Christmas Quiz Primary Resource
Download our fun quiz about all things Christmas!
This Culture primary resource is a fun, festive quiz for children, covering a range of Christmas themes and topics. How did Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem? What was Ebenezer Scrooge’s catchphrase? Which country is the Christmas tree a gift from?
Pupils will be asked 24 questions about Christmas in our National Geographic Kids’ Christmas quiz primary resource, divided into six rounds: festive trivia, films & books, music, food, Christmas around the world and the Nativity story.
The teaching resource can be used either as a printed handout for each pupil, or for display on the interactive whiteboard for a group/class activity.
Answers to the quiz can be found at the bottom of this page.
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This Christmas primary resource assists with teaching the following Early and First level Religious Education in Roman Catholic Schools objectives from the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence:
- I am familiar with the Christmas story and I know that at Christmas we celebrate the birth of Jesus the Son of God and Son of Mary.
- I can recognise Easter and Christmas as special times for the Christian Community.
Christmas Quiz Answers
Round 1: 1) c, 2) b, 3) b, 4) a – it is a gift to say thanks for Britain’s support during World War 2.
Round 2: 1) a, 2) c, 3) a – King Herod wanted to kill him, 4) c – Frankincense is also a type of resin. Gold is, well, gold.
Round 3: 1) a, 2) a, 3) b, 4) c
Round 4: 1) b, 2) a, 3) c, 4) a.
Round 5: 1) a, 2) b , 3) a, 4) c,
Round 6: 1) TRUE 2) TRUE 3) FALSE 4) TRUE 5) FALSE – it’s ‘Feliz Navidad’