Book List: Hispanic Heritage Month

Previous Next National Hispanic Heritage Month: It’s Always Time to Read! Let’s celebrate the contributions that Hispanic people made to art, math, science, society, and culture. These books are great for your ELA, ELL, and Spanish language classes that are sure to immerse your kids in this richly diverse society. Have fun reading, bookworms!National Hispanic

Reading: Author’s Purpose

This informational reading lesson features two graphic organizers aligned to meet Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Missouri Learning Standards (MLS). Continuing the immersive lesson theme for the visit to Grandma’s house, both Grandma and grandchild are sharing stories. Grandma broaches the topic of writing and authoring, which leads into author’s purpose.Teacher Tip: If you

Reading: “The Fireball Wand”

We have finished our journey through the woods. At her home, Grandma tells her grandchild a story about a wand. Using Grade 5 Common Core reading standards, students will read the 350+ word story and complete a multiple-choice quiz to continue the journey. For formative assessment, students can highlight textual evidence from the passage to