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Frida's Fiesta – Stimulus Poster

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A stimulus poster which includes a menu for a Mexican style restaurant.

Welcome to Frida’s Fiesta, the world’s greatest Mexican-style restaurant.

This teaching resource is a stimulus poster which focuses on ideas around a Mexican restaurant menu. This resource provoked strong learning around food, health, comprehension, inferring, pricing and Mexican cultural themes.

Create your own activities to go with this stimulus poster, or check out Teach Starter’s inquiry projects, activities and task cards by looking at the Frida’s Fiesta Resource Collection.

If you like this stimulus resource, check out our other collections, including Five Wonders Theme Park and Colossal Cinemas Resource Collections.

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