

Easy Spanish color-by-number activity for Día de los Muertos. Great to use with kids learning Spanish for Day of the Dead. Practice Spanish vocabulary for parts of the face, colors in Spanish and numbers in Spanish.

Empowering women to have confidence and trust in their bodies.   daisybones: New Etsy Shop Listing - Yoni Prayer

Yoni Prayer: Yoni, sacred gateway to and of life and pleasure, I sing an image of your textures and colors. This, and I are a temple and a playground of blossoming mandala of soft, folded flesh.

Dia de los Muertos - on NPR.The celebration features skulls, bread, and the elements of earth, but it's not supposed to be sad.

Day Of The Dead, Decoded: A Joyful Celebration Of Life And Food

Day of the Dead Altar: Altars are used to welcome the ancestors' spirits into the home. It is also practice to visit the ancestral burial ground to celebrate with picnics and music.

Traditional witchcraft often argues its legitimacy by claiming superiority over Wicca.  But they bear only surface similarities to one another, so why are we comparing the two at all?  It seems to me that they are entirely different things, and comparing them isn't even like comparing apples and oranges; it's like comparing apples and . . . orangutans.

Apples and Orangutans: Traditional Witchcraft vs. Wicca

Día de los Muertos Bulletin Board Set. Includes 12 pages and a bulletin board header. Spanish version and version with word and image only.

Dia de los Muertos Bulletin Board Set / Day of the Dead Bulletin Board

12 Objetos que se ponen en la ofrenda del Dia de Muertos en México

12 Objetos que se ponen en una ofrenda de Día de Muertos

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La leyenda del cempasúchil -  La flor de cempasúchil es una especie autóctona de México y de América Central.   La flor de cempasúchil es la flor de una planta conocida como tagete, clavel chino o clavelón de la India. En México, se la llama flor de los muertos o cempaxóchitl. Su nombre científico es Tagetes erecta. La palabra “cempasúchil”, como tal, proviene del náhuatl y significa ‘veinte flor’ o ‘flor de veinte pétalos’.    En México, la flor de cempasúchil se utiliza como decoración y…

La leyenda del cempasúchil - La flor de cempasúchil es una especie autóctona de México y de América Central. La flor de cempasúchil es la flor de una planta conocida como tagete, clavel chino o clavelón de la India. En México, se la llama flor de los muertos o cempaxóchitl. Su nombre científico es Tagetes erecta. La palabra “cempasúchil”, como tal, proviene del náhuatl y significa ‘veinte flor’ o ‘flor de veinte pétalos’. En México, la flor de cempasúchil se utiliza como decoración y…

The ancient Latin American holiday welcomes ancestors back to the earth for one day each year. Each element on the altar symbolizes a connection between the world of the living and the dead, so naturally, food and drink play a big part. Here we've deconstructed the altar and its meaning.

Day Of The Dead, Decoded: A Joyful Celebration Of Life And Food

The ancient Latin American holiday welcomes ancestors back to the earth for one day each year. Each element on the altar symbolizes a connection between the world of the living and the dead, so naturally, food and drink play a big part. Here we've deconstructed the altar and its meaning.

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