The Christmas Test!

The Christmas Test!

It's almost Christmas! Test to see how much you know about the first Christmases, what Christmas is like in many countries, and Christmas traditions! Have Fun! :D

published on December 22, 201415 responses 2 4.0★ / 5

When was Christmas declared a federal holiday in the U.S.?

June 26, 1870
December 25, 1897
February 18, 1900
January 11, 1865

In which country is Santa Claus a woman?

Russia
France
Italy

Which ones are well know Christmas books?

Which ones are well know Christmas books?
Select the four correct answers
The Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore
13 Gifts by Wendy Mass
The Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Katerina's Wish by Jeannie Mobley
A Dash of Magic by Kathryn Littlewood
The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry
The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg

Is christmassy an actual word?

Finish this phrase from the Christmas carol "Let it Snow" : It doesn't show signs of stopping...

Finish this phrase from the Christmas carol "Let it Snow" : It doesn't show signs of stopping...
The lights are turned way down low...
Everywhere you go...
And I've brought some corn for popping...
And the sleigh bells are ringing
And I've heard the people talking

In the Christmas carol "Twelve days of Christmas" what does the person receive from her true love on the fourth day?

In which two countries is Christmas NOT widely celebrated

Select the two correct answers
Ireland
China
Spain
Portugal
Japan

In Germany, on either the night of December 5th or 6th, St. Nicholas (or Father Christmas) puts candy or small presents inside children's:

Stockings
Cups
Shoes
Books
Drawers

Fill in the blank: An old German Christmas tradition (and myth) is that the first child to find the _ _ _ on the tree would get an extra present

Carrot
Corn
Pickle
Potato
Brocoli

Fill in the bank: If two people get caught under a ___ they have to kiss.

Holly Berry
Wreath
Jingle Bell
Mistletoe

Bonus: What do you celebrate? All answers are right, so select all five! :3

Select the five correct answers
Christmas!
Hanukkah!
Kwanza!
Christmas and Hanukkah!
Another combination!