Holidays mean fun and what's more fun than some Christmas party games? Having an office party? Trivia games are perfect for a holiday office party and you'll find some fun office Christmas party games below like 'Name the Logo. I came up with a party game for my christmas party. I made a list of things or people relating to Christmas. When they come into the party I will put a sticker on their back with something written on it. Throughout the party. Whether you're hosting a Christmas party for kids at home or at school or at church, here are some great ideas for fun Christmas games for kids. These Christmas party games will entertain young and old alike at your next Christmas party.
Christmas Party Game Ideas. Make your holiday party a hit with one of these games. Whether you are having a Christmas party with family and friends or an office party with co- workers, here's a list of games that will add some fun to your celebration. Fill the Christmas stocking. Divide into teams and have the participants race to fill their team's hanging stocking with a spoonful of wrapped candy.Â 2. Christmas gift wrap relay.
Set up assembly lines of gifts, boxes, scissors, wrapping paper, ribbon, and tape for each team. Either have each player wrap one gift or make an assembly line of workers. Then race to wrap! Word Find. Using Christmas wordsâ€”Christmas, Poinsettia, Candy cane, etc.â€”have each person make as many smaller words from it as possible before the timer runs out. Christmas Carol Charades.
Get dramatic! You canâ€™t beat this crowd pleaser, as it is sure to bring the laughs. Photo booth. Provide silly props and backdrops for guests to use to get silly in front of a photographer (keep in mind it doesn't have to be a professional).
More Christmas Party Game Ideas. Play a Christmas version of The Tray Game, using Christmas objects (candy cane, ornament, mince pie etc) on your tray. Play the old favourite Pass The Parcel with a parcel wrapped in cheerful. Kids Christmas, Cookie Party, Christmas Cookies, Cookie Decorating Party, Christmas Ideas, Christmas Party. Elephant Gift, Christmas Games, Christmas Party Game, Christmas Ideas, Party Ideas Preschool Christmas Party Games. Christmas Party Games, Holiday Gift Exchanges, Kid's Christmas Game Ideas, Printable Games, more.
Two truths and a lie. This is a great ice breaker! Each person tells two stories about themselves, two of which are true and one that is not. A great Christmas twist is to name their three worst Christmas gifts; two would be true and one would be false. Need a better way to organize you holiday party? Save time by using Sign.
Up. Genius!Â Get started! Snowman building contest. Judge on speed or originality. Snowman wrapping contest.
Wrap a person as a snowman in toilet paper andÂ decorate. First or best one wins.
Snowball throwing contest. Make a large bulls- eye in the snow with food coloring from spray bottles. Indicate points for each circle of the target, like in darts or shuffleboard.
Everyone makes the same amount of snowballs and throws for points. Decorate a person as a Christmas tree. Using green crepe paper, ornaments, tinselâ€”whatever you can findâ€”decorate your â€œtreeâ€. First or best one wins.$ 1.
Pin the red nose on Rudolph. The Christmas version of Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Build an ice sculpture. Freeze colored water ahead of time in ice- cube trays, jello molds and yogurt containers. Place all materials on outdoor tables and haveÂ participants build sculptures or totem poles or whatever else you designate. Ornament guess. Have guests guess the total number of ornaments on the tree as they come into the party.
The closest guess wins. Christmas stocking guessing game.
Fill a large stocking with items around the house and let the kids guess what items are in the stocking. Christmas memory game. Put Christmas items on a tray and give people one minute to memorize the items. Take the tray away and have them write as many down as they can remember in 3. Holiday ABC's. Give each child or team a piece of paper with the alphabet written vertically from A to Z. Have them write a holiday word that starts with each letter.
The first one to complete the list wins. The night before Christmas. Give each person the name of some part of Santa Claus' outfitâ€”sleigh, reindeer, belly, etc.
As the host reads â€œThe Night Before Christmasâ€, each participant listens for his word and when he hears it, he stands up, turns around and sits down. When the host mentions Santa Claus, everyone changes places and participants try to get a seat. The one left out continues the story until it is complete. Name that carol. Make a list of lyrics from songs that only provides 3- 4 words from each song (not the title). The person who names all - or the most Â - songs in a certain amount of time wins. Christmas dice gift exchange. Have everyone sit in a circle and start with a gift.
Play a Christmas carol while 1- 3 dice are being passed around (space them out). Each person rolls and passes the dice.
If they roll a six, they can trade packages with whomever they want. At the end of the song, everyone keeps the package in front of him or her.
Organize the perfect holiday party or potluck.. FREE!Â Find out how easy it really is! Christmas gift fact exchange. Number each gift as it arrives. Give the person who brought the gift a corresponding number.
Have them write a little known fact about themselves and throw it into a bowl. When gift exchange starts, the host draws a fact and reads it without mentioning the package number. The person who guesses who it is first is given the package with the corresponding number. Once someone guesses correctly, they are out of the game. The game ends when there is one gift left for the host.
Gift hot potato. Pass around one unwrapped gift at a time. When the music stops, whoever holds it is out of the game, keeping the gift they are holding. Themed gift exchange.
Pick a theme for gifts to be exchanged. Everyone brings a $2. M, gifts that are red, etc). Then play the traditional take a number, steal the present game. Get what you really want gift game.
Have each person bring a wrapped gift for himself. Gifts are all mixed up and passed out. Everyone opens one gift, then must guess who bought it.
Have a list of everyone at the party so people can write down their guesses. Whoever has the most correct guesses wins. To spice it up, have everyone donate $1 to the pot. The winner gets the pot.
Birth year gifts. Before drawing names, have everyone write down the year they were born. When you buy for that person you drew, buy a gift relating to the year they were born.
Be creative! 2. 5. Christmas tie game. Use those old Christmas or ugly ties to have some fun. Give each team of two a tie.
Using only one hand one person must tie his partner's tie. First one done wins. No matter what holiday games your group decides to play, remember the point is to let go and have fun. Strive for good sportsmanship and have a sense of humor!
After all, embracing the holiday spirit is the true name of the game.Â Janis Meredith writes Jbmthinks, a blog on sports parenting and youth sports. After being a coach's wife for 2. Posted by Janis Meredith. Posted by samantha valancia on Tue Dec 2.
AM ESTI loved all these games. Posted by srilakshmi vaddenapudi on Tue Dec 2. AM ESTthe kids enjoyed playing all the games.... Posted by Pollock Fredrichson on Mon Dec 2. AM ESTThe kids LOVED these games!!
Posted by lily bowie on Sun Dec 2. AM ESTbrill! loved the games we played them the kids did love it. Posted by lily bowie on Sun Dec 2.
AM ESTI am going to use these at my Christmas party great ideas the kids will love it. Posted by Crissa Joy magno on Wed Dec 1. AM ESTthx. nakatulong tagala iya : )Posted by eleni jameson on Mon Dec 1. PM ESTthank you! you helped me with my speech for school! Posted by jean yeah on Sat Dec 1. PM ESTi really like this .
Posted by hwang jinhee on Wed Dec 9, 2. AM ESTgansahamnida.. Posted by Babatunde Tobi on Tue Dec 8, 2.
AM ESTWow!!!!! I love you for this. You just saved a life with this. Thanks a bunches. Posted by Karle Finckle on Tue Dec 1, 2. AM ESTThese are really great ideas! I cant wait for Christmas 2.
Posted by effie dsouza on Fri Nov 2. PM ESTideas are awesome!!!!!!!! Posted by dan nhix on Thu Oct 2.
AM ESTthis ideas are amazing! Posted by Gary Volin on Thu Jul 9, 2. PM ESTCan someone help me find Christmas Games for the Summer. We celebrate Christmas in the Summer and also, it goes to a good cause.
Toys For Tots. In participation with the Mayor and Police Department. Posted by larissa haley on Sun Jun 7, 2. PM ESTlove it!! It is the perfect list for a fun filled christmas party!!! Posted by Anesti Sample on Wed Mar 4, 2. PM ESTAlwsome job sigh up genise. Posted by Arissa Campos on Wed Dec 2.
PM ESTThanks for helping me with the games!(: Posted by Leeha Brownowl on Wed Dec 2. PM ESTIT'S TONIGHT PEOPLE ENJOY THESE GAM ESPosted by Ay Taiwo on Wed Dec 2.
AM ESTAwesome games , I will use these games tomorrow and I mean it! I hope you party planners use these games too! Posted by ALISON BOLSHOL on Wed Dec 2. AM ESTThese are just terrific ideas! Thank you! Posted by Very Thankful on Tue Dec 2. PM ESTGreat list of games, thank you. Posted by Kimberly Seard on Tue Dec 2.
AM ESTI can not wait until Christmas Eve 2. We are going to have a blast. Thank you. Posted by Katie Stowers on Mon Dec 2. PM ESTI am 1. 1 and I thought that some games were good but most was not. Posted by jenna white on Sun Dec 2.
PM ESTSounds great ! JENNA. Posted by Elaine Colo on Fri Dec 1. AM ESTVery helpful. Makes me imagine the output as I read each idea. Kind of fun : ) Lol : DPosted by Dulce Moraga on Wed Dec 1. PM ESTOnly 8 days till Christmas and I'm even doing candy wreaths!!! Posted by Akshat Gupta on Wed Dec 1.
AM ESTThese games seem interesting but I need ones which can be played with props from daily life. But still I'll try them out with my family. Even if they are not that easy they seem interesting. Posted by maddie wallick on Sat Dec 1. PM ESTI'm am going to try this with my friends and they sound like fun. Another fun thing to do is to pop popcorn and get food coloring if u want and then pour something sticky on the popcorn to make a popcorn ball then roll it in powder sugar and it looks like a snowball.
P. S I'm in elementary school. Posted by Joan Strandlien on Fri Dec 1. PM ESTWe always have Christmas at our home.
I bought a christmas bingo game and gifts which I put the gifts in Christmas bags. I make sure everyone gets at least two gifts. The family which includes my grandchildren and great grandchildren. They always look forward to spending Christmas with grandma and grandpa! Posted by Alicia P on Wed Dec 1. PM ESTVery helpful!!!!!! Thank you!!!!! Posted by Matthew Daniels on Wed Dec 1.
PM ESTI came up with a party game for my christmas party. I made a list of things or people relating to Christmas. When they come into the party I will put a sticker on their back with something written on it. Throughout the party they can asks other guests yes or no questions to try to figure out who/what they are.
Some things I came up with were Frosty, baby Jesus, Christmas Tree, Star, Santa, ornament, christmas cookie, etc. Posted by Kieran O'Rourke on Mon Dec 8, 2.