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December 22, 2017

Christmas in Spain

Filed under: General News — rubywren @ 9:38 am

On Christmas Eve Spanish people eat their Christmas dinner.The traditional dinner is turkey stuffed with truffles.On Christmas day they eat seafood.They eat shellfish and crabs. After that they go out on midnight mass. Then people walk through the streets flashing torches and playing guitars and crashing drums. New years eve is called Nochevieja.

Treasure Chest

Filed under: General News — bobbywren @ 9:37 am

One day I was walking up a rocky, snowy mountain and I saw a huge, brown treasure chest. Inside the treasure chest there was black smoke and a dragonfly. The dragonfly flew around and tried racing me. I tried to catch it with my net but it was too quick! I said “get back here” but it kept flying. So I went to play outside and hoped the dragonfly would join me but it never did.

December 19, 2017

Christmas In Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 12:05 pm

At Christmas eve people walk to the grave yard and the light a candle to remember family who have died. On Christmas Santa shouts ‘Are they any children here?’ and they have to reply so he can talk to them about whether or not they have been good. In Winter you can sometimes see the Northern lights they are bright lights of green and purple.

By Taylor and Charlie

Christmas in Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 12:02 pm

On Christmas eve people go to the cemetery to remember the people who have died. On Christmas people stay at home and Santa comes to visit them and talks to them. He wears different clothes in Finland. It is very snowy in Finland.

By Jack and Henri

Christmas In Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 11:59 am

In Finland the children get to see Santa and talk to him. For dinner they have different food like egg nog, pork and mashed potato. There are sometimes green lights in the sky called the northern lights. It is very cold and snowy and gets dark at three o’clock in Winter.

By Max and Lucas

Christmas in Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 11:55 am

In Finland, on Christmas eve they go to the graveyard to light a candle for any family who have died. On Christmas nights Santa comes to see them and talks to them and gives them presents. For dinner instead of turkey they sometimes have casserole.

By Leo and Harry

Christmas in Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 11:53 am

In Finland Santa comes to the house and talks to the children. They believe that there was a bad goat who used to ask for presents called the Yule Goat but he started to give presents and when Santa took over the name of the Yule goat stayed for Santa. The children see Santa and he gives them presents,  he wears different clothes. On Christmas eve they go to a graveyard and visit the people who have died, they light lanterns for them.

By Oscar and Natalie

Christmas in Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 11:49 am

In Finland Santa doesn’t come down the chimney he talks to the children and gives them presents. The sky is filled with green and pink lights on certain days and this is called the northern lights. The have different food on Christmas day, they have pork leg or vegetable casserole.

By Ruby and Cruiz

Christmas in Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 11:46 am

In Finland they have mashed potato and pork for dinner. The snow is really deep in Finland. They give animals outside seeds to eat as it is hard for the animals to find food in the snow. The sky changes colour to light green, pink and yellow and it is called the Northern lights.

By Lucy and Jack

Christmas in Finland

Filed under: General News — missgreaves @ 11:41 am

It is very snowy in Finland. Santa comes over to the house and gives the children presents in person and talks to them. On Christmas eve they go to the cemetery to see past relatives and light a candle for them. Santa wears different clothes in Finland. They also eat different food on Christmas day like salmon and pork and they have a very peaceful Christmas day.

By Megan and Cole

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