Long before quinoa was considered a ‘super food,’ pumpkins were carved or chocolate was known as being ‘good for you’ our ancestors (and I mean…long-long-long ago) used these ingredients in their everyday lives. I remember growing up with all of these, but never really took the time to find out more about them.
Did you know that vanilla was used by the Aztecs to flavor chocolate or that Natives used pumpkins filled with ash and ground peppers to fight Christopher Columbus?
Would you believe that tomatoes were brought to Italy in the 1500’s?This book is FILLED with amazing facts, interesting bits of information, and tons of recipes. From maíz, porotos to chirimoyas, you and your family will fall in love with this book. I honestly think that from all the books I have reviewed in this site, this one is one of my favorites. The illustrations are beautiful and just add to the overall awesomeness of the book.
Written by: Ana María Pavez y Constanza Recart Illustrations by: Isabel Hojas ISBN: 978-956-8209-51-3
Publisher: Amanuta, Colección Ñandu, 2009
Awards: “The White Ravens 2010″, Internationale Jugendbibliothek, München, Premio a la Edición 2010, Cámara Chilena del Libro, and Skipping Stones Honor Awards 2011 Multicultural and International Books, Skipping Stones, EEUU
UCLA Summer Intensive for Bilingual Authorization – Spanish or Mandarin
June 26-August 18, 2017
On-Campus Intensive July 22-29, 2017
Earn your Bilingual Authorization in Spanish or Mandarin
Are you a credentialed in-service K-12 teacher with expertise in Mandarin or Spanish? Earn your Bilingual Authorization over your summer break in just 8 weeks!
The UCLA Summer Intensive for Bilingual Teachers (SIBT) meets all Bilingual Authorization course requirements, is approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, and is led by faculty from UCLA’s Center X in the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies and experts in K-12 language teacher training. #UCLACenterX #UCLAGSEIS #UCLA #Education #Teaching #Training #Certification #Summer2017
¡Seguimos celebrando Black History Month! Les compartimos una colección para niños de no ficción cuyos protagonistas nos inspiran y motivan a dar lo mejor de nosotros mismos.
Libros: Quién fue Louis Armstrong?, Me llamo...Nelson Mandela, Venir del mar, Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama: presidente de los Estados Unidos, El autobús de Rosa
Ediciones Castillo Parramón Ediciones Loqueleo Santillana Santillana USA Publishing #BlackHistoryMonth #librosenespañol #libros #books #midcityla #LosAngeles
The UCLA Lab School is opening its doors to dual language educators. Come observe 90/10 dual language immersion classrooms through the lens of math/CGI (Eliciting Children's Thinking), debrief with demonstration teachers and plan instruction.
$130 per person (administrators are FREE if coming with a team of 2+) for each workshop ***Thursday, February 23, 2017. 8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Coffee and Registration 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Welcome, Classroom Visitations, Debrief, Lunch, Workshops, and Planning