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By Lynn Gordon

ISBN-10: 1452103895

ISBN-13: 9781452103891

Fifty two wet Day Activites positive aspects an array of stress-free and creative activities. This enjoyable pack is perfect for kids (and their mom and dad) caught within on a wet day.

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Ceremonies are similar to those from hundreds of years ago. a) French Along with the Mayan Indians, the population of b) Quetzal Guatemala includes the Ladinos, who have mixed Spanish c) Mayan Indian and Mayan Indian heritage. While the Mayan Indians tend to live in the rural highlands, most Ladinos live in cities. The Ladinos tend to be wealthier than the Indians. Spanish is the country’s most widely spoken language, but one in three Guatemalans speaks an Indian language. Most of the people are Roman Catholic, but many Indians mix Catholic beliefs with traditional religious practices.

The island is mostly hilly, though it is flatter along the coast. Most of the people live in the coastal area. Rainforests cover parts of the north. Many of the island’s trees were cut down for lumber or farming. Special plans now encourage conservation. New forests have been planted with such fast-growing trees as eucalyptus, teak, and Honduran pine. Puerto Rico was known as Borinquén to the native Arawak Indians who settled on the island hundreds of years ago. Their descendants were living there when in 1493 Christopher Columbus became the first European to reach the island.

Deer, coyotes, snakes, and the “Ring of Gold,” armadillos are found in the dry north. the circle of Mexico’s history goes back thousands of years. The native volcanoes that rings Indian Olmec were the first to establish a civilization in what is the Pacific Ocean. now Mexico. They lived in central Mexico from about 1200 to 400 BC. The Maya, Toltec, and Aztec later built their own cities. The Aztec city of Tenochtitlán was built on the site of what is now Mexico City, the country’s capital. In the 1500s Spanish conquistadores (soldiers) took over from the Aztec, and Spain ruled Mexico for several hundred years.

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