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Festive Flaws | 50 Christmas Facts Quiz

Festive Flaws | 50 Christmas Facts Quiz

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It's as if these facts took a tumble with mischievous gremlins or met The Krampus themselves. Your challenge? Fix each fact with just one small change. Some fixes might be obvious, while others will be sneakier.

Join the fun and take on this puzzle of correcting quirky facts. While most mistakes are about facts, we've sprinkled in a few word challenges—perfect for English teachers!

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