Cinco de Mayo may not seem like a holiday we should celebrate in the United States, or anywhere besides Mexico for that matter, but it can be a great point of history. If you’re studying Mexico you will likely talk about this day at some point. And if you’re not, May 5th is a fun day for party and learning more about another culture!
Today you can grab these fun and educational Cinco de Mayo Emergent Readers. These readers are a great way to practice sight words and learning to read short sentences as you learn more about May 5th. These fun Emergent Readers are available to my SUBSCRIBERS ONLY, so head over now to grab yours!! Don’t miss all my other Emergent Readers!!
Emergent Readers Include:
- Sight word(s) based on the picture
- Short sentences including the sight word(s)
- Sight word(s) is not traceable in the sentence
- Fill-in-the-blank word(s)
If you’re looking for some great readers to use while learning about Ants, check out these great titles. Many are probably available at your local library, or you could get a Kindle version for most of them on Amazon. I love using my Kindle Reader app to read with my kids. I have so many titles at the tip of my fingers in just minutes!
Fiesta Time! by Sandi Hill
Marco’s Cinco de Mayo by Lisa Bullard
Cinco de Mayo by Mary Dodson Wade
Cinco de Mouse-O! by Judy Cox
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo by Carolyn Otto
Cinco de Mayo by Rebecca Rissman
Cinco de Mayo: Yesterday and Today by Maria Christina Urrutia
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with the Mexican Hat Dance by Alma F. Ada