British Christmas Traditions
Many of these traditions exist in other countries around the world, however there are some differences. Enjoy and Merry Christmas! 10 Questions.
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From 1st December many children count down to Christmas using a special calender, which often has pictures or chocolates hidden behind small doors, what is this calender called?
Count down Calender
All of these are used
On Christmas Eve (December 24th) young children are often eagerly awaiting the arrival of this man, also known as Santa Clause, what other name does he go by in Britain?
What type of bird is most often eaten on Christmas Day
As well as gifts, on the days leading up to Christmas British people often send, give and receive these, what are they?
Going back to question two, what do British children often leave for this visitor who comes on Christmas Eve?
Mince pie and a glass of sherry
Milk and a cookie
tea and cake
At the Christmas dinner table, sometimes before the meal, these things are pulled to reveal a paper hat, a small gift and joke or motto, what are they called?
In Britain it is tradition to kiss someone if you find yourself underneath this plant, what?
A very British tradition is either listening to on the radio or watching on TV what?
A Christmas Poem
The Christmas Story from the Bible
A story about Father Christmas
The Queen's Speech
People up and down the whole of Britain decorate their houses with lots of lights and decorations, why?
To show off
To raise money for charity
Just because it looks pretty
All of these are reasons
What type of cake is a traditional British Christmas cake?
Plain sponge with Jam
Rich Fruit cake
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