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Khamyla, Richey

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Khamyla, Richey
What do people do for Day Of The Dead?
During Day Of The Dead, families set up an ofrenda ( oh-FREN-da),an altar to remember loved ones, in their homes. Families set photos of the dead there. Children write notes and draw pictures. Sometimes, families place ofrendas on graves,as well.
What i believe......
I believe Day Of The Dead is a good celebration because you can go to your loved ones grave and pray to the spirit and when you pray to the spirit you can feel that loved one next to you. Also, so can go to their grave and talk to them and put flowers on their grave. That's why I believe Day Of The Dead.
Title of Book:
The title of my book i s called ''Day Of The Dead''
What is Day Of The Dead?
Day Of The Dead is a celebration of love ones who have passed away.Also, Day Of The Dead is mostly celebrated in Mexico and other Latin Americans.
Day Of The Dead is celebrated on November 1 and 2.
What people set out for Day Of The Dead
During Day Of The Dead, families cook foods that their loved ones liked. When visitors come, everyone eats. They feast on tamales made with meat, cheese,or nuts. They snack on fruit and sweets. Children write their names on sugar sculls.
How Day Of The Dead became a celebration
Day Of The Dead became a celebration by, Catholics from Spain came to Mexico in the 1500s. Catholics remembered their dead on November 1 and 2, All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day. Mexicans mixed their celebration with the catholic celebration. Together, these two celebrations became Day Of The Dead.
Day Of The Dead
When is Day Of The Dead celebrated?
Happy Day Of The Dead everyone!!!!!
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