Do you teach your students about Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead?
Do your students understand that it is not the Mexican version of Halloween?
If you’re looking for an engaging and informative resource all about Day of the Dead, you’ll definitely want to check out my Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Social Studies Mini-Unit!
My Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead social studies mini-unit is jam-packed with fun activities and nonfiction passages to help your students learn all about Día de los Muertos!
This mini-unit focuses on the history of Día de los Muertos and the many traditions celebrated during Día de los Muertos. This mini-unit is LOW PREP and easy to put together!
- 6 pages of nonfiction passages
- 10 vocabulary words
- Mexican map and flag coloring sheets
- KWL chart
- Word search
- Bubble graphic organizer
- ABC order
- Fact page
- 2 pennant options
- 3 Writing prompts
- Blank writing page
- Word wall cards
Here’s what other teachers are saying about this mini-unit:
Perfect for social studies and reading. Enough activities for a whole week that can be integrated with language arts. Great for bilingual classes. Loved the cute graphics and the two languages for differentiation. – Martha L.
Really loved this! Wonderful addition to our world geography needs! – Brandy S.
This is just AMAZING! Everything you need. – Adelia M.
If you’re ready to teach your students all about Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead in an engaging way, you’ll definitely want to check out my Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Social Studies Mini-Unit!