This presentation shows the different aspects of Day of the Dead, celebrated in Mexico at the beginning of November. With a simple narrative in Spanish, beautiful pictures and engaging activities, it will help your students discover the meaning of the celebration. It has speaking activities in Spanish, games, videos, songs, and teacher's directions. The words taught include typical elements like candles, flowers, skeletons, food, water, etc., with games to help the students acquire the language. It has 3 coloring pages (2 skulls and a skeleton) attached, as well as an additional resources page. It also has a cultural comparison with Halloween. My students are fascinated by it every year!
ATTENTION! This is a Notebook file intended for use on Smartboards. Look for the power point unit if you don't have Notebook.