This colorful Day of the Dead sticker set celebrates the November holiday joyfully observed by people of Mexican heritage. With 25 colorful stickers that identify everyday items in English and Spanish, kids will be introduced to a second language and learn more about the famous festival that's dedica... read more
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This colorful Day of the Dead sticker set celebrates the November holiday joyfully observed by people of Mexican heritage. With 25 colorful stickers that identify everyday items in English and Spanish, kids will be introduced to a second language and learn more about the famous festival that's dedicated to lost loved ones.
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