Christmas Trivia Quiz Game

What do you know about Christmas?

Christmas Trivia Game is fun for the whole family, it is one way of enjoying the Christmas season without much expense and to sneak in "quality family time" and a great way to learn more about Christmas. It is also a good fun activity that you can incorporate on your family or office Christmas parties.

Here is a collection of interesting Christmas trivia game quiz.. Test your Christmas knowledge with this Christmas trivia quiz

You can write the answers on the comments' box. No peeking.....

Answers can be found at the end of the hub. Have Fun ... !

Christmas Trivia Quiz - Set 1

Ho. .. ho... ho.. Merry Christmas !!!

Christmas Trivia Quiz- Set 2

Christmas Links


Did you know?

December 12 was set aside as National Poinsettia Day to mark the death of Joel Roberts Poinsett who was credited with introducing the native plant to the USA.
December 12 was set aside as National Poinsettia Day to mark the death of Joel Roberts Poinsett who was credited with introducing the native plant to the USA.

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Comments 12 comments

Elizabeth 3 years ago

There's an error in your quiz. December 26 is, indeed, the feast of St. Stephen. :) December 6th is the feast of St. Nicholas.


je-ru 4 years ago

i gain something new....


janetrodriguez 5 years ago

I shared those informations to my students.


AD zurc 6 years ago

it was never mentioned in the bible how many magi visited jesus.. but they did bring 3 types of gift offerings.. gold, incense, and myrhh


Jeannie 6 years ago

Very easy!


STELLAH 7 years ago

I LEARNED A LOT OF THINGS..I HAVE ALREADY KNEW SOME OF THEM.


lil wayne2 7 years ago

I knew all of them. How could you people not know any of them!


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Wehzo 8 years ago from Detroit, MI

Great hub MM Del Rosario. I am a fan.


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dakotabramer 8 years ago

sader... i knew less then half of them


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Whitney05 8 years ago from Georgia

Sad... I knew only about half of them..


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MM Del Rosario 8 years ago from NSW, Australia Author

Well done Patty !!!!


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Patty Inglish, MS 8 years ago from North America

I cna do the first one>

1. Charles Dickens, 2. Italy, 3 UNICEF 4. three, except some version of scriputre on;t mention a number, 5. Good King Wensis-Slushy (LOL) says Feast of STEPHEN, 6.  True true true   7. The Slient Night Chapel replica in Frankenmuth Michigan is fantastic! It has the song in dozens of languages.  8.  Bethlehem  9. Nutcracker; also Chocoloate Nutcracker and Nutty Nutcracker versions in Ohio 10. Poinsettia, red and white one.

And now I am out of answers. Must...rest...and...eat...mincemeat... 

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