Winter Trivia Question Preview (ID: 54206)

The Winter Holidays Are The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year For Many. Family Gatherings, Gift-giving, Religious Observances And More. There Are So Many Ways To Find Meaning. Take Our Winter Holiday Quiz To See How Much You Know About This Time Of Year! TEACHERS: click here for quick copy question ID numbers.

This holiday is celebrated to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God?

a) Christmas
b) Hanukkah
c) Kwanzaa
d) New Year's

How many reindeer drive Santa Claus’ sleigh (counting Rudolph)?

a) 9
b) 8
c) 10
d) 7

The dates of this holiday change every year?

a) Hanukkah
b) Kwanzaa
c) Christmas
d) New Year's

What well-known Christmas carol became the first song ever broadcast from space in 1965?

a) Jingle Bells
b) Frosty the Snowman
c) Silver Bells
d) White Christmas

This holiday was created by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966 to celebrate family, culture and heritage?

a) Kwanzaa
b) Christmas
c) Hanukkah
d) New Year's

Boxing Day is a British holiday that celebrates charitable giving on what day of the year?

a) December 25th
b) December 24th
c) December 23rd
d) December 26th

Which winter holiday is celebrated in nearly every country around the world?

a) New Year’s
b) Christmas
c) Hanukkah
d) Kwanzaa

During the Norse celebration of Yule people believed each spark from the burning log would bring what?

a) The birth of a new piglet or calf
b) Salvation for their sins
c) Presents
d) Additional years on their lives

What famous Wonder of the World is thought to be associated with ancient Winter Solstice celebrations?

a) Stonehenge
b) The Taj Mahal
c) The Colosseum in Rome
d) The Great Wall of China

Which holiday is known as the Festival of Lights?

a) Hanukkah
b) Christmas
c) Kwanzaa
d) New Year's

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