Oye La Fiesta!
Give your second-grader insight into the Huichol culture of Mexico with this arts and craft activity by creating an ojo de Dios (eye of God), or yarn weaving.
Show your fifth grader how to create a vivid and colorful, Picasso-inspired, 3-D mask.
Play loteria, a Mexican board game! Help your child make this fun and festive game to help her build her vocabulary and have a blast while she's at it.
Teach your kindergartener a little about Mexican culture by giving him a festive, no-cook lesson in how to make "aguas frescas," or seasonal fruit drinks.
Your first or second grader will delight in creating multi-colored confetti egg smashers, traditional in Mexico, called cascarones!
Learn how to count in Spanish. Your child will practice her numbers and build her reading skills while learning a bit about Latino culture along the way.
Make some fabulously festive flan and get your child in the kitchen to teach him some tricks of the culinary trade as he makes this traditional Mexican treat.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with your child and teach her about Mexican heritage with this fun arts and crafts activity.
Let your child add her creative touch to Cinco de Mayo celebrations by showing her how to make chili pepper napkin rings.
Here's a first-grade or second-grade activity to help create these tissue paper banners and add a personal and colorful touch to any home celebration!