Where does Santa Claus live? (1 correct answer)
- According to Americans, Santa Claus lives at the North Pole. This was first mentioned by the American artist Thomas Nast, who painted a series of funny pictures for children with funny scenes from the life of Santa. He talked about how Santa lives at the North Pole and keeps a book in which he writes down the good and bad deeds of children.
Santa Claus is called differently in different countries. Guess which 2 answers are wrong. Two incorrect answers:
- Exacustodian and Amphilochius are Russian male names. All other names are real: Santa Claus (Santa Claus) — USA. Sinterklaas or Sintaklaas (Sinterklass) — (Netherlands / Holland) Yollupukki — (Finland) Babbo Natale — Italy Zyuzya — Belarus Pere Noel — France Jultomten — Sweden Phaser Christmas (Father Cristmas) — England Jouluvana — Estonia Shan Dan Laozhen — China Kahand Papi — Armenia.
Who helps Santa Claus receive letters from children and make toys for them? (1 correct answer)
- Correct answer: Elves.
- Right answers: Santa wears a cap. Santa wears a short and curly beard. Santa wears gloves. Santa wears boots. Santa wears a short jacket. Santa wears a leather belt with a buckle. Santa doesn’t carry a staff. Santa wears glasses. Santa carries a bag of gifts.
- Santa is on a sleigh.
Who helps Santa Claus deliver gifts to children? (1 correct answer)
- Of course, Santa is helped to deliver gifts by magical flying deer harnessed to a sleigh.
- In order for Santa to bring gifts under the tree, you need to write a letter of your desire, leave a glass of milk and cookies under the tree and hang socks on the fireplace for gifts.
How does Santa Claus come to the house to leave gifts? (2 correct answers)
- Santa enters the house through the chimney or through the window.
- Santa Claus gives gifts for Catholic Christmas — December 25.
What plant should you kiss for Christmas? (1 correct answer)
- under the mistletoe
Santa always (1 correct answer)
- plump and cheerful
They are white and fall from the sky at Christmas (1 correct answer)
We hope you and your kids enjoy a fun and interesting Christmas test!