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January
100

Winter comes before spring

True

100
There are two holidays that share the date of January 17th? Yes or No

Yes- Martin Luther King Jr Day and Benjamin Franklin Day

100

What month does the winter season start? January or December 

December

100

What is January's flower(s)? Carnation/Snowdrop or Rose/Tulip

Carnation/Snowdrop

200

Nights are shorter in winter.

False

200

Trees and plants stop growing in winter. True or False

True

200

Are there animals that hibernate in winter? Yes or NO

Yes- bears, squirrels, bats, snakes, are examples 

200

January has more than one zodiac sign? Yes or No

Yes-Aquarius and Capricorn are the zodiac signs 

300

Thanksgiving, Labor Day and Halloween are at least 3 holidays in the winter season.

False- Christmas, New Year's Day and President's Day are holidays in the winter season

300

According to Guinness World Records the largest snowflake is 8 inches or 15 inches?

15 inches

300

The first picture of a snowman was taken in 1853 or 1905?

1853

300

There are foods associated with the month of January? Yes  or No

Yes- oatmeal, hot tea, and soup

400

January's birthstone is the diamond?

False- it is garnet

400

A snow flake has two sides. Yes or No

No- a snowflake has a total of six sides

400

At what point in temperature is considered below freezing? 40 degrees or 35 degrees

35 degrees

400

Between the months of November, January and March, which month is the coldest?

January

500

The month of January was named after an Egyptian god? 

False- January was named after a Roman god named Janus who represents new beginnings

500

What is the most snow calculated in North America? 200 inches or 189 inches

A total of 189 inches

500

When does the shortest day of the year happen? Spring solstice or Winter solstice

Winter solstice

500

What animal represented the month of January? Wolf or an Ox

an Ox

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