How to Celebrate Christmas


On Christmas Day, people gather with family and friends to enjoy a festive meal and exchange gifts as they celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

Things You'll Need

  • Christmas Gifts
  • Gift Ribbons
  • Ribbons
  • Tissue Paper
  • Gift Cards
  • CD Players
  • Christmas Stockings
  • Christmas Tree Lights
  • Christmas Tree Ornaments
  • Christmas Trees
  • Gift Bags
  • Gift Bows
  • Wrapping Paper
  • Christmas CDs
  • Tissue paper
  • Send Christmas cards to family and friends wishing them a merry Christmas and a happy new year.

  • Set up a live or artificial Christmas tree in your home. Decorate it with ornaments and lights.

  • Hang mistletoe in a doorway. It is traditional for people to kiss when they stand underneath this small, scented sprig.

  • Place lights and other decorations on the outside of your house and on your outdoor shrubs and trees.

  • Buy gifts for family and friends and pile them under the tree.

  • Hang stockings from your mantel so Santa can leave little items inside when he visits.

  • Ask your children to write down a wish list of the toys they would like to receive.

  • Share the list with Santa Claus so he can fill their requests. Expect him to arrive on Christmas Eve in a sled drawn by reindeer, carrying a red sack filled with gifts.

  • Play Christmas music in your house to get in the holiday spirit; some popular choices include "Silent Night" and "Deck the Halls."

  • Prepare a huge Christmas feast with foods such as turkey, ham, stuffing and vegetables; serve mince pie for dessert. Include other favorite recipes from your childhood holiday meals.

  • Attend church on Christmas Eve.

  • Remember that the true meaning of the season is really about giving.

Tips & Warnings

  • Help those less fortunate than you are at this time of year. Donate a toy for a needy child, or give food to a food drive or homeless shelter so others can enjoy a holiday meal.
  • Christmas is celebrated around the world in a wide variety of ways. Incorporate traditions from other cultures into your own festivities to create your own unique traditions.
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