Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month
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FREE - FIESTA FUN: Great for Sept. Hispanic Heritage Month and Cinco de Mayo Put the words in alphabetical order. FIESTA Write an acrostic poem. FIESTA WRITING: How does your family celebrate fiesta? Tell about your traditions.
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Dream Carver By Diana Cohn. Hispanic Heritage Month book.
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Dream Carver by Diana Cohn, illustrated by Amy Cordova. A book about the tradition of Oaxacan wood carving.
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El Capitan Cheech - El capitan Cheech children's book was selected by Criticas Magazine as one of their top choices for Hispanic Heritage Month 2008. Author: Cheech Marin / Illustrations: Orlando Ramirez
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Hispanic Heritage Month 2012 Recommended Reading List
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Hispanic Heritage month--folk art mirrors
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PAINTED PAPER: Mexican Mirrors We are creating a Mexican Marketplace in our school. The 4th grade students did a fantastic job creating radial designs for their Mexican folk art mirrors. Totally terrific! Totally fun! 1.They first traced around a circle, then added fun patterns. 2.Outlined with a sharpie, colored in the shapes with construction paper crayons. 3. Added patterns onto copper tooling,(using the silver side to look like a mirror) 4. Glued down the mirror, and added sequins.
art idea-- Hispanic Heritage month--folk art mirrors
4th grade Radial Design Mexican folk art mirrors. 1. Students traced a circle and added patterns which they later outlined with a sharpie and colored in the shapes with construction paper crayons. 2. Students added patterns onto copper tooling,(using the silver side to look like a mirror) and glued down the mirror, and then added sequins. #art docent ideas #art education #cultural art lesson #mexican folk art project #radial design project
hispanic heritage month decorations
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See the "Mexican Paper Decorations" in our Mexican Fiesta Party Ideas gallery
mexican tissue banners Mexican Paper Decorations How-To 1. Make eight equal sections: Fold one sheet of tissue paper in half the short way, then fold it in quarters, then in eighths. Unfold the paper and refold it accordion-style along the same folds. If desired, you can iron the paper now to make it flatter and thus easier to work with. 2. Create a repeating pattern by punching holes in the folded tissue paper using a variety of decorative hole punches. Do not use the punch on the folded edge or it will jam. Use scissors or pinking shears to cut shapes along the folded edge. Cut a curve that will make a scallop-shaped bottom edge. Leave a little room at the top. Open the folded paper. Using a warm iron, iron out the creases. 3. To hang the decorations as banners, fold the top 1/2 inch over, and crease. Run a string across the sheets, just under the fold. Carefully glue the folded edges down over the string. cinco de mayo party. was thinking all different colors, but this might be nice too
Papel Picado ~ Mexican Folk Art Tissue Paper Decorations | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions | Martha Stewart
Paper Decorations: Celebrate the holiday with these traditional tissue paper decorations made by using craft punches. You can also use the colorful banner as a table runner or place mats for your Cinco de Mayo get-together.
Multicultural Crafts to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage This Month