On November first and second, South American cultures celebrate The Day of the Dead, or Dia De Los Muertos. If you and your little learner would like to learn about this fascinating history of the Day of the Dead, then there is no better way to do it than to decorate some sugar skulls!
The sugar skull is a fantastic way to decorate for Dia De Los Muertos. It is the belief that spirits descend from heaven on October 31st. The spirits remain on Earth for the next two days, and make their journey back to heaven on the second of November. Families prepare festivities, food, and decorations for their deceased loved ones; one of the most popular decorations is the very unique sugar skull!
Simply download and print this free advanced coloring page today! There is both a black and white and a colorful version, so you can either color the page in, or enjoy an already colorful printable.
Teach your students about the Day of the Dead in a fun, engaging way that they are sure to remember!