Name That Christmas Tradition

Are you looking for Christmas trivia facts to quiz your family and friends? We’ve designed our game of Christmas Traditions Around the World with three difficulty levels, so you can choose easy questions for kids, medium difficulty questions for adults or seriously hard questions for trivia experts! To make this game even easier at your party, see below where we’ve turned our games into printable PDFs with separate question and answer sheets. Children of all ages will recognize the Christmas tradition trivia questions about Santa, while adults can answer with general knowledge and advanced knowledge of the holiday season from around the world. Have fun with these great Christmas questions to ask, and we hope you have happy holidays!

PRO TIP: Give a prize to the guest who answers the most trivia facts correctly! Gift them a personalized ornament to represent Christmas Traditions with your party’s date written on it so they have a keepsake as a fun trophy. They’ll hang the ornament on their family tree every year, and when you invite all of your friends back, everyone will participate in your party’s new tradition.


A party wouldn’t be complete without FAMILY CHRISTMAS GAMES or FREE CHRISTMAS PARTY GAMES FOR ADULTS. Countries have different ways of celebrating the holidays and unique traditions. Test your knowledge with this CHRISTMAS TRIVIA from around the world.

  1. Print a copy of our Christmas Tradition game for each of your guests.

  2. In order to make our trivia appropriate for your party, we have:
    a. Easy Name That Christmas Tradition
    b. Medium Name That Christmas Tradition
    c. Difficult Name That Christmas Tradition

  3. Print one copy of the answers to have handy.
    a. Easy Name That Christmas Tradition Answers
    b. Medium Name That Christmas Tradition Answers
    c. Difficult Name That Christmas Tradition Answers


  1. You can play this in teams or individually.

  2. If you are doing this individually, make sure you have plenty of pens or pencils handy so people can mark their sheets.

  3. If you are playing in teams, you can simply ask the questions one by one, alternating which team gets to answer, or have the entire team fill out the quiz and whichever team or family group has the most correct wins.

Written by Dianne Weller