Pepper wishes you a happy New Year with the increasingly popular activity of eating grapes on New Year's Eve. Found in many Spanish-influenced cultures, the tradition started in Spain. Follow Pepper as she finds out the history that started the grape-eating trend. The booklet is in English with a Spanish vocabulary page and comes in detailed and short versions. Therefore it can be used for students aged 3 to 10. Posters to color with Spanish vocabulary are included for the youngest students. There is a PowerPoint of the booklet, a quiz to fill out with Spanish vocabulary from the booklet, and a bunch of grapes collage activity so students can write their wishes in either English or Spanish on paper grapes. The documents are in PDF, PowerPoint and Word so you can edit them.
Follow these links to learn with Pepper about Las Fallas in Spain in Spring
and Cinco de Mayo
. To celebrate Christmas with Pepper, go to Christmas in Spain
or Las Posadas
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