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Christmas Traditions Around the World (Grade 4)

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Christmas Traditions Around the World

Many French speaking nations eat a cake called bûche de Noël which is shaped like a                .
  1. Christmas Tree
  2. Yule Log
  3. Santa Claus
  4. Present box
What is the name of the traditional bringer of gifts in England?
  1. Santa Claus
  2. Krampus
  3. Sinterklaas
  4. Father Christmas
Father Christmas and Santa Claus are the same character.
  1. True
  2. False
On what day does Santa Claus arrive in Armenia?
  1. The Winter Solstice
  2. Christmas Eve
  3. New Years Eve
  4. The Epiphany
The use of poinsettias as a Christmas decoration began in Mexico.
  1. True
  2. False
What is a rosca de reyes and when is it eaten?

The person who finds the baby Jesus hidden in the rosca de reyes must bake the cake for the next year.
  1. True
  2. False
According to the Library of Congress, the use of outdoor electric Christmas lights originated in New York.
  1. True
  2. False
Firework displays are common parts of Christmas celebrations in Central America.
  1. True
  2. False
Part of Christmas celebrations in Jamaica, a Junkanoo is a                           .
  1. nativity play
  2. sweet pastry
  3. type of caroling
  4. parade with masked dancers
In Central Europe, Christmas Eve is the main day for celebrating.
  1. True
  2. False
In many Eastern European countries the deliverer of gifts is not Santa Claus, but                  .
  1. Odin
  2. Zwarte Piet
  3. Old Man Winter
  4. Grandfather Frost
The Christkind delivers presents in many parts of Central Europe.
  1. True
  2. False
The Christmas tree originated in which country?
  1. France
  2. England
  3. Germany
  4. United States
Who is Knecht Ruprecht?

Joulupukki's name, the Finnish deliverer of gifts, means "Yule goat".
  1. True
  2. False
Cod prepared by soaking in lye, a traditional Christmas dish in Norway, is called what?
  1. glogg
  2. lutefisk
  3. halászlé
  4. christstollen
On the evening of December 5th, Krampusnacht, the character of Krampus delivers gifts to good children in many Eastern European countries.
  1. True
  2. False
What is the day after Christmas called in England?

Based on Saint Nicholas, Sinterklaas supposedly comes to the Netherlands from which country every year?
  1. Norway
  2. Turkey
  3. Spain
  4. Italy
A game of field hockey called                is played in Ethiopia on Christmas day.
Christmas dinner at KFC is popular in Japan.
  1. True
  2. False

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