|By the time you read this, Xmas will not be far. You might decide that this year you may wish to try your hand at making some of your own decorations. Try this site www.demon.co.uk/andys/xd.html and use the cut-outs provided by Andy. He also provides 101 Xmas gift ideas and 101 New Years resolutions. That is just in case you do not know what you should avoid doing.|
|Enter Santas Net, literally www.santas.net/ The Australians probably know more about Santa of the North Pole because they miss the snow at Xmas. The site is quite interesting and it offers information about the different Xmas traditions, the different customs adopted in different countries, recipes, etc. Do you know what they do at Xmas in Japan? Find out, you might even get a giggle|
|www.gracenote.com/index.html, try this for a music site.|
It is described as the largest music database and you can search for your favourite pieces by artists, by album or by song. The list of the digital Top 10 is quite interesting. Mp3 recognition has recently been added to bring your tour info, fan-sites, charts and more right into your player. Can Chocolate out-muscle Marshall Mathers LP?
|You probably know already about mp3.com but I thought Id mention|
www.artists.mp3.com/artists/71/an_mp3_christmas.html - That is just in case you want to view the Christmas Station. There you will find great music, C electronic greeting Cards and other cool holiday stuff. If you like the music, you can buy the MP3.com. Perhaps you should involve your parents on this one, they might even like it more than you. Do you know what a Christmas compilation CD is?.
|www.northpole4kids.com, is a genuinely very attractive and interesting non-profit making site for children of all ages. Lots and lots of entertaining topics. Download shockwave to play games, like delivering presents by helicopter. See Santa live on Video and listen to what he says. The Xmas music box offers many Xmas songs and Carols, quite quick to download. Choose and listen to stories. Visit Mrs Claus Home Page. Watch the countdown to Xmas by the day, hour, minute and second. There is so much to do here that it will keep, children and parents alike, busy for many hours.|