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Day of the Dead: Sugar Skulls

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Teri Lesnar

on 17 October 2017

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Transcript of Day of the Dead: Sugar Skulls

What is the "Day of the Dead"?
Dia de los Muertos is a holiday that originated in Mexico. It is for remembering and honoring those who have passed. It is a festive, joyous time of celebration.
Decorations

and
Symbols
SUGAR SKULLS!

SUGAR SKULLS
SUGAR SKULLS!
Sugar skulls are made as gifts during the Day of the Dead. They are made with bright, happy, colors and full of cool
decorations
and
symbols
!
"Dia de Los Muertos"

The Day of the Dead
It takes place on October 31 - November 2 of each year. During this time it is believed that the souls of family members and friends return to earth to visit and rejoice with their loved ones.




Decorations are when we add certain, colors, lines, or shapes to BEAUTIFY something.
Symbols are images that represent a feeling or an idea. They are colors, lines and or shapes that REPRESENT something.
Different decorations or symbols (other than mouth, nose and eyes).
Symbols must
represent something!
Lets make our own
SUGAR SKULL
Marigolds
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