This might be a great Christmas activity to do on Christmas Eve. Before putting the little ones to bed, gather them around and read the Christmas Story together, AFTER you have taken this fun quiz.
The complete quiz is posted on my Journey Thoughts blog, but here are a few questions to whet your appetite:
1. How did Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem?
- Joseph walked, Mary rode a donkey
- Who knows?
2. What did the innkeeper tell Mary and Joseph?
- There is no room at the inn
- I have a stable you can use
- Come back after the Christmas rush
- None of the above
3. Jesus was delivered in a:
4. A manger is a:
- stable for domestic animals
- wooden hay storage bin
- feeding trough
5. According to the Bible, which animals were present at Jesus’ birth?
- cows, sheep, goats
- cows, donkeys, sheep
- miscellaneous barnyard animals
- lions, tigers and bears
- we don’t know
6. Who saw the star in the east?
- Mary and Joseph
- Magi (aka Wise Men)
- both shepherds and Magi
- none of the above
7. Where did the Magi find Jesus?
- in the manger
- in the stable
- in an inn
- in a house
The complete quiz can be found at this link: http://lynndove.com/2013/12/04/a-christmas-quiz/
Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year!
Lynn Dove calls herself a Christ-follower, a wife, a mom, a grandmother, a teacher and a writer (in that order). She is the author of award winning books: The Wounded Trilogy. Her blog, Journey Thoughts won a Canadian Christian Writing Award - 2011. She has also had essays published in "Mother of Pearl: Luminous Lessons and Iridescent Faith" and "Chicken Soup for the Soul - Parenthood" (March 2013), Devotional Stories for Wives: 101 Daily Devotions to Comfort, Encourage, and Inspire You (Sept. 2013) O Canada The Wonders of Winter: 101 Stories about Bad Weather, Good Times, and Great Sports (Nov. 2013) and Miracles Happen: 101 Inspirational Stories about Hope, Answered Prayers, and Divine Intervention (Feb. 14). She was most recently awarded Literary Classics International Book Awards - Seal of Approval and Silver Medal in Young Adult Faith-based fiction for her book Love the Wounded. Readers may connect with Lynn on Facebook, Twitter and on her blogs: Journey Thoughts and Word Salt or on her website: www.shootthewounded.org