Holidays Around the World - K-8 Grade - Girl with Adult or Troop - DEC 8
Have you ever been curious about winter holidays that are celebrated during the winter around the world? Learn about Hannukah, St. Lucia, Diwali, Christmas, and more! As we explore all about the different holidays we’ll make crafts, sweet treats, play games, and of course spend some time in the snow!
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