Thanksgiving is over so it is time to start concentrating on Christmas.The internet is a wealth of information and ideas on every thing to do with Christmas so I thought I would just list some things that my family and I have found really great.
First and formost is the Reason for the Season which is the Birth of Jesus. Here you will find a wonderful Advent Study that we have used in the past. I think we will probably be using it this year also. I like that fact that it is inductive and that you read the same scripture several times so that it is really in your head when you are finished.
This is a page that has a whole list of units and worksheets and clip art for you to use in your studies at this time of year.
Clement Moore wrote The Night before Christmas and you can learn about him and read the poem at this link.
Here you will find both lined and unlined Christmas writting paper. These are more for younger children but older children can use them also for little notes etc.
At this link you can find out all about Christmas traditions around the world.
Here you can find lapbooks on symbols customs and other ideas.
This is a wondeful unit on the symbols of the season. I think we have used at least part of this study every year for as long as I can remember.
Here is another unit which is more about the songs.
Easy Fun School has a long list of activities and units for Christmas. There are some activities for A Christmas Carol which I already listed some links under the tag A Christmas Carol. A Blessed Christmas can be found here along with a unit on Christams Around the World, and a unit on Christmas songs.
And lastly for today About.com has a countdown calendar with activities online , crafts and recipes.
Well that should keep you busy for awhile.