Hispanic Heritage Month

Ready-To-Go Teacher Created Activities

September 15th - October 15th is National Hispanic Heritage Month. What was once a week long celebration, in 1988, was been extended to a month. During this time of celebration, North America reflects on the cultures, traditions, and contributions made by people of Hispanic origins. Create a free account and search Hispanic in the Ready-To-Go Publicly Shared Activities Bank


 
 

What is Hispanic Heritage Month? 

Suggested for upper elementary students, this activity begins with an informative video: Hispanics Past and Present. Then students will read one page of informational text followed by eight automatically graded multiple choice questions.  

What is Hispanic Heritage Month

 
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Hispanic Population Soars

Recommended for 2nd-4th grade students,  this quick activity includes a short article and photograph explaining that Hispanic Americans are the fastest growing group in America, changing the face of our population. Four multiple choice questions and one student response check for student comprehension. A great learning activity to using during Hispanic Heratige Month, or any time. 

Hispanic Population Soars

 
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Fiesta!

Suggested for primary students. This easy to read article has colorful photographs, bold headings, and interesting vocabulary to describe Hispanic Heritage Month. This activity is written on a 480 Lexile level and is complete with six comprehension questions. Rubrics attached to student response items make grading a breeze. 

 

Fiesta!

 
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Cesar Chavez 

Recommended for 2nd-5th grade students, this activity begins with a biography video (5:27) teaching about the life of Cesar Chavez and his contributions to the Hispanic Culture and people in America. The article is written on a 690 Lexile Level and includes ten follow up questions. 

 

Cesar Chavez

 
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Roberto Clemente: Everybody's Hero

Roberto Clemente was a great baseball player who changed the face of baseball.  Reccommended for upper elementary students, this one page passage tells of a great Hispanic athlete and compassionate man who gave all he could give to others. 

 

Roberto Clemente

 
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