This festivity usually takes place at a grand tent made of raw material that was once commonly used for special festivities in old rural areas. Men and women dress up as farm rural people, with large straw hats, fake freckles, painted gap teeth and women wear pigtails. This is a tribute to the origins of Brazilian country music.
Listen to this podcast below to get all the details of how to create stations or classroom centers in your class during a Festa Junina Celebration! I share with you the historical background of this one festival in Brazil, the festival itself and it’s how you can implement the cultural study in your classroom!
- CHEATSHEET with all the details of the episode and Video links to festa Junina dances
- Brazilian Children's Folk music Kit with a Recorder Bonus!
- Festa Junina Games for your class centers!
Download our cheat sheet with all of this information including links to that you have everything you need to implement Festa Junina in your class to celebration the end of the year!