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Study the word list: Christmas adjectives

Describing words that can be used in a Christmas poster in the last week of term!

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Have a very merry Christmas. *
Happy Christmas to you! *
Have a jolly Christmas day! *
Have a peaceful Christmas. *
We hope the children have wonderful behaviour at Christmas! *
Christmas is magical because of all the lights! *
The children were excitable because they received a puppy at Christmas. *
I'm dreaming of a white Christmas. *
The chef cooked a fantastic meal.
Have a fantastical day! *
The presents at Christmas were fancy. *
The best people have a great Christmas day. *
The white trees from afar created a beautiful view. *
The shining stars at night made the sky look mystical. *
The food at Christmas was magnificent! *
The Christmas TV shows are remarkable because there are TV shows we don't normally see all the time. *
Christmas Day is a religious time all around the world. *
caroling American English spelling
Hope you enjoy caroling at Christmas! *

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