christmas in australia
The 12 Days of Christmas Twelve cross-eyed emus, Eleven limping lizards, Ten noisy numbats, Nine fat Koalas, Eight frill-necked lizards, Seven wobbly wombats, Six cackling cockies, Five pink galahs, Four kangaroos, Three magpies, Two lyrebirds, And a kookaburra in a gum tree. Have fun romping through a traditional Christmas Carol, Australian style!
Thank You, Santa by Margaret Wild This is a story that takes place over the course of a year. It is written as a series of letters between a young girl and Santa. It is excellent for teaching letter writing and for teaching about thankfulness.and caring. Because the young girl is in Australia it is also useful in talking about geography.
The Kiwi (new Zealand) Christmas Glossary - what do all these strange words mean? What on earth is a 'jandal'? In New Zealand, we have our very own vocabulary, some of which we share with England and Australia, but many of which are all our own. Here are a few useful summer-related words and expressions that may come in useful if you are trying to make sense of this upside down lens! Bach: A holiday home, traditionally small and unpretentious. Pronounced: 'batch' # Banger: A sausage,...
Holidays Around the World | Christmas Around the World | Distance Learning
This Christmas Around the World requires no prep work. All of the information needed in contained in this unit. This unit contains the following: • Christmas Around the World Fact Cards for the following countries: o United States o Mexico o Australia o Sweden o France o Germany o Italy o Japan o Greece o Spain • Pocket Pattern for Fact Cards • Christmas Around the World Geography – 7 Continents Map Activity • Christmas Around Europe – Europe Map Activity • Which Country? – Match ...
Christmas Around the World Mini Book Activity
Do you want to teach your students about Christmas around the world, but don't have tons of time to do it? This mini book project by The Library Patch is perfect for you! It covers, in simple terminology, two Christmas traditions from each of these places around the world: Mexico, Africa, Australia, Russia, and France. ($)