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Can you solve these Christmas brain teasers?

PUBLISHED: 10:51 24 December 2017

Test yourself with our Christmas brain teaser. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO

Test yourself with our Christmas brain teaser. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO

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Watch our Christmas brain teaser video and see how well you do.

Test your family and friends with this Christmas brain teaser – see if you can find the sprout hiding amongst the elves, the Christmas cracker hiding with the presents, and Yoda amongst the Grinches.

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But there is more to the calendar than ripping open doors to get chocolate before starting your day.

Advent is an important part of the Christian calendar as it is the period before Christmas which celebrates the birth of Jesus.

Advent means ‘coming’ and starts on the Sunday closest to November 30.

Some churches will have an advent wreath which will have five candles – one for each of the four Sundays leading up to Christmas Day and then one for Christmas Day.

Do you have an advent calendar? Let us know by voting in our poll.

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