National Hispanic Heritage Month is a great time to teach your children about their unique heritage. In addition to providing your kids with opportunities to learn throughout the month, enjoying time together making fun crafts is a great way to teach them about their Hispanic heritage. You and your kids will have a blast making these 10 fun crafts for kids to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.
Tissue Paper Flowers | Inspired By Family
Taino Petroglyphs: Rock Art For Kids – Kids World Citizen
Quetzal Craft from Guatemala – Growing Up Bilingual
God’s Eye (Ojo de Dios) | Crafts By Amanda
Puerto Rican Güiro Craft – Modern Mami
Rainforest Macaw Craft from Costa Rica | I Heart Crafty Things
Nazca Lines Craft for Kids from Peru – Spanish Mama
Day of the Dead Skull Mask from Mexico – Growing Up Bilingual
Mola Folk Art from Panama – Kids World Citizen
Cuban Man Paper Bag Puppet | Cool Moms Cool Tips
Dancing Girls Mini Piñatas | Hideous! Dreadful! Stinky!
Argentina Buildings Paper Collage | Creative Family Fun