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Movies or documentaries with topics that remind us of our traditions and culture are an easy way to entertain our families and spend some time together. They also create an opportunity to talk and share memories.
After the movie, ask your kids what they thought. The Book of Life.
A fantastical animated story about the culture and traditions of Day of the Dead. Coco follows the story of Miguel, a boy who wants to be a musician despite his family's objections, as he visits his relatives in The Land of the Dead to learn about his ancestors and, ultimately, about himself. Dora and the Lost City of Gold. A teenaged Dora the Explorer remains optimistic, intelligent, and generous as she takes adventures that demonstrate the value of teamwork and collaboration. The Latino List. Top-notch documentary features strong Latinx role models. Like Water for Chocolate.
A classic of Latin American literature tells a passionate love story inspired by Mexican cuisine. McFarland USA. Poignant story about Latino runners a winner for families. My Family. Epic, dramatic tale of a Mexican-American family. Latin men movies drama about growing up amid cultural changes.
Real Women Have Curves. Smart coming-of-age drama addresses body image. Touching and ultimately tragic tale of young Tejano star. Stand and Deliver. Math teacher inspires in powerful fact-based drama. Underwater Dreams. Latin men movies story about an underdog high school robotics team. For more bilingual activities and celebrations of Latinx culture, visit the Hispanic Heritage Month resource library on Wide Open School.
Parents' Ultimate Guide to Support our work! Corona Column 3 Use these free activities to help kids explore our planet, learn about global challenges, think of solutions, and take action. Parenting, Media, and Everything In Between. Looking for movies with positive messages and conversation starters? Check out our suggestions. By Maria O Alvarez.
Try these conversation starters: Characters. Do you find the characters real and relatable? Do you think they're based Latin men movies stereotypes, or do they really show our community? Actors and their performances. Did you like how the actors performed? Do you think they transmitted what their characters really wanted to say?
What did you think about the plot and how it relates to real life? Do you know about real stories like this in our community?
Did you pick up on any positive or negative messages in the movie? What would you change or add to these messages? How did you feel while watching the movie? Here are ten movies and one documentary for everyone in the family. Updated September 8, Games Latin men movies Highlight Latino Culture. Books with Latinx Characters. About Maria O Alvarez.
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