This lesson gives your child the opportunity to create a Menorah for the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah, an item that is instrumental in celebrating the holiday!
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The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year. This means we have the shortest amount of daylight and the longest night of the year. This year we celebrate the solstice on December 21st. Solstice is a Latin word that translates to “sun stands still” Let’s celebrate this winter solstice by creating our own paper lanterns.
This lesson gives your child the opportunity to create a Kwanzaa Unity Cup, an item that is instrumental in celebrating the holiday!
Boxing Day is celebrated in the UK and around the world on December 26th. A boxing day cracker is a tradition that resembles our wish bone tradition. Except the cracker is full of trinkets, treats, and a crown. Traditionally crackers have a small strip on the inside, that when it rips, it makes a loud snap nice.
Flores de Noche Buena, also known as poinsettias, are beautiful star shaped flowers native to southern Mexico.