Christmas is indeed the most wonderful time of the year. Along with the Christmas stories, it’s also important to teach your child some Christmas vocabulary words that can help them get excited about the most awaited winter festival.
In this article, we have covered some basic Christmas words in English that you can teach your children. Let’s take a look at them.
List Of Christmas Words For Kids
Here are some words related to Christmas that you can teach your little one. These are common words related to Christmas that kids must know about. Learning these words will help them frame sentences using these words when talking about the winter festival. Let’s take a look at Christmas-related words.
|Christmas Tree||Ginger Bread||Snowman||Candy Cane|
|North Pole||Angel||Feast||Plum Cake|
Examples Of Words Related To Christmas Within Sentences
In this section, we have covered some words related to Christmas within sentences. After reading these sentences, your little one will get an idea about framing sentences using words related to Christmas.
- Children write letters to Santa Claus before Christmas, telling him about their wishes.
- The Christmas tree was decorated with colourful ornaments.
- Rohan and his sister are preparing gingerbread this year.
- December is the last month of the year.
- The presents were already placed under the tree.
- It’s snowing today!
- Children love the winter holidays.
- We bought silver and golden lights for decoration.
- Let’s make a snowman.
- Where should we hang this mistletoe?
Funny Christmas Words And Phrases For Children
Now that your little one knows a few words about Christmas, it’s time to teach them phrases and words associated with Christmas. We have mentioned a few X-Mas words and phrases for children below.
- Sweet cookies, sweet candy, lovely Christmas carols in the air, sweetly wrapped gifts, and, hmmm, what else? Oh yeah, dear you.
- I hope you love the present you told me to buy for you. Merry Christmas!
- This holiday season, let us treasure what is truly important in all our lives, the reason for the season: your cookies.
- Christmas is Claus for celebration!
- Home is where the Christmas cookies and presents are!
- But first, let me take an Elfie.
- “I love Christmas. I receive a lot of wonderful presents I can’t wait to exchange.” – Henny Youngman
- Be naughty, save Santa the trip.
- You didn’t need any gifts as you’ve already got me.
- Christmas is the time of year to send all my friends a card. Congratulations on remaining on that list.
Popular Christmas Words And Phrases
Here are some more popular and unique Christmas words and phrases that you can use.
|Tis the season to be jolly.||Joy to the world.|
|Love is the true spirit of Christmas.||Be merry and shine bright.|
|Keep calm and jingle all the way.||Believe in the magic of Christmas.|
|Christmas is coming.||All I want for Christmas is you.|
|Season’s Greetings.||Comfort and Joy.|
|Santa Claus is coming to town.||Home is where Christmas is.|
|Merry Christmas to all, and to all, a good night.||If you don’t believe it, you won’t receive it.|
|Have yourself a merry little Christmas.||Christmas isn’t a season, it’s a feeling.|
|It’s the most wonderful time of the year.||Sugar and spice make Christmas nice.|
|Fairy lights on winter nights.||‘Tis the season to sparkle.|
|May your presents be many and your troubles be few.||Sparkle and shine this Christmas.|
|I will drive home for miles to see my family’s Christmas smiles.||Walking in a winter wonderland.|
|Christmas magic is silent. You don’t hear it – you feel it. You don’t see it – you believe it.||Christmas is like hot chocolate; it’s sweet and makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.|
|From home to home, to one place and another, the Christmas spirit brings us closer to each other.||Ho Ho Ho!|
Infographics: Christmas Words
Wondering how to teach your child Christmas words from a-z? Here is a chart on Christmas words with pictures that will be helpful in teaching your child long and short Christmas words. Let’s take a look at the chart below:
We hope this article helped your little one with some words related to Christmas. Keep revising these words with your little one, and they’ll definitely learn a few by the festival time.