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‘Oz The Great And Powerful’ Activity Sheets {Printable}

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Many of our niños might already be fans of Disney’s new movie Oz The Great And Powerful. Ana shared her thoughts on the film here and told us about the women that make OZ the great and powerful. To celebrate the release of this movie that was #1 worldwide on its opening weekend, we are sharing a set of four activity sheets for you to enjoy with your kids. The activity sheets include a spot the difference game, a maze,Read More ...

Barbie in the Pink Shoes DVD and Doll {Giveaway}

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My girl is a ballerina at heart. What she lacks in precise talent at age 5, she makes up for in passion, persistence and love for the art form. She’s also an unabashed fan of the color pink in all its shades. Do I even really have to tell you how much she adored watching Barbie in the Pink Shoes DVD and twirling around with her new ballerina Barbie? Barbie’s 25th title in twelve years brings ballet back to theRead More ...

Protecting our Kids From RSV

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Making sure that our niños attend a good preschool or even daycare center can always be a bit stressful for us parents. We worry over the location, if it’s a language immersion or not, the method, the caregivers and even of the diversity in the school. After all that is done and our kids are safely and happily attending school, there are still things we can’t plan for, like our little ones coming back home with a cough or aRead More ...

The Culture of Food Weekly Round-up: Delicioso!

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This week we are featuring four delicious recipes that our niños will surely enjoy helping out with and will also enjoy eating. Explore the anatomy of homemade granola, the flavors of salmon tacos with an avocado-cilantro cream, put together endive spears, and last but definitely not least check out a simple recipe for sweet tamales!   The Anatomy of Homemade Granola Vanessa of De Su Mama decided that instead of creating a step-by-step of how she made her granola she would documentRead More ...

The Culture of Food Weekly Round-up: Lent-Friendly Recipes

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We’ve rounded five Lent-friendly recipes for you to enjoy! Even if you don’t observe Lent, these dishes are yummy meatless alternatives to everyday meals and great opportunities to try new recipes with your niños. Chorizo, Potato, and Egg Tacos  These chorizo breakfast tacos were made with soyrizo by Opera Singer in the Kitchen. The recipe works with regular chorizo if you’d like as well. Check out the full recipe here.  Gluten & Grain-Free Pizza Crust Recipe This gluten and grain-freeRead More ...

Introducing the World’s First ‘Modern Family’: The Croods

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  We were invited by 20th Century Fox and Dreamworks Animation to a very special screening and behind-the-scenes look of the 3D animated family flick, The Croods. We were so thrilled that this film has a character that can appeal to everyone in the family, as well as a very rich and relatable story. The Croods is not just a series of funny moments for our kids and us, it’s not just about an anxious teenager, and it’s not just about theRead More ...

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