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.
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.
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!
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:
• Bake or cook holiday recipes from each country.
• Find countries in the atlas or maps to reinforce mapping skills.
• Create a workbook to gift the grandparents or keep.
• 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.
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