Christmas Party Games

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Christmas Party Games

Free printable Christmas Party Games and Puzzles

Welcome to our Free Christmas party games site.

If you're looking for ideas for a fun way to start a home, church or office Christmas party, or have your friends or family enjoy a good natured challenge, these original Christmas party games may be just what you are looking for.

You can copy and paste them or with a very few clicks you will be able to download them to your word processor and freely print out as many as you need.

Note: All Christmas games are not alike. The first game especially, was designed to get people warmed up.

Once you do that, your group will get comfortable quickly...

It may seem to be almost too simple, but it works. Go ahead and try to answer a few of the first party game questions, see if you don't find yourself singing along in your head as you do so.

Simply click on a link to try out the game, or scroll down for more info.

1st Party Game. Songs of Christmas game 1, Example: What color is Christmas without you?

2nd Party Game. Songs of Christmas game 2, Example: SCICTT = Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

3rd Party Game. Hodgepodge Christmas Challenge: a bit of all of these Name the movies with these lines Fill in the sentence with Christmas words Anagrams of Christmas Carols

4th Party Game. Sandy's Christmas Carol Story: This may be the best classroom or family puzzle. It's a puzzle anyone can do with or without knowledge of Carols. You fill in the blanks of the kinda cute one page story with the Carol names that are provided; you just have to put them in the right blanks. It's a bit trickier than it may sound. Most of our puzzles are designed to be adult Christmas party games, but this works for all ages and abilities because it doesn't require knowledge or cleverness, just persistence. It's more of a cozier, friendlier, sit around the fire (or classroom) puzzle than the others.

5th Party Game. Joust of the Carols: Choose a "Christmassy" word. Your team sings a Carol with that word in it. Now its the other teams turn. More directions and words to use can be had by clicking this link. Very simple, very fun, very much in the Christmas spirit.

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Back to the Christmas party games: We hope your guests will enjoy these games.

There are ways to adjust the puzzles so they will work for any ages 10 and up.
With the best puzzles no one is stumped and very very few get all the right answers.

They are not too hard, they are not too technical and yet they are enough of a challenge to get people to enjoy working together on them. Feedback says they are fun for almost any group, from office or company or church adult Christmas parties, to home and family Christmas parties.

Each one is free.

This first game is especially designed to get people to sing along, both to get the answers and to sing along when the answers are given.

The first 4 are stand up and mingle puzzles. The fifth, Sandy's Christmas carol puzzle is a sit down and think a bit puzzle that any age can do. It is has its charms too.

There are 6 completely different types of games. Some are trivia, some not. Of the 6 you will find one or more that works well for you. Some of the questions are fairly straight trivia, but others use a bit of a twist of logic, that seems to be more fun than just conventional trivia.

For example, the first Christmas party game asks questions like;

What helps to make the season bright.? _ ____ ___ ____ _______

But it also asks

Where would you find Reindeer Paws? ___ __ _ ________

Of course you know, you'd find them: "Up on a housetop" - Reindeer Paws...

Yes some are kind of corny....but groans are part of the fun!

We made them up so it is unlikely that your guests have played them before. Each game is completely different, You'll want to take a second to check them out.

Whether you use our games or not we want you to know that,

WWYAMC or We Wish You A Merry Christmas!