Christmas in Norway

By Ky Glass

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Traditional Christmas Food in Norway

They eat birds and, roasted pork belly, boiled potatoes, Christmas sausages, meatballs, turkey and stuffing and Brussel sprouts, and stockfish.

Santa in Norway

Gifts are brought from Santa on Christmas Eve. Santa in Norway is called Julenissen.

Christmas Decorations

They have cranberries on their trees. Who has their own flag on the Christmas tree. They have cut out shapes of stuff like paper baskets.

How to say Merry Christmas in Norway

God jul or Gledelig jul.

Christmas Traditions in Norway

Kids dress up and sing. The kids dress up like people from the Christmas story. They have a feast on Christmas Eve.

How long does their Christmas celebration last?

They celebrate Christmas for five days.

Why do they celebrate Christmas?

So the love of the people's families get together and spend time with each other.

Is music part of the celebration ?

Yes,is part of the celebration because kids in Norway dress up and sings carols.

Does Norway leave cookies for their Santa?

Norway Children does leave cookies for Santa.

And milk.

Does Norway have snow on Christmas?

Norway does have snow on Christmas morning.

Does Norway exchange gifts?

Yes, they do exchange gifts on Christmas eve.

Do they play games on Christmas?

They have a game called Roros from a festival in Norway.

Does Norway set up a tree?

Norway does set up a Christmas tree. They decorate it with hearts.

Does Norway’s Santa comes down the chimney?

Yes, then Santa puts the presents by the Christmas tree, then eats the cookies, and drinks his milk

How to say Merry Christmas in Norway

God jul or Gledelig jul.

Work cited

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