My Puerto Rican Heritage Journal
Help your children explore their Puerto Rican heritage with these journaling pages for kids!
Encourage your students to explore their family’s Puerto Rican heritage with this set of Puerto Rican-themed journaling pages. This collection contains 42 different pages to record a child’s family heritage and includes:
- a journal cover page,
- “This journal belongs to” page,
- a map for coloring in where in Puerto Rico their family has lived,
- a page allowing children to write where their family has lived,
- a page for drawing or pasting your family’s crest coat of arms,
- pages for drawing a family tree,
- a page for drawing or pasting snapshots of family members with lines for titles and captions,
- a page titled “Why I consider myself to be Puerto Rican” with writing prompts and room to write down thoughts and answers,
- 17 journaling pages with small cultural images and fun facts from Puerto Rico, plus one blank journaling page to be reproduced as often as you like,
- 3 pages to share favorite family memories or stories with space for adding photos or drawing pictures,
- 4 pages for recording family interviews,
- 4 pages dedicated just to photos,
- 1 sketch pad page,
- and a family recipe cover page and actual recipe page.
Print as many copies of each page as you need. You might have multiple recipes or lots of sketches and snapshots, or a ton of journal entries. Make this journal yours!
This would make a fantastic project to turn in at the end of the school year, or to complete over summer break. But it could be completed in a much shorter time frame, too.
This is part of a Heritage Journaling Series that so far includes:
ENGLISH ONLY (Spanish coming soon)
PDF (Acrobat) Document File
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11 MB | 45 pages