The study of Hispanic heritage offers you the chance to explore many diverse and rich cultures with your class during Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15–October 15). These lesson plans, printables, activities, and references will enrich your classroom study. Read the book The House on Mango Street and Shadow of a Bull, learn about Mexico's Day of the Dead, play mariachi music, practice Spanish vocabulary, discover the customs and traditions of Hispanic heritage, and more.
Help your younger students learn about or celebrate Ramadan with this printable activity book. Featuring 14 pages of printable activities that promote fine motor skills and cultural awareness, this activity book is perfect for introducing Ramadan and Eid-al-Fitr to younger children. (Grades PreK-3) (These materials are provided courtesy of Jameela Ho of Ilma Education. For more resources like these, including lesson plans, videos and Ramadan crafts, visit the Ilma Education website.)
A Teaching Guide to Race by Marc Aronson (Grades 6-12)
Check out our member exclusive packet with many educational Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Black History Month activities for your classroom. Incorporate these important subjects into many of your classes, such as Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
Strategies for Teaching Culturally Diverse Students
Use this program to foster a positive attitude and self-esteem for culturally diverse students, especially those with learning problems. (Grades Pre-K -
Thanks Around the World (Foreign Languages Printable, K-5th Grade)
Teach children how to say "thank you" in many different languages. This printable provides an excellent activity for the Thanksgiving season, during which you can teach your students to appreciate and give thanks for their blessings, however it is
Teaching about Racism, Prejudice & Discrimination in America
Learn about the "skills gap" for new graduates, why SEL and 21st-century skills are so important, and best practices for implementing them in the classroom with this guide. Includes social-emotional learning definitions and theories from several leading educational authorities, helpful research and studies, and project-based learning resources for the classroom.
Ramadan: The Month of Fasting
For more than a billion Muslims around the world -- including some 8 million in North America -- Ramadan is a month of blessing marked by prayer, fasting, and charity.
Browse a printable teacher resource book of activities celebrate diversity through art. Students can gain insight into the vast diversity of life and culture in America through the special celebrations that occur in January, February, and March.