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Daniel’s Christmas

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Daniel’s Christmas Nan McNeill On Christmas Eve our parents let us open one present. My little sister always opens the biggest present she can. I open the smallest one. My mom and dad always save their presents from Sam and me. My mom let’s us pick out a Christmas ornament to hang on the tree

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Christmas in Toccoa, Georgia

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Christmas in Toccoa, Georgia apj1 (The following messages are from students in the Sixth Grade at Stephens County Middle School in Toccoa, Georgia.) I have two favorite Christmas traditons at my house. We have a Christmas dinner. Another tradition is our relatives come over. The weather in Toccoa, Georgia is diffrent from year to year

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An Ohio Christmas

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An Ohio Christmas Lance101 Christmas is definitely the best time of the year. Snow, fireplaces, shopping, music, baking, wrapping… it all began in November when the first snow usually fell. It was a beautiful sight to see the ground all covered in white. Every year, our family used to decorate our tree together while listening

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Christmas in South Jersey

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Christmas in South Jersey r.gillespie In South Jersey for Christmas we do these things: For dinner we have turkey, mashed potatoes, bean casarole, corn on the cob and stuffing. The desserts are ice cream, cherries, cake and pie. Some of our traditions are putting up Christmas trees and trimming them. Under the tree people put

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New Jersey 4th graders view of Christmas

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New Jersey 4th graders view of Christmas H. Clark Here is some of the food we eat for Christmas celebrations in New Jersey: turkey, ham, pork chops, cranberry sauce, and apple sauce. In New Jersey most family traditions include Christmas trees and hanging stockings. Some of the fun activities we do on Christmas are open

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Marmora, N.J. 4th grade

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Marmora, N.J. 4th grade H. Clark We like to eat stuffing, mashed potatoes, and macaroni. The main parts of the meal are turkey, and ham. For dessert we like to eat cheesecake and brownies. We get to have no school and we always put up a tree. We hope it snows so we can have

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Memories of Christmas in South Dakota

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Memories of Christmas in South Dakota Elmira Smith When I was a little girl, we would get together with aunts, uncles and cousins at my grandparents place. I can remember when we had to hitch the horses to a sleigh and travel two and half miles to my grandparents place. It was cold out but

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Eastern Washington Christmas!

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Eastern Washington Christmas! normandale I live in a small town in Washington State. I feel like we have a pretty unique Christmas tradition and thought I would share! On Christmas Eve (this is the unique part, I think) my parents have a huge party where everyone they know is invited; friends, family, family-in-laws, neighbors, pastors,

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NJ 4th Grade UTES

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NJ 4th Grade UTES r.gillespie The most important foods we eat in New Jersey during the holidays are turkey, mashed potatoes, and veggies. Some activities we like to do are having parties, opening gifts, and talking to Santa. Several traditions that we have are hanging stockings and sledding. And finally, we like to decorate by

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NJ 4th Grade UTES

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NJ 4th Grade UTES r.gillespie A week before Christmas we hang stockings. My friends and I play Santa and hand out presents to people. All people open presents on Christmas Day, Dec. 25. We have a big family dinner on Christmas Eve. All the parents hang stockings on Christmas Eve. On Christmas day we open

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A Merry Christmas!

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A Merry Christmas! mary_444 I have always enjoyed Christmas ever since I was a little girl. There were always all the family members gathered at my grandparent’s house. We always took turns opening the presents, too. The kids would pass out the presents to our relatives who were there. This Christmas I have to work

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response to Michelle

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response to Michelle Marion Our 1st grade teachers are doing a project on Christmas around the world. They are studying Italy now. They have found that Italian families eat a meatless supper, pranzo della vigilia, which may include seafoods such as eel, cod, squid, octopus, and clams. I have not found an answer as to

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Christmas in Seattle

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Christmas in Seattle Laughs101 I love Christmas here in Seattle! Every year, we see the play “A Christmas Carol” at the ACT Theatre. It is cool because downtown is so pretty with all the Christmas decorations. We always get our tree at Westover Farm, which is near my house. They have great trees! We get

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A Missouri Christmas

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A Missouri Christmas barb Here in Missouri we celebrate like much of the US. We put up our tree a few weeks ahead of time so we can enjoy the pretty lites and colors. The children, although grown-up now still draw names and love to get together. The Christmas Story is read on Christmas Eve

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SCMS Christmas-Part 2

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SCMS Christmas-Part 2 Nan McNeill Karinzia’s Christmas: Christmas Eve my Grandmother lets me open my gifts before anyone else. That’s because I live with her and I go spend Christmas day with my mother and sister. Christmas Eve all of my family gathers together at my house for dinner. We have turkey and dressing, ham

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