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Coco: Mexico’s “Day of the Dead”

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Coco: Mexico’s “Day of the Dead”

Breanna P.

We love Disney movies and use the cartoons to inspire conversations about real places and real events.

In this lesson, children will expand their understanding of the Mexican holiday “Day of the Dead” by reading a book, learning new words, cooking tortillas, and even making their own family “ofrendas”!

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PreK-5th

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1.5 - 2 hours

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Objectives:

  • Explain what the Day of the Dead is, where it is celebrated and special traditions associated with it.

  • Recall some Spanish words and identify their meaning.

Activities:

  1. Hook: 1 set of questions

  2. Vocab: 1 set of vocabulary words

  3. Read: 1 book

  4. Cook: 1 recipe

  5. Create: 1 art project

  6. Build: 1 building activity

  7. Debrief: 1 set of review questions

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