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Christmas powerpoint

  1. 1. It’ s Christmas time! How does the United Kingdom celebrate Xmas?
  2. 2. CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS      Every year on 25th December, we celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ. How do people in the United Kingdom celebrate Christmas? They send Christmas cards. They watch nativity plays. The Family comes together.
  3. 3. CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS  People sing special songs called Christmas carols: Silent Night Jingle Bells White Christmas We Wish You a Merry Christmas  Children write their Santa List and they create snowmen in their gardens.
  4. 4. Carol Singers
  5. 5. CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS      What do people say when it’s Christmas time? MERRY CHRISTMAS! MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR! HAPPY CHRISTMAS! SEASON’S GREETINGS!
  6. 6. ADVENT  Advent is the 25 days before Christmas People decorate their homes with ornaments and mistletoe!  Kissing under the mistletoe is a tradition!! 
  7. 7. ADVENT   Some people buy or make Advent Calendars These calendars have chocolates for the children hidden behind each door!!!
  8. 8. CHRISTMAS EVE     It is the day before Christmas Day. It is the night when Father Christmas comes! Children hang up stockings above the fireplace. Father Christmas and his elves make all the toys in his workshop in the North Pole. Then he flies around the world in a sleigh pulled by eight reindeer.
  9. 9. Stockings
  10. 10. CHRISTMAS DAY     This is the favourite day for children. They wake up very early in the morning to open the presents! Children find their presents under the Christmas tree. How do the British decorate their Christmas trees?
  11. 11. CHRISTMAS DAY  People decorate their Christmas Trees with:         Bells Candles Lights Tinsels Baubles Ornaments Candy canes A star or an angel at the very top of the tree
  12. 12. Bells
  13. 13. Candles
  14. 14. Lights
  15. 15. Tinsels
  16. 16. Baubles
  17. 17. Candy Canes
  18. 18. CHRISTMAS EVE    Rudolph is the red-nosed reindeer! Children leave cookies, hot chocolate or milk for Santa and carrots for the reindeer! Santa goes down the chimney to leave the presents or the coal!
  19. 19. CHRISTMAS DAY    Both parents and children unwrap the presents. Later the whole family has a Christmas dinner. What is a traditional Christmas dinner?  Roast turkey  Roast potatoes  Brussels Sprouts
  20. 20. The Three Kings   British people don’t celebrate the Reyes Magos the way we do, but they are considered part of the whole Christian tradition. In Cataluña do you celebrate the three kings?
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  28. 28. Now… let’s have some fun!!!
  29. 29. CHRISTMAS DAY    Do you know what a cracker is? A Christmas cracker is a coloured paper tube which contains a banger. Lets make a cracker!!

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