Looking for a unique Día de Muertos activity for your Spanish class? Check out this Spanish collaborative poster! Not only will it provide a great team-building activity for your students, but you can also use the finished poster to decorate your classroom, door, or hallway! Having students work together towards the common goal of creating a poster will be a memorable experience for them AND set the tone for all the collaborative learning that will take place in your Spanish class this year.
Best part? Students will also learn about the significance of sugar skulls for Día de los Muertos! This sugar skull collaborative poster comes with a comprehensible reading passage about calaveras and 10 reading comprehension questions for them to answer about what they read. The reading passage and questions come in both Spanish and English!
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Students will each color one square of the poster and cut it out. After they finish coloring and cutting, use the included guide to put the pieces together like a puzzle to create a beautiful 24″ x 36″ poster!
- 3 poster options to fit your class needs (18, 24, and 36 squares)
- Detailed student instructions
- Assembly directions with grid
- Optional extension activity in Spanish and English with a reading passage about calaveras and 10 reading comprehension questions for students to answer
- Hallway display
- Door decor
- Bulletin board
- Sub plan
- Brain break
- Team-building activity
Please see the preview for more details.