 They

count the days until
Christmas.

 We

open them every day.

 There

is a surprise or a
chocolate or a toy inside...
 We

make Christmas lists to Santa telling him what
we would like for Christmas.

 We

are only allowed to write a short...


A Gingerbread house is
made out of ginger and is
decorated with sweets.



We eat it after Christmas
dinner.



They ...
 We

put a Christmas Tree in our
house and decorate it with
bobbles, tinsel and lights.

 We

put an Angel or a Star on ...
 The

lists for Santa that we made earlier get
sent up the chimney so Santa can read them.

 You

have to be good to get...


We can make gifts and get gifts from family and friends.



We go shopping for the gifts.



We can make the gifts.

...


We hang stockings by the fire.



Santa drops down the chimney to put the gifts into
the stockings.
 We

leave Cookies and Milk for Santa so when
he comes down the chimney he gets a treat.

 We

leave Carrots outside so ...
 We

get gifts from Santa, that are
from our lists.

 The

gifts are made by Santa’s elves.

 We

open them up in the m...
The traditional dinner in Scotland is Turkey, potatoes,
carrots and brussel sprouts.
 No-one likes brussel spouts!.
 We ...
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10th December 2013
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Alexa odell how we celebrate christmas in scotland

  1. 1.  They count the days until Christmas.  We open them every day.  There is a surprise or a chocolate or a toy inside.
  2. 2.  We make Christmas lists to Santa telling him what we would like for Christmas.  We are only allowed to write a short list.
  3. 3.  A Gingerbread house is made out of ginger and is decorated with sweets.  We eat it after Christmas dinner.  They are really fun to make.
  4. 4.  We put a Christmas Tree in our house and decorate it with bobbles, tinsel and lights.  We put an Angel or a Star on the top of the tree.  We put gifts under the tree.
  5. 5.  The lists for Santa that we made earlier get sent up the chimney so Santa can read them.  You have to be good to get your gifts!.
  6. 6.  We can make gifts and get gifts from family and friends.  We go shopping for the gifts.  We can make the gifts.  We can give unused toys to others as gifts.
  7. 7.  We hang stockings by the fire.  Santa drops down the chimney to put the gifts into the stockings.
  8. 8.  We leave Cookies and Milk for Santa so when he comes down the chimney he gets a treat.  We leave Carrots outside so Santa’s reindeer can get a snack while they are waiting for Santa to drop off the gifts.
  9. 9.  We get gifts from Santa, that are from our lists.  The gifts are made by Santa’s elves.  We open them up in the morning on Christmas day.  They are in our stockings.
  10. 10. The traditional dinner in Scotland is Turkey, potatoes, carrots and brussel sprouts.  No-one likes brussel spouts!.  We get Christmas pudding, and we get Christmas crackers. They are a special thing we open with a partner, they go bang!. There is a surprise and a joke inside! 
  11. 11. Done By Alexa Odell . 10th December 2013

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