125+ Xmas Trivia Questions That’ll Revolutionize Your Christmas!

πŸŽ…πŸŽ„ Step into the enchanting world of holiday merriment as we unwrap the festive joy with our Xmas Trivia Questions!

‘Tis the season to jingle all the way through a winter wonderland of yuletide quizzes. From classic carols to iconic movies, our festive questions are sprinkled with the magic of Christmas cheer.

So, gather around the virtual fireplace, don your favorite ugly Christmas sweater, and let the jolly journey through our Xmas trivia commence!

Xmas Trivia Questions For Kids

Q: What holiday beverage is made from eggs, sugar, and brandy or rum?
A: Eggnog.

Q: In the song “Jingle Bells,” what type of sleigh is mentioned?
A: One-horse open sleigh.

Q: What plant is often used as a Christmas decoration and is associated with kissing under it?
A: Mistletoe.

Q: In the classic Christmas movie “It’s a Wonderful Life,” who plays the lead character, George Bailey?
A: James Stewart.

Q: According to the song, what did my true love give to me on the eighth day of Christmas?
A: Eight maids a-milking.

Q: In the movie “Home Alone,” what item does Kevin McCallister use to fend off burglars?
A: Paint cans.

Q: What popular holiday food is made from molasses, ginger, and other spices?
A: Gingerbread cookies.

Q: Which Christmas song declares, “I don’t want a lot for Christmas, there is just one thing I need”?
A: “All I Want for Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey.

Q: What city is famous for its annual New Year’s Eve ball drop?
A: New York City.

Q: In the animated TV special “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” who directs the Christmas pageant?
A: Charlie Brown.

Q: In “The Polar Express,” what must you do to hear the bell ring for Santa?
A: Believe.

Q: What holiday is celebrated on December 26th and involves the giving of gifts to service workers?
A: Boxing Day.

Q: Who wrote the classic Christmas tale “A Christmas Carol”?
A: Charles Dickens.

Q: What Christmas-themed ballet tells the story of a little girl’s magical Christmas Eve adventure?
A: “The Nutcracker.”

Q: In the movie “Elf,” what is Buddy’s favorite color?
A: Green.

Q: What is the main protein in a traditional Christmas dinner?
A: Turkey.

Q: In “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” what three words best describe the Grinch?
A: Stink, stank, stunk.

Q: Which U.S. state is known as the “Christmas State”?
A: Hawaii.

Q: What gift do the three wise men bring to the baby Jesus in the Bible?
A: Gold, frankincense, and myrrh.

Q: In the song “Frosty the Snowman,” what made Frosty come to life?
A: An old silk hat.

Q: In what country did the tradition of exchanging gifts on Christmas originally begin?
A: Ancient Rome.

Q: What classic Christmas movie features a character named George Bailey and an angel named Clarence?
A: “It’s a Wonderful Life.”

Q: According to legend, what cookies are often left out for Santa on Christmas Eve?
A: Milk and cookies.

Q: Which Christmas carol features the line “O, what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh”?
A: “Jingle Bells.”

Q: What is the name of the character who tries to stop Christmas from coming in “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”?
A: The Grinch.

Q: What famous animated character is known for saying “Bah, humbug!”?
A: Scrooge McDuck.

Q: What toy, introduced in the 1980s, is designed to provide comfort and reduce stress?
A: Cabbage Patch Kids.

Q: In the movie “A Christmas Story,” what does Ralphie want as a Christmas gift?
A: A Red Ryder BB gun.

Q: What is the title of the popular Christmas song written by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn, sung by Frank Sinatra?
A: “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!”

Q: What is the name of the famous ballet featuring a young girl’s Christmas dream and a Nutcracker prince?
A: “The Nutcracker.”

Q: Which country is credited with the creation of the Christmas beverage known as mulled wine or glΓΌhwein?
A: Germany.

Q: What is the primary ingredient in the traditional Christmas dish known as figgy pudding?
A: Figs.

Q: In the movie “The Santa Clause,” who accidentally causes Santa to fall off the roof?
A: Scott Calvin (played by Tim Allen).

Q: According to the song, where did Mommy see Santa Claus kissing Santa Claus?
A: Underneath the mistletoe last night.

Q: What is the name of the family in the animated TV special “A Flintstone Christmas”?
A: The Flintstones.

Q: What type of tree is often used as a Christmas tree?
A: Fir tree.

Q: Which reindeer is said to have a shiny nose in the song “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”?
A: Rudolph.

Q: What word is commonly associated with a gathering of people singing carols from house to house during the Christmas season?
A: Caroling.

Q: In the movie “A Christmas Carol,” what is the name of the old miser who is visited by three ghosts?
A: Ebenezer Scrooge.

πŸŒŸπŸŽ„ And that wraps up our festive journey through the wonderland of Xmas Trivia! Whether you danced through the questions like a holiday elf or discovered new tidbits like a Christmas present waiting to be unwrapped, your yuletide adventure was merry and bright.

Until our next festive rendezvous, may your days be filled with joy, laughter, and the magic that makes the season truly special!

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