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Starlight Garland

Cut 24 stars out of colored paper. Each day leading up to Christmas, do something for your family members that shows you love them. You could give your dad a hug, help your sister pick up her toys, or sing your grandpa a song. Make a garland out of the paper stars by adding a star each day with glue or tape. Hang the garland in your room. As your garland grows, you will see how your light shines!

Journal Junction

Take some time this month to read 3 Nephi 1:10–21. Then write in your journal about what our Savior, Jesus Christ, means to you.

Merry Christmas

Below are ways to say “Merry Christmas” in different languages. See if you can match each language to the place where it is spoken. (Find the answers at the bottom of the page.)

  1. 1.

    Frohliche Weihnachten

  2. 2.

    Mele Kalikimaka

  3. 3.

    Buon Natale

  4. 4.

    Nadolig Llawen

  5. 5.

    Chuc Mung Giang Sinh

  • A.

    Italy

  • B.

    Wales

  • C.

    Vietnam

  • D.

    Germany

  • E.

    Hawaii

Online Survey Results

On a Friend Web site survey we asked you where you would rather spend Christmas: at home or on vacation. There were 1,130 people who responded! Wherever you spend Christmas this year, remember to think about Jesus Christ and the wonderful miracle of His birth.

At Home

79%

On Vacation

21%

Apple Wreaths

With an adult’s help, core an apple. Then turn the apple on its side and cut slices so you have wreath shapes with a hole in the middle. Spread peanut butter or cream cheese on each slice, then sprinkle on toppings. They could be raisins, chocolate chips, or even your favorite cereal. Then enjoy your tasty holiday snack!

Journal Junction art by Jerry Thompson, © IRI; illustrations by Mark Robison; holly Leaves © Getty Images; ornament and recipe photos by Cody Bell

Answers: 1) D, 2) E, 3) A, 4) B, 5) C.