Deck the virtual halls with rounds of Christmas!
This is the moment the virtual office has been waiting for all year. You’ve sent the e-invites and made the best festive playlist. The virtual Christmas party ideas are in full swing, so what’s next? As far as activities go, you’ve selected a mix of fun virtual games and festive-themed icebreakers. Everyone loves a quiz, so we’ve composed the best virtual holiday party trivia questions.
If you’re searching for virtual activities that your virtual team can enjoy together, we have a few ideas. A quiz is a perfect way for everyone to join in and you can reward your employees with some prizes. Here are 30 virtual holiday party trivia questions to get the team ready for the festivities.
Q: True or false: You are supposed to light all of the candles on the first night of Hanukkah.
Q: What year was the phrase “X-mas” invented?
A: The mid-1500s by the Greeks.
Q: What year was Christmas declared a national holiday?
Q: What did the other reindeer not let Rudolph do because of his shiny red nose?
A: Join in any reindeer games
Q: What is the meaning of “Hanukkah” mean?
A: Hanukkah” means “dedication”
Q: Who was the first U.S. president to recognize Hanukkah in the White House?
A: Jimmy Carter in 1979
Q: What is the name of the candle holder for Kwanzaa?
Q: If you were born on Christmas Day, what zodiac sign would you be?
Q: Which is more popular for buying gifts: Black Friday or Cyber Monday?
A: Black Friday
Q: True or false: Christmas originally began as a pagan holiday.
Q: Discovered in 1643, Christmas Island is an external territory of which country?
Q: Which sports league has played a game on Christmas Day almost every year since 1946?
Q: In Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” what was Mr Scrooge’s first name?
Q: Which popular Christmas beverage is also called “milk punch?”
Q: Joe Pesci stars as ‘Harry’ in which 1990 Christmas comedy?
A: Home Alone
Q: What Bing Crosby song is the best-selling single ever?
A: White Christmas
Q: How many ghosts are in the novel “A Christmas Carol”?
Q: In the early 1800s, the first gingerbread houses were allegedly inspired by what fairy tale?
A: Hansel and Gretel
Q: “Miracle on 34th Street” is based on what real-life department chain?
Q: What traditional Christmas decoration do people usually kiss under?
Q: Where was baby Jesus born?
A: In Bethlehem
Q: What year did Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” come out?
Q: In “The Muppet Christmas Carol,” who played Scrooge?
A: Michael Caine
Q: Who sings “Chestnuts roasting on an open fire”?
A: Nat King Cole
Q: According to myth, what holiday sweets were shaped to resemble a shepherd’s staff, as a way to remind children of the shepherds who visited baby Jesus?
A: Candy canes
Q: Who originally sang “Santa Baby?”
A: Eartha Kitt
Q: This holiday film became a Christmas classic three decades after its initial release when studio rights expired and television stations started airing the flick on repeat.
A: It’s a Wonderful Life.
Q: What are the names of all eight Reindeer in “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer?”
A: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen.
Q: During Christmas of 1965, astronauts broadcast which holiday song from space?
A: Jingle Bells.
Q: Which article of clothing makes Frosty the Snowman come to life?
This year’s office holiday parties will probably feel a little different than the get-togethers that we’re used to. Don’t worry. You can still celebrate the year end with our top 30 virtual holiday party trivia questions. It’s still important to end the year on a joyous tone, connect with your colleagues, and enjoy the year together – even if it’s on the virtual sphere.