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Transcript: remember... Enjoy your Christmas starts within Ideas See you guys some where else! Increase your Dear KA, This year I'm in Scotland and its Christmas. Scots don't really celebrate Christmas because In Scotland the church of the country doesn't think that Christmas is a good idea because it is too much festivity. So we did most of their celebrations on New Years Eve which they call Hogmany. Bannock is the name of the kind of oat cake which Mums and Dads use to give kids on New Years Eve . We made a big bonfire and danced around to bagpipe music. I hope to come back soon, from Scott Whatever you find hard.... Success NEW YEAR anything that really matters double your production Sissez Ave 2345 Technique Invest more in Commitment Whatever you do well in 40% Hello KA, I'm in Germany right now and it's Dec 6th (Christmas day but they call it S. Nicolas Day.) Everyone was very excited. My family is going to have a big feast. Most people in Germany grew a tree but we bought one instead. We did not place decorations though. It's feast day we ate different things than the families, they ate. Suckling pig, macaroni salad and lots more. Our dad and mum locked up a room on Christmas eve, then at midnight they unlocked it like the German families did. We saw parcels on tables the Christmas. Most trees decorated with white dough, nuts, cookies, cars, angels and also family treasures ( But ours was plain green. ) We had Christollen, it was delicious! It was loaves with nuts and raisins. The naughty children get a lot of twigs ( Guess how I know... My brothers got them! XD). The good children get candy. In the afternoon boys dress up as kings. Overall I loved it 10\10! And believe you can achieve anything you want to next year... St forge 108304706 always shine 20% But it will also Ambition We cant afford to loose Is it the same as ours There is a Christmas ? Self Steem Hi I'm in Japan on Christmas day. Little girls are fascinated by baby Jesus (Because they love babies.) Many families decorate their houses and shops with evergreens and miseltoe. We didn't but it was still beautiful >^<. On Christmas night we sang Christmas carols happily together. There is a god named Hoteiosho he takes the place of Santa and gives gifts to children. But only 1% of japanese people believe in Christ, so they get gifts from Santa instead. Some people visit sick people in hospital on Christmas day. I really enjoyed Christmas in Japan. see you in another part of the world! Enthusiasm Believe rain The House Team wish you the more and you will see again All you need for the next year is a good We want to invest in Get some rest, and we will see you in the... 13 prospect rd During a GCSE YEAR it will Christmas will mean different things to everyone but Purpose Dear KA I'm in Australia now and its Christmas. There is a lot of tinsel and glitter everywhere. I like it a lot here, even though temperatures range from 30-40 degrees Celsius (because it is summer). We had a picnic lunch on Bondi Beach. I had a roast turkey for dinner and after that I had a delicious flaming Christmas plum pudding, We also had mince pies, I liked them a lot. We did Christmas shopping in shorts and a t-shirt (its a tradition). I got something for you!I Plus my dad knocked it over! Then we played cricket I hit the ball really far. At night we went to carols by candelight.There was a lot of Christmas bush which is like holly. I really hope to go back soon. From your Kelly Imagination Make sure you YOU perspective Quick notice Solidarity Clementine Cooke-Hall 40% Go to the VLE, Click 'House Point Rewards' You will see a list of prizes. If the prize is grey you do not have enough House Points to buy it. If the Prize is black with a 'BUY' box next to it, you can purchase that prize. Deadline is Friday 12th December. 13 lollie pop lane Find a way to fix it Business Plan Rewards ready to succeed! 60 Stuart Av Prospect We wish you A Very Merry Christmas Because the more each of you YOU So, 338402 SOMEWHERE IN AUS no matter how small... Hard work all will share A Very Merry Christmas all over the world Dear KA I'm in Holland right now and its Christmas. In Holland the kids call Santa Sinterklaas or Sinterklas. On Christmas Eve kids fill their shoes with hay and sugar for Santa's horses. Black Peter is Santa's helper, I think that is very weird that they do not have elves. Christmas is a religious time for the dutch. In the morning I went to the church with my family. In the afternoon we sat around the Christmas tree singing carols and telling stories. Christmas is on December the 5th which is also their feast day. Santa sails from Spain where kids think he lives. I thought he lived in the South Pole!!!! Early in the morning people blow horns over water wells to chase evil spirits away,(It woke me up really early.) I think that having Christmas in Holland was really fun. Merry Christmas From Leyla. Hello KA I'm in Mexico now and it's la Posada (Christmas Day). We saw loads of


Transcript: The straw is usually brought in with the same greetings and throwing of grain as the badnjak. The person spreading it may imitate a hen clucking to call her chicks, "Kvo, kvo, kvo", with the family's children imitating chicks, "Piju, piju, piju", while they pick at the straw. A common custom is to scatter a handful of walnuts over the straw. Cesnica Prepare one round loaf of bread with hidden coin. Gifts Badnjak Polozajnik Recipe for Add one cute child. A polozajnik is the first person who visits the family on Christmas Day. People expect that it will summon prosperity and well-being for their household in the ensuing year. A poloznik steps into the house with his right foot first, greeting the gathered family. He then approaches the fireplace, takes a poker or a branch, and strikes repeatedly the burning badnjak to make sparks fly from it. At the same time he utters: How many sparks, that much happiness in this house. How many sparks, that much money in the household head's pocket Spread armful of straw over the floor. At the end, add one Xmas tree, fatso in red suit and bunch of gifts for everyone The badnjak is an oak log or branch brought into the house and placed on the fire on the evening of Christmas Eve. Early in the morning the head of each family, usually accompanied by several male relatives, selects and fells the tree from which the log will be cut for their household. In the evening, a man of the family brings their badnjak into the house. Xmas in Serbia Xmas in Serbia First, get one Badnjak. Served on January 7th, according to Julian calendar, bringing together families and friends in celebration the birth of Jesus Christ. Serbian people consume it in simple and humble atmosphere, surrounded by closest freinds and family. Although there is a lot of specifically Serbian customs celebrating Christmas, a lot of generations have adopted decorating Xmas tree and giving gifts to loved ones. Most of the Serbian homes looks like Hallmark's Christmas cards, with smiling faces of children waiting to open gifts. An indispensable part of Christmas dinner is the čcesnica, a round loaf of bread, wit hidden coin in it. During Christmas dinner, the head and another man of the family hold the cesnica between themselves, rotating it three times counterclockwise. The cesnica is then carefully broken among the relatives, so that each of them gets his or her own share of the loaf. The family member whose share contains the coin hidden in the cesnica, will supposedly be exceptionally lucky in the coming year. Christmas straw

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