Cinco de Mayo Fun at Home

Come 5th May every year and it’s time for a gala celebration for Cinco de Mayo. Why should this year be any different? Here are a couple of ways to have a good time at home and also instill some learning into your little ones regarding the significance of the festive occasion.
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Make Paper Bag Pinatas: Definitely one of the best parts of the celebration, homemade paper bag pinatas (especially those that burst open by breaking it open with a stick) are a treat to behold. All the more fun to involve your kids in stuffing them up with confetti and candy.

Whip Up Some Margaritas: Kiddie non-alcoholic ones, of course, with a dash of lime! Just holding the much coveted glass and taking a sip like adults is sure to be exciting for the children.

Adorn Walls in Red & Green: The colors of the Mexican flag should be all around you to get you in the true spirit of Cinco de Mayo.

Here’s wishing a ton of pinatas, margaritas and laughter to all you folks out there!

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