Holiday Quizzes

Today's Featured Game

'The Star-Spangled Banner' Clickable Lyrics
Who even uses the word 'spangled'?
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Easter Eggs

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US Patriotic Songs
Sing with gusto, now! (That is, if you know the words.)
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Countries With July Independence Days
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Name the world countries that have their independence day fall in the month July.
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Summer Typing Challenge
Typing won't give you a tan. But don't blame the keyboard.
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NOT a US Federal Holiday
The decoy answers might not be REAL holidays, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't celebrate them.
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Flag Day (US): True or False
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Can you answer each question about the US Holiday Flag Day and flag etiquette as either True (T) or False (F)?
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National Day - Around the World (Slideshow)
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Name the countries based on pictures of their National Day celebrations.
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Word Ladder: 4th of July (What We Won)
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Name the Word Ladder: 4th of July (What We Won).
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Happy 'Go Fishing Day' - June 18
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In honor of 'Go Fishing Day', can you name these famous people enjoying the day with the ole' Rod & Reel?
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Famous Fathers by List of Kids
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Can you match each list of kids with their famous father?
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Mixed Word: Father's Day
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Name the real and fictitious fathers from history and culture*.
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Famous Fathers
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Name the phrases that contain the word father, dad, etc..
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Holidays: Sorting Blitz
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Can you sort (i.e. click in order) these holiday-related terms? Use the repeated pattern of Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas.
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Holiday by cupcake
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Name the holidays by cupcake.
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U.S. Federal Holiday Free Months
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Name the months that DON'T contain a U.S. federal holiday.
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Holiday Books: The Subtitles
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Given the subtitle for each of these non-fiction books about holidays, can you pick the title?
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Historical Mothers Click
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Can you find the famous mother when given one of her children?
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Canstruction: Holidays
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Name the images associated with holidays and occasions made entirely out of cans.
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Typing Challenge: 100 Cinco de Mayo Words
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Name the 100 words relating to Cinco de Mayo in this progressively longer typing marathon.
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Cinco de Mayo (A-Z)
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Name the following facts about Cinco de Mayo starting with each letter of the alphabet.
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Trivia Tree
You never know where the trivia tree will take you, so be ready for anything.
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Holiday by Greeting Card
How many of these did you get from your grandmother growing up?
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Fictional Rabbits & Bunnies
The Easter Bunny approves of this quiz.
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Longest-Running St. Paddy's Day Parades
Other cities are just green with envy.
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Friday and 13: The Clickable Love Story
Why not embrace the connection?
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Star-Crossed Lovers Match-Up
We're looking at you, Shakespeare.
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U.S. City by Fireworks
Let's start this new year with a bang!
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Same-Date Holiday Match-Up
These holidays won't budge. You can pen them in your planner from now to eternity.
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Christmas Lyrics: Pick the First Line
This is how Yoda would sing Christmas songs.
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I'm Dreaming of a Sporcle Christmas
'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house not a creature was stirring, not even a Sporcle globe.
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The Grinch Song
Only play this quiz if you're prepared to sing in the voice of Thurl Ravenscroft.
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Holiday Editor: zalkon2004

Recent popular comments in Holiday

  1. 'The Star-Spangled Banner' Clickable Lyrics
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    To all Americans from a European, enjoy a nice Independence Day!
  2. NOT a US Federal Holiday
    33
    This quiz omits "The Friday before the federal holiday that's taking place on a weekend, dammit, or alternatively the Monday after the weekend as long as you clear it with Bob in HR."
  3. NOT a US Federal Holiday
    32
    washingtons birthday is still a holiday? I thought Washington and Lincolns birthday were combined into Presidents day.
  4. US Patriotic Songs
    17
    The US is the "Republic" in the Battle Hymn of the Republic - it was very popular during the Civil War. Maybe there will be a sequel with This Land is Your Land, the Star Spangled Banner, and You're a Grand Old Flag??? :)
  5. NOT a US Federal Holiday
    17
    fun fact: "Washington's Birthday" (the third Monday in February) is never celebrated on George Washington's actual birthday (February 22nd)...
  6. 'The Star-Spangled Banner' Clickable Lyrics
    16
    So maybe this is just my confusion, but I didn't realize that each time it was expecting the next line in the song, not that I had to click in order. In other words, I misclicked once (line 5), then couldn't figure out why it wouldn't accept the next line in the song (because it was expecting me to choose line 6, not line 5). I don't know if you want to change the clues to say "Click the first line, click the second line, etc" or if I'm the only one who had the problem, but I figured I mention it in case I wasn't the only one.
  7. NOT a US Federal Holiday
    14
    The official definition of federal holidays comes from 5 USC 6103 of the U.S. Code. It includes "Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., the third Monday in January" and "Washington’s Birthday, the third Monday in February." Straight out of federal law.
  8. US Patriotic Songs
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    "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" was written by Julia Ward Howe during the Civil War, and many of the lyrics reference the war and the battles being fought, the original lyrics in the final verse being "As He died to make men holy, let us die to make men free." Julia Ward Howe was an abolitionist, and used religious imagery in her lyrics, which were set to the tune of another abolitionist song, "John Brown's Body." It may not specifically say "America" and reference pilgrims in the lyrics, but it's definitely an American song about the United States.
  9. US Patriotic Songs
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    I think the Star-Spangled Banner should be included considering it is the national anthem.
  10. NOT a US Federal Holiday
    12
    O Whacking Day O Whacking Day, Our hallowed snake skull cracking day...