In the children's Christmas edition of Triangle
Welcome to this Christmas edition of Triangle especially for young people. This web page only gives a limited content af the edition. If you would like to have a paper copy which has more graphics and a page to colour please ask in one of the local churches.
Why not cut out a large tree shape from cardboard. Pin it to a wall or the back of a door. Create decorations, ornaments and gifts to stick onto your tree.
A game to play
Prepare some tissue ornaments (tree, snowflake, candle, tree made out of tissue). In teams, give each child a straw. Children have to suck on straw to Ďpick upí their decoration and move it from one place to another. The first team to move all their decorations is the winner...or...the slowest team could win!
Thanks for the electric guitar you gave me for Christmas," little Johnny said to his uncle the first time he saw him after the holidays. "It's the best present I ever got."
"That's great," said his uncle. "Do you know how to play it?"
"Oh, I don't play it," Johnny said. "My Mom gives me a pound a day not to play it during the day and my Dad gives me five pounds a week not to play it at night.Ē
Pause for thought
This year, I expect all those who read this will receive a present for Christmas. Thanks to some of you, children in another part of the world will receive a box full of presents Ėa shoebox, wrapped and sent with love. Some gifts that we give donít have to cost anything in terms of money. Can you think of ten things you could give to people that donít cost a penny? Here are a couple to get you startedÖ spend time with a friend who is upset or lonely, offer to look after someoneís pet-with no reward. Now you have a think...
An acrostic poem
All to make us feel
*insert one of the following; sick, stuffed, silly,
Iím sure you can think of your own acrostic poem using the letters that spell Christmas. After all, it canít be as bad as this one!
How many songs can you think of that have the word 'Christmas' in the title?
See how many words can you make from the words
A Christmas Quiz
Can you work out what the following Christmas songs are?
You may need to ask others to help you.
JB: Jingle Bells
If you would like a copy of the answers send an
e-mail to triangle(at)tf7.org.uk
We hope that you have enjoyed this edition of Triangle especially for young people. Have you a joke, recipe or picture that you would like to send in for the next issue? If so, please contact someone at your church or one of the following at St Michael's Church:
Jan Holt e-mail: triangle(at)tf7.org.uk
or Carol Greeenwell.
We would love to hear from you.