Semana Santa en España. Extra teacher’s notes are available to enhance some slides. You can click on the megaphone symbol to hear a voice-over. There are accompanying question-sheets to suit KS1 and KS2 children.
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“Los penitentes” carry a wooden cross and wear a floppy hood - “un antifaz”. They are often in processions on Good Friday.
This is perhaps the most mournful day of processions, as people remember Christ’s burial.
Easter Sunday processions are louder and more joyous.
…making “capirotes” for “los nazarenos”;
Children can take part in the processions and play in the bands.Many families watch the processions, even the ones late at night.
In Cataluña, in northeastern Spain, children are given a “mona” by their godparents. This is an Easter egg or special Easter cake in an amazing design.