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    Christmas in south africa Christmas in south africa Presentation Transcript

    • Christmas in SOUTH Africa
      By Kyle & Mike
    • How They Celebrate Christmas.
      Because South Africa is in the Southern Hemisphere, Christmas comes in the summer. So there's lots of sun and beautiful flower in full bloom.
      The schools are closed for the Christmas holidays and some people like to go camping. Going carol singing, on Christmas Eve, is very popular in towns and cities. Carols by Candlelight services are also popular on Christmas Eve. And many people go to a Christmas morning Church Service.
    • Traditional 'fir' Christmas trees are popular and children leave a stocking out for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve.
      The Christmas meal is either turkey, roast beef, mince pies or suckling pig with yellow rice & raisins and vegetables, followed by Christmas Pudding or a traditional South African desert called Lekker Pudding. People also like to pull Christmas Crackers! The meal is often eaten outside in the summer sun!
    • On Christmas day afternoon, people visit family and friends or might go for a trip into the country side to play games or have a swim.
      Boxing Day is also a public holiday in South Africa and again people like to be 'out and about' having a good time!
    • The End