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  • The Fun Pinata
  • I love pinatas!!
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  • The pinatas are usually used for the Hispanic celebrations like New Year's and Christmas
  • What was the pinata used for?
  • 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Happy New Year's!
  • Augustinian friars used the pinatas to actually teach Native people about Christianity Principles!
  • Where did pinatas originate from, and who discovered it?
  • I, Marco Polo discovered that the Mandarins made hollowed figures covered with paper and candy inside.
  • Great job, but did you also know that pinatas first originated in China. 
  • Do you know how the pinata came to life, and all of its history through the travel of time?  Pinatas are so interesting to learn about, and some things are what the pinata was used for, where the pinata originated from and also who discovered it, what did the original pinata represent, and what was the original shape of the pinata and also what was it made out of. 
  • What did the original pinata represent?
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  • Detail 1:    http://www.sanbenitohistory.com/projects/Language Arts/Pinatas%20%231.html Detail 2:   http://www.tripsavvy.com/pinata-history-and-meaning-1588827
  • What was the original shape of the pinata and what was it made out of?
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  • Did you know that the original shape of the pinata was a star with seven points?
  • Detail 1:    https://www.livesciene.com/9894-cinco-de-mayo-pinata-originate .html Detail 2: https://www.livescience.com/9894-cinco-de-mayo-pinata- originate.html
  • Conclusion 
  • Detail 1: https.//www.sanbenitohistory.com/projects/Language Arts/Pinatas%20%231.html Detail 2: https.//www.sanbenitohistory.com/projects/Language Arts/Pinatas%20%231.html
  • Did you know that the original pinata was with seven points and it means symbolizing the seven deadly sins, and they are envy, sloth, gluttony, greed,lust, anger, wrath, and pride. 
  • That is cool, and did you know that the candies inside of the pinata represent forgiveness of sins and new beginning?
  • Detail 1:   https://www.tripsavvy.com/pinata-history-and-meaning-1588827 Detail 2:   https://www.tripsavvy.com/pinata-history-and-meaning-1588827
  • Oh yeah, I remember our teacher telling us that.  Did you know that the pinata was made out of a clay pot with mache and painted and decorated with bright tissue paper?
  • I love learning about the pinatas and how they first came to the world. I learned what the pinata was used for, where the pinata originated from and also who discovered it, what the original pinata represented, and finally what the original pinatas shape was and what it was made out of. 
  • I am so happy we got to learn about the life of the pinata!!
  • Yeah, I loved hearing all of the different information of its history.
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