I will definitely return with pictures, but for now let me share what it includes:
* Cover page or coloring page depending on how you want to use it.
* Silly Pepper Glyph (full page or smaller size if you want to display it along with the silly pepper)
* Graphic Organizer for Cinco de Mayo Facts (boy and girl templates)
* Mental Imagery Activity- Several facts are listed on the snapshot page, students will draw mental images to go along the facts.
Here are a few simple Cinco de Mayo read alouds I like to share with my class. The one on the right is a reading A-Z book (level J) that can be used on the Smartboard or projector, my kiddos love projected books!
I'm back with a few silly pepper examples from my class: