Holidays Around the World

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Manufacturer: Cap
Grade Level: PreK -- Grade 2
Average Rating: Not Rated
Group: Holidays Around the World
  • Title: Chinese New Year
    Item: C48571
  • Title: Christmas
    Item: C48588
  • Title: Diwali
    Item: C48595
  • Title: Hanukkah
    Item: C48601
  • Title: Kwanzaa
    Item: C48618
  • Title: Ramadan
    Item: C48625
  • Title: Set of All 6 Books
    Item: SC48847
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It's time to celebrate! People celebrate holidays and festivals in every corner of the world. From Christmas to Kwanzaa, Diwali, Hanukkah, Ramadan and Chinese New Year, emergent readers will discover each holiday's background, its traditions, and cultural or religious significance. Carefully levelled text and a close photo text match help promote comprehension every step of the way. Grades:PreK–2. Paperback.

1.Chinese New Year:-It's time to celebrate Chinese New Year! Clean the house. Have a feast with relatives. Watch fireworks and dragon dances. Make paper lanterns. Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is a celebration of new beginnings.

2.Christmas:- It's time to celebrate Christmas. There's so much to do! Make cookies and decorate the Christmas tree. Have dinner with your family. Exchange presents. This important Christian holiday celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ.

3.Diwali:- It's time to celebrate Diwali! Light lamps. Exchange cards and presents. Dance and watch fireworks. Diwali, or the Festival of Lights, reminds Hindu people of the story of Rama and Sita. It is a story of how good beats evil.

4.Hanukkah:- It's time to celebrate Hanukkah! Light the menorah. Sing songs and eat tasty treats. During Hanukkah, or the Festival of Lights, Jews remember a war they won. This allowed them to freely practice their beliefs.

5.Kwanzaa:- It's time to celebrate Kwanzaa! Light the kinara. Eat a big feast with your family. During Kwanzaa, people come together. They celebrate African-American heritage.

6.Ramadan:- It's time to celebrate Ramadan. For one month, Muslims don't eat or drink for most of the day. They pray and help the poor. Muslims focus on being thankful during this important Islamic holiday.
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