Nativity acrostic poem
Never forget what happened
All those years ago
The way in which Jesus came
Into the world
Two thousand years later
You celebrate-it’s Christmas
Now you try, you could use any word or even have a go and write one using the letters that are above: Nativity.
A Christmas Quiz
Can you work out what the following Christmas words are? They are all words to do with Christmas but are mixed up.
You may need to ask others to help you.
NOS FO DOG:__________________
Pause for Thought
Sometimes after Christmas, when it’s the start of a new year, people think about the year ahead and make new year’s resolutions. People might say they will take more exercise or keep their room tidy but often within a few weeks they forget and they go back to their old ways. Perhaps you could write something that you will do on a piece of card, decorate it and put it in your room or somewhere where you will see it each day and be reminded of it. Perhaps your new year’s resolution will last longer.
What is an ig?
An Eskimo’s house without a toilet.
Why should you be careful at Christmas?
Because there are mince spies about.
What’s white and goes up
A confused snowflake.
What do you call an old snowman?
Snow use-I’ve forgotten my name again.
How does Good King Wenceslas like his pizzas?
Deep and crisp and even.
How do sheep greet each other at Christmas?
A Merry Christmas to ewe!
What kind of candle burns longer, a red candle or a green candle?
Neither, candles always burn shorter!
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HOW MANY WORDS CAN YOU MAKE FROM THE WORD “CHRISTMAS”?
A Christmas Quiz answers
SON OF GOD
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