By Ángela Padrón
Jellybeans, chocolate, eggs, and Jesus. What do they all have in common? One word – Easter!
Easter is a Christian holiday to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is celebrated on the first Sunday that follows the full moon after the equinox, sometime between March 22 and April 25 each year. In Spanish, Easter is called “Pascua,” and in French people call it “Paques,” both of which come from the Greek word Pascha and the Latin word Pasch, which mean “Passover,” or Pesach in Hebrew.
By- Angela Padrón There are many ways that teachers and students can celebrate National Poetry Month this April. Besides reading…