Hi everyone! I can’t hardly believe it, but apparently 2013 is just about gone!
I don’t know how it’s already November.
I feel like this year just flew right by without me noticing.
Apparently I was busy homeschooling or something?
Anyhoo…on to the point of my post today.
I’m so excited to participate in an iHN Thanksgiving/Christmas hop! there will be lots of fun ideas going around the blog-o-sphere today from some seriously talented iHN Bloggers!
Everyone is sharing something for Thanksgiving or Christmas, so I thought it would be fun to share a Christmas Around the World Unit Study with everyone.
If you’ve already done my Expedition Earth World Geography Curriculum, then this will be quite familiar to you.
What is it?
Christmas Around the World is a unit study designed to introduce students to how different cultures across the world celebrate the Christmas holiday! Since it’s nice and simple, you can easily insert this unit wherever Christmas falls within your school year. It covers 9 different countries across the globe and includes fun hands-on activities, recipes, and cultural traditions!
Since the activities are mostly hands on crafts and recipes it’s great for all ages!
What countries are we studying you ask?
- Great Britain
This mini-unit study includes some fun facts for each of the above countries and their customs regarding Christmas celebrations. Included are some fun hands on recipes and activities to help make the study memorable!
It also includes a set of Christmas flag ornaments representing 31 countries that are included in my Expedition Earth curriculum so you can create your own international Christmas tree!
Ready for some Christmas fun?
–> Click here to download the Christmas Around the World Unit Study! <–
I hope you enjoy this little unit study on different ways Christmas is observed across our globe!
Looking for some Christmas activities for your preschooler? Don’t forget to check out my free Christmas Preschool Pack!
Don’t forget to stop over at iHomeschool Network to see what the other bloggers are sharing!