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QUESTIONS

  1. Which famous Christmas song begins with the lyrics, 'You better watch out, You better not cry'?
  2. True or false: There are three towns/cities in the United States named Santa Claus?
  3. The lyrics, 'Holidays are coming, Holidays are coming', feature in Christmas adverts for which famous drinks company?
  4. In which country is Father Christmas known as Weihnachtsmann?
  5. On what night does the Christmas season come to an end:
    a) Fifth Night, b) Eighth Night, c) Twelfth Night?
  6. Which popular Christmas movie is about a young boy who takes a train ride to the North Pole?
  7. Can you unscramble the following word to reveal an ice crystal with 6 points: SWNOLKAEF?
  8. True or false: There are two calling birds in the 12 Days of Christmas song?
  9. How did Mary travel to Bethlehem to give birth to baby Jesus a) Car, b) Donkey, c) Bicycle?
  10. Which reindeer is said to be the most famous reindeer of all?
  1. In which country does Christmas Day occur first: New Zealand or Canada?
  2. What is the name of the snowman in the Disney movie Frozen?
  3. What Christmas product was invented by a London sweet maker named Tom Smith?
  4. Can you unscramble the following letters to reveal a word than means Christmas: ELNO?
  5. True or false: There are four Sundays in Advent?
  6. Santa has nine reindeer, can you name them all?
  7. What gifts did the three kings take to baby Jesus?
  8. On Christmas Day, what would you find a joke inside of?
  9. Which meat do we traditionally eat with Christmas dinner?
  10. What type of pie is typically left out for Santa on Christmas Eve?
  11. What two things do we traditionally give to our friends and families at Christmas?
  12. What type of creatures are Santa's helpers?
  13. How many doors would you open on an advent calendar before Christmas Day arrives?
  14. How many lords are leaping in 'The Twelve Days of Christmas' song?
  15. What colour is the Snowman's scarf and hat in the Children's picture book 'The Snowman'?
  16. Can you unscramble the following word to reveal a type of Christmas tree decoration: BUALEB?
  17. What is the name of Kristoff's reindeer in the Disney movie 'Frozen'?
  18. In the famous Christmas song, what type of plant was Mummy kissing Santa Claus under?
  19. What is the main colour of Santa's sleigh?
  20. What four letter word, beginning with the letter X, is an abbreviation of the word 'Christmas’?
  21. How many different types of birds are mentioned in the 'Twelve Days of Christmas' song?
  22. Which popular Christmas carol begins with the lyrics, 'Oh the weather outside is frightful but the fire is so delightful...'?
  23. What type of cake, beginning with the letter P, is traditionally eaten in Italy at Christmastime?
  24. What date is Boxing Day, also known as Saint Stephen's Day, celebrated?
  25. According to the fabulous Christmas song, what color is Rudolph's nose?
  26. Can you unscramble the following word to reveal an item that you might place on top of a Christmas tree: IYRAF?
  27. How does Santa enter your house on Christmas Eve?
  28. What form of transport does Santa use to deliver presents across the world?
  29. According to the song, when Santa got stuck up the chimney what did he begin to shout?
  30. Where does Santa live?
  31. In the Children's story 'The Snowman', who gives a scarf to a young boy?
  32. True or false: In Japan, millions of people eat KFC for their main Christmas meal?
  33. What are the names of the two burglars in the movie 'Home Alone'?
  34. Holly is a popular Christmas plant but do you know whether or not holly berries are poisonous?
  35. What colour is Santa's belt?
  36. What guided the Three Wise Men to the birthplace of Jesus?
  37. Santa Claus is also known as Saint who?
  38. What are the two main colors of Christmas?
  39. What type of play, beginning with the letter 'N', is performed by children at Christmastime?
  40. What date is New Year's Eve?
  41. What two words are missing from the following famous Christmas song lyrics 'I'm Dreaming of a .... ....'?
  42. What was Scrooge's first name?
  43. What type of bird, beginning with the letter R, often appears on Christmas cards?
  44. True or false: Christmas Day occurs on the same day every year?
  45. What was the first name of Jesus's mother?
  46. Can you unscramble the following letters to reveal a type of sweet that resembles a walking stick: DANCY ECAN?
  47. What is the last line of the famous 'Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer' song?
  48. What country is Lapland located in?
  49. 'Feliz Navidad' means Happy Christmas in which language?
  50. True or false: As a family tradition in Sweden, millions of people settle down on Christmas Eve to watch Donald Duck?
ANSWERS
  1. Santa Claus is coming to town
  2. True: Santa Claus in Georgia, Indiana and Arizona!
  3. Coca Cola
  4. Germany
  5. c) Twelfth Night
  6. The Polar Express
  7. Snowflake
  8. False: There are four calling birds
  9. b) Donkey
  10. Rudolph
  1. New Zealand
  2. Olaf
  3. Christmas cracker
  4. Noel
  5. True
  6. Rudolph, Prancer, Dancer, Donner, Blitzen, Dasher, Vixen, Commet and Cupid
  7. Frankincense, Gold and Myrrh
  8. A Christmas Cracker
  9. Turkey
  10. Mince pie
  11. Cards and presents
  12. Elves
  13. Twenty-four (24)
  14. Ten (10)
  15. Green
  16. Bauble
  17. Sven
  18. Mistletoe
  19. Red
  20. Xmas
  21. 6 types of birds: Partridge, Turtle Doves, French Hens, Calling Birds, Geese, Swans
  22. Let It Snow
  23. Panettone
  24. 26th December
  25. Red
  26. Fairy
  27. Down the chimney
  28. A sleigh
  29. You boys and girls won't get any toys if you don't pull me out
  30. The North Pole
  31. Father Christmas
  32. True
  33. Harry and Marv
  34. Yes, holly berries are poisonous to humans and pets
  35. Black
  36. The Star of Bethlehem
  37. Saint Nicholas
  38. Green and red
  39. Nativity
  40. 31st December
  41. White Christmas
  42. Ebenezer
  43. Robin
  44. False: Christmas Day occurs on the same date, but not the same day, every year
  45. Mary
  46. Candy Cane
  47. You'll go down in history
  48. Finland
  49. Spanish
  50. True