|The first Christmas tree came to Britain when Queen Victoria’s husband – Prince Albert – brought this German tradition. He and the Queen had a Christmas tree at Windsor Castle in 1.841. A few years after, nearly every house in Britain had one.Traditionally people decorate their trees onChristmas Eve.You can eat roast turkey and Christmas pudding in the most important dinner on Christmas Day.An older tradition is Christmas mistletoe.Before Christmas, groups of singers go from house to house. They collect money and sing traditional Christmas songs or carols.||An extra holiday after Christmas Day isBoxing Day.
These are the songs you’re going to learn and sing for Christmas!
You have the chance to practice your carol at home when you want.
Come on! Enjoy doing it!
WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS- 1st GRADE
THE DANCING CHRISTMAS TREE- 2nd GRADE
JINGLE BELLS- 3rd GRADE
RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER – 4th GRADE
JINGLE BELL ROCK- 5th GRADE
CAN’T WAIT FOR CHRISTMAS- 6th GRADE
SANTA’S LITTLE HELPER
It’s Christmas Eve and Santa’s getting ready to deliver presents to boys and girls all round the world.
How can he deliver all the presents in time?
Find out how in Santa’s Little Helper.
MY FAVOURITE DAY – CHRISTMAS
December 25th is Christmas Day. We celebrate Christmas in the United Kingdom.
It’s a holiday for most people, and there are lots of customs and traditions, and children get lots of presents!
Listen to a boy talking about Christmas, and find out about some of these customs.
We can’t forget the Advent Calendar on the 1st of December.
We have to open a window every day until Christmas Day!
Please, don’t be naughty and be patient.
You have to open the windows daily and in order…
Click on the next picture and you will enjoy it.
WORLD ADVENT CALENDAR
Now test your knowledge on how Christmas is celebrated around the world, using this interactive advent calendar.
It’s winter and everywhere is covered in snow. Katie and Eddie make a snowman.
What’s going on? Is the snowman waving at them?
A GIFT FOR YOU – SONG
Learn some Christmas Vocabulary!
MORE CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES (Anglomaniacy)
CHRISTMAS CAROLS (Anglomaniacy)
Deck the Halls – Frosty the Snowman – Merry Christmas – Jingle Bells
They are basically a party favor, a small cylindrical cardboard tube, wrapped in festive paper and filled with a small prize, a paper hat and usually an awful joke. There is a long, thin piece of paper that runs through the cracker that, when broken, produces a loud snapping sound, or “crack”-hence the name. The idea is that you hold one end and offer the other to someone else at the table and then proceed to play a mini “tug-of-war” with each other, until the cracker “cracks” in two. They are loved by children and adults alike and are always the first part of the traditional Christmas dinner every year.