With these fun Christmas resources, students can learn about traditional Christmas foods from around the world. They can build a notebook about 76 Christmas foods around the world and sharpen their art and drawing skills with Draw & Explore. See a preview of each title at the links below.
Draw and Explore Social Studies: Christmas Foods Around the World: The Draw and Explore Social Studies series is a great way to combine art and social studies. A short description of ten different foods associated with Christmas celebrations is given. Each is followed by an image of the food or meal on a grid. Next, students can do one or all of the assignments that follow. They can draw half of the image in a grid that shows the left half of the picture, half of the image in a grid that shows the right half of the picture, or the entire image on an empty grid. This makes the unit completely flexible for both left-handed and right-handed students. Ten review questions and an answer key are also included. Foods included are bûche de Noël, chapattis and nyama choma, Christmas cake, kahk, puto bumbóng, kutya, rabanada, roast turkey and vegetables, stollen, and Three Kings Cake. 31 pages total.
Christmas Foods Around the World Notebooking Journal: With the Christmas Foods Around the World Notebooking Journal, students have a chance to discover 76 traditional Christmas foods from at least twenty different countries. They can research and record key information about each type of food and record what country/countries include it in their Christmas celebrations, how it is a part of Christmas, how it is made and its main ingredients, and if it’s served along with other traditional Christmas foods. Foods from Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, England, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Spain, and Sweden are included, and some of the foods are enjoyed in additional countries as well. An image of each type of food is also included. 79 pages total.