It's easy for kids (and adults) to get caught up in the commercialism of the holidays, especially when they're constantly exposed to media that tells them to buy, buy, buy. Although it can be hard to compete with these messages, it's possible to teach kids that the holidays are about more than getting gifts, and that it truly is better to give than to receive.
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