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Hispanic Heritage Month Resources: Home

General Online Reference Sources

These databases will provide lots of background information about topics related to Hispanic Heritage Month. These sources contain articles, images, primary sources, ebooks, and other reference materials.

 

Lesson Plans and Ideas

National Hispanic Heritage Month Site

What Countries are Hispanic?

  • Argentina                              
  • Bolivia
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • Dominican Republic
  • Equador
  • El Salvador
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Guatemala
  • Honduras
  • Mexico
  • Nicaragua
  • Panama
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • Puerto Rico
  • Spain
  • Uruguay
  • Venezuela

Spanish & Bilingual Books in the NCS Library

Did you know that we have a large collection of books in Spanish in Hancock Library? We also have many that are bilingual, too. Most of these books are on the Spanish shelf near the picture books. Some are shelved by author in the picture book section - you will find a red and yellow label on these that say "Spanish" so they are easier to find! You may also search "Hispanic Heritage" in the library catalog to find many books, too. (Ms. Holley has added a tag to those books so they may be more easily located.)

Other Online Resources

Digital Media: Discovery Education Streaming

There are a number of videos and videos clips about Hispanic Heritage Month and Hispanic culture on Discovery Education. Students in each division access this site differently:

Grades JK3-3rd Grade: User name: first initial, last name, underscore, ncs (i.e. aholley_ncs)  Password: raiders

Grades 4-12: User Name: Student's email    Password: raiders

Other Digital Media: Video Clips & Documentaries

Monarch Migration

Artisinal Traditions: Art, Food, Pottery, Etc.

Primary Sources

Online Exhibits to Explore

People to Learn About

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