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Christmas Unit Studies and Family Fun

Christmas Unit Studies and Family Fun

Dear fellow homeschool moms and friends,

Below find links to Christmas family friendly sites that I have been compiling for a few years. You’ll need a cup of coffee or tea if you prefer and plenty of paper for your printer. some I have used and some I haven’t but, if you’ve received recommended sites from me before these fall along the same lines;
F4: Faith, Family, Friends and Fellowship.

I hope you are able to use some of these links to make you holiday season more memorable.

Merry Christmas,

Stop by the G-Force Academy Christmas Shoppe, where you’ll find lots of great resources for your family’s holiday traditions. Everything from dvd’s, cd’s, family read alouds, advent books, and more. Happy Shopping!


http://happyhomeschool.familyclassroom.net/Archives/Holidays/JesusName.shtml (names of Jesus unit study)

http://homeschooling.about.com/cs/unitssubjhol/a/advent125.htm (what is advent and 25 days of family fun countdown)

http://happyhomeschool.familyclassroom.net/Archives/Holidays/ChristianMen.shtml (Christmas songs unit study)

http://happyhomeschool.familyclassroom.net/Archives/Holidays/Christmas.shtml (symbols of Christmas unit study)

http://www.homeschooled-kids.com/advent.html (family advent/Christmas countdowns, daily family reading, activity/recipe)

FREE Countdown to Christmas
Interactive Game – 25 surprises in all!

Build up the excitement of the holiday season with this unique and engaging way to countdown to Christmas Day! Our free holiday gift to you, Countdown to Christmas, is an interactive game packed with 25 merry surprises – one to open each day for 25 days – STARTING ON DECEMBER 1st! Kids of all ages will eagerly anticipate their daily visit to Santa’s Village to see what special fun awaits them. All 25 free games are yours to keep and play over and over again!

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http://www.homeschoolshare.com/Twelve_Days_of_Christmas.php (12 days of Christmas Lapbook)




http://homeschooling.about.com/cs/unitssubjhol/a/fundaysdec.htm (Crafts)

http://homeschooling.about.com/cs/unitssubjhol/a/fundaysdec.htm (lots of fun stuff)

http://www.gingerbread-house-heaven.com/index.html Gingerbread Heaven, lots of inspiration and pictures

http://jesse-trees.com/index.html (jesse tree)

http://www.shalfleet.net/advent/makeajessetree.htm jesse tree

http://www.kingofpeace.org/advent/advent.htm all about advent

http://www.stnicholascenter.org/Brix?pageID=23 Great site all about the true santa, Saint Nicholas

http://www.eriercd.org/jessetree.htm jesse tree


Some of the following books and booklets may give you additional ideas for using the Jesse Tree, both in congregational and home worship. Also you’ll find in the G-Force Academy Shoppe at http://astore.amazon.com/gforaca-20 lots of CHRISTMAS books, DVD’S, ORNAMENTS, cd’s, and craft kits to add to your family’s holiday traditions.
Happy Shopping!

The Advent Jesse Tree: Devotions for Children and Adults to Prepare for the Coming of the Christ Child at Christmas. Dean Meador Lambert. Nashville: Abingdon, 1988.

The Bethlehem Tree: A Family Advent Resource Book. Mary Louise Tietjen. New York: Paulist Press, 1976.
A beginner’s book of readings, activities, and crafts for young children. The symbols of the Bethlehem tree are taken directly from the Christmas story and are simpler than those of the Jesse Tree.

Jesse Tree Devotions by Marilyn S. Breckenridge. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1985.
Four weeks of daily family devotions for Advent. Includes a large fold-out Jesse Tree with cutouts for children to hang on the tree.

The Jesse Tree: A Cutout Book. Mar-lene Konrady. Minneapolis: Winston Press, 1981.
Twenty symbols on thick poster paper, ready for coloring and hanging on a Jesse Tree, or to be used as patterns for fabric ornaments. Each symbol is described as it relates to different Scripture references.

The Jesse Tree: Stories and Symbols of Advent Raymond and Georgene Anderson. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1966.
Twenty-nine family devotions for every day from the first Sunday of Advent until Christmas Day The devotions include Scripture readings, a short commentary, and a prayer, and are accompanied by beautiful four-color artwork based on the Scripture readings.

Wait in Joyful Hope: Traditions, Celebrations, and Activities for Advent and Christmas. Mary V Reilly, Margaret K. Wetterer, and Nancy K. Lyons. Wilton, Connecticut: Morehouse-Barlow, 1980.




December 8, 2008 - Posted by | G-Force Academy

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