Christmas Eve in Argentina

It's Thursday which means in our Homeschool we are getting ready for "la Navidad" (Christmas).  

I know it's not technically December 24th and 25th, however, we are coming to an end of our week long learning about Christmas in Argentina, SO that means we need to Celebrate Christmas.

 We prepared, as many Christian Families do, who live in the Northern area in Argentina (where it's Summer weather) by decorating a tree with cotton balls. (aka snow) Also making red and green decorations (wreaths).  

We then baked our "pan dulce" sweet bread . (aka cupcakes for us)   You won't be hearing any "Polvora" (fireworks) but the children will receive a little present in the morning from "Papa Noels".  

 The girls set up the "pesebre" (Nativity).     

In addition to preparing for tomorrow's celebration - we were able to sneak in some Scholastic....

A word game (which Zachary LOVES)

And some Christmas activities! 

Excited to have a little celebration addition to a playdate at a friends house....our town's tree lighting...and a fun night at Church were we will be caroling over at the Nursing Home... 8)   

Until tomorrow.... Be Blessed!

Linking up to:
The CSI Kids Paint Challenge!


Kelly said…
This is such a neat way to learn about how other countries celebrate Christmas. I love that you followed it all the way to "Christmas". Visiting from TGIF!
Kelly at Little Wonders' Days
Sarah Grace said…
I like the wreaths. And the cotton balls for snow in the trees!
So neat! I never thought about how warm weathered countries might celebrate Christmas a bit differently!
Barbara Hiatt said…
Love these!! Thanks for linking up at the CSI Project Kids!
Barbara at Chase the Star
What a fun post!! I love learning about how other countries celebrate Christams! your wreath project is so fun and came out so beautifully!

I wanted to let you know I featured this at TGIF this week here:

Thanks for linking up & have a GREAT weekend!
Beth =-)

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