Monday, October 15, 2012

Looking for a fun educational way to celebrate Christmas in your homeschool or Preschool this  December? Join us for Christmas Around the World where you will learn about 30 countries through craft and a free Christmas Around the World ebook.
Christmas Around the World

Christmas Around the World


Grab a FREE printable Christmas Around the World ebook and “travel” with us to 30 countries to spend December learning about how the holidays are celebrated, making a creative craft, trying a new recipe, teaching your preschool and homeschool kids a little something about geography, and so much more from the comfort of your home! Sounds like fun, right!?!


FREE Christmas Around the World ebook

Christmas Around the World ebook

FREE Christmas Around the World eBook is a companion guide that goes along with our entire series! You’ll find a sheet for each country, helpful links to learn more, coloring sheets, and so much more! This eBook will have something for kids from 2-12 years old!

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Christmas Around the World Country Crafts


Below are links to all the amazing bloggers who shared information, recipes, activities, and crafts about the 30 countries all around the world. Just click to "travel" to another country from the convinience of your home.






Christmas Crafts for Kids

Don't miss Christmas Crafts for Kids by +Beth Gorden with over 100 Christmas Activities, Crafts, and Recipes for families to enjoy together during the month of December.

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51 comments:

  1. Exciting! I think my 3-year old will get a kick out of this!!

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  2. Oooh, looks awesome! Putting the button on my blog now :)

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  3. WOW! This is so nice. Can't wait for more.


    Regards,
    Christmas Gift Baskets Sydney

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  4. I'm so looking forward to being a part of this!

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  5. Your Christmas around the world sounds like a great series of posts. I was wondering if you are still looking for bloggers to participate? We live in Germany and I would love to do a post for that country. Let me know.

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  6. jmommymom, Thanks for your willingness to share with us =-)

    We do already have Germany taken care of. But feel free to leave a link if you do write a post about Christmas in Germany!

    Beth

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  7. I definitely be book-marking your page for these.

    Hmmm, going to have to figure these out. My little one's birthday is mid-November, so it seems the holidays are non-stop from there. I've been trying to calm down December and focus Christmas on the 12 days AFTER. I have been trying to be a bit counter-culture doing our Christmas this way. I really want to learn about 32 different cultures with Christmas as the "hook" into geography. It's definitely a subject I am lacking in and could use the help in for my kinder-age girl. I have a hard time keeping her out of Christmas materials all year. (Watching Prancer and Polar Express throughout the year and reading Charlie Brown's Christmas and A Vist from St. Nicholas too.) Using Christmas material MAY just be one of my hooks into learning for her.

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  8. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I wanted to do Christmas around the World this year but struggled with how to do it. You have helped make this easier for me. Thank you.

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  9. This looks awesome! I have a question, though, will the links for each country stay up throughout the time, or just for the one day? Like, say, if we miss a day can we make it up or do we just miss out?

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  10. Thank you for sharing this! Looks like a great daily adventure.

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  11. Hello!
    I love this idea, bringing different cultures together!
    I see you have Croatia listed, I am so glad!
    If you need some more information of our Christmas tradition, I would be happy to help.
    Ana@carpe_diem

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  12. This looks wonderful - thank you for sharing!

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  13. Thank you for sharing! We look forward to it. We use MFW CC. Check out my sons blog for some cool LEGO creations that he has done during his studies.

    www.buildinglegoswithchrist.blogspot.com

    Thanks Again!

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  14. We are Canadians living in Mexico. My son is really excited to add Christmas traditions of other cultures to his learning. Thanks so much for this!

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  15. I look forward to doing this with my kids. I'm going to include the high schoolers too though :)

    Thanks for all the hard work and sharing it with all of us.

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  16. What a tremendous amount of time you have put into this! Thank You so much for sharing:)

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  17. Thank you, this is wonderful! We will be using this in our 6th grade home school.

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  18. Thanks for sharing this cool resource. I teach in a tiny multi-grade school and we'll be using as many pages as I can reasonably do between Thanksgiving break and Christmas break.
    One small typo I noticed on the England page. The answer under the London Bridge question has "left" twice when I think you mean "right" on one of them.

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  20. Thank you so much for sharing this! I too have shared it both on Facebook and in our homeschool community!

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  21. This is perfect for us, as we're doing an around the world homeschool curriculum this year (MFW ECC).

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  22. I am looking forward to this BUT... as it is a new country every day, will we get a list of craft materials and cooking ingredients in advance? Please?

    Thanks!!

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  23. I'm excited to be participating in Christmas Around the World! (I'm planning already for my post on Dec. 12.) Thanks so much for all your amazing work organizing the series and creating the free eBook, Beth! You've done a totally FABULOUS job! In addition to adding the button to my blog sidebar, I featured your Christmas Around the World eBook as a Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow (and on Pinterest)

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  24. OK I'm lost! Where is the link to yesterdays country and to today's country??????

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  25. Beth I cant believe the timing on this! We are picking 4 of the countries - one for each week in December and pairing it with our Little Passports learnings...HOW FUN! Thanks so much!

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  26. Hi Beth! I tried to link up my China post, but my internet here has been really bad for a couple of weeks. I wasn't able to post with my thumbnail properly displaying. Can you go into the linky to fix it? If not, can you perhaps help me to repost my link? So sorry for the hassle. I didn't see that I could delete my post and try it again. Here is the link if you need it.... http://www.sunscholars.com/2012/11/christmas-around-world-china.html

    Thanks so much for letting me be a part of this great series!

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  27. Korina - loo up above. There are two buttons linked up on from The Iowa Farmer's Wife for Brazil and one from Sun Scholars for China.

    Rachel - all fixed =-)

    Melissa - YEAH!! I love it when timing works out =-)


    Nashie - as each individual blogger is taking care of a specific country I do not have a master list. Feel free to do what you like or wait for next year and I will get together a craft list =-)

    Beth

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  28. Thank you for putting this together! I have taught second grade for many years and I now homeschool my first grader. This is exactly what I have been looking for all these years. The only thing I wish I could add is a traditional Christmas story from each country. Book form would be amazing, but I realize that may be a stretch. I am looking forward to every new country!!!

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  29. My son built The Great Wall of China out of LEGOS today. We posted a link to your site. Check it out here http://www.buildinglegoswithchrist.blogspot.com

    Enjoy and thanks again!

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  30. Another site with lots of info.

    http://www.whychristmas.com/cultures/brazil.shtml

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  31. Anyone else waiting for today???

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  32. Alicia - it is coming.....from Mom to 2Posh Lil Divas so it will be worth the wait :)

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  33. Hello! Great idea! However...I can't seem to download the ebook. :/ The link just brings me to a "page not found" site. Any chance you can renew the links?

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  34. The Stitch Poet - The link is still working with 25 people viewing it at the same time as I checked this morning. Make sure you are click on the white covered ebook picture. Also take a read through my Downloading FAQ here - http://www.livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com/2012/08/download-files-help.html

    Enjoy!
    Beth =-)

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  35. I also could not get the link to work yesterday last night at home or this morning at work. (Yesterday afternoon at work was fine). The error I get when clicking on the white covered ebook picture is a google "Error 500. That’s an error.
    There was an error. Please try again later. That’s all we know"

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  36. Lena,

    At times it is browser specific or just the sheer numbers of those looking at the document. You can always email me if you can't get it to work livinglifeintentionallyblog (at) gmail.com

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  37. Where are the links for Mexico and today's link? I found the Mexico blog post by using the link provided in the Argentina post. I love this series and find it a nice way to change up homeschooling for Christmas. Thank you for doing this!

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  38. I love that you have Nicaragua! Such a diverse group of countries represented so far, and it's only December 3rd:). Can't wait to see more posts get linked up!! Becky (from www.kidworldcitizen.org)

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  39. This is a brilliant idea. I am in the UK and my boys are 6 and 7 and I am looking forward to expanding our horizons, Thank you

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  40. Beth, you have done a marvelous job with this wonderful blog hop! I'm enjoying reading and pinning each post. Thank you so much for this enlightening idea!

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  41. Loving this series, btu i wanted to let you know i'm having trouble printing both italy sections

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  42. Just wanted to say thank you so much for doing this! We are loving it!

    I'm putting together a list of Christmas-specific websites for each country. If I post it on my blog, can I add a link to it above? Also, we've spent 5 Christmases in Indonesia, and this will be our second in Malaysia. If I blog about Christmas here, could I add that link as well? I thought people might enjoy having some options for the "choose your own country" page.

    Thanks!
    Tina

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  43. This looks great and I'd love to do it but I've tried downloading this several times and each time the .pdf show just black splotches where the text should be. Can you tell me what might the issue?

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  44. Beth, I've spelt Egypt wrong, can you edit the link up please. Sorry

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  45. My son built a LEGO micro build of St. Basil Cathedral for our Russia study. Check it out here!
    http://buildinglegoswithchrist.blogspot.com/2012/12/russia-st-basil-cathedral-homeschooling.html

    Thanks for hosting this event!

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  46. THANK YOU SO MUCH, as a home schooling mum this has made our Christmas studies so much easier this year and I am absolutely stoked the passport isn't just for Americans as I can use it here in New Zealand!

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  47. Many of the links for Nicaragua are incorrect. The first one sends to Canada info, the second sends to Nat.Geo Site.

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