Day of the Dead
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Where is Day of the Dead celebrated?
- United States
When is Day of the Dead celebrated?
- October 31
- November 1 and November 2
- October 31 and November 1
- July 4
What are cavaleras?
- Festively decorated sugar skulls
- Laughing devil faces
- Angry elves
What is not used in the decorating of the altars?
- photos of the deceased
- papel picado
- witches hats
What is not a part of the Day of the Dead tradition?
- Visiting neighbors and singing songs
- Cleaning and decorating the graves
- Constructing an alter to honor deceased loved ones
- Reflecting on the lives of deceased loved ones
How do the Mexican people view death?
- As a part of the "circle of life"
- As a sad and depressing time
- The end of life
- With regret and remorse
How is Day of the Dead different from Halloween?
- no trick or treating
- no costumes
- no ghosts or skeletons
- takes place in a different season
How is Day of the Dead similar to Halloween?
- they both honor the dead
- they both involve a lot of candy
- pumpkins are used for decorating for both
- both can be considered dark with fun aspects
What are some popular foods for the holiday?
- tacos, burritos and quesadillas
- Pan de muerto and tacos
- Pan de muertos, atole, cavaleras, mole negro
- pizza and pasta