Thanksgiving is a truly American holiday. Families get together for dinner and fun. Most people know the origin of Thanksgiving, but most do not know all the facts and trivia associated with Thanksgiving.
This article shares Thanksgiving trivia, facts, and some fun activities for your family get-together. You will find some fun Thanksgiving trivia questions and answers to stump your guests. Additionally, we have a Thanksgiving Quiz to test your knowledge. We close this article with a list of Thanksgiving activities and games.
It is time for Christmas and everything associated with the holiday – gift shopping, great food, and family gatherings. Make your festivities more fun with a game of Christmas trivia questions and answers or use our trivia lists for a Christmas trivia quiz. You can also become a Christmas expert with our selection of Christmas trivia. Start at the beginning of the article or choose a section covering your favorite Christmas trivia. We have also included some guidelines for using Christmas trivia games.
Almost everyone attends a party on New Year’s Eve. Make your party original with our New Year’s Party ideas for food and fun. Our New Year’s Eve party games for every age help create a memorable party guests will talk about all year long. Most only require a bit of planning and no special supplies. So, get ready for the best New Year’s party ever!
Just as with every holiday we celebrate, Halloween has many surprising facts that many people do not know. We have listed Halloween trivia questions and answers to use at a party or to test your knowledge of Halloween. We have also included interesting facts, many of which are new to most people. Additionally, we have made suggestions on the best way to use our Halloween trivia questions and answers.
Riddles are fun! Everyone enjoys trying to solve riddles or stump their friends with a particularly difficult one. Not only are riddles enjoyable, there are also several benefits to solving riddles. Continue reading
Easter, celebrated in the spring of every year in the Western world, has a great deal of trivia and interesting facts associated with it. Some are historical, some religious, and some just plain fun. Countries all over the world have their own traditions, food, and special holiday fun. In this article, you will find Easter trivia questions (some with answers), interesting Bible trivia, and Easter trivia facts. Use our lists for parties, to challenge your friends, and to learn more about this interesting celebration for yourself.
Ah, Christmas. They say it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Gifts, festivities, and a butt load of great food – who wouldn’t want to revel in the promise of joy that the Christmas season brings? Needless to say, this time of year gives most people the reason to spend time with family, friends, and the people that matter the most. So get-togethers and parties are standard fare when it comes to Christmas. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is perhaps one of the most widely celebrated and deeply enjoyed holidays of the year across millions of families in the United States. Maybe it’s because it combines some of our favorite things – no work, no school, the company of good family and friends, and of course, tons of great food. So yes, you could say that the day was specially configured to make it particularly easy to think of all the things you might feel grateful for. Continue reading
With the spookiest time of the year upon us, there are tons of preparations that need to be made. Decorations, costumes, candies, and treats – Halloween presents the opportunity for lots of fun, frolic, and fright as you enjoy the festivities with the guys and ghouls who mean the most to you. But aside from all the paraphernalia, coming prepared with a few fun puns should lighten any Halloween conversation. Continue reading
Bulletin board creation usually elicits one of two responses. “Yeah, I get to assemble one,” or “Oh, no! What in the world will I use for that space?” Either response needs a new, creative, and fun idea for bulletin board creation. Continue reading