Ole! Today we have some Cinco de Mayo Coloring Pages. If this is a day you celebrate or teach to your students, I think you will enjoy these. One of my majors in college was Spanish, so it is fun to watch my children start to learn Spanish. It helps me remember it! If you are looking for a great book for teaching about Cinco de Mayo, we like the book Marco’s Cinco de Mayo. It teaches why Mexico celebrates the holiday as well as teaches about a few traditions.
Cinco de Mayo Coloring Pages
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Need more Cinco de Mayo Resources? Check out my friend Katie’s site. She lives in Mexico and has free Cinco de Mayo worksheets. She also has a new Mexico geography book that would be perfect to help with your Cinco de Mayo lesson! Lastly she has some resources to help teach Spanish too! Here is the info…
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