Christmas Trivia Crossword

  1. 2. Country where “The Nutcracker Ballet” first premiered
  2. 8. Bob Cratchet didn’t have this piece of winter clothing
  3. 11. KFC is the most popular Christmas meal in this country
  4. 12. British Queen who helped popularize the Christmas
  5. 13. Name of Jack Skellington’s dog
  6. 15. Material the first artificial Christmas trees were made of
  7. 17. Original name of the poem “The Night Before Christmas”
  8. 19. Cherished item Alvin gave to a sick boy for Christmas
  9. 21. This actor who played this character in “A Christmas Story” was also in “Elf”
  10. 22. Plays Ernest P. Worrell in “Ernest Saves Christmas”
  11. 23. Poinsettia’s native country
  12. 25. The First Lady who wrote a Christmas Story
  13. 26. Actor who played six rolls in “The Polar Express”
  14. 28. Popular Christmas song written to be for Thanksgiving (also first song broadcast from space)
  15. 30. Explains the meaning of Christmas to his friends
  16. 31. This former retail store commissioned, published, and gave out Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  17. 32. Male co-star in “White Christmas”
  1. 1. Wintery last name of the poet who wrote “Christmas Tree”
  2. 3. Country where “Silent Night” originated
  3. 4. Snowmans name in the song “Winter Wonderland”
  4. 5. Christmas song written as a plea for peace during the Cuban missile crisis
  5. 6. This Disney cartoon character has been a Christmas Eve staple in Sweden since 1959
  6. 7. What Lucy wants for Christmas
  7. 9. Decade Coca-Cola began using Santa Claus in ads
  8. 10. Voiced the Grinch in “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” but most famous for playing Frankenstein’s monster
  9. 14. Decade NORAD began tracking Santa on Christmas Eve
  10. 16. Highest grossing Christmas movie of all time
  11. 18. This TV station runs “A Christmas Story” 48 hours straight over Christmas
  12. 20. Cromwell banished this in England
  13. 24. Male co-star in “White Christmas”
  14. 27. This state holds the Guinness record for largest snowman
  15. 29. Country that started the tradition of putting up Christmas trees