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Track Santa around the world live tonight!
It's true! You can track le Père Noël tonight as he travels around the world delivering presents to all the children.
NORAD - North American Aerospace Defense Command track Santa live each year and plot his…
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Christmas at Gorseville - as a huge fan of Monsieur Gorse's work, I would like to share the above movie with you - and heartily recommend you subscribe to the 'Mrgorse' channel on…Continue
Another festive online game - this time from German site http://www.adventsweb.de/onlinegames/geschenkesammeln.htm that requires no language to play: simply use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move Santa from left to right to catch as many…Continue
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Christmas isn't Noel without…Continue
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Many households in France, particularly those which are catholic, will have a 'crib' scene - a selection of figures to represent the Holy family in Bethlehem.
You can print out paper templates to colour and make your own class crib or…
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'Tete a modeler' is a great site to find simple craft activites for children with step-by-step illustrated instructions that are easy enough for English children to follow.
The link below will take you to a make'n'do Father Christmas made with cones of red and white paper and some 'pinking shears' (those wavy-edged scissors, though you could just as easily skip that and use ordinary scissors.…Continue