Our early Dia de los Muertos in the Sage classroom

Today Ruby brought in some sugar skulls she made with her dad and a book about Day of the Dead. Ruby told us that in Mexico they celebrate Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in early November to “think about people that have died and bring pictures of them to the party. They can remember them and think good thoughts about them. You can also make altars for people you love that have died.” There are instructions for making your own sugar skulls in the Sage children’s files in the mudroom.
More information: Wikipedia or Mexonline .

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