1. It's the North Pole, so it must have something to do with Christmas(rumour has it that's where Santa Claus lives). Visit Santa's Workshop, take part in a Christmas story, play games, and visit the toy shop.
How Christmas Works
2. Good questions:Let's say that on December 20 you were to meet a friendly space alien. That is, let's say that his space ship discreetly drops him off in your back yard while you are looking out your window. You walk outside to meet the visitor, and you find out he's a pretty nice guy. His name is Gorg, he is wearing a costume that makes him look passably human, he speaks reasonable English, and he explains that his goal is to spend a week on the planet to learn about its people. He asks if you would consider being his guide for the week, and you decide to take on the job. So you take Gorg around and start showing him your town. Since it is December 20, one thing is for sure -- Gorg is going to ask about Christmas. And he is going to ask a LOT of questions, because Christmas is a pretty complicated. What do you say?
Kids Domain Christmas
3. Education and games all about Christmas, plus recipes and
4. You'd expect a site called "Merry Christmas" to be fun, and here are
more games, MP3s of Christmas carols (like the well-known "Bring A Torch, Jeanette Isabella"), recipes, films, stories and traditions.
5. A great big red page of stories, Christmas computer wallpaper, games, and more. All in a long line.
Christmas Around the World
6. Santa's Net has brought together information about how different nations traditionally celebrate Christmas, plus how they say "Merry Christmas".
All Recipes Christmas
7. Here you'll find recipes for chocolate chip pumpkin bread, baked ham and other meats, gingerbread, biscuits, chocolate, and more. My stomach's rumbling just looking at the page...
8. How to make a paper bag reindeer puppet, paper plate angel, stars, handprint wreath, snowman, tree, or even polyhedra ornaments! Plenty of craft activities for smaller hands.
A Victorian Christmas
9. Lots of stories and information about how the Victorians celebrated
Christmas, including decorations, entertainment, cards, gifts, and crafts. Loads and loads of information here.
Ugly Christmas Lights
10. And one thrown in to make you laugh. "This site is here to show those houses where the residents are likely celebrating a happy holiday,
but have no sense of decency in how they choose to celebrate. We will show the garish, the ugly, the weird. For your own sake, and the sake of your neighbours, do not try this at home."