When it comes to kids craft projects, we like to keep our crafts along educational lines. Cinco de Mayo is a big holiday in Texas, even among those of non-Hispanic origin.
Most Texans use this day as a fun way to celebrate the culture of Mexican immigrants and it ends up as a fun bonding experience between Texans of Mexican origan and Texans of other origins.
Even kids get in on the holiday with fun Cinco de Mayo learning activities and Cinco de Mayo crafts.
These fun crafts will allow children to celebrate the culture of Mexico whether it is their native culture or not.
21 Festive and Fun Cinco de Mayo Crafts Kids Will Love
Kids will love these super-fun Cinco de Mayo crafts! There’s something for all ages in this list of Cinco de Mayo activities.
Try your hand at making this Mexican Flag-inspired Cinco de Mayo Slime!
This Terra Cotta Pot Sombrero is super cute!
Make your very own Homemade Maracas.
Make confetti egg Cinco de Mayo Cascarones!
Have fun making a Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Banner.
Try making Cinco de Mayo Cinnamon Play Dough.
Make this Frida Inspired Headband to celebrate Mexican culture.
Make Your Own Pinata using household materials!
This Mexican Flag Craft will teach kids about the flag.
Kids will love making these Cinco de Mayo Paper Flowers.
Ojo de Dios Craft is also known as a god’s eye craft.
If you have a paper plate, you can make this Paper Plate Sombrero!
Kids will have a blast making this Donkey Suncatcher.
Try making your own Mexican Paper Flowers!
Did you know a paper bag can become a poncho? Try the Paper Bag Poncho craft!
Make a DIY Balero Game and have fun outside this Cinco de Mayo!