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Let's write a Christmas Story


Let's go on a virtual trip around the world to see how other children celebrate Christmas.Copy and paste into MS Word all the ideas you like from around the world.

How Do we Celebrate around the World



 Christmas Around the World



Christmas WebQuest

Christmas Angel Christmas Games











History of Halloween, like any other festival's history is inspired through traditions that have transpired through ages from one generation to another. We follow them mostly as did our dads and grandpas. Behind the name... Halloween, or the Hallow E'en as they call it in Ireland, means All Hallows Eve, or the night before the 'All Hallows', also called 'All Hallowmas', or 'All Saints', or 'All Souls' Day, observed on November 1. In old English the word 'Hallow' meant 'sanctify'. Roman Catholics, Episcopalians and Lutherians used to observe All Hallows Day to honor all Saints in heaven, known or unknown. They used to consider it with all solemnity as one of the most significant observances of the Church year. And Catholics were  obliged to attend Mass. The Romans observed the holiday of Feralia, intended to give rest and peace to the departed. Participants made sacrifices in honor of the dead, offered up prayers for them, and made oblations to them. The festival was celebrated on February 21, the end of the Roman year. In the 7th century, Pope Boniface IV introduced All Saints' Day to replace the pagan festival of the dead. It was observed on May 13. Later, Gregory III changed the date to November 1.




Halloween Coloring Game
Halloween Coloring Game

Click on the tombstones to color a Halloween scene, or add stickers and facial features to personalize your very own pumpkin!





Help the wicked witch save her pumpkin patch from spooky ghosts in this fun Halloween game.

Spooky Differences

Spooky Differences is a fun game where kids can develop their powers of observation by clicking on the differences between

Streamer Screamer

Steer the witch on her super-fast broom to win in this fun arcade-style Halloween game.




Put your cursor over the drums to make the skeleton play. Shake, rattle, & roll on in here for a good old-fashioned boneyard boogie...


Undead Smackdown!

Don't come in here if you lack the guts to give these ghouls a smack....


Visit Vermont's Finest Virtual Pumpkin Patch and carve yourself a Halloween Jack O' Lantern.





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