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Sometimes I add pages to my products in order to improve them, this means if you purchase that product, you will be able to download the newer version of it at no extra cost for you. Traveling to Chile can be fun and difficult at the same time. Difficult because you don’t know where to start!

As a Chilean myself I haven’t been in all the places I would’ve liked to visit, and now being far away I ask myself why didn’t I visit them before. I could suggest many cities to visit, however, all I will say is that every part of Chile has its beauty and exotic areas, depending on what you are looking for and what you like. Watch the video below with a sneak peek of Chile from North to South: People from Santiago are called “Santiaguinos” or “Capitalinos”.

Los capitalinos live a very busy life in the city. Between work, family, study and transportation, life gets really crazy and time for enjoyment is limited. This is why not everyone really pays attention to the things to do in the city. Even though Santiago is polluted and has the same problems of many big metropolis around the world, I still love the history behind, the things to do and the fun areas around.

However, I strongly disagree since I think Santiago has many things to offer. On the other hand, one of the business areas in Santiago, Vitacura, is called “Sanhathan” after Manhathan which I like it better than the other one. Although the transportation still needs to be improved, you can always move around the city using the subway nice and clean and not to worry about parking places or traffic.

You can always hike, bike or drive to the top of the hill.

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This drink is SO popular, that you can even buy it on the supermarkets as a dessert. After that, and if you are still hungry, you can always go for lunch to el Mercado Central to enjoy fresh seafood or traditional Chilean food. Walking around this place is very fun since you get to see traditional folklore characters such as “chinchineros” and Chilean Arts, Crafts and musicians. Of course these are not the only two places you could visit in Santiago. Click here if you want to read more about Chile or follow my board in Pinterest: Social media has become one of my favorite resources when it come to get ideas, stay informed or refresh my memory.


For example, I use Multicultural Kid Blogs to stay connected with other fellow bloggers, learn about their activities and see what’s the latest in education. I also like Edutopia to read articles related to education, teaching, tips and technology. I thought I will share these resources with you.

Please add your own in the comments! El huevo de chocolate helps you find all kind of rhymes, poetry, and jokes for children.

Very fun to improve Spanish language, expand vocabulary and useful for Valentine’s Day! The resources below are blogs in Spanish with teaching tips, ideas, crafts, articles and more: They have all types of information for grades K-8, all subjects, fun resources, articles, videos and more. This quick bread made out of leavened wheat flour, shortening and pumpkin is one of my favorites desserts during winter time.

Some people like to think of sopaipillas as a doughnut or fried pastry. They are very similar to picarores and calzones rotos which they are compketo recipes form South America. The shape is usually round with holes in the middle or some fork’s marks. Some people like to have them with pebre which is a type of spicy salsa made out of onion, tomato cilantro and banana peppermustard or chancaca sauce made our sugar cane.

Chancaca is not very common in the USA and can be difficult to find. When you use chancaca to soak the sopaipillasthen you’ll be eaten sopaipillas pasadas.

There are many recipes of sopaipillas out there, however, I think this one from All recipes. These are the other recipes I found in case you want to search some more: Download this app to see more recipes from Chile.

Publicado por Carolina DuFault en July 22, 1 comment: Etiquetas cancionesCuentosjuegosLecturaLibros. Many are the traditional arts and crafts that are done at Chilean schools. Every year, students all over the country do some modeling during art class or holidays. There is no mother in Chile who has not received one of these boxes made by her child as a present.

See the link below to follow a step by step of how to make a wooden jewelry box with craft sticks. Como hacer una caja con palitos de helado. Pomaire is a small town in Chile that specializes in pottery using terra cotta clay. In Pomaire, generations of families have dedicated their entire lives to ceramic art using various techniques, exclusively hand made.

Since the crafts are elaborated with clay extracted from the same sector, it is considered one of a kind in Chile. This is why terra cotta clay is very cheap and safe. Children can play with it with no danger of “cooking” their creation since it is air-dry, and it can be easily reuse adding water to the clay.


This time I will just say that empanadas and pastel de choclo are my favorites ones. The picture below shows different products made with terra cotta. They really add a touch of authenticity to my kitchen. I could’t believe that I was holding two chanchitos made out of terra cotta from Chile. Of course I got a couple since the believe is they bring good luck.

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We hope this community will grow into a great resource for parents, teachers, librarians, publishers, and authors! We thought it might be fun to try having a suggested theme for the next linkup. Those who are interested in participating in the theme would have from now until the next linkup August 6th to write a post based around the theme and then share it with cmopleto rest of us. You do not have to focus on a given theme to participate in the linkup, but we thought it might encourage folks to explore and share new diverse books.

The libertaddor for the August 6th linkup is Diverse Books for Back to School. We look forward to seeing your choices! Chicken Man by Michelle Edwards. This book is the winner of a National Jewish Book Award and tells the story of a character named Rody, nicknamed Chicken Man, and how his joy in his work makes everyone on the kibbutz want to try his job next.

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Estos dos tenistas se encuentran ya retirados y desafortunadamente, no hay tenistas que hayan clasificado para las Olimpiadas de Rio Ha ganado medallas de oro en la copa del mundo de Brasil, Francia y Portugal. Esta foto resume mejor todos los campeonatos y resultados de este deportista. Espero sus resultados para estas olimpiadas. Rafaela Silva – Multicultural Kid Blogs. Don’t forget that you can also download our Summer Games Unit activity pack to learn more about the world and have fun during the Olympics.

We Are The Champions. One of the lautaeo important sports in Chile and South America libbro Soccer. Chile recently hosted the Copa America tournament inwhich is one of the most prestigious and most widely viewed sporting events in the world. Last year was especially important because Chile won this competition for the first time.