Día de los Muertos

Día de los Muertos is a Spanish tradition. It is believed that when a person passes away family and friends create an Ofrenda for their loved one to come back and enjoy once a year. Children, teenagers and pets are remembered on November 1st., and adults on November 2nd. Ofrendas typically include: a loved one’s picture, papel picado, candles, flores de cempasúchil, soap, water, pan de muerto, and calaveras de azúcar. Each ofrenda is customized by adding the loved one’s favorite food, drinks, and mementos.

Spanish II students created shoebox Ofrendas for themselves to see in 100 years from now!! 🖤🏵💀🕯

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