Year 4’s Day of the Dead

What a fantastic way to end our topic of Mexico with. The children were amazing, their costumes were incredible and we all had a lot of fun today!

We hope you enjoy the memories below!

What was your favourite part of the day?

Tell us three facts you learnt about the Day of the Dead.

18 thoughts on “Year 4’s Day of the Dead

  1. I liked cooking. They made altars to remember family and friends. The population is 126 million people live in Mexico. The language is Spanish.

  2. 1.) What was your favourite? part f the day my favourite dy was makeing the mexico food
    2.) tell us three fact about the day ? It was the day of deth and its mexico day and actives
    Mexico day was fun I enjoyed alot

  3. My favourite part of the day was weaving.
    I learnt that on the altars they put on the person’s favourite food, colour and flowers.
    This takes place every year on the 1st and 2nd of November.
    I also learnt how to make a Quesadilla which was very yummy, and easy to make.

  4. My favourite was making god of eye and I learnt day of dead Mexico celebrate it sadly,Flowers are used for symbloes for Mexico day of the dead is celebrated in Mexico and America

  5. What was your favourite part of the day?
    When we made the gods eye and and the science pod.
    Tell us three facts you learnt about the Day of the Dead.
    The first fact is that the Day of the dead is a celebration for the people who have died or passed away.
    It’s not the same as Halloween.
    Its originated in Mexico and Central America.

  6. My favourite part was when we made Ojo de Dioas

    Mexico day is a day that people celebrate for the people who have died .
    They bring flowers 🌺 and juice 🧃 and leave it for the next day and if the people who have died visit them all off the food and juice turnes brown and rotten.

    The day off the dead is celebrated by Northern America .

  7. It’s a celebration of life, not death
    Flowers, butterflies and skulls are used as symbols
    Day of the dead is originated in Mexico and Central America

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