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    Slide 1:Holiday Jeopardy

    Ho Ho Ho! Click on me to return to the game board.

    Slide 3:Music for $100

    What song contains the phrase fa la la la la la la la la? Jingle Bells Silent Night Deck the Halls

    Slide 4:Music for $200

    What is roasting on an open fire in the Christmas song? marshmallows chestnuts hot dogs

    Slide 5:Music for $300

    Who is coming to town in the popular Christmas carol? Rudolph Santa Mrs. Claus

    Slide 6:Music for $400

    In the song about Rudolph, what is the weather like on Christmas Eve? foggy frightful snowy

    Slide 7:Music for $500

    How many turtle doves were sent in the song The Twelve Days of Christmas? seven five two

    Feliz Navidad! Click on me to return to the game board.

    Slide 9:Food for $100

    What are latkes? cookies candy canes potato pancakes

    Slide 10:Food for $200

    Name a food item people often string together to make garland? pasta popcorn beans

    Slide 11:Food for $300

    Which is a holiday drink? egg nog sprite chocolate milk

    Slide 12:Food for $400

    In Swahili, the word Kwanzaa means what? fresh fruits first fruits second fruits If you get this correct, you earn $800!

    Slide 13:Foods for $500

    What country might serve turron for dessert? France Italy Spain

    Sweet as a candy cane! Click on me to return to the game board.

    Slide 15:Around the World for $100

    What is the Jewish holiday celebrated in December? Hanukkah Kwanzaa La Posada

    Slide 16:Around the World for $200

    In what country would you wish someone Feliz Navidad? France England Mexico

    Slide 17:Around the World for $300

    In what country would you wish someone Joyeux Noel? Sweden Germany France

    Slide 18:Around the World for $400

    What is Santa Claus called in England? St. Nicholas Father Christmas Sinterklaas

    Slide 19:Around the World for $500

    What do Dutch children leave out for Santa to fill with presents? wooden shoes stockings a shopping bag

    No lumps of coal for you! Click on me to return to the game board.

    Slide 21:Traditions for $100

    What happens when you stand under the mistletoe? reindeer fly it falls on your head you get kissed

    Slide 22:Traditions for $200

    What do bad boys and girls get for Christmas? time out coal in their stockings candy canes

    Slide 23:Traditions for $300

    What is the name of the famous singing chipmunk? Chubby Alvin Chip

    Slide 24:Traditions for $400

    What was Scrooges favorite saying in A Christmas Carol? Bug off! Bah, Humbug! Jiminy Cricket!

    Slide 25:Traditions for $500

    What do people hang on their doors at Christmas? mistletoe wreaths poinsettia

    Happy Holiday! Click on me to return to the game board.

    Slide 27:Santa for $100

    Which are three of Santas reindeer? Frosty, Scrooge, and Tiny Tim Blitzen, Cupid, and Prancer Rudolph, Alvin, and Comet

    Slide 28:Santa for $200

    Where does Santa live? Alaska South Pole North Pole

    Slide 29:Santa for $300

    What is another name for Santa Claus? Kris Kringle Kristmas Karol Christopher Columbus

    Slide 30:Santa for $400

    Who was chosen to lead Santas sleigh on Christmas eve? Dasher Dancer Rudolph

    Slide 31:Santa for $500

    How many times does Santa check his list? thrice once twice

    With your team, decide how much to wager.

    Slide 33:What is the name of the famous Christmas ballet enjoyed by children?

    A Christmas Carol The Nutcracker Swan Lake