A “Dalahäst” is a Swedish tradition. “Dala” is short for “Dalarna”, which is the province the tradition comes from . “Häst” is the Swedish word for “horse.” Traditionally, they’re little wooden horses given to children as toys. They’re almost always red, with beautiful decorations in green, yellow, white, and gold. But Dalahästs, (or Dala Horses, […]Read more "Dalahäst"
Kids love Halloween, and I’ve found that they also love to learn about Dia de Los Muertos, or Mexican Day of the Dead. I spend the first two weeks of October (or, two classes, since I only see kids once a week) playing traditional Mexican music, showing videos of Dia de Los Muertos festivities, and […]Read more "Calavera"