Christmas Jammytime

The story of Christmas began 2012 years ago when an angel named Gabriel visited a girl named Mary.  Today, we still tell that Christmas story, and over the years, we have added many others that help us learn about the meaning of Christmas, about the Love that came to earth that day in Bethlehem.

At ECS, our middle school students read stories to our younger students, helped them write letters to Santa, sang a carol, and shared some cookies and milk.  Christmas Jammytime has become a tradition.

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What is your favorite Christmas story, song, movie and cookie?  We are taking a tally.  Results by Thursday.

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6 thoughts on “Christmas Jammytime

  1. My favorite Christmas cookies are pink and white cookies; those are rectangle cookies that are half pink and white. My favorite song is heat miser and snow miser from the year without Santa. My favorite movie is as always elf. My favorite book is Christmas carol.

  2. Hey kids, My favorite Christmas story is how the Grinch stole Christmas. One of my favorite songs to sing with my family is rocken around the Christmas tree. My favorite movie would probably be the Christmas carol. The type of cookie that my family and I always eat on Christmas are penut butter and also sugar cookies.

  3. Hi Mrs.Donofrio! My favorite Christmas story is Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer. My favorite song is Jingle bells, movie is Elf, cookie is chocolate chip cookies.

  4. Hi Mrs. Donofrio,
    Christmas movie: Elf , it is so funny .
    Christmas cookie: is my family’s recipie of sugar cookies.
    Christmas story : The Night Before Christmas.
    Have a good holiday
    – Hannah

  5. Christmas movie: Elf.
    Christmas cookies:The chocolate chip cookies my family makes.
    Christmas Story: Rudolph the red nose reindeer.

    Merry Christmas!

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