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    hi OUT THERE;
    Could somebody please direct me to a nice pile of XMas wordfinds,mazes,most of all puzzles hidden out there somewhere on the NET.
    My eleven-year-old students(level: elementary) have been breathing down my neck ever since we lit the first candle not to forget to print out a bunch for each of them which they'll gladly do in the winter break.
    I have to confess that I'm a bitt worn out with all the correcting and grading and somehow can't muster the energy to make them myself ....please...maybe Santa left some lying around last year ?
    thanks.

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    Here are some to start you off:

    Christmas word puzzles for kids - games, crafts, holiday activities - Kaboose.com
    Word Find Puzzle - Christmas
    Christmas Puzzles

    A search on "Christmas word find" should lead you to many more.

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    Have you seen the material on this site? It's quite nice.

    Christmas Resources for Primary Teachers

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    Thank you so much for going to all that trouble of looking for those sites/links for me.It really helped not to have to do every little thing from scratch myself.
    Still,there remains one last question concerning all that XMas splendour.

    "If you hand in your XMas booklet before January 19th , 2008,
    you are entitled to ONE VOUCHER that will save you all the work of copying/writing the words and phrases of ONE UNIT."
    Would any native speaker word this "gentle persuasion" like this?
    Thank you so much.

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