No Prep Plans for Hispanic Heritage Month


NO PREP PLAN for HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH that are perfect for the library and substitute teacher. 


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This no prep activity is great if you need something on the fly or if you need to whip up some sub plans.  I use these specifically as sub plans for substitute teachers. They work whether you have 20, 30 or 40+ minutes of library class. The sub will not run out of things to do with your class.

After downloading this resource you will receive a complete lesson plan for PreK through Grade 5 students.

👉🏼 This resource includes editable pages and is a Google Drive Resource. A copy of the resource will be added to your Drive, and then you can edit the pages.

👉🏼 This is a tech – free activity! You and the students will not need any technology to participate in this activity. 



This resource includes: 

  • Standards Based Lesson that engages students in read aloud activities during Hispanic Heritage Month. This lesson works for all ages and grades! All you need to do is choose a picture book to read aloud, and print the recording sheets & bookmarks. Standards listed below. 
  • 3 Note Taking Sheets for you to choose from. They also let you differentiate for different grade levels. One sheet is great for PreK and Kindergarten. Another is perfect for grades 1-3. And yet another is great for grades 4 and 5.
  • 8 bookmarks that students can color. Each book is written in Spanish and English.
  • Over 15 suggested picture book titles to use for a read aloud. Each book is organized by grade level making it super easy for you to choose titles that best fit your needs!


This activity meets the following standards:

→ AASL: Reading widely and deeply in multiple formats and write and create for a variety of purposes.

→ CCSS: Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.1

→ CCSS: Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently.