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Coloring Fiesta - Cinco de Mayo Arts and Crafts
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Fiesta Coloring and Activity Sheets
Enjoy these printable Fiesta coloring pages featuring Mexican culture pictures to color, Day of the Dead printables and south of the border party crafts for children.
Printable fiesta coloring pages are fun to decorate for a party with a south of the border theme. Color in fiesta activity sheets with your choice of traditional colors: use crayons, colored pencils or markers in brilliant green, orange, yellow, blue and red hues.
Make Cinco de Mayo party decorations or create your own fiesta art activities with free printable Mexico and Cinco de Mayo coloring pages. Teach Mexican culture with festive Mexican line art pictures of cacti, serapes, sombreros and maracas.
Sombrero Coloring Sheet - Mexican Hat Printable
Enjoy the Finest in Mariachi Music!
Mariachi Maracas Picture to Color
Fiesta Arts and Crafts Printables
Free printable fiesta coloring book pages for Cinco de Mayo arts and crafts activities
- Fiesta Coloring Sheets
Free fiesta coloring pages for Cinco de Mayo, Day of the Dead and Mexican cultural arts and crafts - cactus, sombrero, maracas, serape, and more
- Free Coloring Fiesta Serape and Sombrero Poster
Printable free fiesta coloring page with serape and sombrero.
- Fiesta Coloring Books
Cinco de Mayo Fiesta. Print the coloring page and color the picture.
- Cinco de Mayo Coloring Pages
Cinco de Mayo coloring pages show symbols of Mexico for kids
- Coloring Fun for Kids : Cinco de Mayo
Maracas coloring page for fiesta or Cinco de Mayo arts and crafts.
- Pinata Coloring Page
Traditional donkey pinata party toy coloring page.
- Traditional Mexican Clothing
Senorita and senor in traditional Mexican clothing to color.
Fiesta Sesame Street - Watch, Listen, Learn, Sing Along Fiesta Fun
Fiesta means party in Spanish- Sesame Street is pulsating with activity in this upbeat preschool program featuring Latino songs. Jim Henson's Muppets join the fun while everyone's favorite, Elmo, learns the Conga- Wiggle dance.
Printable Mexico Coloring Pages
Pictures of Mexican culture, history and geography
Mexico is a country with rich history and cultural traditions - learn about Mexico with these free printable coloring pages.
- Flag of Mexico Coloring
Full sheet size printable coloring page of the flag of Mexico.
- Mexican Guitar Player
Music is a big part of "Cinco de Mayo" fiesta which means May 5th in Spanish. On this holiday, both Mexican and Mexican Americans celebrate a victory over the Spanish.
- Mexican Maracas Picture to Color
Fiesta maracas coloring page, a free printable Mexican fiesta musical instruments - mararacas - picture to color.
- Fiesta Coloring, Sombrero Mexican Hat Picture to Color
Free coloring page of sombrero Mexican hat for fiesta, Cinco de Mayo or Mexico culture study units.
- Mexico Map Coloring Page
Free realistic colouring picture of the country of Mexico. Educational coloring sheets to print and download.
Fiesta Arts and Crafts Activities
Make your fiesta celebration even more fun by adding an arts and crafts activity to the fun. These links will take you to free fiesta crafts for chlldren.
- Woven Mats Lesson Plan
Woven paper mat craft project from Crayola
- Spring Tissue Paper Flowers | Craft Jr.
Tissue paper flowers are so easy - they are the ultimate kids craft. You simply can't mess them up. And the crumplier they are, the prettier they are! Make paper flowers for your Mexican fiesta or Cinco de Mayo party.
- Make Homemade Castanets | Activities | Education.com
Why buy musical instruments when you can make your own castanets quicker than you can say, 'ole!'
- Cut Paper Banners
Learn to make papel picado, paper banners that line the streets in Mexico on fiesta days.
Cinco de Mayo Coloring Poster - Printable Chili Peppers Coloring Page or Digital Stamp
Celebrating Cinco de Mayo
Parades, traditional foods, colorful crafts, and happy people are the trademarks of celebrating Cinco de Mayo - a wonderful opportunity each year for the United States and Mexico to acknowledge and re-affirm their friendship and shared cultural heritage.
© 2009 Lee Hansen