Have a happy
Christmas
th
5

Grade Students - ETG
Christmas Trees
• Christmas trees are
used to decorate our
house
• They are very typical of
Christmas time
Ornaments
• We can also decorate
our house with
ORNAMENTS
• They have hooks on
top. They are hung from
the branches of
Chr...
Wreaths
Other way of
decorating for
Christmas is by using
WREATHS. These are
decorated with bows
and ornaments and
are hun...
Christmas Cards
• People send
Christmas cards to
relatives and friends
• People write their
wishes for the new
year in the...
Poinsettias
• Poinsettias are the
typical Christmas
flowers
• They can be found
in different colours
(apart from red)
Stockings
• Christmas stockings
can be filled with
gifts
• They are normally
hung on the
fireplace
Candy Canes
• Candy canes are
the typical
Christmas sweets
• They have red and
white stripes
Christmas Carols
• Christmas carols are that
special songs which we
typically sing at Christmas
time

• For example, the s...
Christmas Carolers
• The carolers are
those people who
go from house to
house singing
Christmas Carols
Gingerbread houses

• Gingerbread is another very
known Christmas symbol

• The tradition of baking a
Gingerbread house be...
Santa Claus
• On Christmas
Eve, Santa Claus
delivers presents to all
the children in the
world
• He climbs down their
chim...
Cookies for Santa
• Children leave
cookies and milk
or hot chocolate
for Santa Claus on
December, 24th
Reindeers
• The tradition says that
9 reindeers pull
Santa's sleigh on
Christmas Eve
• Santa’s most famous
reindeer is Rud...
Christmas Presents
• The tradition of
giving presents at
Christmas started
with the Three Wise
Men, who brought
Jesus prec...
Christmas Dinner

• People always
celebrated
Christmas with a
special meal. Before
Victorian
times, people would
eat roast...
People like you make
the season bright!
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Christmas Traditions and Symbols - ETG

  1. 1. Have a happy Christmas th 5 Grade Students - ETG
  2. 2. Christmas Trees • Christmas trees are used to decorate our house • They are very typical of Christmas time
  3. 3. Ornaments • We can also decorate our house with ORNAMENTS • They have hooks on top. They are hung from the branches of Christmas trees.
  4. 4. Wreaths Other way of decorating for Christmas is by using WREATHS. These are decorated with bows and ornaments and are hung on doors or above fireplaces.
  5. 5. Christmas Cards • People send Christmas cards to relatives and friends • People write their wishes for the new year in the Christmas cards
  6. 6. Poinsettias • Poinsettias are the typical Christmas flowers • They can be found in different colours (apart from red)
  7. 7. Stockings • Christmas stockings can be filled with gifts • They are normally hung on the fireplace
  8. 8. Candy Canes • Candy canes are the typical Christmas sweets • They have red and white stripes
  9. 9. Christmas Carols • Christmas carols are that special songs which we typically sing at Christmas time • For example, the songs “Baby please come home” and “Nuestra Canción de Navidad” are the Christmas Carols that we are preparing for Friday
  10. 10. Christmas Carolers • The carolers are those people who go from house to house singing Christmas Carols
  11. 11. Gingerbread houses • Gingerbread is another very known Christmas symbol • The tradition of baking a Gingerbread house began in Germany after the Brothers Grimm published their collection of German fairy tales in the early 1800s. Among the tales was the story of Hansel and Gretel: children left to starve in the forest, found a house made of bread and sugar decorations.
  12. 12. Santa Claus • On Christmas Eve, Santa Claus delivers presents to all the children in the world • He climbs down their chimneys while they are asleep This is our particular 5th grade Santa
  13. 13. Cookies for Santa • Children leave cookies and milk or hot chocolate for Santa Claus on December, 24th
  14. 14. Reindeers • The tradition says that 9 reindeers pull Santa's sleigh on Christmas Eve • Santa’s most famous reindeer is Rudolph • Rudolph has a red nose that glows
  15. 15. Christmas Presents • The tradition of giving presents at Christmas started with the Three Wise Men, who brought Jesus precious gifts on the first Christmas day
  16. 16. Christmas Dinner • People always celebrated Christmas with a special meal. Before Victorian times, people would eat roast beef, ham or goose for Christmas dinner. Today, most people
  17. 17. People like you make the season bright!

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