Special Ways to Enjoy Learning About Christmas in Sweden for Kids
Want to enjoy learning about Christmas in Sweden with kids? Check out these amazing ideas and resources for easily making your celebration special.
Discover delightful facts and share marvelous moments over Swedish Christmas activities. These types of Christmas Fun Around the World plans and activities are wonderful ways to create holiday memories with your kids.
Swedish Christmas Activities & More to Boost Your Holiday Learning Fun
Sweden is such an awesome country to include in your Christmas Around the World studies. Rich traditions are fascinating to learn about and discuss.
Don’t be surprised when you’re learning right along with your kids about the similarities and differences between a Swedish Christmas and how your country celebrates.
One interesting activity that my boys and I learned about as we enjoyed our Christmas Fun Around the World plans and activities last year (and will use again this year!) is the traditional Swedish game of Kubb. This game is played with wooden blocks and looks like such fun!
And did you know that Donald Duck is watched in Sweden on Christmas Day at 3pm since 1959? Who knew?
Fabulous Resources for Learning About Christmas in Sweden
My boys and I love learning about how different countries around the world celebrate Christmas. We felt so lucky to find some amazing resources at our local library.
I encourage you to see if you can find Christmas in Sweden books, CDs, and movies at your local library (or do interlibrary loan!).
If you prefer to have resources to enjoy year after year (or can’t find any suitable Swedish Christmas resources at your library), check out these recommended resources:
Lucia Morning in SwedenChristmas in Sweden (Christmas around the World)Christmas in Noisy Village (Picture Puffin)The TomtenChristmas in Sweden (Christmas around the World)Christmas In SwedenSwedish Christmas Traditions: A Smörgåsbord of Scandinavian Recipes, Crafts, and Other Holiday Delights
Please share in the comments below what resources you find and use for Christmas Fun in Sweden with your kids!
Enjoy Christmas in Sweden Fun with Your Kids!
You can easily enjoy Christmas in Sweden Fun with your kids using simple plans and activities.
Our Christmas Fun Around the World provides you with ideas and information to learn about a Swedish Christmas, without feeling stressed or like you’re adding one more thing to your holiday plate 😉
I know the holidays can be super busy and you need as simple as possible. With five boys, I know what holiday stress feels like!
To make sure your Christmas Around the World Fun wasn’t overwhelming or impractical, I used these plans and activities last year with my boys (ages 5-16).
The Christmas Fun in Sweden plans and activities include:
- Fun Facts about Christmas in Sweden
- Learn a Swedish Christmas Greeting
- Select Swedish Christmas music links to videos for you to listen to with your kids
- Two fun options for craft activities
- Swedish Holiday Food Facts (and suggestions for enjoying a tasty Swedish holiday treat!)
- One page with colorful images of Swedish Holiday Food favorites
- One coloring page featuring a St. Lucia girl
- One coloring page featuring a St. Lucia boy
- 4 coloring pages (with 2 images per page for a total of 8 half-pages) to create a special Christmas in Sweden book
Click here to check out Christmas Fun in Sweden with your kids. This entire pack of plans and activities is only $3!
Interested in enjoying more easy holiday learning fun with your kids?
Grab our Christmas Fun Around the World bundle. Learn about fun Christmas traditions in 8 countries PLUS get a bonus suggested materials checklist to make your prep work even easier!
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!