6. Then Share Latino History with Your Kids
Once you are educated you can begin sharing what you know with your loved ones. But remember, kids learn differently than adults so you need to make it fun. Create games and interactive activities to teach them about Latino history. Incorporate as many visuals and songs as you can to keep it silly and engaging.

7. Encourage Your Kids to Spend Time in Your Home Country
Sometimes you have to live it to understand it. If you can (and we get that for many of us, it’s not always possible), send your kids to spend time with a loved one in your home country. Living with family and enjoying some true quality time will allow them to be completely immersed in your culture.