Top #30+ Merry Christmas Games

Christmas Games: Hello friends...finding something joyous for this Christmas?.you are at the right place dear, we have a best Christmas Games and Ideas about how to play it.We care about you, and we know that in this busy day you don't have time to buy probes and make a Christmas Game.

Some of these Christmas party games you may already know, some you might never have heard of before. One thing for sure, all of them will be sure to bring lots of laughter and cheer all round whether you play them at home with friends or family or work in the office with your colleagues!

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Here, we are giving you a Christmas Game list which is easy to play, and you don't have to invest your money as well as your time, this is sure your family and your guest will love this games, so get ready for the hilarious Christmas Party for this season with our Top #10 Christmas Games.

Merry Christmas Games

REMEMBER THE BELLS:


Remember the Bells is a simple and great fun family Christmas game to play where you have cute little bells which all have letters written on them. And the aim is to remember which letter is under which bell from the two choices you can make. The person to correctly remember all letters and clear all the bells is the winner! You can make these bells from silver wrapped Hershey kisses or those little bells you hang on the tree or even some tin foil wrapped around an old penny or something.


SORT BY COLOR:


This toddler-appropriate sorting game is one part festive fun, one part educational experience. In this game, different colors of candy are in one bowl. The player should have to pick the same color candy and put it in another bowl and likewise sort every candy, player who sort candy in minimum time will win.

DUNK THE BELLS:


Don't be surprised if this energetic holiday game vaguely reminds you of your college days: To play Jingle Bell Toss, you simply shoot tiny jingle bells into your opponent's plastic cups.

PAINT A PICTURE:


These extra-vibrant "snow paints" only require two ingredients, so they're super easy to make. Plus, they're perfect for a friendly family art competition or an ice-cold game of Pictionary.in this game you just have to paint a snow and person who paints a best is a winner.

THROW A SNOWBALL:


Transform white Styrofoam cups into mini snowmen, place them into a pyramid and toss a makeshift snowball into the heap.

PIN THE RED NOSE:



A corkboard turns into a cute reindeer face with some construction paper eyes and antlers. Write each player's name on a handmade red nose, and have them pin it to the board while blindfolded.this is the fun game.

BALANCE AN ORNAMENT:



Containing equipment you already have around your house, see how many ornaments each player can balance on the side of a yard stick before they come crashing down.

ORNAMENT GUESS:


Play this game two ways one have guest guess the total number of ornaments on the tree or have them guess the number of themed ornaments on your tree Santa’s, reindeer, Disney characters, etc… so if you have a theme or favorite type of collectible use it. 

Tip count your ornament before you place them on the tree. The winner of this contest is the person coming closest to the correct number without going over

FIND IT CHRISTMAS SCAVENGER HUNT RELAY:


Divide your guest into two teams and let them know they are going to play Find It Christmas Scavenger Hunt Relay.

To play the first person of, each team will show a picture (or given a clue) of a Christmas item to find. Then that person must search the area for that item and when they find it return to the line. 

Once the Game Host confirms that the item has been found the next player is shown their Christmas thing and head off to find it. 

The first to team to find all the Christmas items, Wins the game.

TREE IN A ROW:


Tree in a Row is, of course, the classic game of 3 in a row. Or naughts and crosses. Only you can play with Christmas trees instead. Or, even make tiny little reindeer from some old wine corks. Then just paint 4 of them white and then you can play three trees or three reindeer in a row. The first person puts their color down first and whoever is first to get three in a row is the winner!

Christmas Games for Girl

TRUTH OR DARE BALLOON BURST:



The girls pass (or bop) around the balloon while the music is playing. When the music stops whoever has the balloon must pop it and complete the truth or dare inside. After they fill out the truth or dare game again with a new balloon. Make plenty of truth or dare balloons ahead of time.

SLEEPING BEAUTY:



In this game, one girl pretends like she is sleeping for one minute while the other girls do their best to get her to laugh, smile, or open her eyes. They can do whatever they can think of as long as they don’t touch her. If she makes it through the minute she gets the label of sleeping beauty or a small prize. If she doesn’t she can pick the next player to “sleep”

BLIND MAKEOVERS:



Another hilarious game is the blindfolded makeover. This is where the girls pair off, and one girl from each pair gets blindfolded. They must then attempt to give their partner a makeover using basic makeup products such a lipstick, blush, etc. After about 10 – 15 minutes call time and reveal the makeovers to both the giver and the receiver. Switch places and play again. You can decide whether you want to give out prizes for best, wildest, etc.

RING MY BELL:



Print questions for Ring My Bell.Purchase an inexpensive bell and ring it to get everyone's attention. Next, ask a list of questions, and the first person to answer each gets a point. Whoever has the most points at the end is the winner. You can also give every woman her own bell so she can "ring" in her answer, rather than shouting it out.

COOKIE COOK OFF:



If you are having a girls night near a holiday, you can have a cookie cook off. This can be done in one of two ways. First, each attendee can bake her favorite cookies at home, and then bring a plate of the cookies to the party. As a group, you can have a taste-test contest to decide who has the absolute best cookie recipe.

You can also purchase premade dough or bake a bunch of plain sugar cookies ahead of time, and then have a decorating contest. Divide your guests into groups and provide plenty of decorating supplies. Time the teams and see who can decorate the best batch of cookies in five minutes. The best part of this game? The prize is that you get to eat the cookies!

SANTA'S BEARD RELAY RACE:



Divide the teens into two teams and make them stand on one end.
Place a jar filled with cotton balls on the other end of the room.
Smear the faces of the players with Vaseline or any other petroleum jelly generously.
As you say ‘go,’ the first player of the team has to stick his/her face into the jar and try to stick as many cotton balls as possible. Then the next player in line has to go forward.
The team that accumulates the highest number of cotton balls will be the winner.

TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS RELAY:



Fill the two buckets with the items.
Divide the teens into two teams and give each team an empty bucket.
Place the two buckets filled with items at the other end of the room.
As you say ‘go,’ the team mates have to gather the items in the order of the lyrics. For example- the first player has to rush to grab the partridge and bring back to the team. The second player has to collect the turtle dove and so one.
The team that collects all the twelve items first will be the winner.

TRUTH AND LIES ABOUT CHRISTMAS GIFTS:



It’s a Christmas version of the classic game “Two Truths and a Lie”.
Number the participants. Tell the teens to sit in a circle and give them a paper and pen. When you call out a number, the kid has to stand up and write down the two gifts he believes are the worst gifts they ever received. They can even write on the made-up present in the list.
The child now has to fold the paper and put in the glass bowl.
When all the kids have submitted their paper to you, shuffle the bowl and read it out aloud.
The other players have to debate which item is the made up one.

Christmas Games for Adults


REINDEER ANTLERS:



Break everyone into teams of 3-5. Each team is given a pair of nylon stockings, 8 balloons and a tube of red lipstick.

On ‘Go’, the teams race to first inflate the balloons and then stuff them down the nylon stockings

Once the balloons have firmly stiffened the stockings, one member puts them on their head (aka their reindeer antlers)

Use the red lipstick to draw a shiny red nose of their face.

The first team to yell “Rudolph” and present their “reindeer” wins.

THE BALLOON STOMPING GAME:



Blow up a few balloons first, and tie a piece of string to the end of each one.

Each player then ties a balloon around one ankle.

On ‘Go’, all the guests (using just their feet) now try to burst other players’ balloons, but at the same time protect their own balloon

Anyone whose balloon is burst must leave the game

Last player standing wins.

For playing safety, make sure everyone knows they are only allowed to use their feet to burst the balloon.

No stamping on other people’s feet or kicking is allowed.

And make sure you have plenty of playing space.

GUESS WHOSE CHRISTMAS:



Give everyone two strips of paper, where they write out one embarrassing story on each

Collect the pieces, jumble them in a large bowl, then make sure everyone takes two

Players take it in turns to read theirs out, with the rest of the group left to guess the owners.

Another way to play the game is for players to act out their strip of paper.

FESTIVE PARTNER DRAWING:



Pair everyone up, so players are sitting back to back, without being able to see what the other person is doing.

One player from each pair is given a bag containing a bunch of weird items (e.g. a plastic chimpanzee, a tooth sharpener, a broken Barbie).

On ‘Go’, the player with the bag pulls out an item and describes it for their partner to draw, all without giving away what it is

Once the item is drawn, this partner gets to guess.

The partner must bring as many correct things as they can within a certain time span.

ALL AT ONCE:



Get everyone up on their feet. On the count of three, everybody sings their favorite Christmas carol (or favorite Christmas song) – all at the same time.

Anyone who messes up their lyrics needs to stop singing at once.

The person who is still singing and can keep going without messing up their lyrics once is the winner.

As the game host, you will need to keep your ears open, to check for anyone messing up their song. Anyone who tries to restart their song or cheat – tap them on their shoulder so they’ll stop.

GUESS THE STOCKING STUFF:



In advance of playing, fill each stocking with awkwardly-shaped objects, for players to guess what they are.

You can choose Christmas-related objects like pine cones or star-shaped items.

Or, for more wacky fun, choose weirder shaped objects, such as an ice cream scoop, a can opener, a pair of sunglasses, slime sealed in a ziplock bag

Kick off the game, by sending one stocking around the group. Get everyone to jot down their guess.

The player with the most correct stocking guesses wins.

THE CCC:



This game is one I like to call the CCC, but to everyone else it’s the Christmas Chopstick Challenge.

You’ll need a large plate and a selection of Christmas items – for example, roasted chestnuts, a bauble, a Christmas cracker toy, candy cane, pine cone, etc. And a pair of chopsticks. You’ll also need a stopwatch.

Place all the items on the plate

Players now take it in turns to grab as many items as they can in 30 seconds – using only the chopsticks

The winner is the player who can grab the lot the fastest or the most items in the allotted time.

Great to play if everyone’s a bit tipsy.

DRESSING UP SANTA:



First of all, break everyone up into even teams.

Assign each team an area of the room to work in. In each area, place a large cardboard box, inside of which contains a complete Santa costume (boots, hat, beard ‘n all).

On ‘Go’, all the teams race to dress one of their members in the full Santa gear. Give them only 3-5 minutes to do that

To win, the teams must use up all the items they’ve received and produce the tidiest-looking Santa.

Another version of this game is to decorate a Christmas tree the fastest.

Use medium-height plastic trees for this, complete with a box of many baubles and ornaments.

CHRISTMAS FLIP PUNCH:



For Christmas Flip Punch, you’ll need a long wooden table, plastic drinking cups and soda pop.

Line up the cups along the edges of the table, filling each with the soda, so there’s one cup per player.

Divide your group into equal teams, each on their own side of the table, with one player behind each cup.

On ‘Go’, the first player must drink their soda as fast as possible, set the empty cup upside down, then try to “flip” the cup off the edge of the table, so it lands right side up

As soon as they do, their teammate takes their turn.

First team to flip all their cups wins.

For added drama, you could use vodka punch instead of soda.

Minute to Win It Christmas Games

SCOOP IT UP:



Using nothing but a spoon in your mouth, transfer six ping pong balls from one bowl to another) in less than one minute. No hands! Hands are only allowed if you drop the ping pong ball, and then they can be used to place the ball back into the original bowl for another transfer attempt. 2-3 players compete for each round of play.

STACK ATTACK:



Players have to stack up a pile of cups and then place them back into a single stack in under a minute. The original Minute to Win It version of this game calls for 36 cups to be stacked, but we reduced the number of cups for the children. Each child stacked 21 cups, and we discovered that this was the perfect number that resulted in exactly half of the kids being successful. Challenging, but not too challenging! Two players competing in each round works well so that any falling cups won’t knock over your competitor’s stack, too!

COOKIE FACE:


This is a great game to kick off the party because all of the players can compete at the same time (or you can break it down into several rounds of game play). Each player places a cookie on their forehead, and the goal is to get the cookie into your mouth using only your facial muscles in under 1 minute. No hands! This is tougher than it looks!

STACK IT UP:



Players must stack 25 pennies in under a minute using only one hand. This game works well with 3 players competing in each round of play.

SUCK IT UP:

Players place a straw in their mouth and use suction to transfer a pile of 25 M&M’s from one plate to another in under one minute. Only one hand may be used to hold the straw. Everyone gets to eat their candy when the round is finished!  This game also works well with 3 players competing in each round.

PONG TAC TOE:



Pong Tac Toe was one of our guests’ most favorite games – some of the adults even asked if they could do play it twice! We used three trays from the game Bounce Off Party, and assigned one to each of the three players. Each player had one minute to bounce ping pong balls down the length of the table and into their tray – 3 in a row (in any direction) wins!

DEFY GRAVITY:



Using only one hand, players must keep two balloons from touching the ground for one minute. For a more challenging game, increase the amount to three balloons per player (and use different colored balloons for each player to make it easy to differentiate!). No holding the balloons!  2 players per round of competition worked well to give the players ample space to knock their balloons around.

FILL THE STOCKINGS:



Hang stockings (1 for each player) from a ribbon or rope tied tightly across from two posts or chairs. Give each player a bucket full of ping pong balls, preferably of different colors then send them across the room from the stockings. Players race to be the first to bounce the ping pong balls into the stockings from across the room. If you have multiple colored ping pong balls, players can shoot for any of the stockings. If you’re using all white ping pong balls, I recommend assigning everyone to one stocking to make it easier.

Christmas Games Ideas

WHITE ELEPHANT:

This is a classic gift exchange game that small to large groups love to play during the holidays. In order to play this game, you should instruct each player ahead of time to bring a wrapped gift to contribute to a general gift table. Each player then chooses a gift from the table one by one but has the alternate option to steal another player’s gift. The game finally ends when there aren’t any gifts left on the table. Learn all of the White Elephant rules ahead of time so you can explain to guests day-of with ease.

CHRISTMAS CHARADES:



Organize a festive game of Christmas charades for your guests and act out some of your favorite holiday activities (without saying a word). Popular items on your list of charades include decorating a tree, having snowball fights, ice skating, and more. You can find different Christmas charade printables on the internet to use as a reference for some of your favorite holiday scenarios.

CHRISTMAS CAROL BINGO:



Play a game of bingo with loved ones and swap the numbers for a 4×4 card of popular Christmas symbols! You can download a Christmas bingo printable to keep things simple.

NAME THAT CHRISTMAS SONG:


Break the ice at your Christmas party by dividing your guests into 2 to 3 teams for the perfect holiday guessing game. This competition challenges teams to write down the name of a Christmas tune after you say one line of the song out loud. Remember to keep your answers handy as you’ll want to verify which team accumulated the most answers with the correct song.

GIFT WRAP RELAY:



This game is all about speed and gifts. Host a gift wrap relay this holiday season by dividing your guests into two teams. You can then set aside two tables at opposite ends of the room with unwrapped gifts and wrapping paper supplies. Guests will then race one by one to their respective tables and wrap a gift as fast as possible. This game ends when the winning team finishes wrapping all of their gifts.

CHRISTMAS COOKIE DECORATING:


Grab your family and friends for a cookie decorating table with plenty of icing, sprinkles, and edible Christmas toppings. This is a fun and creative way to keep attendees busy and entertained, especially for family-oriented Christmas parties. You can stock up on a variety of toppings and festive icings to offer attendees a wide selection of decorating options.

GINGERBREAD HOUSE DECORATING:



Prepare a few gingerbread houses and let your guests get carried away with gingerbread house decorating! You can let families or couples decorate houses together or let everyone choose a partner to decorate. Provide plenty of icing, different colored gum drops, and any other creative toppings you can think of. You can turn this into a competition by awarding prizes to the team with the most elaborate gingerbread house.

TREE DECORATING:


Gather your loved ones for a tree decorating session before food and drinks. You can have each guest make an ornament at your party or bring their own ornament to make this activity special. Don’t forget to keep the Christmas music flowing for this cherished activity.

CHRISTMAS ARTS AND CRAFTS:


You can never go wrong with an hour or two of holiday arts and crafts. Collect an array of Christmas-oriented materials, patterned paper, and supplies so guests can make their own Christmas ornaments, cards, or mini-trees. Consider having a volunteer supervise the table if kids will be making arts and crafts.

CHRISTMAS KARAOKE:



Host a Christmas karaoke hour for your loved ones who wait all year for their favorite holiday tunes. Do your best to find karaoke versions of popular Christmas songs and set aside two mics just in case a duet is in store.


So, Here we go.Hope this Top #10 Christmas Games helpful for  you  guys for this Christmas 2017.
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