Select 2-3 books to read together.
Find some books about subject at home, use our online catalog to find books to pickup from the library, or explore our digital picture book collection.
Our children's librarians recommend:
One is a Pinata by Rosanne Thong
Cinco de Mouse-o by Judy Cox
Celebrate! it's Cinco de Mayo by Janice Levy
Learn a song or fingerplay.
"Cinco de Mayo" means "The Fifth of May" in Spanish.
Let's learn to count to five in Spanish: Uno= 1, Dos = 2, Tres = 3, Quatro =4, Cinco = 5
Make a craft.
Supplies: paper bag, string, crayons or markers, stickers, candy.
Make your own pinata. Decorate a paper bag, then fill with candy. Tie the bag shut with string or a piece yarn. Ask an adult to help you hang the pinata from a tree branch. Try hitting the pinata with a baseball bat or a stick to break it open.