Color The Instruments from Hispanic Heritage!

Screen shot 2014-09-27 at 12.22.10 PMWho doesn’t love to color?

And did you know that the guitar traces it’s roots to Spain? And in South American, there’s an instrument made from the actual shell of an armadillo? Coloring pages can be a great way to get creative as well as dive into any study or exploration of music. Since September 15 – October 15th is Hispanic Heritage month, we wanted to share a few of our reader’s favorite coloring freebies featuring instruments that come from the diversity of Hispanic cultures.

And if coloring isn’t enough, check out the free E-book listed below where you can make crafty versions of 10 different instruments that also come from the Hispanic world. Castanets, cajitas or box drums, anyone?


Color A Guitar – ONLINE

Free Printable From TeachersPayTeachers

Screen shot 2014-09-27 at 4.30.37 PMCharango (Small Stringed Instrument Made From An Armadillo Shell) 

Free Printable From DARIA’s website

Cajón (A Box Drum From Afro-Peruvian Culture)

Color A Cajon – ONLINE

Chapchas (A Rattle Made From Goat’s Toenails) 

Free Printable From TeachersPayTeachers

Bombo ( A Large South American Drum) 

Screen shot 2014-09-27 at 12.22.27 PMFree Printable From TeachersPayTeachers


Color A Guiro – ONLINE

Zampoñas (Panpipes From The Andes) 

Free Printable From TeachersPayTeachers

HHM-coverResources And Links

10 Musical Crafts To Celebrate Hispanic Heritage -Free Until October 31st on DARIA’s website:

Available Anytime From TeachersPayTeachers ($8.99)

Additional Coloring Pages With Musical Instruments From All Over the World




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