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Category: Brazilian Culture for Kids

Holidays and Festivals of Brazil

Holidays and Festivals of Brazil Carnival: Rio de Janeiro and Salvador de Bahia holds some of the most popular and highly anticipated festivals in the world. Carnival is not just a festival, but it can be called a holiday because businesses and schools are closed for this spectacular event. The high-quality samba schools showcase…

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Dressing up in Brazil

Dressing up in Brazil Brazilians take dressing well very seriously. Men wear dark colored business suits, and are dressed conservatively. Women wear elegant and feminine dresses, and are expected to have manicures and pedicures. Clothing is very mainstream, and western. Most clothing is extremely colorful for events, and lounge time.

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Sound of Brazil

Sounds of Brazil Passion, joy, sympathy, all of this describes Brazilian music. The background of Brazilian music is that of Amerindian, Portuguese, and African music as well. Unique Brazilian genre consists of the following; choro, forro, frero, somloa, bossa nova, and many more. Brazil’s earliest kind, however, is folk music. The music of…

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Brazillian children’s Day

Children’s Day October 12th is Children’s day in Brazil. On this day, children unwrap gifts, and eat lots and lots of sweets. This day is bigger than Christmas to most kids in Brazil, and highly anticipated annually. The elders of Brazil never fail to let their children know how much they are valued…

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Common Brazilian Cuisine

Common Brazilian Cuisine Brazilians eat lots of fruits. In fact, most of their fruits come straight out of the amazon. They eat fruits like mangoes, guava, pineapple, passion fruit, and many more. Meat, typically beef, is also top quality in Brazil. Below are the 3 most common dishes, desserts, and simple recipes. Common…

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Brazillian children’s game

Children’s Games Quiemada: Like dodge ball, the game is played on an open field. Make two teams, and evenly place one team on one side of the field and the other team on the other side of the field. At both ends of the field, place a marker. One child runs through the…

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Brazillian fun facts, food, music, language & more…

Children’s Games Quiemada: Like dodge ball, the game is played on an open field. Make two teams, and evenly place one team on one side of the field and the other team on the other side of the field. At both ends of the field, place a marker. One child runs through the…

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