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Mrs. Summerford’s 1st grade class researched Christmas traditions in different countries. They typed their findings in this book. Christmas in Russia, Germany, Mexico, and Greece


Children leave out clogs or shoes to be filled with presents. By Caleb


The tradition of putting up a Christmas tree came to us from Germany. By Dakota


December 5 is St. Nicholas’ Day. By Damon


Saint Basil is the patron saint of the poor and homeless. He delivers gifts on January 1. by Helemah


On Christmas Eve Father Christmas will bring presents to the good girls and boys. By Holden


Church services are attended on Christmas Day. By Jahvon


From December 16 until Christmas Eve children perform posadas. By Jaylin


Germans are famous for their hand blown glass Christmas ornaments. By Jordan


Germans make beautiful gingerbread houses. By Kayla


The tradition of sending Christmas cards to family and friends began in England. By Keegan


Saint Sinterklass and his helper Black Peter arrived on a boat. By Kristen


The presents are left by the Three Kings or Maji. By Lydiannah


Saint Vassils brings gifts on New Year’s Eve. by Maddie


In Mexico Christmas is celebrated from December 12 until January 6. By Maysen


If the boys and girls have been good on Christmas Eve, Christmas carols are sung and children hang their stockings. By Olivia


In the past families in Greece decorated small wooden boats instead of Christmas trees. By Put


Reindeer live in Russia. I think that is where Santa gets his reindeer. By Trey


We wish you a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. By: William


Children in Russia receive gifts on New Years Eve. By Addison

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Mrs. Summerford's 1st grade class research Christmas traditions around the world and typed their findings into this book. They also added ho...

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