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"On a one-horse open sleigh"

What is "Jingle Bells"?

100

The character who loves syrup so much, he puts it on his spaghetti.

Who is Buddy, the Elf?

100

The saint that Santa Claus is based on.

Who is St. Nicholas?

100

In Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol", Mr. Scrooge's first name.

Who is Ebenezer?

100

The amount of time Hanukkah lasts.

What is 8 nights?

200

This is given on the 6th day of Christmas in The Twelve Days of Christmas song.

What is six geese-a-laying?

200

The movie where a young boy tries to outsmart robbers.

What is Home Alone?

200

The story that began the tradition of gingerbread houses.

What is Hansel and Gretel?

200

The two most popular holiday colors.

What are gold and silver?

200

This is the best way to spread Christmas cheer.

What is singing loud for all to hear?

300

No crocodiles or rhinoceroses, I only want _______________

What are Hippopotamuses?

300

The actor who has been in the most Christmas-theme movies.

Who is Tim Allen?

300

Kids leave this treat out for Santa on Christmas Eve.

What are milk and cookies?

300

A popular Christmas drink, sometimes called "milk punch".

What is eggnog?

300

The color of Christmas Elvis is having.

What is blue?

400

"I'm dreaming of a _____ _________"

What is White Christmas?

400

Miracle on 34th Street centers around this department store.

What is Macy's?

400

The candelabra used in Hanukkah celebrations.

What is a Menorah?

400

The name of the top spun in relation to Hanukkah.

What is a driedel?

400

This beverage company has been making commercials starring Santa Claus since the 1930's.

What is Coca-Cola?

500

The year Mariah Carey's “All I Want for Christmas Is You” hit the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.

What is 2019?

500

The person who wanted a Red Rider BB Gun more than anything.

Who is Ralphie?

500

Famous holiday plant typically hung in doorways.

What is mistletoe?

500

This reindeer shares a name with another holiday mascot.

Who is Cupid?

500

According to "It's a Wonderful Life", this happens every time a bell rings.

What is an angel gets its wings?

600

"But do you recall...the most famous reindeer of all?"

What is "Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer"?

600

The source of Frosty's powers

What is his hat?

600

The place where people use the greeting "Mele Kalikimaka"

What is Hawaii?

600

The type of trees most commonly used as Christmas trees.

What is Coniferous or Evergreen (fir)?

600

This popular miniature character who checks on kids for Santa and gets into mischief overnight.

What is the Elf on the Shelf?

700

Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, _____

Who is Vixen?

700

The movie The Grinch is based on a story by this famous author.

Who is Dr. Seuss?

700

A tradition which involves a person receiving one small gift each day leading up to Christmas.

What is an advent calendar?

700

This song is the best selling holiday song of all time.

What is "White Christmas"?

700

The holiday that "Jingle Bells" was originally written for.

What is Thanksgiving?

800

... and a Happy New Year!

What is "We Wish You a Merry Christmas"?

800

In Polar Express, only these people can hear the bells ring

Who are the True Believers?

800

The country that began the tradition of Christmas trees.

What is Germany?

800

The average amount of money spent by U.S. citizens on gift per recipient.

What is $1,000?

800

According to Chinese New Year, the upcoming zodiac sign for 2023.

What is the rabbit?

900

"You can say there's no such thing as Santa, but as for me and grandpa, we believe"

What is "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer"?

900

The 2002 animated holiday movie starring Adam Sandler.

What is Eight Crazy Nights?

900

A folkloric character who scares misbehaving children by whacking them with a birch rod. 

Who is Krampus?

900

The meaning of the word Hanukkah.

What is dedication?

900

The year that Kwanzaa was first celebrated.

What is 1966?

1000

An 18th century Scottish poem turned into a song by Rod Stewart. The name translates literally to "old long since."

What is "Auld Lang Syne"?

1000

Mother Nature's sons in A Year Without a Santa Claus.

Who are Heat Miser and Snow Miser?


1000

To prepare for the Chinese New Year, this is done in the days leading up to the holiday to get rid of the past year's bad luck.

What is cleaning the house?

1000

The year that the first New Year Eve ball drop occurred.

What is 1907?

1000

A reindeer is also known as this in North America.

What is a caribou?

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