This festive worksheet includes three themed bookmarks that you can customize by having your students color their own picture on the back of the bookmarks, or even glue two together to create a bookmark with our Hispanic Heritage Month illustration on both sides!
Hispanic Heritage Month Worksheets
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 through October 15. It celebrates the important contributions of the Hispanic people, culture, and language to the United States. Over 54 million people in the U.S., or 17% of the population, have a Hispanic background. Below are our worksheets for Hispanic Heritage Month; they are free for you to use in the classroom or at home. Click on the worksheet title to view additional details or to download and print.
Find your way through the crazy Mayan maze with this Hispanic heritage activity!
Students will learn about the many different Hispanic countries with this printable activity as they are asked to put each the countries in alphabetical order. This printable Hispanic Countries worksheet is ideal for 2nd – 4th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
The famous Mexican folk song, Celito Lindo, became popular in the late 19th century. It is now considered the official anthem of Mexico, and it has been recorded by many popular artists. In this printable Hispanic Heritage activity, students will read through an English translation of the words and answer comprehension questions about the passage.
Help your students practice their numbers in Spanish with this fun word search activity!
Encourage your students to practice their basic Spanish and English vocabulary skills with this word match activity!
Match different English words to their Spanish meaning with this fun activity for learning about Hispanic heritage.
With this printable activity, your students will learn about writing an acrostic poem while they also celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. In an acrostic poem, the first letter of each line spells out the subject of the poem. Students will be asked to write an acrostic poem for the word “Hispanic”.
The maracas pictured on this printable worksheet have a letter on them. Make as many words as you can in the time allowed by your teacher. Each word must be at least three letters long. The more letters in the word, the more points you receive! This printable Hispanic Heritage activity is great for 2nd – 5th grade students.
Who doesn’t love a color by number? Bring some creativity into the class with this Mexican flag color by number activity!
Students will be asked to match the person in Column A with the correct description in column B on this Hispanic Heritage Month activity. For example, the “first Hispanic woman in space” would be matched with “Ellen Ochoa”. This printable worksheet is ideal for 4th – 8th grade students, but can be used where appropriate.