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100

This famous carol has the line: "A one-horse open sleigh".

What is Jingle Bells?

100

Name the soldier character used to mechanically open chestnuts.

What is a nutcracker?

100

In "A Christmas Carol", this was Scrooge's first name.

What is Ebenezer?

100

This animated 2004 film is about a train that carries kids to the North Pole on Christmas Eve.

What is the Polar Express?

100

Name the candy that is typically hung on the branches of Christmas trees.

What is candy canes?

200

Name what runs over grandma on Christmas Eve.

What is a reindeer?

200

Name of a 24-day calendar that is used to count the days before Christmas.

What is an advent calendar?

200

Name the one who once stole Christmas.

What is the Grinch?

200

Name the song in which the prettiest sight to see the holly that will be on your own front door.

What is It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas?

200

This plant is known as the Christmas Eve Flower.


What is the poinsettia?


300

Name the eight original reindeer from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.

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

300

Name the two items that are traditionally at the top of the Christmas tree.

What is an angel and a star?

300

According to Buddy the Elf from the movie Elf, these are the four main food groups.

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

300

Name what Alvin from Alvin and the Chipmunks wants for Christmas.

What is a hula hoop?

300

You leave these two things for Santa on Christmas Eve.

What is milk and cookies?

400

In the song "Frosty the Snowman", this made Frosty come to life.

What is an old silk hat?

400

Name the famous type of cake made around Christmas time.

What is a fruitcake?

400

This movie is the highest-grossing Christmas movie of all time.

What is Home Alone?

400

Name the expensive hotel Kevin stays at in Home Alone 2.

What is The New York Plaza?

400

The real St. Nicholas was born in this modern-day country. Hint: It shares it's name with a popular Thanksgiving food.

What is Turkey?

500

Janice and Jen want this for Christmas in the song "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas".

What is dolls that will talk and will go for a walk?

500

Name that item that is often found on the fireplace mantle and is filled with small items for Christmas morning.

What is a stocking?

500

Name where the McCallisters went for Christmas vacation in Home Alone.

What is Paris?

500

“O Holy Night” made history for being this.

What is the first Christmas song broadcast on the radio?

500

This country was the first to use the tradition of Christmas trees.

What is Germany?

600

Name the song with the lyrics: "And I don't care about the presents, underneath the Christmas tree".

What is All I Want for Christmas Is You?

600

Name that Christmas drink that is also known as milk punch.

What is eggnog?

600

Name the three ghosts in A Christmas Carol.

What is Ghost of Christmas Past, Present, and Future?

600

Name the gift the toy store owner gives Kevin in Home Alone 2.

What is two turtle doves?

600

This is how many times Santa checks his list.

What is twice?

700

Name the twelve gifts from "The Twelve Days of Christmas".

What is a partridge in a pear tree, two turtle doves, three french hens, four calling birds, five gold rings, six geese a-laying, seven swans a-swimming, eight maids a-milking, nine ladies dancing, ten lords a-leaping, eleven pipers piping, and twelve drummers drumming?

700

These two names are used for Santa Claus.

What is Kris Kringle and Saint Nick?

700

Name the little girl in How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

Who is Cindy Lou Who?

700

Name the most-covered Christmas song of all time.

What is Silent Night?

700

This popular Christmas song was originally a Thanksgiving song.

What is Jingle Bells?

800

The citizens of this Florida town maintain a fully decorated tree year-round.

What is Christmas, Florida?

900

This is the year that Christmas was declared a federal holiday in the United States.

What is 1870?

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