Have a fabulous learning fun experience with your kids this holiday season! Discover interesting facts, traditions, and more about Christmas in France.
And you don’t have to feel like you’re just adding one more thing to your already busy holiday season! Find out how our Christmas Fun Around the World plans and activities can help you enjoy learning about a French Christmas (and how other countries celebrate)!
Easily Enhance Holiday Learning Fun with Christmas in France
How do you make the holidays special with your kids?
Last year, my boys and I had a blast learning about Christmas Around the World! And we plan on continuing the holiday learning fun 🙂
In previous years, I had wanted to include these types of Christmas homeschool fun activities into our holiday season but failed to plan and prep for it.
Finally, I got my act together and was determined to enjoy learning about how different countries and cultures celebrate Christmastime. Our plans and activities were fantastic ways to spend special time together during the busy holiday season AND boost our learning fun!
One of the best parts of our Christmas Fun Around the World studies is learning about not just Christmas Day but the celebrations of the season. For example, the boys and I were fascinated to learn about how St. Nicholas Day is celebrated in France (compared to other countries).
Oh, and the French Christmas tradition of a Galette des Rois for Epiphany (Fête des Rois)!
The boys and I all agree that our favorite part is learning and about trying traditional holiday foods from each country. We love reading about the types of foods, their preparation, and how they’re enjoyed. My boys were shocked to discover that oysters are part of a French Christmas!
Recommended Resources to Learn About a French Christmas
The boys and I found fabulous resources at our local library to learn about Christmas in France. We supplemented our studies with information from the France page on Why Christmas.
Here are some of the books that we used in our study plus a few other titles that we hope to add very soon 🙂
Christmas in France (First Facts: Christmas around the World)A Very French Christmas: The Greatest French Holiday Stories of All Time (Very Christmas)Christmas in France (Christmas Around the World)Christmas in FranceThe Family Under the BridgeChristmas Around the WorldBabar and Father ChristmasBabar and Father Christmas (Babar Series)
It would be so awesome if you would share the resources that you find and use with your kids to learn about Christmas in France in the comments area below!
Enjoy Christmas Fun in France with Your Kids
To make the most of this special time with your kids, use simple plans and activities. You don’t need to do a lot to enjoy learning about Christmas in France 😉
Our Christmas Fun in France plans and activities give ideas on how to use the suggested resources and activities to learn about a French Christmas, without feeling stressed or like you’re adding one more thing to your overflowing holiday plate.
As a mom of busy five boys, I know how holiday stress feels suffocating! You need easy and stress-free.
To make sure your Christmas Around the World Fun is enjoyable and practical, I used these plans and activities last year with my boys (ages 5-16). After tweaking a bit, I’m super excited to share these learning fun sets with you 🙂
The Christmas Fun in France plans and activities include:
- Fun Facts about Christmas in France
- Learn and practice a French Christmas Greeting
- Select links to French Christmas music videos for you to listen to with your kids
- Easy yet fun craft that your kids will love
- French Holiday Food Facts (and suggestions for enjoying a French holiday treat!)
- One page with colorful images of traditional French Holiday Food
- 6 coloring pages (with 2 images per page for a total of 12 half-pages) to create a special Christmas in France keepsake book
Interested in enjoying more easy holiday learning fun with your kids?
The Christmas Fun Around the World Bundle is just $12. Yup, get 50% off! Hey, if you can’t get to all the countries this year, you’ll have plenty of Christmas learning fun activities to look forward to next year!
I’d absolutely love it if you’d tag @rockyourhomeschool with pictures of how you’re using your Christmas Fun Around the World activities with your kids 🙂 Oh, and please let me know if it’s okay to reshare!