Join in the festivities of Mexico’s most famous holiday El dia de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead). Enjoy the surprise of the bright colors coupled with deep black in these holiday designs!
Find information and pictures about observing the Day of the Dead at the end of October. The festivities originated in Mexico and are now celebrated in Hispanic communities in many countries. Special decorations are displayed and activities take place for several days.
Choose your favorite aspects of this intriguing and popular holiday. Sketch your ideas with Crayola Colored Pencils on paper. Draw the most important image the largest. Just erase if you change your mind.
When you are pleased with your drawing, complete it on Crayola Color Explosion™ Paper with the color-reveal markers. Many celebrations happen at night, so take advantage of the dark background! Add symbols of the parts of the holiday that are most interesting to you. If you like, add highlights with Crayola Glitter Glue.
Create a setting for everyone in your class to display their creations. Write your colored pencil signs in both English and Spanish. Join the celebration!
Join the Mexican celebration for Dia de los Muertos. Families honor the spirits of deceased relatives with food and flow
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Join in the festivities of Mexico’s most famous holiday El dia de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead). Enjoy the surprise
Paper weaving and crayon designs add color to your Mexican culture classroom celebration.
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