Expand students’ understanding of Hispanic history and culture while helping to develop their Spanish language skills with resources from PBS Learning Media. These featured interactive games, video clips, and lesson plans are designed to engage learners and enhance curriculum. If you’ve yet to do so, you can create a free account on PBS LearningMedia to search, save, and share your favorite resources.
The Storm that Swept Mexico: Revolutionary Art
Grades 9-12 | Video | Visual Art and History
Explore the Mexican Muralist Movement and consider the role of art as social commentary using this video resource from Latino Public Broadcasting.
Theodore Roosevelt’s Rough Riders and the Spanish American War
Grads 6-12 | Video | Spanish American War
Use this resource to enhance lessons on the Spanish American War, Roosevelt’s Rough Riders, and New Mexico’s path toward statehood.
Baseball and Social Change: The Story of Roberto Clemente
Grades: 5-8 | Blended Lesson | Literacy Skill Development
Invite students to examine the relationship between culture and identity through the story of baseball legend Roberto Clemente.
Hispanic Exploration in America from the Library of Congress
Grades: 4-12 | Media Gallery | Teaching with Primary Resources
Gain insight into the Hispanic exploration, colonization, and conquests in North America by examining a collection of primary sources from the Library of Congress.
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The Red Balloon from “Oh Noah!”
Grades K-2 | Lesson Plan, Games | Spanish Vocabulary
¡Pruébalo! Develop your students’ Spanish language skills using this collection of videos and interactive games from PBS Kids’ “Oh Noah!”