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100

This item brings Frosty the Snowman to life. 

What is an old silk hat?

100

People traditionally put this on top of their Christmas tree. 

What is an "Angel"?

100

In A Christmas Story, Ralphie is told this when he says what he wants for Christmas.

What is "You'll shoot your eye out!"

100

This popular Christmas beverage is white and is also called “milk punch”. 

What is "Eggnog"?

100

This fairy tale served as an inspiration for the first gingerbread houses.

Who is "Hansel and Gretel"?

100

Made famous in 1983 by Ralphie in “A Christmas Story,” this toy was on every boy’s Christmas list that year.

What is a "Red Ryder BB Gun"?

200

In “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer,” Grandma had been drinking too much of this festive holiday beverage.

What is Eggnog?

200

Children typically get this in their stockings if they’re on the Naughty List. 

What is a lump of coal?

200

Miracle on 34th Street is based on this real-life department store.

What is "Macys"? 

200

This cookie is used to build small houses decorated with frosting and candy. 

What is "Gingerbread"?

200

This Christmas decoration was originally made from extruded strands of silver, and was used for adorning sculptures rather than Christmas trees. 

What is "Tinsel"?

200

This toy first hit store shelves in 1959 and was at the top of most little girls’ Christmas list that year. Most recently this toy has gained popularity again because of the movie released in theaters this year.  


What is "Barbie"?

300

In the “Twelve Days of Christmas” this gift is given on the 9th day.

What is "Ladies Dancing"?

300

In America, it's tradition for children to set this out for Santa on Christmas Eve.  



What is "Milk and Cookies"?

300

In Home Alone, the McCallister family is heading to this city to spend Christmas when they leave Kevin behind.

What is "Paris"?

300

This is the most popular Christmas cookie in the U.S. 

What is "Sugar Cookie"? 

300

Before Christmas lights, people used these to light up their Christmas trees.

What is "candles"?

300

These tiny collectible toys were the most popular toy for Christmas in 1968 and are still a popular item today. Each one being a scale representation of various makes and models.

What are "Hot Wheels"?

400

The Carolers in "We wish you a Merry Christmas" won't go until they get this.

What is Figgy Pudding?

400

This fruit is traditionally placed inside Christmas Stockings to represent a gift of Gold from Saint Nicholas.

What is an "Orange or Clementine"?

400

In A Charlie Brown Christmas, this Christmas carol is sung by the whole Peanuts gang at the end of the movie. 

What is "Hark the Herald Angels Sing"?

400

This hot drink is the most popular drink at Christmas time.


What is "Hot Cocoa"?

400

This ballet premiered in Saint Petersburg, Russia in 1892, and is centered on a family's Christmas Eve celebration. 

What is the "Nutcracker"?

400

This popular toy character that laughed when it was squeezed was the most sought-after toy in December 1996 with people willing to pay anything to get their hands on one.

What is "Tickle Me Elmo"?

500

This song was the biggest hit of Bing Crosby’s career.

What is "White Christmas"

500

In the U.S., over 2 billion of these are sent each year at Christmas time.

What is Christmas Cards?

500

Bernard, the head elf in The Santa Claus, gives this magical gift to Charlie.

What is "a snow globe"?

500

This much-reviled Christmas dessert is known for its long shelf life.


What is "Fruitcake"?

500

Name Santa's original eight reindeer. 

Who is "Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen"?

500

This toy was the must have Christmas toy in 1952, and encouraged kids to play with their food with assorted funny plastic parts that would plug into it.



What is "Mr. Potato Head"?

600

This popular Christmas carol also moonlights as a lullaby.

What is "Away in a Manger"?

600

This holiday tradition begins on Dec. 1st and is used to count down the days leading up to Christmas.

What is "an Advent Calendar"?

600

Instead of cash, Clark Griswold's boss gives him this as a Christmas bonus.

What is "A free year’s membership to the Jelly of the month Club"?

600

According to legend, these holiday goodies are shaped to resemble a shepherd’s staff.

What are "Candy Canes"?

600

This popular plant is native to Mexico and commonly used in Christmas displays. 

What is a "Poinsettia"?

600

This challenging toy was introduced to the U.S. in 1980 and immediately became one of the most popular toys of the decade.

What is a "Rubiks Cube"?

700

This is the most covered Christmas song of all time.

What is "Silent Night"?

700

The night before Christmas it's hung on the tree, and in the morning when you arise the first to find it gets a surprise.


What is a Christmas Pickle?

700

This is the full name of George Bailey's guardian angel in It's A Wonderful Life. 


Who is "Clarence Odbody"? 

700

This drink brand popularized the image of Santa as we know it.



What is "Coca Cola"?

700

In the song "You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch" these three words are used to describe the Grinch. 

What is "Stink, Stank, Stunk!"

700

These collectable stuffed animal plush toys were the most popular toy of the 1995 holiday season. Each one had their own name and birthdate. 


What are "Beanie Babies"?



800

This catchy 1994 Christmas tune is the best-selling Christmas single ever recorded by a female artist.

What is “All I Want for Christmas is You”?

800

This traditional Christmas decoration is a parasitic plant.

What is Mistletoe?

800

In 2018, this became the best-selling Christmas movie of all time.

What is "The Grinch"?

800

This is the most popular Christmas fruit worldwide.

What are "Cranberries"?

800

This is the average growing time for a Christmas tree.

What is "7 years"?

800

This original on the go 8-bit handheld game console supported interchangeable cartridges and was the most popular Christmas toy in 1989.

What is a "Gameboy"?

900

This was the first Christmas carol broadcasted from space. 


What is "Jingle Bells"?

900

In what century did the tradition of Christmas Cookies begin?

What is the "16th century"?

900

How many ghosts visit Scrooge in A Christmas Carol? AND who are they?

What is "4"? 

The ghost of his former business partner, Jacob Marley, and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future (Yet to come). 

900

In Japan, it's tradition to have this for Christmas Dinner.

What is "KFC"?

900

According to the movie Elf, these are an elves four main food groups. 

Candy, Candy Canes, Candy Corn and Syrup.

900

This adorable toy became the hottest toy of 1983 with 3 million sold by New Year’s Day in 1984. The craziness behind getting this toy inspired the 1996 holiday movie “Jingle All the Way".

What are "Cabbage Patch Kids"?

1000

How many gifts total did the singer receive in “12 days of Christmas?”


What is 364?

1000

This country started the tradition of putting up a Christmas tree.

Who is Germany?

1000

How many roles did Tom Hanks play in The Polar Express?

What is "six"?

1000

This beverage is often referred to as "Christmas Ale" in many parts of the world. 

What is "Mulled Wine"?

1000

Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer started off as a marketing gimmick for this department store.

What is "Montgomery Ward"? 

1000

This toy originated in Denmark in 1932 and became the most popular Christmas toy in the 1940’s. Nearly 80 years later, it’s still as popular as ever with children and adults alike.

What are "Legos"?

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