- Novice (Levels 1-2), Intermediate (Levels 2-4), Beginner (Level 1)
This bundle includes everything that you need to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in a meaningful way with your students and your entire school!
Here is how I use the resources:
STEP 1: Get the word out to the whole school about El mes de la herencia (AND our school’s awesome Spanish program!) with school-wide BINGO using the 20 biographies.
STEP 2: At the beginning of the month, give my students some background info on El mes de la hispanidad with the overview and history readings
STEP 3: On or just after Mexican Independence Day (depending when it falls), tackle the El Grito de Dolores mini unit.
STEP 4: Make sure that my students realize that there are more Spanish speaking countries than just Mexico and Puerto Rico using the two coloring pages.
STEP 5: In week 2 or 3 of the month, learn El Juramento a la bandera in Spanish.
Reading and lyric sheet for Cielito lindo y querido
Hispanic Heritage Month reading
A reading with comprehension questions on Hispanic Heritage Month.
Hispanic Heritage Month Jeopardy
Students will learn as they play! 20 questions and answers in Spanish.
20 latinos notables | SPANISH
Short biographies for Hispanic Heritage Month
25 MÁS latinos notables
Mini biographies for Hispanic Heritage Month
Mexican Independence Day plans for Spanish class & El grito de Dolores + DIGITAL
3-day lesson plans to learn about and celebrate Mexican Independence Day!
Geography of South America coloring activity in Spanish
A reading and coloring activity on the geography of South America.
Geography of Central America, Mexico & Caribbean coloring activity in Spanish
A reading and coloring activity on the geography of Central America, Mexico and Caribbean.
El juramento a la bandera
Learn the Pledge in Spanish for Hispanic Heritage Month