Day 13: Christmas Alphabet

I found this alphabet and I thought it could be fun to post it here.

You can ask your students to write another one or to adapt it.

Resultat d'imatges de xmas alphabet

Tree Bar

A

is for Angels and Advent, the time we prepare for Christmas, the birth of Jesus whose birth was announced by Angels.

B

is for bells that ring so sweetly this time of year.

C

is for carols sung over and over to warm our hearts.

D

is for decorations making the season bright.

E

is for Emmanuel, which means “God with us”

F

is for family and friends we hold so dear.

G

is for gifts – from each other and from our Heavenly Father.

H

is for Hallelujah! as the angels sing.

I

is for ‘inside’ of my heart – that my heart might be ready to celebrate the birth of Jesus.

J

is for joy – in Jesus, Others and Yourselves

K

is for King, our King is Jesus our Savior born on Christmas day.

L

is for lasting love- born at Christmas time.

M

is for music and singing with joyful hearts.

N

is for Noel, born is the king of Israel.

O

is for ornaments which adorn our trees in gay apparel.

P

is for poinsettia, a star shaped flower which blooms in December.

Q

is for quiet, as the birth of Jesus was.

R

is for riches and blessings we receive and share with others.

S

is for star which guided the wise men to Jesus at his birth.

T

is for tree – a Christmas tree of course.  A tree points to God above and presents are placed around the tree as symbols of riches given to us from God.

U

is for unending as the love of our Heavenly Father is for us.

V

is for vigil – as we watch and wait for our Savior to be born.

W

is for Wreath – never ending as is Christ’s love for us.

X

is for XP – Chi Rho, the Greek abbreviation for Christ whose birth we celebrate.

Y

is for Yule or yuletide, another word for Christmas.

Z

is for Zeal, the zeal of the Lord of Hosts who brought us the birth of Jesus.

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