Winter Holidays Around the World Journal - This Journal covers 9 Winter Holiday locations, traditions, and flags. I have students locate the place on the map or globe, show them the flag in color, read the passage provided telling about each holiday tradition and then, let children complete the work page on their own each day. Each page covers handwriting and asks the student to draw a pictures of something they learned to check for comprehension. At the bottom of the page, it asks students to draw one of their family traditions. You can have them then discuss with a partner. You can add some fun by having students bringing in traditional food at the end of the unit. This is a nice keepsake for students to refer to later and share with their families.
Pg. 1 Cover to the Journal (Students can color it and put their names on it)
Pg. 2 America
Pg. 3 Germany
Pg. 4 Australia
Pg. 5 Mexico (Las Posada)
Pg. 6 China (Chinese New Year)
Pg. 7 India (Diwali)
Pg. 8 Italy
Pg. 9 France
Pg. 10 Israel (Hanukkah)
Pg. 11 Credits
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