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Day of the Dead Videos & Activities

Day of the Dead Videos & Activities

Introduce the history, traditions and symbols of Día de los Muertos, celebrated on November 1 and 2, with educational videos and classroom activities.

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Spanish Worksheets

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DK Spanish Language Learner will get foreign language students making conversation in Spanish in no time. Below you will find flash cards, themed vocabulary, and activities.

Pyramid Of The Sun

Enhance your teaching materials with this clip art image illustrating the Pyramid of Sun -- seen from Pyramid of Moon, Mexico.
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Enhance your teaching materials with this clip art image illustrating the Pyramid of Sun -- seen from Pyramid of Moon, Mexico.
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Mexico

Enhance your teaching materials with this clip art image illustrating Mexico.
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Enhance your teaching materials with this clip art image illustrating Mexico.
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60816
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Sharing the Hispanic-American Heritage Experience

Sharing the Hispanic-American Heritage Experience

Hispanics are the largest group of English Language Learners in U.S. schools. There is a great need for children's and young adult Hispanic American literature that reflects the experiences and cultures of this large segment of the American ethnic mosaic. Hispanic-American literature can easily be integrated into all levels of school curricula, enriching a uniquely American mosaic. Books can open doors to cross-cultural understanding in our increasingly diverse society.