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Christmas, book signings, and a cheap Santa suit

Prettige Kerstfeest (Merry Christmas)! Another way to say Merry Christmas in Dutch is Vrolijk Kerstfeest. Sinterklaas activities, crafts, rhymes and free coloring pages and more

Another way to say Merry Christmas in Dutch is Vrolijk Kerstfeest. Sinterklaas activities, crafts, rhymes and free coloring pages and

Dutch children in Holland, or the Netherlands, anxiously look forward to St. Nicholas Day on December 6. They eagerly await the arrival of Sinterklaas. Sinterklaas is a kindly bishop. He wears red robes and a tall, pointed mitre on his head.

Dutch children in Holland, or the Netherlands, anxiously look forward to St. Nicholas Day on December They eagerly await the arrival of Sinterklaas. Sinterklaas is a kindly bishop. He wears red robes and a tall, pointed mitre on his head.

TLC Family "Christmas Traditions in Holland"

Christmas Traditions Around the World

Christmas Traditions in Holland - The kindly bishop 'Sinterklaas' is an important part of Christmas in Holland. Learn about 'Sinterklaas' and other Christmas traditions in Holland.

Christmas in The Netherlands with traditions, Dutch Sinterklaas, and 2 Christmas cookie recipes.

Christmas in the Netherlands: Sinterklaas + 2 Christmas Cookie Recipes

Netherlands- Sinterklaas is St. Nicholas in the Netherlands. Dutch children put wooden shoes filled with hay and sugar for Sinterklaas' horse. Good children receive shoes full of sweet treats as a child we would sing to Sinterklaas.

Speculoos - Dutch Windmill Cookies - a traditional stamped cinnamon and spice filled cookie from the Netherlands and Belgium - Speculaas - Make holiday cookies from around the world this Christmas

Speculoos

Speculoos - Dutch Windmill Cookies - a traditional stamped cinnamon and spice filled cookie from the Netherlands and Belgium - Speculaas - Make holiday cookies from around the world this Christmas(Half Baking Cookies)

Wooden Shoes Filled With Candy In Holland december 5th is Saint Nicolas (Sinterklaas) day and an occasion for gift-giving. Sinterklaas is the one who gives the presents.

Netherlands - Wooden Shoes Filled With Candy and fruit. Also filled with oranges and chocolates. (the German Version)

Dutch Candy : We used to get candy like this in goodie bags after the Sunday School Christmas program.

Dutch Candy ~ My Grandmother used to always keep this hard candy in a pretty candy dish, I know she was only trying to taunt her Grandchildren ~

Holland Fact Card for your Girl Scout World Thinking Day or International celebration. Free printable available at MakingFriends.com. Fits perfectly in the World Thinking Passport, also available at MakingFriends.com

MakingFriends Facts about Holland Printable Thinking Day fact card for our passports. Perfect if you chose Holland for your Girl Scout Thinking Day or International Night celebration.

Christmas Around the World, Christmas Traditions and Celebrations in Different Countries and Cultures -- whychristmas?com

Merry or Happy Christmas In Different Languages -- Christmas Customs and Traditions -- whychristmas?

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