| Acorns for the Squirrels
Description:Thanksgiving is coming and the squirrels are counting their acorns. Read tales of squirrels who are preparing for Thanksgiving by making place mats, toilet paper tube squirrels and other Thanksgiving decorations.
What will they be thankful for and will they remember their manners at the Thanksgiving table? The squirrels are making nut bread and counting acorns to prepare for the feast.
Scurry on over and learn about squirrels and acorns...
|A Holy Christmas
Description:This site has the most complete list of Christian Christmas resources available. You will find a list of stories, poems, songs, legends, meditations, and sermons, as well as preparation instructions, history of Christmas articles, Christmas services, information about Christmas in other countries, and much more. A must stop for all online Christians.
|A Religious Christmas
Description:Scripture, music, art, Bethlehem, sermons and essays, drama, advent, holiday traditions. The advent section includes scriptures to read each day of advent.
|Annie's Halloween Page
Description:This page discusses Halloween from a Christian perspective. Includes information on the history of Halloween and suggestions for alternatives to celebrating Halloween.
|Chanukah on the Net
Description:The story of Chanuka, the menorah and the dreidel. "Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel" song in midi format. Chanukah goodies, a desktop shareware program called Holiday Lites you can download, holiday prayers and music sung by Cantor Pinchas Rabinovicz, and a Jewish holidays message board.
|Chinese New Year
Description:Christmas may not feel like the most scientific of all seasons, but for the science-minded among us there are more issues to contemplate than you might think. For example, when did we start chopping down trees to put in our living room? Why do scientists claim that Christmas actually is in September? How can a snowflake have an endless boundary? And what is Santa doing to prepare his business for extraplanetary settlements?
|Christmas.com Around the World
Description:Currently offering information about the Christmas customs of nearly 80 countries around the world. You'll also find information about Christmas symbols and Santa Claus.
|How Christmas Works - The Complete Guide to Christmas Traditions!
Description:Help answer questions about Christmas from the imaginary space alien Gorg. A sampling of Gorg's questions include: What is Christmas? Why are there oversized socks hanging on your mantel? and Why have you decorated this evergreen with ornaments, lights, fake snow and Mylar plastic tinsel?
|Surprise: Halloween's Not a Pagan Festival After All
Description:The holiday and its customs are completely Christian, and some are uniquely American. Halloween falls on October 31 because of a pope, and its observances are the result of medieval Catholic piety.
|Teel Family's Thanksgiving Page
Description:A Thanksgiving unit study, color sheets, links to other Thanksgiving sites, recipes, and activities.
|Thanksgiving at Bonus.Com
Description:Activities for Kids
|Thanksgiving Links for Kids and Families
Description:A great jumping off spot for exploring the resources dealing with Thanksgiving that are available on the world wide web.
Description:Link lists with descriptions for the following topics: student resources, pictures, maps and historical documents, holiday resources and teacher resources.
|The Brotherhood of Soldiers at War
Description:There exists a special brotherhood among those who stand shoulder to shoulder to look death in the face and defend not only each other, but the principles in which they believe. This inspiring series of stories premiered as a Hall of Heroes "Internet Event" on Veterans Day, 1999. If you missed any of them, we invite you to revisit the stories of brothers in arms.
|The Christmas Bird Count
Description:More than 50,000 observers participate each year in this all-day census of early-winter bird populations. The results of their efforts are compiled into the longest running database in ornithology, representing over a century of unbroken data on trends of early-winter bird populations across the Americas. Simply put, the Christmas Bird Count, or "CBC", is citizen science in action.
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