Published: Monday 19th November 2018A free Christmas quiz that all the family can enjoy.
Who wrote the short novel "A Christmas Carol"?Charles Dickens.
According to tradition, what colour is Santa's suit?Red.
What is wrapped in bacon in a British "Pig in blanket"?Sausage.
Which bird is the most common to feature on a Christmas card?Robin.
In the song "Santa Claus is Coming to Town", how many times is he checking his list?Twice.
What are the calendars that count down the days to Christmas called?Advent Calendar.
What biscuit shares its name with a Christmas item?Cracker.
What was the first name of Jesus' mother?Mary.
In the Christmas carol, how many ships came "sailing in"?Three.
What type of animals does Santa use to pull his sleigh?Reindeer.
What three gifts did the Kings bring to the baby Jesus?Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh.
Which member of the British Royal family makes a speech every Christmas Day?The Queen.
Which Christmas carol contains the following "The cattle are lowing, the baby awakes"?Away in a Manger.
When building a snowman, which vegetable is often used for its nose?Carrot.
In which pantomime does Buttons appear?Cinderella.
Where is Santa Claus said to live?North Pole.
In the song "Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer" what was the weather like on Christmas Eve?Foggy.
What colour is the Grinch in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas"?Green.
Which country annually donates the Christmas tree that stands in Trafalgar Square in London?Norway.
What guided the Wise Men to the baby Jesus?A Star.
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