Mexican Revolution Day

15 Nov

This is the week when we celebrate 102 years to be free from a dictator and change the country into modernity. A lot of blood, sweat and tears to make this country better.

This week is mandatory to perform a parade or a festival to celebrate the day, at least a Mexican breakfast in every school of the country. (Picture form Last year Parade)

There are not a lot of printables in the Internet about this Mexican Holiday, but I manage to find this in blog for preschool. Those are beautiful pictures to print and color.

As a personal note, my grandma (still with us with 97 years old and healthy as toddler) met and knew General Alvaro Obregon when she was a little girl. He was our President of Mexico in those days.

According to my grandma, her mom and Obregon’s mom were friends.


Posted by on November 15, 2012 in 1st cycle, 2nd cycle, 3rd cycle, 4th cycle


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2 responses to “Mexican Revolution Day

  1. Helen

    November 24, 2012 at 11:09 pm

    and my husband’s grandfather served as a soldier with him. He got to live in Chapultepec Castle serving also for Victoriano Huerta.


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