Discovery en la Escuela invites you to celebrate Columbus Day (aka Day of the Discovery of the Americas,) Children´s Day in Brazil and Halloween, an American tradition.
Did you know?
Halloween is an ancient pagan festival celebrated on the eve of October 31st., the evening before All Saints Day. Its origins date back to an ancient Celtic festival that marked the end of summer and harvest in Ireland. On the night of October 31st., the Celts celebrated sacred rites because they believed the spirits of the dead returned to earth. They placed candles on the window-sills to help the dead “find their way”. Mexico follows a similar tradition. Don’t miss the Mexican decorated “calaveras”!
Discovey en la Escuela travels to Mexico, a country rich in traditions and rites, religious faith, love for the family, and much more. Let’s learn about Mexican ceremonies and rituals, the people´s devotion, a sacred site and the spirit of its people. As Mexicans say, “Viva Mexico”!
Tim Kennedy belongs to the Ranges and is one of the best in mixed martial arts. He travels around the country to highlight the people who work hard by putting himself in their shoes.
Discovery Kids brings new Hanazuki episodes, the new series that will take the little ones to a world full of magic and color. Hanazuki, a funny and cheerful girl who wants to save her home from being robbed of all its color, beauty and harmony…
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