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Dia Des Los Muertos

To celebrate their learning, the Year 6 children immersed themselves into the Mexican culture by dressing up and enjoying activities as part of Dia Des Los Muertos. They created their own sugar skulls, papel picado and even made and tasted their very own ‘Pan de Muertos’ also known as ‘Dead Bread.’

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