Christmas Scrambled Sentences
Put the words back in the original order to make a sentence related to Christmas. Capitals and punctuation are clues to the first and last words.
Correctly placed words turn red.
Pick two words below to make them switch places.
Scrambled Olympic trivia fact or statement.
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Look at all the Christmas lights on that house!
How long is your school closed for the Christmas holiday?
Are you going to travel during your Christmas vacation?
As you wrap Christmas presents, remember to "Reduce, reuse, recycle."
They decorated their Christmas tree with candy canes and strings of popcorn.
Many New York City department stores create beautiful Christmas window displays.
Christmas decorations appeared at the mall even before Thanksgiving was over!
"A Christmas Carol" is a famous Christmas story by Charles Dickens.
I can't believe that you've finished your Christmas shopping already!
The group of singers went from house to house singing Christmas songs.
His family always goes out and cuts their own Christmas tree.
The Fraser Fir is one of the most popular types of Christmas trees.
Many people celebrate Christmas with a gift exchange and a big family dinner.
One way to make holiday decorations more energy efficient is to use LED lighting.
Strings of LED lights use less electricity and last longer than traditional lights.
The National Christmas Tree is a Colorado blue spruce that was planted near the White House.
America's National Christmas Tree is traditionally lit by the President in early December.
Which do you think is better for the environment, a real or an artificial Christmas tree?
I can't believe how many Christmas decorations there are in that yard!
Do you have a Christmas tree at your house during Christmas?
Are you having a turkey for Christmas dinner this year?
The class discussed whether an artificial or a natural Christmas tree is better for the environment.
Artificial Christmas trees are generally made of nonrenewable resources and are not recyclable.
In "A Christmas Carol" the greedy Scrooge is visited by three Christmas ghosts.
Artificial Christmas trees is that they can be stored and reused year after year.
Artificial Christmas trees can be prelit, predecorated, or even flat on one side to save space!
We saw an artificial Christmas tree that opens and shuts like an umbrella!
Use scarves or towels to make the wrapping part of a gift and reduce paper waste.
Be friendly to the environment by reusing gift bags and boxes to wrap your Christmas gifts.
The Fraser Fir, the Scotch Pine and the Blue Spruce are all popular Christmas trees.
He decided to wrap all his presents in recycled and recyclable wrapping paper.
In a Dr. Seuss story, the Grinch tries to steal Christmas from the citizens of Whoville.
Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, marks the official start of the Christmas shopping season.
Thomas Nast was a cartoonist who created the plump, bearded Santa Claus that we know today.
Santa Claus lives at the North Pole and drives a sleigh drawn by reindeer.
According to tradition, Santa Claus slides down the chimney to deliver gifts to children at Christmas.
One of the most popular Christmas songs is named simply, "The Christmas Song."
Real Christmas trees can be reused to provide cover for birds, wild animals and even fish.
After Christmas, real Christmas trees can be chopped into mulch and used in gardens and parks.
It takes about seven years for a tree on a Christmas tree farm to grow to full height.
With its dark green leaves and bright red flowers, the poinsettia is the perfect Christmas plant.
The poinsettia is named after Joel Poinsett who first brought the plants to the United States.
Christmas Day is the day of the year with the most house fires caused by candles.