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Christmas Decorations

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  • 1. Christmas Decorations By Chloe and Rachel
  • 2. About decorations
    • Christmas Decorations are a way to celebrate Christmas, a way to express our happiness, joy and love of family and friends.
    • Around our small town of Hawkesdale lots of people take their time to put up spectacular decorations. The local towns have a yearly “Best Christmas Decorations” competition.
    • Some families in our class have a tradition of driving around Warrnambool or other big towns that have lots of houses with decorations and viewing the spectacular lights.
  • 3. Common Decoration List
      • This is a list of some decorations:
      • Christmas lights, also known as ‘Fairy Lights’
      • Christmas trees
      • Streamers (mostly on trees)
      • Baubles (on trees)
      • Reindeer (fake ones usually glowing on houses or gardens)
      • Tinsel (twirled onto trees)
      • Paper chains (this is mostly a tradition in our school. We love to make paper chains out of recycled paper and see how far we can stretch them down the corridor.)
      • A star or an angel is usually placed on the top of a Christmas tree.
      • Lots of people make their own decorations.
  • 4. So Merry Christmas to you and we hope you have learnt something!

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