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Christmas trivia games
It's time for celebration and you people must be looking for more and more fun in the form of games, music, food, dance, and what not. So, here I have something, which will add fun in your games list. Alright! Time for the games to begin. Instead of going through things like many other websites (a.k.a copy cats) would, I have decided to actually put a few Christmas trivia games and quizzes for you. The beauty of it is, that even if you are wrong, you can learn from your mistakes, right? So, clear your mind, breathe and LET'S BEGIN!!

Game #1 - Carols

This one is for adults. Not really the lyrics, but the intent. Hope you enjoy it. All the best!

In the carol, "It's beginning to look like Christmas", what is the prettiest sight to see?
Answer: "The holly that will be on your front door".

In the carol, "Jingle Bells", what kind of a sleigh is it?
Answer: "A one-horse open sleigh".

In "O little town of Bethlehem" where do the silent stars go by?
Answer: "Above the deep and dreamless sleep".

Which popular Christmas carol also moonlights as a lullaby?
Answer: "Away in a manger".

Which carol, other than "Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer", is based on children?
Answer: Frosty the Snowman.

We all know that Tommy Connor "Saw mommy kissing Santa Claus" under the mistletoe. Where did mommy tickle Santa Claus, then?
Answer: "Underneath his beard so snowy white".

In the carol, "We three Kings", which way is the star of wonder and star of light leading them?
Answer: "Westward leading, still proceeding".

Which is the popular Christmas carol that was sung in the movie "Meet me in St. Louis"?
Answer: Have yourself a merry little Christmas.

In the song, "Winter Wonderland", how should you frolic and play?
Answer: "The Eskimo way"

What color was the Christmas that Elvis "The King" Presley have?
Answer: Blue Christmas.

Hope you knew the answers to these. If you didn't, I hope this trivia gave you the answers you needed. In case you need, this can be a great way to begin the Christmas trivia games for parties, as well.

Game #2 - General Knowledge

There are a few things that everyone needs to know about Christmas. Teaching children about Christmas can be easier with such Christmas trivia games for kids. Hope this quiz gives you the answers you need. All the Best!

Canada, The U.K., and most other Commonwealth countries officially celebrate the day after Christmas as a holiday. What is the holiday called?
Answer: Boxing Day

In the animated TV special, "'Twas the Night Before Christmas", the townsfolk create a song to attract Santa back. According to the song, what is calling Santa?
Answer: Christmas Bells

Which milk-based beverage is available around the Christmas holidays and comes in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions?
Answer: Eggnog and Egg nog

How do you say "Merry Christmas" in Spanish?
Answer: Feliz Navidad

Who tries to stop Christmas from coming, by stealing all things of Christmas from "the Who's"?
Answer: Grinch

What Christmas song has the line "I don't know if there'll be snow, but have a cup of cheer."
Answer: Holly Jolly Christmas

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

What song does Lucy ask Schroeder to play on his piano in "A Charlie Brown Christmas"?
Answer: Jingle Bells.

Which name is often given as Santa's birth name?
Answer: Kris Kringle.

On the tenth day of Christmas, what does my true love give to me?
Answer: Lords a-leaping.

These are a few things, that in my opinion, should be known by all. There are lot many games related to Christmas holiday trivia that you can use and enjoy in your Christmas parties. You can prepare Christmas trivia games on food, music, movies and even on Santa Claus and Snowman. It will be fun to play these with kids as well as adults. Try to make the questions funny and entertaining and of course, knowledgeable. Hope you enjoyed the Christmas trivia party games given in this article. This is where I sign off! Have a merry little Christmas!