In Australia, reindeer don’t fly Santa’s sleigh. Instead, he has six white boomers, or kangaroos. How about teaching your kids the song Six White Boomers? You can grab a free printable of the song lyrics by clicking HERE.
Students would love making these Australian aboriginal art ornaments from Mrs. Ds Corner. They just use paint, Q Tips and solid colored ornaments!
It would be so fun to serve pavlova, which is a traditional dessert in Australia. This pavlova recipe from One Perfect Day looks yummy!
Kids in Australia love fairy bread and I bet your students will too! I mean look at all of those sprinkles! Check out THIS simple recipe for fairy bread. Seriously, it is just bread, butter and sprinkles! Make it a party activity by letting the kids make their own.
It would be so much fun to have your students take off their shoes and place them outside the classroom door. Then have a volunteer or coworker, fill them with fruit and small candies!
This Eiffel Tower craft from Tiny Little Bites would be a great craft in the classroom! And straws are so cheap!
It would be delicious to have a traditional yule log or Buche de Noel cake! This recipe from Easy French Food sounds pretty simple.
To make the cake even more simple, and turn it into a party activity- I had my kiddos frost a Twinkie! They were in their glory!
Germany might be my favorite because you can do so much with Christmas trees, candy canes and gingerbread!
These Christmas tree grahams from Kasey Trenum are adorable and super simple! Kids could make their own! It is an activity and a treat!
These Christmas tree STEM projects from Left Brain Craft Brain look like a blast. I especially like the gumdrop tree!
Wouldn’t it be fun to do a science experiment at your party? The kids would love it! Check out this candy cane experiment from The Brown Bag Teacher.
I highly recommend making these candy cane ornaments from Teacher’s Pet. They are super simple and perfect for a party station.