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Dia De Los Muertos - Let's Draw: History and Sugar Skull Drawing! (Hispanic Heritage Month, Halloween, Step-by-Step Drawing Tutorial)
In this class, learners will discover what sugar skulls are (learning about the significance and history) and draw their own (step-by-step drawing tutorial).
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In this class, we will learn about the history of sugar skulls. In Mexican culture, Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is celebrated on November 1st-November 2nd. Colorful and whimsical, sugar skulls are used to honor loved ones who have departed this Earth. Sugar skulls are a way to express celebration for loved one's, and are used as a way to honor those we care about. This class teaches about Day of the Dead and the significance of sugar skulls from a secular world view. After...
This class is taught in English.
Learn about the significance of Sugar Skulls Draw a sugar skull Boost self confidence Interact with others Express creativity
Experience with teaching about Dia de los Muertos (using curriculum in a classroom setting) Experience with creating weekly Spanish lessons
Paper (Thick white cardstock or drawing paper recommended) Pencil (Please make sure that your pencil is sharpened before class) Eraser Colored Pencils and/or Crayons Sharpie or Marker (Black) Optional/Recommended: Two circular items to trace (for your sugar skulls eyes); One needs to be larger than the other Examples: Coins, Spice caps, Plastic bottle caps, etc. Anything circular that is smaller than 2 inches will work.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Hello! Welcome to Outschool! My name is Teacher Monica. I believe each child has tremendous potential to change the world for the better, and I will constantly encourage your child to put forth their best effort. The growth mindset is an idea...