Q: The most popular item to put on top of a Christmas tree is what?
A: An Angel
Q: Who is rumored to have stolen Christmas?
A: The Grinch
Q: What is Frosty the Snowman’s nose made of?
A: A Button
Q: True or False: Joseph was the one that told Mary she was going to have a baby.
A: False: It was an Angel that told Mary the news
Q: The first Christmas stamp created released by the U.S. Postal Service when?
A: In 1962
Q: How many gifts would you receive if you received all of the gifts in the song The Twelve Days of Christmas?
A: 364 Presents!
Q: Who wrote the song Here Comes Santa Claus?
A: Gene Autry
Q: Who is Ebenezer?
A: The Scrooge
Q: Out of 365 days in a year, what number is Christmas?
Q: What were Frosty’s last words?
A: “I’ll be back again someday”
Q: What Christmas Ballet is the most famous of all?
A: The Nutcracker
Q: What should little children leave out for Santa on Christmas Eve?
A: Cookies and Milk
Q: Which reindeer’s name starts with a B?
Q: According to the song Frosty The Snowman what kind of soul does Frosty have?
A: A jolly happy soul!
Q: The movie Miracle on 34th Street is in what city?
Q: What is the average number of Christmas lights on a tree?
Q: Where was mommy kissing Santa Claus?
A: Under the Mistletoe
Q: What color is the Grinch?
Q: What is the name of Tiny Tim’s father in the story A Christmas Carol?
A: Bob Cratchit!
Q: We all know that Rudolph has a red nose, but does Rudolph have antlers?
Q: Which country created eggnog?
Q: What does Alvin want for Christmas?
A: A Hula Hoop
What other Christmas trivia do you know?