The ancient Romans loved celebrations.
The ancient Romans especially enjoyed a holiday
that occurred around the 25th of December. This holiday was not called
Christmas. It did not honor the birth of Christ. But on this day, the
ancient Romans feasted, gave
gifts, were merry, and decorated their homes with greenery, customs they
borrowed from the ancient Greeks!
Today, Christmas is a religious
It is celebrated by Christians
around the world to honor the birth of Jesus Christ.
Around the World
Around the World (Presentations)
Symbols and their Meanings (Christmas around the world)
Play, based on Gift of the Magi
Posadas Lesson Plans
Christmas Story (Presentations)
Story of the Nativity (story)
Play (for church)
a Gingerbread House online
a Gingerbread House by Jan Brett online
a Gingerbread House interactive
Plan on Christmas Trees
Games for Kids
and the North Pole
Claus/Saint Nicholas (Presentations)
Knows About Rudolph's Nose! (script for skit)
Big Secret (script for skit)
Holiday Gift to You!