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Students at Riverside School are learning about December holidays. Brian, David, Josh, Kevin, Michelle, and Stephanie each volunteered to bring in items to represent a different holiday. The holidays included are Boxing Day, Christmas, Hanukkah, Hogmanay, Kwanzaa, and New Year's Eve.
1. Michelle learned about several holidays from her research. She found out that a Kinara is a candleholder used for Kwanzaa. She also learned that children celebrating Hogmanay in Scotland go house to house collecting special cakes. She brought in Hogmanay cakes.
2. Kevin helped the boy who brought Christmas stockings and lights hang them up.
3. David brought in candles and a candleholder.
4. Josh shared a dreidel and his family's Hanukkah menorah and candles with the class.
5. One of the girls brought in confetti for the New Year's celebration.
Make a list to show who is responsible for each holiday.
HintMake a chart and use the clues to eliminate the impossible combinations.
AnswerDavid brought the Kinara and candles for Kwanzaa.
Brian brought the lights and stockings for Christmas.
Josh brought the menorah, candles, and dreidel for Hannukah.
Michelle brought the cakes for Hogmanay.
Stephanie brought confetti for New Year's Eve.
Kevin brought used clothing to donate for Boxing Day.
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