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Christmas Songs. 100. The first line is

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    Slide 1:Jeopardy

    Slide 2:Jeopardy

    Go to the next slide by clicking mouse. Choose a category and number value clicking on the button. When you answer the question you can click on the green button to find the correct answer. To select a new question click on the yellow game board button. From the game board you can click on the blue button to see the score board.

    Slide 3:Christmas Jeopardy

    100 200 300 400 500 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500

    Slide 4:Christmas Songs 100

    The first line is “Dashing through the snow.” See Answer

    Slide 5:Christmas Songs 100 A

    What is Jingle Bells?

    Slide 6:Christmas Songs 200

    The first line is “Sleigh Bells ring, are you listening?” Answer

    Slide 7:Christmas Songs 200 A

    Answer What is “Walking in a Winter Wonderland”?

    Slide 8:Christmas Songs 300

    The country in which you would sing “Feliz Navidad.” Answer

    Slide 9:Christmas Songs 300A

    Answer What is Mexico?

    Slide 10:Christmas Songs 400

    These are the names of Santa’s reindeer in the Rudolph song. Answer

    Slide 11:Christmas Songs 400A

    Answer What are Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen, Comit and Cupid and Donner and Blitzen. And do you recall, the most famous reindeer of all, Rudolph?

    Slide 12:Christmas Songs 500

    This song contains the phrase “Fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la.” Answer

    Slide 13:Christmas Songs 500A

    What is “Deck the Halls?”

    Slide 14:Traditions 100

    This is the traditional treat left out for Santa on Christmas Eve. Answer

    Slide 15:Traditions A 100

    What are milk and cookies?

    Slide 16:Traditions 200

    This happens when you stand under mistletoe. Answer

    Slide 17:Traditions 200A

    What is kiss?

    Slide 18:Traditions 300

    The items Santa leaves bad boys and girls for Christmas. Answer

    Slide 19:Traditions 300 A

    What are coal in their stockings and switches?

    Slide 20:Traditions 400

    Where stockings are hung with care.   Answer

    Slide 21:Traditions 400A

    What is by the chimney?

    Slide 22:Traditions 500

    The name of the famous Christmas ballet enjoyed by children. Answer

    Slide 23:Traditions 500 A

    What is The Nutcracker?

    Slide 24:Christmas Movies 100

    The gift the boy wanted from Santa while at the North Pole in The Polar Express. Answer

    Slide 25:Christmas Movies 100A

    What is a bell?

    Slide 26:Christmas Movies 200

    The name of this character. Answer

    Slide 27:Christmas Movies 200A

    What is Frosty the Snowman?

    Slide 28:Christmas Movies 300

    In this movie eight-year-old Kevin McCallister is accidentally left home alone by his family while they fly off to France for Christmas vacation. Answer

    Slide 29:Christmas Movies 300A

    What is Home Alone?

    Slide 30:Christmas Movies 400

    The movie in which you will find this scene. Answer

    Slide 31:Christmas Movies 400A

    What is A Charlie Brown Christmas?

    Slide 32:Christmas Movies 500

    The name of the movie in which Ralphie, a young boy growing up in the '40's, has his little heart set on getting a Red Rider BB gun for Christmas. All he hears from adults everywhere is "You'll shoot your eye out." . Answer

    Slide 33:Christmas Movies 500A

    What is A Christmas Story?

    Slide 34:The Twelve Days of Christmas 100

    Answer The gift sent on the fifth day of Christmas.

    Slide 35:The Twelve Days of Christmas 100A

    What are five golden rings?

    Slide 36:The Twelve Days of Christmas 200

    The number of turtle doves that were sent in the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas”. Answer

    Slide 37:The Twelve Days of Christmas 200A

    Who are two turtle doves?

    Slide 38:The Twelve Days of Christmas 300

    This is sent on the eighth day. Answer

    Slide 39:The Twelve Days of Christmas 300A

    What are eight maids a milking?

    Slide 40:The Twelve Days of Christmas 400

    The number of days birds were given in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” song. Answer

    Slide 41:The Twelve Days of Christmas 400A

    What is 6?

    Slide 42:The Twelve Days of Christmas 500

    The total number of gifts given during the twelve days of Christmas. Answer

    Slide 43:The Twelve Days of Christmas 500A

    What is 78? "

    Slide 44:Christmas Decorations 100

    The traditional colors used to decorate for Christmas. Answer

    Slide 45:Christmas Decorations 100A

    What are green and red?

    Slide 46:Christmas Decorations 200

    Name two places Santa puts presents for children. Answer

    Slide 47:Christmas Decorations 200A

    What are under the tree and inside the stocking?

    Slide 48:Christmas Decorations 300

    It is red and white with stripes and looks like a shepherd’s crook. Answer

    Slide 49:Christmas Decorations 300A

    What is a candy cane?

    Slide 50:Christmas Decorations 400

    This circle of greenery is often placed on the front door of homes. Answer

    Slide 51:Christmas Decorations 400A

    What is a wreath?

    Slide 52:Christmas Decorations 500

    The red flower commonly used at Christmas. Answer

    Slide 53:Christmas Decorations 500A

    What is a poinsettia?

    Slide 54:Scoreboard

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