Christmas Carols
Christmas Movies
Christmas Traditions
General Christmas
Christmas Food
100

In The Twelve Days of Christmas, lords a-leaping appear in this quantity.

10

100

This real-life department store served as the setting for the Christmas film “Miracle on 34th Street”.

Macy's

100

Popular drink only available around Christmas

Eggnog

100

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

Elf on a Shelf

100

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

Gingerbread

200

This piece of clothing brought Frosty the Snowman to life.

Old silk hat

200

This 2004 animated Christmas feature was an adaptation of an illustrated storybook by Chris Van Allsburg, the same author who created “Jumanji.”

The Polar Express

200

This popular Russian ballet about Christmas is called ____.

The Nutcracker

200

It consists of inexpensive foil now, but this glittery decoration started as strips of real silver.

Tinsel

200

One of the key flavors in eggnog is this aromatic spice, often sprinkled on top as a garnish.

Nutmeg

300

It may sound like a composition from the Middle Ages, but this classic Christmas hymn appeared in 1843 and made its debut in 1847.

O' Holy Night?

300

When the Grinch discovers the true meaning of Christmas, his heart grows this number of sizes.

Three

300

This tradition, now associated with Christmas, began in Ancient Greece as a blessing of fertility in wedding ceremonies.

Kissing under the mistletoe

300

This Christmas plant, popular for its bright red leaves, is native to Mexico and Central America.

Poinsettia

300

The smooth, candy-like hard frosting used to decorate sugar cookies goes by this regal name.

Royal Icing

400

This familiar sleighing song was the first Earth tune played in outer space.

Jingle Bells

400

In this cinematic holiday heart warmer, George Bailey receives a visit from an angel who helps him realize the importance of his own existence.

“It’s a Wonderful Life?”

400

How many days are on an advent calendar?

24

400

What are the color of berries on a mistletoe?

White

400

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

Candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup

500

In “A Holly, Jolly Christmas,” singer Burl Ives suggests that you say hello to these two classifications of people.

Folks you know and everyone you meet

500

In 1994’s “The Santa Clause,” Tim Allen’s character takes over as Santa after this accident kills the original Santa Clause

Falling off a roof

500

An old-fashioned garland used to decorate a Christmas tree was made of string, popcorn and what other item?

Cranberry

500

In which modern-day country was St. Nicholas born in?

Turkey

500

Who gets the first slice of roast beast?

Max

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