Why is Christmas Celebrated?
Do we all know what comes on the 25th of December? That's right! Christmas! Don’t we all love the snow and the beautiful lights with decorations? And the best part about the day is definitely the presents, right? But why do we celebrate Christmas? Let’s take a look! The 25th of December is a holiday to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ as the son of God. The name Christmas is joined from "Christ" and "mass," which refers to holy mass or festival of Jesus Christ. This celebration day came just after the winter solstice, which is the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. The idea was to announce that winter is not forever, and it was a form of worshipping the Sun. The day before Christmas is known as Christmas Eve. Gifts are exchanged on Christmas Day, and everyone gets pine trees that are decorated with bells, candles, candy canes, fairy lights, and many other things! We also created a great section of tips for incorporating Christmas Themes in Your Classroom Merry Christmas to all!
Help decorate the Christmas tree by coloring the ornaments. If an ornament contains a noun, color it green. If it contains an adjective, color it blue. If it contains a verb, color it red. Color the tree. Then cut and paste the ornaments onto the tree