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  • Slide 1 - Welcome to...
  • Slide 2 - Christmas Around The World
  • Slide 3 - Brazil Merry Christmas Feliz Natal
  • Slide 4 - Brazil In Brazil they call Father Christmas ‘Papai Noel’ Christmas there is very hot because it comes at the beginning of their Summer. Father Christmas wears red silk because it is too hot for him to wear the same clothes as he does in the UK.
  • Slide 5 - China Christmas Shang Dan Jiang
  • Slide 6 - China How do Christians in China decorate their houses for Christmas? They use bright coloured paper lanterns to decorate for Christmas. They put candles inside and the light shines brightly through the coloured paper.
  • Slide 7 - Christmas Day is not a public holiday in China like it is in England. People go to work and children go to school. This is because China is mainly a Buddhist country. Their biggest celebration is Chinese New Year which usually falls sometime in January or February. China Chinese children hang up stockings in the hope that Sheng Dan Lao Ren will visit them and fill them with presents. Who do you think Sheng Dan Lao Ren is?
  • Slide 8 - Malta Merry Christmas Il-Milied it-Tajjeb (eel mileed ittayyeb)
  • Slide 9 - Malta Do you know who preaches the sermon at Midnight Mass instead of the priest on Christmas Eve in Malta? It is a child aged between 7 and 10 years old. The child will be chosen from the altar servers months in advance and has to learn the 15 minute speech off by heart. Once they have finished their sermon they are given a gift by the parish priest which is usually a statue of the baby Jesus lying in a manger.
  • Slide 10 - Norway Merry Christmas God Jul
  • Slide 11 - Norway It is traditional in Norway to ‘circle the tree’ before opening presents. Families stand in a big circle around the Christmas Tree, hold hands and walk or dance around the tree whilst singing Christmas carols.
  • Slide 12 - Norway Every year the people of Oslo, Norway give London a huge Christmas tree which is put up in Trafalgar Square. During the Second World War King Haakon of Norway was forced out of the country when Hitler invaded and came to Britain. Since 1947 we have been sent a giant Norwegian Spruce as a great big thank you for looking after him so well.
  • Slide 13 - Australia What pulls Santa’s sleigh around Australia instead of Reindeer? CLUE Australians sometimes call these animals “Boomers”… Santa’s sleigh is pulled by six white kangaroos!
  • Slide 14 - Australia It is summer in Australia at Christmas so it is very, very hot. Families often go to the beach on Christmas Day and instead of having a hot roast turkey dinner they have a barbeque!
  • Slide 15 - France Merry Christmas Joyeux Noel
  • Slide 16 - France Marie Joseph le bébé Jésus Let’s learn some French Christmas Words!
  • Slide 17 - France les bergers l’agneau
  • Slide 18 - France les rois
  • Slide 19 - France le sapin Père Noël un cadeau un ange un renne un traîneau
  • Slide 20 - France le bonhomme de neige Le bonhomme de neige Il est très joli et beau Il a deux yeux, un nez, et une bouche Et sur la tête un grand chapeau!
  • Slide 21 - Netherlands Merry Christmas Zalig Kerstfeest
  • Slide 22 - Netherlands The main Christmas celebration in the Netherlands is on St. Nicholas’ feast day which is 6th December. Dutch people celebrate Sinterklaasavond which is like our Christmas Eve. Did you know? The name Santa Claus comes from the Dutch word for St. Nicholas – Sinterklaas.
  • Slide 23 - Netherlands What do you think Dutch children leave instead of stockings for Sinterklaas to fill? On Sinterklaasavond children leave out their shoes in the hope that Sinterklaas will fill them with presents. They also leave a carrot with their shoes for Sinterklaas’ horse.
  • Slide 24 - Germany Merry Christmas Fröliche Weihnachten
  • Slide 25 - Germany German children also put their shoes out in the hopes that they will be filled with presents, just like Dutch children. If the children have been good when they come down on St. Nicholas’ Day their shoes will have been filled with sweets and chocolates. If the children have not been good then they might receive slaps by St. Nicholas’ companion Knecht Ruprecht.
  • Slide 26 - St. Nicholas
  • Slide 27 - St. Nicholas was born during the 3rd century, about 700 years ago. His parents were very wealthy and he was raised to be Christian. While St. Nicholas was still young both his parents died and left him all their money. Nicholas obeyed Jesus’ words to “sell what you own and give the money to the poor’ and he used ALL the money his parents had left him to help the poor, the sick and the suffering. He dedicated his whole life to serving God and became known throughout the land for his generosity to the those in need and for his love for children. St. Nicholas St. Nicholas’ Day is celebrated in many countries around the world on 6th December every year.
  • Slide 28 - (sung to the tune of 'Jingle Bells') Christmas bells All is well We're all having fun. Games and jokes and things to eat Joy to everyone. Oh, Christmas bells All is well We're all having fun. It's party time for the new-born babe And everyone's welcome.
  • Slide 29 - Dear God, Thank you for fun, for getting together with friends and family. For presents and games and things to eat and drink. Thank you that you want us to celebrate and have fun at Christmas time. Thank you that we're all invited to the party. Amen.

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