A 20-question PowerPoint quiz about Christmas traditions around the globe. The Word document contains detailed answers (see the example below).
Fun and informative for learners of any age and nationality.
An extract from the resource:
1. In which country is ‘Nikolaustag’ celebrated?
‘Nikolaustag’ is celebrated in Germany on 5th/6th December. Children leave boots or shoes outside their bedroom door. St Nikolaus will leave gifts for children who have been good. However, if they haven’t been good, they may find a bunch of twigs! Traditional presents include apples, oranges, biscuits, sweets and small toys.
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I was reading through the powerpoint slides, and I noticed a little mistake. 'Eerste Kerstdag' and 'Tweede Kerstdag' is Dutch for Christmas Day and Boxing Day, not Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Tweede kerstdag literally translated is Second Christmas Day. I do love this resource though! It is always good to learn about other cultures' traditions during Christmas. Thank you for sharing.