Come Celebrate Christmas in Germany with me with Celebrate Christmas in Germany Unit Stu
Do you want to focus on Christmas, but keep learning?
Do you want to focus more on Christmas and less on tedious schoolwork?
Your children will love exploring the nation of Germany and learning all about Christmas the German way! Yes, Christmas can be festive, educational, and fun!
Let's explore Germany and celebrate Christmas with a German family in Bavaria. We will start each day by reading a Grimm's Fairy Tale each day and have a short Bible study before our hands-on learning and cooking/baking begins.We will visit ...
We will meet...
- Rothenburg ob der Tauber
- Christmas markets
- famous castles
- historic places
- Black Forest
- a Christmas museum
We will read ...
- Martin Luther
- St. Boniface
- St. Nicholas
- Princess Elizabeth of Hungary
- Brothers Grimm
We will ...
- 20 Original Grimm's Fairy Tales
- 20 Bible passages about Christmas
We will sing ..
- create an Advent Calendar
- make Ornaments
- create a Christmas Tree Forest
- create a Village of Paper Houses
- decorate a Gingerbread house
- bake Cookies
- make a German Christmas Traditions Booklet
- create a Christmas Pyramid
- make Nativity Gift Tags
- research Bears
- design Family Christmas Market Mug
- plan a Christmas Market booth
- create Altar Tripod Art
- design a Crown for Jesus
- draw a royal carriage
- "Silent Night"
- "O Christmas Tree"
- "Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee"
You will love this Christ-centered Christmas adventure to learn about the culture, customs, and festive traditions of Germany! This book includes 20 Grimm's Fairy Tales:Snow White The DonkeyRumpelstiltskinHansel & GretelCinderellaThe Golden BirdThe Goose GirlMother HuldaLily & the LionSnow White, Red RoseThe Frog PrinceThe Water of LifeKing Grisley BeardGoldilocks & The Three BearsPuss and BootsThe Town MusiciansSleeping BeautyRed Riding Hood
The Elves and the Shoemaker
This unit study, made with love, is jam-packed with mouth-watering, festive recipes to make and bake for Christmas.
The idea of doing unit studies for the month of December was a way to stretch out the celebration of Christmas because I just love Christmas and making memories with my little lambs. But, I also love to learn and this unit study is full of fun things to learn.
Of course, this unit study is no longer mine as I give it to you. Please adapt it however you need to so that it will work for your family! Cut things out, add things in, and change the days around-it's yours now! I hope this will spark your own homemade Christmas unit studies in years ahead. Merry Christmas! Why not celebrate in Germany this year?Series:
Meredith Curtis Publisher:
Elementary & Middle School; All Ages Learning Together