Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month Coloring Pages

Inside: Printable Hispanic Heritage Month coloring pages to download for all grade levels!

Each year the United States recognizes Hispanic Heritage Month (or Latino Heritage month) through a variety of events and programs. It’s a special time to honor the contributions of Latino or Hispanic individuals in the United States.

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.

The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to cover a 30-day period starting on September 15th and ending on October 15th. It was enacted into law on August 17, 1988, on the approval of Public Law 100-402.

Hispanic Heritage Month.gov

Related: More About the History of Hispanic Heritage Month

This collection of free printables features important people, places, and symbols from Hispanic culture and history.

Once the pages are colored in, you can use them to decorate your classroom, make a bulletin board display, or brighten up a school hallway.

Hispanic Heritage Month Coloring Pages

Here are the categories of the coloring pages:

1. Famous Latino Leaders Coloring Pages

2. Spanish Speaking Countries Flags

3. Frida Kahlo Coloring Pages

4. Famous Quotes from Latinx Leaders

Related: Hispanic Heritage Month Activities, Crafts, Lessons Plans, and Resources

Famous Latino Leaders Coloring Pages

These printable coloring pages honor the contributions of famous: artists, athletes, scientists, authors, and more.

Related: Famous Latinos and Hispanic Americans Kids Should Know About

The worksheets are written in Spanish but the pictures show what each person is famous for. Maybe you can learn some Spanish along the way!

Download the Latino Leaders Coloring Pages Here

The first half of the coloring pages feature Hispanic Americans or Latino Americans:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Member of Congree
Antonia Novello, Surgeon General of the United States
Celia Cruz, The Queen of Salsa
César Chávez, Activist
Dolores Huerta, Activist
Ellen Ochoa, Astronaut
Gary Soto, Author
Gloria Estefan, The Queen of Latin Pop
France Cordova, Scientist
Helen Rodríguez-Trías, Doctor
Isabel Allende Coloring Page
Isabel Allende, Author
Jennifer Lopez Coloring Page
Jennifer Lopez, Artist
Joan Baez, Folk Singer
Jorge Ramos Coloring Page
Jorge Ramos, Journalist
Laurie Hernandez, Gymnast
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Author and Performer
Mario Molina, Scientist
Oscar de la Hoya, Boxer
Oscar de la Renta, Designer
Rita Moreno, Actress
Roberto Clemente, Baseball Player
Sandra Cisneros, Author
Selena Quintanilla coloring page
Selena Quintanilla, The Queen of Tejana Music
Sonia Sotomayor Coloring Page
Sonia Sotomayor, U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Sylvia Mendez Coloring Page
Sylvia Mendez, Activist
Tito Puente, Musician

These coloring feature famous Spanish speakers from around the world:

Diego Rivera
El Santo
Emiliano Zapata
Eva Perón
Frida Kahlo
Gabriela Mistral
Pablo Picasso
Pancho Villa
Rigoberta Menchú

Spanish Speaking Countries Flags Printable Coloring Pages

When celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Months, it’s good to know which countries have Spanish as their official language. These are free downloads of flags from Spanish speaking countries.

Download the Spanish Speaking Flags Coloring Pages Here

Flag Coloring Pages from South America:

Argentina Flag
Bolivia Flag
Chile Flag
Colombia Flag
Ecuador Flag
Paraguay Flay
Peru Flag
Uruguay Flag
Venezuela Flag

Related: Printable Maps and Games for Spanish Speaking Countries

Flag Coloring Pages from Central America:

Costa Rica Flag
Cuba Flag
Dominican Republic
El Salvador Flag
Guatemala Flag
Honduras Flag
Nicaragua Flag
Panama Flag
Puerto Rico Flag

Flag Coloring Pages from Africa, Europe, and North AmericA:

Equatorial Guinea
Spain Flag
Mexico Flag

Frida Kahlo Coloring Pages

Here are free coloring pages of Frida Kahlo. She is a renowned Mexican artist, and one of the most famous female artists in the world.

Download The Frida Kahlo Coloring Pages Here

Related Post: Famous Hispanic Artists

Famous Quotes in Spanish Coloring Pages

For older students or high school students, I also have these one-page printable posters of quotes in Spanish and English.

Download The Quotes Posters for Coloring

They include 12 quotes from famous Hispanic Americans and Spanish speakers from Latin America and Spain to inspire your students and also get a little zen coloring in!

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  1. Rigo Quiros says:

    Muchas gracias por tu iniciativa en el mes de la herencia hispana.
    Unidos hacemos una escuela solida y una nacion poderosa.

  2. hola! I love all your coloring options. One small thing, on page 2 of the flag coloring pages document it says “República Dominicano”

  3. Thank you for these resources. It is great inspiration for a class project to help us learn and celebrate the people and nations during Hispanic Heritage month and beyond. (Note: the second Selena quote is also in Spanish not English).

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