Despite its significance as a Christian holy day, many of the traditions and symbols that play a key role in Easter observances actually have roots in pagan celebrations—particularly the pagan goddess Eostre or Ostarathe ancient Germanic goddess of spring—and in the Jewish holiday of Passover.
Design your own Christmas card. Make a Christmas wish list. Make a Christmas memory quilt square by drawing a picture of your favorite Christmas memory and writing a sentence about it.
Paste your picture and sentence onto a sheet of red or green paper.
Write a letter to Santa. Primary Grades Write a Christmas shopping list. Bake Christmas cookies with a family member or friend. Write a paragraph about the process. Write an unselfish letter to Santa, asking him to bring a needed item to a friend or family member.
Write an invitation inviting a family member or friend to a Christmas party.
Tell where and when the party is. Put the invitation in an envelope and address it properly. Make a Christmas memory quilt square by drawing a picture of your favorite Christmas memory and writing a short paragraph three to five sentences about it. Choose a short Christmas-themed word and use it as a springboard to write a simple Christmas acrostic.
Imagine that you are an elf in Santa's workshop. Write a letter to a friend telling what the week before Christmas is like. Upper Elementary Grades Interview a grandparent or elderly neighbor to learn about their childhood Christmases. Create a Venn diagram comparing Christmas then and Christmas now.
Write an acrostic poem using the phrase "Merry Christmas. Write and illustrate an original Christmas story. Read your Christmas story to a younger child.
Write your own Christmas carol, paying attention to meter and rhyme scheme. You may set it to a familiar tune or compose an original tune for it.
Write a description of Christmas morning at your house. Brainstorm a list of holiday traditions. Make a top ten list outlining your ten favorite aspects of Christmas. Imagine that you were one of the shepherds who heard the angel announce the birth of the Christ child. Write a journal entry about the evening.
What did you see? What did you hear? What did you do? How did you feel? Should schools allow students to have Christmas parties? Write a letter to your school principal arguing for or against Christmas parties. Write a paragraph telling what Christmas means to you.Initial Sound Easter Egg Matching Activity My Easter Holiday A4 Page Borders (SB) Portrait and landscape A4 page borders featuring writing lines with different spacing.
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Easter Worksheets. Take a few minutes and check out all the printables we have specifically for this holiday. There are a bunch for you to enjoy. Jun 24, · All of us either avoided holiday and patriotic activities, or the student was given an alternative activity.
For example, while the group made ghost pictures, my student made a fall leaf design. And, any holiday-themed packets were given a generic cover. All Kids Network is dedicated to providing fun and educational activities for parents and teachers to do with their kids.
We have hundreds of kids craft ideas, kids worksheets, printable activities . Our collection of cross-curricular lessons and resources for every season and major holiday (U.S. and international, secular and religious-based) will make it easier for you to cover these fun seasonal topics and celebrate holidays in an educational way.
Celebrate Make Your Own Holiday Day (March 26) with this creative-writing activity. Or complete this fun activity any day of the year! In this printable, students will write about their favourite holiday and create a holiday of their own.