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Christmas Crossword Puzzle

Christmas is almost upon us, and that means it’s time for gingerbread men, stockings and a visit from our favorite gift giver and his nine reindeer. Test your knowledge of this holiday season by filling in Kidzworld’s Christmas crossword puzzle! See if you can beat the clock by reading the clues (Down and Across) and filling in your answers (remember: they have to fit!). If you need help with any of the clues, just hit the "Hint" button; if you want to save your puzzle for later, click on "Save." Good luck!

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madymoo

madymoo wrote:

Was fun :)
commented: Thu Jan 30, 2014

missy878

missy878 wrote:

it wont show
commented: Sun Dec 25, 2011

sparkles11211

sparkles11211 wrote:

thats easy exept for a couple I enjoyed it
commented: Fri Dec 23, 2011

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