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Jim Carrey's grumpy green gremlin lays siege to this town in the 2000 film "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."

What is Whoville?

100

This mythical winter sprite is nipping at your nose in "The Christmas Song."

Who is Jack Frost?

100

Edible houses with candy decorations are made from his traditional baked substance. 

What is gingerbread?

100

This magical household figure moves from room to room, helping Santa by making sure children are being good. 

What is the Elf on a Shelf?

100

There were no creatures stirring on the night before Christmas, not even one of these. 

What is a mouse?

200

In Germany, this frightening anti-Santa Claus with goat's hooves and horns punishes children who misbehave instead of bringing them gifts. 

Who (or what) is Krampus?

200

This piece of clothing brought Frosty the Snowman to life. 

What is his old silk hat?

200

These classic Christmas sweets begin as striped loaves before a machine pulls and twists it into thin, hook-shaped treats. 

What are candy canes?

200

Children leave this tasty treat for Santa on Christmas Eve. 

What are milk and cookies?

200

In the "Twelve Days of Christmas", The singer's true love gives them five of these shining pieces of jewelry on day five.

What are golden rings?

300

Will Ferrell played the oversized North Pole adoptee who sets off to find his father in this 2003 Christmas classic. 

What is "Elf"?

300

It is Hawaii's way to say, "Merry Christmas to you."

What is "Mele kalikimaka"?

300

These are the four major food groups for elves in the Christmas film "Elf."

What are candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup?

300

These two items traditionally appear at the tops of Christmas trees. 

What are stars and angels?

300

The other reindeer would not let Rudolph join in any of these activities?

What are reindeer games?

400

In 1994's "The Santa Clause," Tim Allen's character takes over as Santa after this accident kills the original Santa Clause.

What is falling off a roof?

400

This catch 1994 Christmas tune is the best-selling Christmas single ever recorded by a female artist, as well as being one of the highest-selling singles in music history. 

What is "All I Want for Christmas is You"?

400

In the song "We Wish You a Merry Christmas," the carolers say "now bring us some" of this dessert.

What is figgy pudding?

400

The wise men brought these three gifts for the baby Jesus, not the most useful items to give a newborn. 

What are gold, frankincense, and myrrh?

400

More than 1.5 billions of these travel through the U.S. Postal Service every year.

What are Christmas cards?

500

This "Home Alone" character fends off a pair of robbers by building slapstick traps in his house. 

Who is Kevin McAlister?

500

The lyrics to this timeless Christmas song describe a wintery ride in a one-horse open sleigh, but never once mention the word "Christmas."

What is "Jingle Bells"?

500

The dark fairy tale about a brother, a sister, and a witch they meet in the woods, was the inspiration for gingerbread houses?

What is Hansel and Gretel?

500
This type of calendar contains pockets filled with treats, one for each day of December through Christmas Day.

What is an advent calendar?

500

These three words are what best describe the Grinch, "and I quote."

What are stink, stank, and stunk?

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