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Published on January 30, 2008

Author: Marietta1


Christmas Vocabulary:  Christmas Vocabulary December 25 Christmas Trees:  Christmas Trees Christmas trees are popular symbols of Christmas. They are decorated with ornaments, lights, and garland. This Christmas tree has a star on top. Ornaments:  Ornaments Christmas ornaments are made from glass, wood, or plastic. They have hooks on top and are hung from the branches of Christmas trees. Wreaths:  Wreaths Wreaths are decorated with bows and ornaments and are hung on doors or above fireplaces. Christmas Cards:  Christmas Cards People send Christmas cards to relatives and friends. Shopping:  Shopping Stores and malls are busy at Christmas. Most people start shopping for Christmas in November. Poinsettias:  Poinsettias Poinsettias can be red, pink, or white, but red is the most popular color. Stockings:  Stockings Adults fill Christmas stockings with small gifts for children. Fireplace:  Fireplace Christmas stockings are hung by the fireplace. Candy Canes:  Candy Canes Candy canes have red and white stripes, and they are shaped like canes. Christmas Carolers:  Christmas Carolers Christmas carols are special songs that are sung at Christmas. Some carolers go caroling from house to house on Christmas Eve or Christmas. Gingerbread Houses:  Gingerbread Houses Gingerbread houses look like cottages. They are decorated with icing, candy, cookies, and sprinkles. Gingerbread Cookies:  Gingerbread Cookies Icing is used to draw faces and clothes on gingerbread cookies. Cookies for Santa:  Cookies for Santa On Christmas Eve, children leave cookies and milk or hot chocolate for Santa Claus. Reindeers:  Reindeers Nine reindeer pull Santa's sleigh on Christmas Eve. Santa’s most famous reindeer is Rudolph. Rudolph has a red nose that glows. Santa Claus:  Santa Claus On Christmas Eve, Santa Claus delivers presents to all the children in the world. He climbs down their chimneys while they are asleep. Gifts:  Gifts Most families open their Christmas gifts on Christmas morning. Merry Christmas from Christina at  Merry Christmas from Christina at

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