El Día de los Muertos Project

Monica Palenzuela
El Día de los Muertos Project

All year 7 Spanish groups have worked hard last two weeks researching information and creating masks, posters, altars, decorated skulls, inspired by this famous Mexican Festivity. Students have discovered the pre-Colombian origin of El día de los Muertos or The Day of the Dead and how Mexican people demonstrate love and respect for their deceased family members, celebrating their lives in an explosive and colourful way. The result has been an explosion of creativity and colours as you can appreciate in these photos.

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