Cinco De Mayo Resources

Cinco de Mayo (Enhanced eBook)
Practice basic skills while celebrating Cinco de Mayo! Four pocket projects help your students celebrate Cinco de Mayo while they practice math and oral and written language skills. Pocket 1: Mexican Paper Doll; English Vocabulary; Cinco de Mayo Minibook. Pocket 2: Make a Pinata; Pinata Acrostic Verse. Pocket 3:; Make a Mexican Flag; The Mexican Flag. Pocket 4: Celebrate with a Classroom Fiesta; Mexican Hot Chocolate Chant; Tissue Paper Flowers. This enhanced eBook gives you the freedom to copy and paste the content of each page into the format that fits your needs. You can post lessons on your class website, make student copies, and more.


Cinco de Mayo
On May 5, 1862, a small group of Mexican forces defeated a powerful French army at the Battle of Puebla, one of history's most memorable fights for freedom. It is this victory that Mexicans, especially those settled in the United States, celebrate as Cinco de Mayo, (Fifth of May). Colorful parades, music, folk dances, and reenactments of the famous battle mark the celebrations.

More Cinco De Mayo lesson plans and teaching ideas.


Home > Blogs > Specials Blog >  © 2012 Keybookshop Contact Us