250+ Best Christmas Trivia for Kids Questions and Answers (Easiest to Hardest)

Christmas Trivia for Kids Questions and Answers

Now that the holidays are here, there’s no better way to get into the spirit of the occasion than with some entertaining Christmas trivia for kids.

We have the top 250 Christmas trivia questions and answers, so you can use them for family get-togethers, classroom activities, or just to see how much your kids know about the holidays.

This extensive list has something for every child trivia lover, from simple questions that even Santa’s small helpers can answer to trickier brainteasers that will have everyone scratching their brains.

250+ Best Christmas Trivia for Kids Questions and Answers

Here is a collection of best Christmas Trivia for Kids questions grouped from the easiest to the hardest:

Easiest Christmas Trivia for Kids Questions

1. What colour is Santa’s suit?

Answer: To formal events, Navy Blue, but sometimes a classic striped seersucker. Just kidding, red of course!

2. What does Santa drive to deliver toys on Christmas Eve?

Answer: A Toyota Prius in more urban areas, but traditionally a Sleigh.

3. Where does Santa Claus live?

Answer: The Clauses are snowbirds, splitting time between The North Pole and The Villages in Florida.

4. How many reindeer pull Santa’s sleigh (including Rudolph)?

 Answer: Nine.

5. Now, name all of Santa’s reindeer.

Answer: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen. And Rudolph!

6. Who are Santa’s little helpers at the North Pole?

Answer: Santa employs seasonal labour, mostly Elves.

7. Which one of those reindeer shares its name with another famous holiday character?

Answer: Cupid.

8. Why did Santa Claus need Rudolph to lead his sleigh that night?

Answer: It was too foggy, and Santa needed Rudolph’s nose to light the way.

9. How many times does Santa check his list to find to who is naughty and who is nice?

Answer: Twice. Sometimes thrice or frice

10. What are two other popular names for Santa Claus?

Answer: Kris Kringle and Saint Nick.

11. What do some say that Santa Claus puts in kids’ stockings if they misbehave?

Answer: A lump of coal.

12. Where does the kid see Mommy kissing Santa Claus?

Answer: Underneath the mistletoe.

13. What soda company often uses Santa Claus in their Christmas advertising?

Answer: Coca-Cola.

14. In what country was Saint Nicholas born?

 Answer: Turkey. At the time, it was called Lycia.

15. What was Santa Claus’ traditional English name?

Answer: Father Christmas.

16. What is the Spanish name for Santa Claus?

Answer: Papa Noel.

17. What is Santa Claus called in France?

 Answer:Père Noël.

18. Which real-life person is Santa Claus based on?

Answer: The Christian bishop St. Nicholas. (Many also think that the Norse god Odin inspired our modern Santa Claus.)

19. In Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, who joined Rudolph on his adventure after he left the North Pole?

Answer: Yukon Cornelius and Hermey the Misfit Elf.

20. What did the other reindeer not let Rudolph do after they saw his red nose? Hint: “They never let poor Rudolph…”

Answer: “Join in any reindeer games.”

21. What is the name of Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer’s sleigh team coach?

Answer: Comet.

22. In the animated movie with the same name, what is the magical train that takes kids to the North Pole?

Answer: The Polar Express.

23. In A Christmas Carol, what is the first name of Scrooge?

Answer: Ebenezer.

24. In the movie “It’s a Wonderful Life,” what happens each time a bell rings?

Answer: An angel got its wings.

25. Who brings Frosty back to life in Frosty the Snowman?

Answer: Santa Claus.

26. What gift did the drummer in The Little Drummer Boy give the baby Jesus?

Answer: He played drums for Him. (Pa rum pum pum pum.).

27. At the end of A Charlie Brown Christmas, what song does the Peanuts gang sing?

Answer: “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.”

28. Why can’t Santa make his annual trip in The Year Without Santa Claus?

Answer: He caught a cold.

29. In Elf, what are Buddy’s four main food groups?

Answer: Candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup.

30. What three words best describe the Grinch in the Dr. Seuss classic, How the Grinch Stole Christmas?

Answer: “Stink, stank, stunk.”

31. In “Jingle Bells,” what ride is so fun?

Answer: A one-horse open sleigh.

32. What is Frosty’s nose made of?

Answer: A button.

33. What magic item helped bring Frosty to life?

Answer: “That old top hat they found.”

34. According to the famous Christmas song, what would you say if you saw Rudolph’s nose?

Answer: “You would even say it glows!”

35. What kind of pudding do we ask for in the popular Christmas song “We Wish You a Merry Christmas?”

Answer: Figgy pudding. I’ve seen and heard people call it foggy pudding and piggy pudding, but it’s figgy. Piggy pudding? That’s just disgusting!

36. In “The Twelve Days of Christmas” carol, what does my true love give to me on the fifth day of Christmas?

Answer: Five gold rings. “Golden rings” is an acceptable answer.

37. In “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch,” how cuddly is Mr. Grinch?

Answer: “Cuddly as a cactus.”

38. Since we hope to wake up to snow on Christmas day, what does the carol say we’re dreaming of?

Answer: “I’m dreaming of a white Christmas.”

39. What kind of Christmas is Elvis Presley going to have?

Answer: “A Blue Christmas.”

40. How many total gifts are given in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” song?

Answer: 364

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Easy Christmas Trivia for Kids Questions

41. What favorite Christmas carol was originally written as a Thanksgiving song?

Answer: Jingle bells.

42. What was the first Christmas carol broadcast on the radio?

Answer: “O Holy Night” in 1906.

43. What is the best-selling Christmas carol of all time?

Answer: Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas.”

44. Which Christmas carol is the most-recorded Christmas song of all time?

Answer: Silent Night with 26,496 recordings as of December 2015.

45. Who first recorded “Here Comes Santa Claus?”

Answer: Gene Autry in 1947.

46. Which Christmas carol is considered a lullaby?

Answer: “Away in a Manger.”

47. How old was Brenda Lee when she recorded “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree?”

Answer: 13 years old.

48. How long did Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” take to hit number 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100?

Answer: 25 years.

49. What are the traditional colours for Christmas?

Answer: Red and green.

50. What food do you leave out for Santa on Christmas Eve?

Answer: Cookies! (After reading “A Rugrats Night Before Christmas,” my daughter wanted to leave gummy worms for Santa.)

51. What food do you leave out for Santa’s reindeer on Christmas Eve?

Answer: Carrots and oats. (Carrots pair well with gummy worms!)

52. What do most people put on the top of a Christmas tree?

Answer: A star or an angel.

53. Standing under what type of plant during Christmas time means that we’re supposed to kiss?

Answer: Mistletoe.

54. In what country did our tradition of putting up Christmas trees for Christmas originate?

Answer: Germany.

55. What is the main course for a traditional Christmas dinner in the United States?

Answer: Turkey and dressing or stuffing.

56. What is the name of the Christmas-themed ballet presented every year at Christmastime?

Answer: The Nutcracker.

57. What are the 12 Days of Christmas?

Answer: It is the days between the birth of baby Jesus and the three wise men arriving to visit Him.

58. What is the 12th Day of Christmas called?

Answer: The Epiphany or Three Kings Day.

59. What is the Latin meaning of the word Noel?

Answer: The French word Noël comes from the Latin word Natalis, which means birthday.

60. What kind of log should you burn on Christmas Eve for good luck the following year?

Answer: A Yule log.

61. Eating what food is a major Christmas tradition in Britain?

Answer: Milk punch.

62. For extra good luck, in what direction should you stir the mincemeat for your pies?

Answer: Clockwise.

63. What Christmas decoration is actually a parasitic plant?

Answer: Mistletoe.

64. In which fairy tale inspired the first gingerbread houses?

Answer: Hansel and Gretel.

65. In what city was The Nutcracker first premiered?

Answer: Saint Petersburg, Russia, in 1892.

66. What traditional Christmas decoration was originally made from strands of silver?

Answer: Tinsel.

67. In the U.S., they are hot dogs wrapped in croissant pastry. In the U.K., there are small sausages wrapped in bacon. (What!) What is the name of this traditional British Christmas dinner dish?

Answer: Pigs in a blanket.

68. Which country is the largest exporter of Christmas trees?

Answer: The United States.

69. In what city was baby Jesus born?

Answer: Bethlehem.

70. What guided the three wise men to find the newborn Jesus?

Answer: A star. (The Star of Bethlehem.)

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Moderate Christmas Trivia for Kids Questions

71. What three gifts did the wise men bring?

Answer: Gold, frankincense, and myrrh.

72. What city in the United States once banned Christmas?

Answer: Boston in 1659.

73. When and where were the first commercial Christmas cards made?

Answer: In 1843 in England.

74. Who created the first strand of Christmas lights?

Answer: Thomas Edison in 1880.

75. What was the first Christmas carol broadcast in space?

Answer: “Jingle Bells.”

76. What country celebrates its Independence Day on Christmas Eve?

Answer: Libya.

77. Who created the character and wrote the book “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?”

Answer: Robert L. May.

78. Which was the first state to declare Christmas as an official holiday?

Answer: Alabama in 1836.

79. Who was the first President to decorate a Christmas tree in the white house?

Answer: Benjamin Harrison in either 1888, 1889, or 1991. Sorry, Internet, but it wasn’t Franklin Pierce.

80. Which was the last state to recognize Christmas as an official holiday?

Answer: Oklahoma, when it became a state in 1907.

81. Which popular Christmas gift for kids was created based on a political satire cartoon?

Answer: The Teddy Bear.

82. Which saint is celebrated on the 26th December?

Answer: St. Stephen.

83. How do you say “Merry Christmas” in Spanish?

Answer: Feliz Navidad.

84. Who wrote the novel, A Christmas Carol?

Answer: Charles Dickens.

85. How do you say “Merry Christmas” in Italian?

Answer: Buon Natale.

86. Who wrote the popular Christmas song “Frosty The Snowman”?

Answer: Walter Rollins and Steve Nelson.

87. In the song “Twelve Days of Christmas,” what is given on the seventh day?

Answer: Swans a-swimming.

88. In the song “Last Christmas”, who does the singer give their heart to?

Answer: Someone special.

89. If Elvis isn’t going to have a white Christmas, what type of Christmas is he going to have?

Answer: Blue Christmas.

90. Which country came up with the dessert ”White Christmas” made from coconut oil and dried fruit?

Answer: Australia.

91. Why are Christmas candy canes red and white in color?

Answer: The white of the cane allegedly represents the purity of Jesus Christ. The red stripes, on the other hand, are for the blood he shed when he died on the cross.

92. Which reindeer is named after thunder?

Answer: Donner (the German word for “thunder”).

93. What vegetable allows Santa’s reindeer to fly?

Answer: Carrots.

94. Which department store is said to have created Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?

Answer: Rudolph was created in 1939 by Robert L. May as an advertising gimmick for Montgomery Ward.

95. Why do the other reindeer tease Rudolph?

Answer: Because of his red nose.

96. What is the name of Rudolph’s son?

Answer: Robbie the Reindeer.

97. What year was Santa born?

Answer: 270 AD.

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98. Which real-life person is Santa Claus based on?

Answer: The Christian bishop St. Nicholas.

99. What does Santa’s belly shake like?

Answer: A bowl full of jelly.

100. What do Swedish children leave for Santa Claus?

Answer: Coffee (in case he’s feeling tired from delivering all the presents).

101. In early illustrations of Santa Claus, what is he often seen holding?

Answer: A birch rod.

102. Which U.S. state has a town called Santa Claus?

Answer: Indiana.

103. What’s the highest grossing Christmas movie of all time?

Answer: The Grinch Who Stole Christmas.

104. What color is the Grinch?

Answer: Green.

105. What color is usually the shining star placed on top of Christmas trees?

Answer: Golden.

106. Canada, The U.K., and most other Commonwealth countries officially celebrate the day after Christmas as what holiday?

Answer: Boxing Day.

107. Similar to tinsel, these long strips of shiny foil are used to decorate a Christmas tree. What are they called?

Answer: Icicles.

108. What are two other names for Santa Claus?

Answer: Saint Nick and Kris Kringle.

109. True or False: The first Christmas tree appeared in the United States

Answer: False.

110. Who invented electric Christmas lights?

Answer: Thomas Edison in 1880.

111. Which was the first country to issue a Christmas postage stamp?

Answer: Canada.

112. Which American President banned Christmas trees in the White House?

Answer: Theodore Roosevelt.

113. How many days do we have between Christmas and the Epiphany?

Answer: Twelve.

114. Which of Santa’s reindeer is named after another animal?

Answer: Vixen (a fox).

115. Is there a Mrs. Santa Claus?

Answer: Yes.

116. Who helps Santa Claus in making his gifts?

Answer: Elves and Mrs. Claus!

117. Where was St. Nicholas born?

Answer: Turkey.

Hard Christmas Trivia for Kids Questions

118. After leaving Bethlehem, to which country did Joseph, Mary, and Jesus travel?

Answer: Egypt.

119. Every elf has this ornament on the tip of their shoes. Which ornament are we talking about?

Answer: Bells.

120. How does Santa Claus go back up the chimney to continue his journey of delivering gifts?

Answer: He places his finger on the side of his nose, gives a smile and a nod.

121. How many points does a snowflake traditionally have?

Answer: Six.

122. What was the tallest Christmas Tree ever put up? Where?

Answer: A 221 feet Douglas Fir put up in the Northgate Shopping Center in Seattle, the year 1950.

123. What President established Christmas as a national holiday?

Answer: President Ulysses S. Grant.

124. Which hymn’s second verse begins with “Christ by highest heaven adored”?

Answer: “Hark the Herald Angels Sing”.

125. What much-reviled Christmas dessert is known for its long shelf life?

Answer: Fruitcake.

126. How many reindeer are featured in the poem “Twas the Night Before Christmas?”

Answer: Eight (no Rudolph!).

127. Which country has a tradition of a witch dropping gifts for children through the chimney at Christmas?

Answer: Italy.

128. In which country is KFC a popular Christmas meal?

Answer: Japan.

129. How much do Americans spend on holiday shopping?

Answer: Americans spend an average of $988 per person on holiday gifts.

130. What sparks roughly 100 accidental fires each holiday season?

Answer: Dried out Christmas trees.

131. Santa Claus is mainly a mix of what two figures?

Answer: Saint Nicholas (Sinterklaas in Dutch) and Father Christmas.

132. What is it called when people go singing from door to door?

Answer: Caroling.

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133. What would you stick into an onion when following a traditional bread sauce recipe?

Answer: Cloves.

134. What is the name of the last ghost that visits Scrooge inA Christmas Carol?

Answer: The Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come.

135. Who wrote, “Christmas doesn’t come from a store, maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more?”

Answer: Dr. Seuss.

136. What are Christmas trees also called?

Answer: Yule-tree.

137. What type of bird who’s name begins with the letter ‘R’, do you often see on Christmas cards?

Answer: Robin.

138. How fast would Santa’s sleigh have to travel to deliver presents to all the children in the world?

Answer: About six million miles per hour, as reported in the Telegraph.

139. Why do we hang Christmas stockings?

Answer: The tradition came about thanks to a legend that states the generous Turkish bishop St. Nicholas helped a set of three poor sisters avoid a life of indentured servitude by paying for their dowries. For three nights, the bishop threw gold down their chimney, which landed in their stockings hung by their fireplace to dry. Now we carry on the tradition by hanging stockings to fill with gifts and small treats.

140. Which popular Christmas drink is also called ‘milk punch’?

Answer: Eggnog.

141. Which color is Santa’s belt?

Answer: Black.

142. Which cake is traditionally made for Christmas?

Answer: Plum cake.

143. Who is the singer of ‘White Christmas’?

Answer: Bing Crosby.

144. Which US president had his own recipe for Eggnog?

Answer: George Washington.

145. How much time does a Christmas tree need to reach average height?

Answer: 15 years.

146. Can you name the kings who visited baby Jesus?

Answer: Melchior, Casper and Balthazar.

147. Name the famous scientist who was born on 25th December?

Answer: Sir Isaac Newton.

148. According to Austrian Folklore, which horned creature kidnaps kids who’re naughty during Christmas?

Answer: Krampus.

149. What are the three words that Santa usually greets people with?

Answer: Ho Ho Ho.

150. What is the name of the green and red plant that is used to decorate houses during Christmas?

Answer: Poinsettia.

151. Who spies on naughty kids and reports them to Santa?

Answer: The Elf on the Shelf.

152. What happens to the person who finds the pickle ornament first on the Christmas tree on Christmas Day?

Answer: They get an extra present from Santa.

153. Before Christmas lights were invented, what did people put on their Christmas tree?

Answer: Candles.

154. What is the name of the fruit-cake that is traditionally made in Germany during Christmas?

Answer: Stollen.

155. Which Roman holiday inspired Christmas celebrations?

Answer: Saturnalia.

156. What day is Christmas?

Answer: December 25.

157. What is the Grinch’s dog’s name?

Answer: Max.

158. What did Rudolph never get to join?

Answer: Any reindeer games.

159. What kind of houses are popular to make and decorate?

Answer: Gingerbread.

160. Do Christmas trees have skirts or dresses?

Answer: Skirts.

161. What do you decorate with ornaments?

Answer: A tree.

162.According to the song, what did my true love give to me on the eighth day of Christmas?

Answer: Eight maids a milking.

163. What’s the name of the main villain in The Nightmare Before Christmas?

Answer: Oogie Boogie.

164. Why is Christmas celebrated?

Answer: Christmas is celebrated for the birth of Jesus Christ.

165. The short version of Christmas is also known as what?

Answer: Xmas.

166. What does the red color of Christmas symbolize?

Answer: Blood of Jesus.

167. What does the green color of Christmas signify?

Answer: Continuity of life.

168. What does mistletoe symbolize?

Answer: Love, laughter, and compassion.

169. What else is Santa Claus called?

Answer: Father Christmas, Grand Father Frost, and Kris Kringle.

170. Which country did St. Nicholas belong to?

Answer: Greece.

171. What do the Dutch call Santa Claus?

Answer: Sinterklaas.

172. What do people hide in their home, in Norway on Christmas Eve?

Answer: Brooms.

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173. Why did the Europeans decorate their Christmas trees with spider web-shaped decorations?

Answer: They believed that spiders bring good luck. Jesus’s blanket was woven with the spider webs, and it turned to gold when the sun shined over it.

174. In which ocean is Christmas island situated?

Answer: Indian Ocean.

175. What is the general weight of a Christmas turkey?

Answer: 12 pounds.

176. Which special chicken dish is eaten on Christmas in Japan?

Answer: Fried chicken, especially KFC.

177. What can be made from a pine needle?

Answer: Tea, syrup, vinegar, and butter!.

178. How long was the biggest candy cane ever made?

Answer: 51 feet long.

179. What do the well-behaved good kids get in their stockings, in the UK?

Answer: Tangerines.

180. Why were candy canes invented?

Answer: To entertain kids in long church services.

181. In which country are brussels sprouts eaten on Christmas?

Answer: Belgium.

182. Name the chef who made the tallest candy cane.

Answer: Chef Alain Roby.

183. What was the weight of the largest fruit cake?

Answer: 9596 pounds.

184. Where was the tallest candy cane made?

Answer: Geneva.

185. What was the weight of the largest Christmas pudding?

Answer: 7,231 pounds.

186. What type of calendar do you use to count down to Christmas Day?

Answer: An Advent calendar.

187. Joseph was Jesus’ father. What was his job?

Answer: He was a carpenter.

188. What are Frosty the Snowman’s eyes made from?

Answer: Coal.

189. What does Alvin the Chipmunk want for Christmas?

Answer: A hula-hoop.

190. What country started the tradition of exchanging gifts?

Answer: Italy.

191. Visions of what item dances in children’s heads?

Answer: Sugarplums.

192. What is the most famous Christmas Ballet?

Answer: The Nutcracker.

193. What Jewish holiday occasionally overlaps with Christmas?

Answer: Hanukkah.

194. What is the earliest known item used to decorate Christmas trees?

Answer: Apples.

195. What are the 3 traditional colors of Christmas?

Answer: Red, Green, and Gold.

196. What is the meaning of the word “Noel” in Latin?

Answer: Birth.

197. What U.S. state holds the record for the largest snowman?

Answer: Maine.

198. What was the first artificial Christmas tree made of?

Answer: Goose Feathers.

199. How much did the Grinch’s heart grow on Christmas day?

Answer: 3 sizes.

200. In what year was Mrs. Claus first introduced?

Answer: 1889.

201. Who sings “All I Want for Christmas is You”?

Answer: Mariah Carey.

202. What year did Google begin tracking Santa Claus?

Answer: 2004.

203. How does Santa get into houses on Christmas Eve?

Answer: The Chimney.

204. What little girl catches the Grinch stealing Christmas?

Answer: Cindy Lou Who.

205. How did Mary travel to Bethlehem to give birth to Jesus?

Answer: On a Donkey.

Hardest Christmas Trivia for Kids Questions

206. What is Frosty the Snowman’s last words?

Answer: “I’ll be back someday”.

207. Santa Claus’s beard is similar to what winter feature?

Answer: Snow.

208. What fruit is Santa Claus’s nose compared to?

Answer: A Cherry.

209. Yogi bear spends his first Christmas in what park?

Answer: Jelly Stone Park.

210. The first Christmas stamp was issued in what year?

Answer: 1962

211. What is the average number of lights on a Christmas tree?

Answer: 200

212. On what street did a Santa Claus miracle occur?

Answer: 34th Street.

213. What Florida town has a Christmas tree decorated year-round?

Answer: Christmas, Florida.

214. Traditionally, does the oldest or youngest open presents first?

Answer: Youngest.

215. What would your zodiac sign be if you were born on Christmas day?

Answer: Capricorn.

216. Does Rudolph have antlers?

Answer: Yes.

217. How does Buddy reach the North Pole in the movie “Elf”?

Answer: By crawling into Santa’s sack.

218. Which Christmas toy idea was derived from a 1903 famous political caricature?

Answer: Teddy Bear.

219. In the opening scene of “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” the characters are seen enjoying which winter recreational activity?

Answer: Ice Skating.

220. The Christians who lived in the east originally celebrated Christmas on which date?

Answer: January 6.

221. Hermey, the Elf, and Yukon Cornelius helped which reindeer after he left the North Pole?

222. After killing the Mouse King, what does the Nutcracker turn into?

Answer: A handsome prince.

223. During Christmas, which famous candy is wrapped in red and green foils?

Answer: Hershey’s Kisses.

224. Whose eyes glow in “The Christmas Song”?

Answer: Tiny tots.

225. Who brought stories about St. Nicholas to America?

Answer: Dutch immigrants.

226. Rudolph had to avoid which bad guy?

Answer: The Abominable Snowman.

227. What was Santa’s ride in Finland?

Answer: Goat.

228. What was Harry Potter’s first Christmas gift at Hogwarts?

Answer: The Invisibility Cloak.

229. Name the two reindeer whose names begin with C.

Answer: Comet and Cupid.

230. Which Christmas movie has a villain named Oogie Boogie?

Answer: The Nightmare Before Christmas.

231. What does the word “Santa” mean?

Answer: Saint.

232. Who originally sang “Here Comes Santa Claus”?

Answer: Gene Autry.

233. “Mele Kalikimaka” means Merry Christmas in which language?

Answer: Hawaiian.

234. Who tracks Santa’s location on Christmas Eve?

Answer: NORAD – North American Aerospace Defense Command.

235. What are the two phrases commonly used on Christmas tags?

Answer: “To” and “from”.

236. What type of tree is considered as the “King” of Christmas trees?

Answer: Nordman Fir.

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237. Who celebrates Christmas on January 7?

Answer: The Russian Orthodox Church.

238. In which direction does the star lead the Wise Kings?

Answer: Westward.

239. Name the common Christmas side dishes.

Answer: Baked ham and mashed potato green bean casserole.

240. How many reindeer were there originally?

Answer: Eight.

241. What does Santa shout when stuck in a chimney?

Answer: “You girls and boys won’t get any toys if you don’t pull me out!”.

242. Who told Frosty the Snowman to stop?

Answer: The traffic cop.

243. Which Christmas movie features Swirly Twirly Gumdrops and Candy Cane Forest?

Answer: Elf.

244. Traditionally, what colour is Santa’s sack?

Answer: Red.

245. What is the name of Kristoff’s reindeer in the Disney movie ‘Frozen’?

Answer: Sven.

246. What is traditionally hidden in a Christmas pudding?

Answer: Coin.

247. What does the word ‘advent’ mean?

Answer: Coming.

248. In which Pacific Ocean island nation is Father Christmas known as Santa-san?

Answer: Japan.

249. What is the capital city of Christmas Island?

Answer: Settlement.

250. Children in what country leave out Pan de Pascua (sponge cake with fruit, ginger, and honey) for Santa Claus?

Answer: Chile.

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What age group is the Christmas trivia designed for?

The Christmas trivia questions are suitable for children of all ages, from preschoolers to teenagers.

Are the trivia questions organized by difficulty level?

Yes, the questions are arranged from easiest to hardest to cater to different skill levels.

Is there a time limit suggested for answering each question during a game session?

The timing can be customized based on your preferences. Whether you want a fast-paced game or a relaxed activity, it’s up to you!

Are there any multimedia elements included with the trivia questions?

The package includes text-based questions and answers. However, additional multimedia resources can be integrated as per your specific needs.

Can these trivia questions be incorporated into virtual gatherings or online classrooms?

Yes, these trivia questions are versatile and can easily be adapted for use in virtual settings.

Are there any religious references in the Christmas trivia questions?

While some questions may touch on religious aspects of Christmas, the overall focus is on fun and general knowledge about the holiday season.


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