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Free Christmas Trivia games are fun and free – perfect for your next Christmas gathering, White Elephant Exchange, or Ugly Sweater Party!

Do you know what Frosty’s last words were? This Christmas Trivia game will be the perfect addition to your next holiday party and will provide not only thinking, but laughs too!


Christmas Trivia game printable ready for download.

Christmas Trivia PRINTABLE

Are you going to any Christmas parties this December? Or perhaps you’re hosting one?

We love Christmas parties and really enjoy planning games for them. We almost always have a White Elephant Exchange, a Saran Wrap Ball Game (our kids’ favorite), and some Holiday Trivia games. We of course include plenty of holiday goodies.

With that in mind, we put together these Free Christmas Trivia printable games to use at your next holiday get-together.

How to play

From Christmas movie questions or Christmas history, you will find a large variety of topics covered on each quiz.

JUST PRINT! All you have to do is download and print (questions and answers will be on the same PDF), and it will provide loads of fun at your next party!

We like to have couples compete against couples and always offer a prize to whoever gets the most correct. Here are some ideas of prizes we like to gift:

Christmas Trivia Questions for free Christmas trivia games for download.

Ways to play

Individually or in pairs. Pass out the trivia form and a pencil to all players. Set a timer and let players fill in the answers. After the timer ends, read out the answers and allow people to tally their correct answers. The person/team who got the most correct wins.

  • Have a couple of tricky tie-breaking questions on hand if needed.
  • Every family has one or two well-meaning cheaters. To avoid this, collect the pencils and pass out red pens for checking. Also, have people put their phones away and watch for sneaky peekers. 😉

Divide into two groups. For every round; one player from each group stands before a bell or buzzer. After the question is asked, the first person who rings the bell gets to answer the question. If they are correct, they earn a point. If they are not correct, they lose their point and the other team player has a chance to answer. Some variations include:

  • Assign different questions with a higher point value. Just announce the value before asking the question.
  • Have the two players start at the back of the room and race toward a whiteboard, large paper, or chalkboard. The first person to write down the correct answer gets the point(s). 

Christmas Jeopardy Game. Another fun way to use the trivia questions is to easily create a Christmas Jeopardy Game. Sort the questions into categories such as Christmas Movies, Christmas Movie Quotes, Christmas Songs, Christmas Decorations, Santa, Reindeer, and Christmas Traditions.

Pick 5 questions that relate to the topic and assign a point value to each: 100, 200, 300, 400, 500. The player whose turn it is picks a category and a point value. If they answer the question correctly, they earn the points.

Some variations include: 

  • If you answer correctly you can go again.
  • If answered incorrectly you lose the chosen number of points. Alternatively, you don’t lose the points but the next player has a chance to steal the points by answering the question correctly.
  • Depending on the number of players, play this individually, as couples, or as larger teams. If playing in larger teams, each round a new player comes forward to answer.  

Again – questions and answers will be on the PDF, along with multiple versions of the quiz. 😉

Christmas Trivia Game printables ready for download.

Bonus Christmas Trivia and Answers

I’ve included some examples with a few extra Christmas trivia questions that may not be on the printouts. 

Christmas Movies/Quote ideas: 

  • Who said, “God Bless Us, Everyone!” Answer: Tiny Tim
  • In this movie, the main character went by the name of George Bailey. Answer: It’s a Wonderful Life
  • In this movie, the main character was enrolled in the Jelly of the Month Club. Answer: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation 
  • This Home Alone character coined the phrase, “Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal.” Answer: Kevin McCallister
  • Miracle on 34th street was shot at this real-life department store. Answer: Macy’s
  • Who leaves their child behind, not once, but twice? Answer: The McCallisters
  • In which movie does Christmas take on a spooky twist? Answer: The Nightmare Before Christmas
  • The Grinch stole Christmas with whose help? Answer: Max, his dog
  • Which 3 ghosts visit Scrooge on Christmas Eve? Answer: The ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future
  • This is the name of the guardian angel that saves George Bailey. Answer: Clarence
  • This animated movie quotes verses from Luke 2. Answer: Charlie Brown Christmas
  • This character almost shoots his eye out. Answer: Ralphie from A Christmas Story

Christmas Songs/Carols ideas:

  • Seven Swans a Swimming are from this popular carol. Answer: The 12 days of Christmas
  • In Jingle Bell Rock everyone is dancing and prancing around what? Answer: Jingle Bell Square
  • This chilly character came to life due to a magic hat. Answer: Frosty the Snowman
  • Which popular Christmas song was actually written for Thanksgiving? Answer: Jingle Bells
  • What is the original title of The Little Drummer Boy? Answer: Carol of the Drum
  • Name a well-known Christmas Carol from Germany. Answer: O Tannenbaum
  • This Christmas song is also the title of a movie. Answer: White Christmas
  • This specific food is memorialized in song. Answer: Figgy Pudding (Christmas Pudding)

Christmas Decor Ideas:

  • A star tops this traditional decoration. Answer: Christmas tree
  • Red berries are found on this kissing decoration. Answer: Mistletoe
  • These red and white candies are shaped like a shepherd’s staff. Answer: Candy canes
  • Which Christmas decoration comes from a French word meaning “sparkle”? Answer: Tinsel
  • Why were stockings originally hung on a fireplace? Answer: To dry
  • Where were the first gingerbread houses made? Answer: Germany

Santa Claus/Reindeer Ideas: 

  • This reindeer was left out of the reindeer games. Answer: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  • This location on earth is where Santa resides. Answer: North Pole
  • Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, and Rudolph are part of what group? Answer: Santa’s Reindeer
  • This Santa’s helper reports to Santa who is naughty or nice and often pulls pranks on the family it watches. Answer: Elf on the Shelf
  • This real-life person (who lived in what is now Turkey) became the legend of Santa. Answer: Saint Nick
  • What is Santa Claus also known as? Answer: Kris Kringle

Miscellaneous Question ideas:

  • These large animals are used to promote Coca-Cola. Answer: Polar Bears
  • This baby was born in Bethlehem. Answer: Baby Jesus
  • This author wrote A Christmas Carol. Answer: Charles Dickens
  • This train travels to the north pole on Christmas Eve. Answer: Polar Express
  • Wise men gave these three gifts. Answer: Gold, frankincense, and myrrh
  • A composer in Russia created this popular Christmas-themed ballet. Answer: The Nutcracker
  • What year did Christmas become an official holiday in the US? Answer: 1870
  • What was the first company to print Christmas cards? Answer: The Hall Brothers (Hallmark)
  • Who originally penned the famous poem “Twas the Night Before Christmas”? Answer: Clement Clark Moore
  • Which well-known fairy tale first debuted as an opera on December 23rd? Answer: Hansel and Gretel
  • Italy has a tradition of a witch dropping gifts, what is her name? Answer: Befana
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