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Día de los Muertos / Day of the Dead Writing Template

Writing Template for Día de los Muertos / Day of the Dead After students learn about Día de los Muertos, they can respond to writing prompts to show their understanding on these fun calavera templates. Includes decorated and blank calavera, 7 different writing templates, and writing prompts in Spanish and English.

from Happy Brown House

Mexico Books for Kids

Mexico Books for Kids--great book list to go with studying world cultures, Mexico, Cinco de Mayo, travel, geography, and more. Includes fiction and nonfiction. Perfect for a Mexico unity study in the classroom or homeschool.

from Woman's Day

20 Places All Americans Should See Before They Die

New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns is a system of 119 ancient caves hidden below the landscape, formed when sulfuric acid dissolved limestone that surrounded it. The climate inside is cool, and makes an exciting stop for caving, either on a self-guided or ranger-guided tour. When the sun sets, listen to a ranger talk just before watching the caves' bats fly out into the sky. Get more information about Carlsbad Caverns. -

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Spanish Color-By-Number: Easy Picture for Día de los Muertos

Easy Spanish color-by-number activity for Día de los Muertos. Great to use with kids learning Spanish for Day of the Dead. Practice Spanish vocabulary for parts of the face, colors in Spanish and numbers in Spanish.


ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS OF LATIN AMERICA LESSON PLAN: INCA, MAYA, AND AZTEC CIVILIZATIONS. In this lesson plan for grade 6 - 12, students use BrainPOP resources to learn and synthesize information about the ancient civilizations of Latin America. They will create a three . . .