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NEW YEAR JEOPARODY - FUN CHRISTMAS GAMES

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Many people make these every year but break them by Feb 1
The “Ball Drop” ceremony in America happens in this city
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Category 1
TRADITIONS
Category 2
AROUND THE WORLD WORLD
Category 3
RESOLUTIONS
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HISTORY
Category 5
CELEBS OF JANUARY
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Many people make these every year but break them by Feb 1
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What are New Years Resolutions?
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Many Greeks hide this in their cake for good luck.
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What is a quarter or a gold/silver coin?
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This is the most popular New Year’s resolution.
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What is lose weight / exercise more.
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This island in San Francisco became a US federal prison on New Years day in 1934.
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What is Alcatraz?
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This professional baseball player, born on Jan 31, 1919 was the first black athlete to play Major League Baseball.
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Who is Jackie Robinson?
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UNSCRAMBLE THIS WORD:wen reya
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New Year UNSCRAMBLE THIS WORD:wen kory
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The “Ball Drop” ceremony in America happens in this city
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What is New York?
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People in this country wear red underwear on New Years Day to bring luck in the coming year.
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What is Italy?
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This gender statistically completes more of their New Year's resolutions than the other.
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What is female?
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These kinds of commercials were banned from American TV on New Years Day in 1971.
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What are cigarette ads?
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This singer, born on Jan 31, sings the song “mirrors” and performed at the 2018 Super Bowl.
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Who is Justin Timberlake?
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UNSCRAMBLE THIS WORD:wen kory
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New York
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The ball begins dropping at this time.
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What is 11:59pm?
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In Ireland, some people bang this food on the wall in order to frighten away the dead on New Years.
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What is a loaf of bread?
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Many Spanish speaking countries eat 12 of these to symbolize their hopes for each month of the new year.
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What are grapes?
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In 1972, this man hosted “New Years Rocking Eve” for the first time.
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Who is Dick Clark?
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Marcus Mumford was born on Jan 31, 1987 and is the singer of this band.
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What is Mumford and Sons?
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UNSCRAMBLE THIS WORD:iwroskreif
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Fireworks
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This tradition occurs in Pasadena, California.
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What is the Rose Bowl?
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Auld Lang Syne originated in this country.
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What is Scotland?
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After this major financial event in America, Americans had more resolutions than before.
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What is the Great Depression?
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Since 1972, 27 of these have been added to our year to keep time with the mean solar time at Greenwich.
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What is a leap second?
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This famous singer, born on Jan 8, 1935, got his first guitar when he was 11 years old and paid $4 to make his first record.
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Who is Elvis Presley?
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UNSCRAMBLE THIS WORD:ranjyau
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January
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This song is normally sung when then New Year begins.
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What is Auld Lang Syne?
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This calendar determines the date of the Chinese New Year.
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What is the Lunar Calendar?
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Babylonians did this for their gods on New Year's as their "resolutions."
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What is return borrowed objects and pay off debts?
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It was because of this restriction that the ball was not lowered in 1942 and 1943.
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What is Wartime Restriction?
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Oprah was born on Jan 29, but her original name was this.
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What is Orpah?
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UNSCRAMBLE THIS WORD:ssutoinerlo
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Resolutions
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