Christmas Traditions Around The World For Kids

Christmas Traditions Around The World For Kids

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One thing I love about the holiday season is incorporating activities into our homeschool that we don’t usually get to do. That includes studies outside of our everyday routine. It helps us to continue cultivating a love of learning and keeping things from getting too mundane! And it’s so fun to dive into Christmas traditions around the world for kids in your homeschool.

Christmas Traditions Around The World For Kids

Here Are 5 Ways That You Can Study Christmas Traditions Around The World For Kids

Christmas Planet from Homeschool Planet is an entertaining way to continue learning through the holiday season. Most children are naturally curious about other cultures, and this study delivers. It covers 14 countries and prompts your child to research Christmas traditions and much more. Learning about the differences between cultures in various countries is genuinely fascinating. It will keep your children engaged and curious for more!

This Christmas Around The World Lapbook from Homeschool Mastery Academy will be a hit for your hands-on learners. Kids love to get creative while putting together this lapbook covering Christmas in Italy, Ireland, Canada, England, Australia, and China. Spain, and France.

Christmas Around The World Lapbook

Learn all about the life and history of Saint Nicholas with this FREE mini-unit study from Every Day Graces Homeschool. Even your early learners can follow along!

Saint Nicholas Unit Study

Enjoy an entire 6-week study of Christmas Around The World in your homeschool from Katie Hornor. This study is perfect for homeschool families that want to keep homeschooling but add in the holiday theme. Packed with geography, culture, and tradition – your entire family K-6th can partake.

This Atlas of Christmas is a fun way to learn about Christmas traditions, the weird and exciting. Your kids will be fascinated by some of the odd practices of faraway lands. You will easily find yourself wanting to read more and more of this one!

More Ideas to Enhance the Study of Christmas Around The World:

β€’ Bake or cook holiday recipes from each country.
β€’ Find countries in the atlas or maps to reinforce mapping skills.
β€’ Create a workbook to gift the grandparents or keep.
β€’ Allow your children to create an oral presentation to share with the whole family about the tradition they find most interesting.

We hope your family enjoys these ideas as much as we have. I love resources that are already prepped and planned out. Just purchase and print! You can buy them once and use them year after year in your homeschool too.

Grab My FREE Christmas Wish List Printable to Cultivate a Servant’s Heart in Your Child

Comments

  1. Thea

    Cant wait to get started on the “Christmas around the world” unit study. Thank-you

  2. How fun! I took my family to Guatemala where I grew up this past summer, and it really opened their eyes. I lived in England for 3 years, too, so Christmas for me is a mixture of cultures.

  3. shannon fowler

    This is excellent. Thank you so much for putting this together. This is perfect for the holiday season.

  4. This looks like so much fun. Even with my kids not being homeschooled this would be something that I would do on the weekends with them how amazing!

      1. Texas Momma

        Thanks for sharing! This will go perfectly with our geography study this year!

  5. Barrie

    What a wonderful thing to teach kids. As an adult, I’d enjoy learning this too!

  6. Kari Barone

    My son enjoys studying Christmas traditions around the world. He likes to look up each country individually on an online Page that teaches about a number of countries and their unique traditions. This learning package looks amazingly well put together!

  7. Lisa Queen

    I love this! I help my daughter a good bit with her homeschooling. She has 3 children. This will be fun. Thank y ou!

  8. Stefania Manzaroli

    I loved that my Religion teacher in High School made me study all the Religions of the World and I was in a Catholic School! I always found it funny because in the Public School they only study Catholic Religion!

  9. Michelle Martin

    This is a great post! Thank you for the printables! I’ve wanted to try Passport but was a little leary.

  10. Stephanie M Brown

    We did this last year and are doing it again this year, with different countries. My kids really enjoy learning about how people celebrate Christmas in different countries…their favorite is Japan and the fact that they eat KFC for their main meal πŸ™‚

  11. Rachel Cacciamani

    These Christmas activities look great. Thank you for sharing!

  12. Joscelyne Hilton

    I’m going to start this next week as a little break from the three R’s for my daughter.

  13. Judith Martinez

    I love the Christmas wish list! That is such a neat twist on the traditional wish list.

  14. Carol E Burns

    This is absolutely awesome!! I’m going to tell my SIL about it for her to use with my nephews next year!

  15. elcane desir

    its always nice learning how other countries celebrate

  16. Sarah Bowling

    I love this! Need to remember it for next year.

  17. Amber Terry

    I really love the idea of learning how other cultures experience Christmas! It’s fascinating to see something familiar through a different lens πŸ™‚

  18. Stephanie

    I love the idea of studying different countries’ traditions with the 2nd generation of homeschoolers here. This is a priceless resource, and I thank you greatly for it!

  19. Jennifer Solomon

    We love learning about traditions for other countries!! We did Christmas desserts around the world a year or 2 ago!

  20. Alesha

    We live in a very diverse community and my daughter’s old school has people from all over the world. What a fun idea to learn about how others celebrate Christmas, to expand understanding of other cultures!

  21. Wow! This is so cool! I need to save this when I have grandchildren!!! My kids are older and I am homeschooling my last child for the last time this year.

    1. Thanks Holly! Bittersweet this year I bet with the last one homeschooling. But yes, grandkids will love to do this study with grandparents too, that is so sweet.

  22. Amimul Ahsan

    Wow looks like having so much fun at Christmas. I loved your ideas #2 and #4.

  23. Lindsay A.

    Oh gosh, what a wonderful resource, & I loved the ideas you included to enhance the study! Thank you so much for sharing this!

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