A Sugar Skull for Cinco de Mayo!
Cinco de Mayo, (“May 5th” in Spanish), is a Mexican celebration in remembrance of the Battle of Peubla on May 5, 1862 (learn more about it here). However, outside of Mexico it’s often considered to be a lively celebration of Mexican culture and heritage.
Do you have Mexican family or friends? Make sure you wish them a happy Cinco de Mayo! This is also a great time to ask them about their culture and learn more about their rich heritage.
Otherwise, this page is free to download and print for personal and classroom use.
HOW TO PRINT…
Click the DOWNLOAD link below to view the printable page (it’s a JPEG file). It usually works best to:
1. save the image to your computer (right click or ctrl click to find the save option),
2. then print from the saved file.
Feel free to email me if you have trouble. Enjoy!
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