i.e. The Number of days of Christmas (12) + The number of Wise Men (3) x The number of Turtle Doves (2) = 30

Now try these (They get harder as they go!!!):

- The Number of Gold Rings x The Number of Santa’s Reindeer x The Number of French Hens =
- The Number of Days in December – The Number of Mince Pies in a Bakers Dozen – The Number of Christmas Number Ones by The Beatles =
- The Number of Points on The Star of David x The Number of Ghosts in ‘The Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens x The Number of Christmas Eve =
- The Number of Drummer’s Drumming – The Number of Members in a Carol Singing Quartet x The Number of After Eight Mints in a standard Packet =
- The Number of copies of ‘White Christmas’ by Bing Crosby sold since 1942 (in Millions) – The Number of the Century in which the Hanging of a stocking at Christmas first appeared in England =
- The Number of the Year that The Christmas Cracker was invented – The Number of The Year in which ‘Silent Night’ was written =
- The Number of The Year in which Cliff Richard had a Christmas number one with ‘Mistletoe and wine’ – The Number of The Year in which ‘Slade’ had a hit with Merry Christmas Everyone’ x The Number of Christmas Number Ones by The Spice Girls =
- The Number of New Year’s Eve – The Number of Days in February in a ‘Leap Year’ x The Number of ‘The Miracle on? th Street’ – The Number of what ‘My True Love Gave To me =
- The Number of The Century from when the ‘X’ in Christmas originated – The Number of The Day In December when Children in the Netherlands leave out clogs for St. Nicholas – The Number of ‘Lords a Leaping =
- The Number of Heritage Lodge – The Number of The Year in which it was Consecrated – The Number of Freemasons Hall in Great Queen Street, London – The Number of The Year The United Grand Lodge of England was formed – The Number of The Year Sir Lucius Curtis PGM (Hants) Presided over Grand Lodge =

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