Winter Holidays Chart

This worksheet, meant to be used in conjunction with the Winter Holidays Lesson Plan, tests students' knowledge of the meaning of various holidays. Students will review special traditions for Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Hanukkah, and many other holidays.
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Seasons (144)

Earth Science (1,176)

Science (4,735)

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Winter (46)

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Updated on: October 31, 2000

Winter Holidays Chart

All of these holidays have special traditions and historical significance that make them important to the people that celebrate them. Put each holiday in the column where it belongs. Some holidays may belong in more than one column.

KWANZAA

PASSOVER

THANKSGIVING

CHINESE NEW YEAR

EASTER

CHRISTMAS

VALENTINE'S DAY

FOURTH OF JULY

CINCO DE MAYO

HANUKKAH

ST. PATRICK'S DAY

PRESIDENTS DAY

HALLOWEEN

WINTER SOLSTICE

MEMORIAL DAY

On these holidays . . .

One may have a large feast or meal One may make or hang decorations One may get dressed in a costume One may have parades and sometimes fireworks One may sing special songs One may give someone a gift or card One may light candles
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    

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