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Ornaments and lights decorate Christmas trees. Small, painted figures of animals and people fill creches scenes that look like the place of Jesus birth.
Tinsel, candles, and baked decorations called Lebkuchen hang from Christmas trees. Strings of lights decorate lampposts, houses, and stores. Saint Nicholas ...
People pray or sing to presipios, mangers that remind them of where the baby Jesus slept. They decorate Christmas trees with angels, stars, and glass balls.
Stalks of oats called juleneks hang outside for birds to eat. Homes are decorated with pinecones, heart shaped baskets, and colorful paper chains. On Christmas ...
A yule log burns brightly in a fireplace. Children pop open Christmas crackers to get a surprise. Families enjoy treats such as mince pie and plum pudding.
Bright red poinsettias decorate homes and churches. Families gather together and sing songs during posadas. Children set out their shoes, hoping they will be ...
Decorations made of straw cover your Christmas tree. A girl dressed in a crown of candles sings songs as she visits people’s homes. People gather together to ...
Star-shaped decorations called parols decorate walls. People gather for a feast called Noche Buena. Singing groups called cumbancheros fill the streets. These ...
Snow falls, animals hibernate, and people bundle up, it’s winter! Check out all the changes that come with longer nights and colder temperatures.
Briefly discusses the history and customs connected to the celebration of Christmas.
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