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Cinco de Mayo

A brief history and cultural connections for the Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo
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Kristen Miele-Beatty

on 2 May 2011

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Transcript of Cinco de Mayo

History Culture What is
Cinco de Mayo? It translates in
English to the
"fifth of May" Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican
Cultural Celebration It is a day to honor the memory and bravery
of people with lively celebration that
anyone can participate in The inferior Mexican army defeated Napolean's French army in the battle The Battle of Puebla was fought on May 5, 1862 Food Art Music Dance Fiesta Artists Frida Kahlo Diego Rivera Crafts Tomorrow we will create tissue paper flowers for
Cinco de Mayo! Working in a small group, you are going to make a quick sculpture that represents Cinco de Mayo Talk over your ideas with your group first & then use model magic to make your sculpture You have the rest of the class period to work Remember to think about form, shape, texture, space, and color when creating your group sculpture
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