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Festivals - Christmas

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1 Match the puzzle pieces.

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2 Label the room.

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bells 2 Label the room. 1 mistletoe 2 3 3 Decorate and describe your Christmas tree.
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3 Decorate and describe your Christmas tree.

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Festivals-ChristmasAdventCalendar

1 Make an Advent calendar. You need:

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an Advent calendar. You need: coloured pencils scissors sticky tape Worksheet B paper Instructions: 1 Cut

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Worksheet B
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You need: coloured pencils scissors sticky tape Worksheet B paper Instructions: 1 Cut out the Advent

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Instructions:

1 Cut out the Advent Calendar.

2 Draw Christmas pictures in the blank squares.

3 Colour the Christmas words.

4 Cut out 24 small squares.

5 Write the numbers 1 to 24 on each square.

6 Tape the square covers over the pictures on the Calendar.

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Subject: Festivals

Christmas

Introduction In the UK, Christmas is traditionally celebrated on the 25th December with a large family meal, lunch or dinner. Gifts are exchanged between family members. Children often receive presents from Father Christmas or Santa Claus, as well.

Worksheet A

Activity 1

Explain that people in the UK decorate their houses with these objects.

Pupils match the words and pictures. Answers: 1-c; 2-f; 3-a; 4-g; 5-b; 6-h; 7-e; 8-d

Activity 2

Pupils name the items they can see in the living room.

They then label the picture using the words from activity 1. Answers: 1-mistletoe; 2-candles; 3-holly; 4-bells;

5-tinsel

Activity 3

Ask Do you have a Christmas tree? What do you put on it?

Pupils decorate the Christmas tree using items from activity 1. They then complete the sentences.

Ask volunteers to read their sentences out loud.

Christmas advent calendar – Worksheet B

Explain that Advent is the time from 1st of December until Christmas Eve – it’s the Christmas countdown. An Advent calendar has 24 windows. A window is opened every day during Advent.

Hand out materials and read the instructions out loud.

Pupils follow the instructions to make their own Advent calendar. More advanced pupils could also write the names of the items they draw in the squares.

Pupils can decorate the classroom with their finished Advent calendars or take them home.

Class activities

Decorate the classroom with chains of coloured paper, Christmas drawings and decorations.

Do ‘Invisible Santa’ with the class. Write the names of all the children in the class on scraps of paper and put the pieces of paper in a hat. Each pupil takes out a name. Pupils give a Christmas card or make a Christmas present for the classmate whose name they chose.

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