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Mexico is one of three countries located in North America (Canada and the USA are the other two). Mexico borders the USA, Belize and Guatemala, as well as the Pacific Ocean on its Western Coast, and the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea on its Eastern Coast.
Mexico has a fascinating history with many amazing indigenous groups settling in the region.
Mexico is now an interesting mix of Spanish and indigenous culture. Although Spanish is the main language spoken throughout Mexico. Many rural regions have distinct customs (and languages) so that a visitor to Mexico will find a ton of diversity within the country.
Mexico is right at the top of our Moomookachoo Destination Dream List - with such a rich culture and history, gorgeous cities and natural attractions, AND some of the best food in the world (in our opinion 😉) we can’t wait to visit and learn more about this fascinating country! Until then, though we have some interesting facts and fun ideas to learn more about Mexico!
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Mexico edition contains:
Explore Mexico from home. Learn all about Mexico and some of the country's most interesting people and places.
4 delicious Mexican recipes to try with your family
4 fun crafts and activities inspired by Mexico
A passport printable for your children to fill in. This printable has the dual purpose of capturing young imaginations and also as a valuable resource for processing and recording your child's learning
A quiz game to test your knowledge and reinforce learning
A comprehensive resource guide to extend your learning
the vital stats
capital Mexico City
languages Spanish, Nahuatl, Yucatec Maya, Mixtec
population 131 million (2018)
area 1,972,550 sq km
currency Mexican peso
did you know?
Mexico is super diverse for animals and plants. It is home to about ten percent of all species of animals on the planet!
Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos ) is celebrated throughout Mexico on November 2nd. Although it sounds a little scary, this is a special holiday where families come together to celebrate and honour loved ones who have passed on.
When you think great pyramids, you probably think of Egypt. But, Mexico is home to the world’s largest (in volume) pyramid, The Great Pyramid of Cholula in the Puebla region. It is so massive, from a distance it looks like a mountain!
Hojolata activity from the Mexico eBook
sample recipe and game from
the curious wanderer society: Mexico edition
calaveras dice game
In this activity you can play a fun dice game to create your own Calaveras inspired by Día de los Muertos!!
The avocado dip that we just can’t get enough of! So easy to make - and SO delicious!!