1. & 2. Santa's liberated wife.
5. Help! If you play with fire you'll need First_ _ _.
6. Must have. "Do you _ _ _ _ any help trimming the tree?"
8. Sticks and stones will break your bones but _ _ _ _ _ will never hurt you!
10. One time, as in "Christmas comes but _ _ _ _ a year."
12. If you look you may even _ _ _ Santa!
14. It's Christmas songs and a girl's name!
15. Santa's rush season.
18. Don't count your _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ before they're unwrapped!
21. "Help ! I've eaten too much candy !" (International distress signal)
23. 'Tis the season to be merry and warmly dressed.
24. More than once. Encore!
26. Shine brightly. The tree will _ _ _ _ _ _ _ with all those silver and gold trimmings.
28. "Easy Rider" on a sleigh. Ms. Claus's husband.
29. Rudolph's was red. How's yours?
*On the diagonal
2. Red and white striped candy _ _ _ _.
3. Little white _ _ _ _.
4. _, B, C, _, & _.
7. Opposite of don't.
9. Money for the poor, given especially at Christmas.
11. Opposite of far.
13. Santa's night on the town, Christmas _ _ _.
14. Cats love it, and so do kids, especially when it's called ICE _ _ _ _ _.
*15. It's good but not good for you . . . but Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without it.
16. Winter, summer, fall and spring. Four a year.
*17. You can stuff it with your foot or hang it over the fireplace and let Santa do the job.
19. They taste delicious, but aren't very reliable friends!
*20. A tall story, it also makes sweaters and ties gifts!
22. Bob Cratchit probably ate it for breakfast. They used to call it porridge, but we know it as
23. Opposite of cool.
25. A very little kid. Santa just loves them!
26. A raisin's mom, come in bunches. You could even trim a tree with them!
27. It's a great tie for presents, but have you ever eaten _ _ _ _ _ _ candy?