#ConcertForKids with the Villalobos Brothers
Get inspired by these musical brothers from Xalapa, Mexico, as they combine traditional Mexican folk music with jazz and classical music.
Celebrate Spanish-speaking countries around the world with this bilingual video.
Visit this ancient city -- now a World Heritage site -- and learn about the Mayan people who once lived there.
Music of the Mountains
Enjoy some traditional music, including Peruvian pan flutes. Why are they different sizes? How does that affect the sound?
Ecuadorian Crumb Clay
With bread crumbs and glue, make some small sculptures. Air-dry or bake, and then paint to finish your creation.
Dig into History
Use this Google Doc to research a leader from the Mexican Revolution. Who were they, and what role did they play?
Drum Beats of South America
Clap along as you hear the different percussion beats from South America, while practicing some terms in Spanish.
Create (or write) something that represents your background and culture. Interview family members for extra help with details and perspectives.
Latinx, Hispanic, and Chicano Genius
Browse and read—or learn about—the work of Latinx, Hispanic, and Chicano artists, activists, and more. (Note: Some texts require sign-in.)
Use this curated collection to commemorate the histories, cultures, and contributions of Latinx Americans.
Queen Celia Cruz
Journey into the world of Latin American music and learn about the life of Celia Cruz, the Cuban-born singer known as the Queen of Salsa.
Navigating Difficult Conversations: Talking About DACA and "Dreamers"
Find helpful tips for discussing DACA or the DREAM Act with your class using this resource list or by watching the webinar video.