Christmas day Christmas is joyful religious holiday when Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.The Christmas story comes from the Bible.An angel appeared to shepherds and told them that a Savior had been born to Mary and Joseph in a stable in Bethlehem. Three wise men from the East followed a star which led them to the baby Jesus to whom they paid homage and presented gifts of gold.
Santa Claus For English children Christmas means Santa Claus. Here is an account of how this saint came to play such an important part in our festivities.
People began to celebrate Christmas many many years ago.They began to decorate the ever green tree and give presents to each other.They placed a large shining star at the top of the Christmas tree and many bright shinning balls from top to bottom.
Easter Easter is a festival that occurs on the first Sunday after the first full moon in spring. Easter marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring. People by new clothes to wear on Easter Sunday. There is a popular belief that wearing three new things at Easter will bring good luck in the year.
Easter is the religious holiday celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, the son of God. It is at the end of Lend during which children all over the world give up sweets and make other sacrifices in preparation for the highest festival of the church year.
Eggs Long ago some people believed that the earths appeared from a gigantic egg! On Easter Sunday families and friends exchange chocolate eggs. This custom dates back to ancient times when Egyptians and Persians used to paint eggs in bright colours to represent the sunlight of spring and give them to friends as a symbol of new life.