Idiom of the Day
let out (something) or let (something) out
to allow something to be known, to tell something
The company let out the details of the restructuring plan yesterday but we have not had time to talk about them yet.
Exchanging Christmas Gifts
Christmas Carols Exchange
Write the first lines of Christmas carols and place in a bag. Place the remaining part of the song on each gift as guests arrive. When it is time to exchange, each guest pulls out a line of the carol and must match it up to the gift that has the rest of the song. They must sing the song before opening the gift.