holidays

9 New Year’s Eve Traditions from around the World

For much of the world, a new year begins at midnight on December 31—but that doesn’t mean we all celebrate in the...

9 Tips for Teachers during Holiday Break

Whether you’ve been teaching two years or twenty, winter break is always a welcome occurrence. With most schools...

Tradizioni Natalizie Italiane (Italian Christmas Traditions)

Christmas is widely celebrated in Italy. Even if the number of those declaring themselves Christian is shrinking,...

Top 8 Christmas Dishes in Italy

Food plays a big role in Christmas celebrations. Together with the festive vibe—family gatherings and gift...

Top 8 Italian Destinations

To make a list of unmissable Italian destinations is a tough task. Just sticking to official recognitions,  Italy is...

Celebrate the holidays in your classroom with Cuentos para celebrar

Award-winning authors Alma Flor Ada and F. Isabel Campoy take us on a journey through the holiday season with stories...

Hold On Holidays – There’s Still Three Kings Day

By Angela Padrón Now that January is here, most people are done celebrating the holidays. Well, not Hispanic...

What is Hanukkah?

By- Kelli Drummer-Avendano Hanukkah is a celebration even older than Christmas, commemorating an event that...

Six Traditional Dishes to Celebrate the Holidays

By- Kelli Drummer-Avendano 1. Crusty Corn Bread During Kwanzaa, many families enjoy dishes that come...

8 Ways to Make the Most of Your Holiday Break

By- Kelli Drummer-Avendano It's time for a break! Finally! Unfortunately, the holidays can be just as hectic and...