- Annie's Boxing Day Page
Overview of Boxing Day, the December 26th holiday celebrated in Britain, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. Includes history and biblical quotations.
- Ask Yahoo!: What is Boxing Day?
- Boxing Day in England
Overview of the British tradition of Boxing Day, held the day after Christmas. Discusses the holiday's origins as a time for post-Christmas charity, as well as modern English traditions such as Boxing Day fox hunts.
- CanadaInfo: Boxing Day
Short description of Boxing Day, held in Canada on December 26th. Discusses the holiday's origins as a time for charitable giving, and how it is celebrated in Commonwealth countries today.
- eHow: How to Celebrate Boxing Day
Step-by-step guide to celebrating Boxing Day with tips, warnings, and a checklist of things you'll need for the holiday.
- Elaine's Boxing Day Page
Dedicated to Boxing Day, the charitable holiday celebrated in Britain, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada on December 26. Includes information about Boxing Day history and traditions.
- Fact Monster: Boxing Day
History and facts about Boxing Day, the traditional English holiday dedicated to charity. Discusses how the holiday may have begun, how it is celebrated today, and what it has to do with the Feast of St. Stephen, held on the same day.
- Lesson Plan: Help Others on Boxing Day
Help your students learn about Boxing Day, the December 26 holiday that was originally dedicated to charity and volunteering. Includes activities and materials for grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12 students.
- Snopes.com: Boxing Day
Debunking the myth that Boxing Day, the December 26th holiday, has anything to do with empty boxes. Learn about the history and traditions of this British holiday, once celebrated by giving gifts to the poor and needy.
- Wikipedia: Boxing Day
Overview of Boxing Day, a holiday observed in Britain and Commonwealth countries on December 26. Covers the controversy over the holiday's origins and how it is observed around the world.
- World Wide Words: Boxing Day
Tracing the origin of the term Boxing Day, the present-day name for the British holiday held on December 26. Discusses what a 17th-century Christmas box was, and how box became a verb. With quotes from the Oxford English Dictionary.