Key Stage 1 Puzzle Of The Day

The shepherds look after sheep and goats. They have 24 animals altogether, and there are twice as many sheep as goats.

How many sheep have these shepherds got? How many goats?

Some other shepherds also have 24 animals. Three-quarters of the animals are sheep.

How many sheep have these shepherds got? How many goats?

Key Stage 2 Puzzle Of The Day

Unscramble the Christmas words, and use the letters with numbers underneath to create a new word in the box below!

Christmas Fact Of The Day

Unusual Christmas Traditions: Number 10. In Slovakia, at the beginning of Christmas Eve dinner, the head of the family takes a spoon of Loksa (a traditional Christmas dish made from bread, poppy seeds and water) and throws it up at the ceiling. The more mixture that remains glued on the ceiling, the better the crops will be the following year.

Christmas Song Of The Day

Christmas Joke Of The Day

What do you call a snowman in the summer?

A puddle!

The Christmas Story: Day 24

Mary never forgot Simeon and Anna, the shepherds and the wise men. She often thought about the wonderful things that happened when Jesus was born.

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