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Two gapfill quizzes on the subject of Christmas crackers
Remember you can check the meaning of any word by copying and pasting it into the Dictionary Box on the right, and then looking it up in the dictionary of your choice.
Click and drop - Fill the gaps by clicking on a word or expression in the top box (in grey) and then on its corresponding box. If you change your mind just repeat the process.
Christmas Crackers Part 1. Read through the text first, ignoring the gaps, then select suitable words to fill the boxes.
Christmas Crackers Part 2. Read through the text first, ignoring the gaps, then select suitable words to fill the boxes.
- More Christmas cracker jokes - Six matching exercises
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- Woodlands Junior School - Award-winning website for learning about British traditions. Lots about Christmas.
- Tom Smith Crackers - Tom Smith's company, still going strong.
- Absolutely Crackers - The History of crackers
- Old English Crackers - How to make your own crackers
- STV video - On YouTube, make your own