Cinco De Mayo Teacher Resources

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In this Cinco de May learning exercise, students read a passage about the celebration of Cinco de Mayo in the United States. Students fill in ten missing words to make the text understandable. The words will be of the student's own choice; there is no word bank.
In this Cinco De Mayo worksheet, student fill in blanks to complete a paragraph, using words from a word bank at the top of the worksheet. Worksheet contains links to additional activities.
For this spelling worksheet, students recognize how to spell words related to Cinco De Mayo. Students are given twelve words where they must fill in the missing letter of the word.
A perfect assignment to give to your beginning and intermediate Spanish classes on Cinco de Mayo, this worksheet requires learners to conjugate a series of verbs to complete 13 sentences. Each sentence describes Cinco de Mayo and its history, so after learners conjugate the verbs independently, pair them up to translate the document into English.
In this subtraction practice worksheet, students solve 10 problems that require them to subtract 2-digit number fromĀ 2-digit numbers.
Study the culture, language, and history of Mexico in this collection of lessons. Create maps of Mexico's geography, study Spanish language phrases, and create a fiesta, along with a Mexican Marketplace scene.
Second graders explore the holidays of different cultures. In this culture lesson, 2nd graders knowledge about various holidays. Students play a matching game with the name of the holiday and the description. Students research one of the holidays and fill out a self assessment.
Young scholars identify holidays celebrated by different cultures in Kansas and create a timeline of when they started to be celebrated. In this Kansas holidays lesson plan, students create a timeline wall in their class for each holiday.
Students celebrate Mexican holidays. In this global studies instructional activity, students collaborate to research the Day of the Dead and Cinco de Mayo. Students present their findings about the holidays and host classroom celebrations.
Students create a fabric poncho to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. They sample food and drink from Mexico and follow instructions to make the ponhco. They also discover the history of the holiday.
Students investigate the culture of Mexico. They are given a brief history of Cinco de Mayo and learn about the poncho as being an essential piece of clothing. Students will create their own poncho using their choice of design and colors.
Students create pinatas. In this Cinco de Mayo art lesson plan, students experiment with a water and flour mixture in order to create their own pinatas. Students decorate pinatas.
Young scholars explore world history by illustrating an image. In this Mexican culture lesson plan, students identify the history of the holiday Cinco De Mayo and discuss the challenges the Mexican army faced. Young scholars illustrate a picture demonstrating a time when they had to overcome an obstacle.
Students research the origin of Cinco de Mayo. In this Mexican history lesson, students research the battle on the 5th of May in Mexico and create artistic pieces that represent their findings.
In this daily writing prompt worksheet, students learn that May 5th is Cinco de Mayo. Students use resources in the classroom to learn 5 facts about Mexico and its culture and summarize them in their own words.
In this comprehension learning exercise, students read a passage about Cinco de Mayo and answer multiple choice questions about it. Students complete 5 questions total.
Seventh graders research the American Civil War. They analyze the serious internal disorders developed in Mexico due to the Imperalist interventions of the French Emperor Napoleon III. In addition, 7th graders write papers on the origins of Cinco de Mayo.
In this Cinco De Mayo worksheet, students work with a group, writing a creative story about the holiday, using words given in a word box. Worksheet contains links to additional activities.
In this holidays worksheet, students read 10 statements about Cinco de Mayo. Students fill in the blanks with the correct response.
In this Cinco de Mayo worksheet, students use the first letters of the words Cinco de Mayo to write an acrostic poem. The letters and writing lines are set up on the page.

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