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Games To Play For The Holidays-Christmas Eve Party Games And Snacks

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Christmas Party Tips

 

Christmas Eve is the most magical and the most special day of the entire year for many children, so many children don’t have the opportunity to spend time with their families any other day of the year? The holidays are when many of our long-distance family members are able to come and visit more than any other time of the year, and many families get together this time of they year with a Christmas Eve party. Families often spend this time together playing games and snacking while passing the time until Santa Claus arrives, so what are the best games for the children at Christmas parties?

 

games to play for the holidays

 

The key to a successful Xmas party with children is to keep them entertained, you should consider games which are suited for the children as well as the adults? For children keep the games simple and fun, you might want to consider games which provides activity to start your party? Children are extremely excited and high energy on Christmas Eve, so active games are the best to begin with until the children become less energetic?

 

What About Prizes?

Children will behave much better and focus more on the games when they are going to win a prize, I recommend you consider giving a small gift to every child which participates in the games and prizes to the children who are winners. Prizes and gifts are not usually necessary for the adults unless it is in your budget, so what are good prizes to give the kids?

Christmas goodie bags filled with a variety of small inexpensive products from dollar stores are good choices, you can purchase all your prizes and gifts for the children at dollar stores without breaking your budget. Giving a gift to each child is the best strategy to prevent any child from being left out, so what are some good game to consider?

 

games to play for the holidays

 

Christmas Party Games With Kids In Mind?

Xmas Carol Pictionary

Write a list of Xmas carols on separate game cards and divide the players into two teams, and each person on a team draws a card from the pile. Each person when its their turn will have one-minute to draw the Christmas carol, and if the team guesses correctly they will receive one point? The teams will play until the first team scores twenty points, you can adjust the points in the game to suit your party guests?

Christmas Family Feud

Players are broken up into teams, and each team is asked holiday-themed questions. Each team receives three guesses which they write on a piece of paper for the game judge, so the judge will real if their guesses were on the game list? Number one answers are scored fifty points, and second ranked answers are scored forty points and so on. Player go through the list of questions until they reach the end, and all points will be added up to see who the winning team is?

 

Other Popular Christmas Party Games

  • Ornament On A Spoon Game
  • Pin The Nose On The Reindeer
  • Stocking Guessing Game ( What Is In The Stocking )
  • Blindfold Christmas Drawing Game
  • Christmas Charades
  • Christmas Name That Tune
  • Christmas Movie Trivia
  • Xmas Gift Scavenger Hunt

 

games to play for the holidays

 

Healthy Snacks For The Kids

 

What Is On My Mind Today?

Christmas parties with children in mind can be very successful when you plan ahead, you can find many interesting party games online for your Christmas party which are also good for the kids. When you keep the kids happy and entertained the party will be much more of a success, you might want to limit the children’s sugar intake so they will go to sleep before Santa arrives?

 

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7 Comments

  • Claire says:

    There are some great Christmas ideas on this page. I work in a residential home and think some of these activities would really benefit some of my clients! I love the sound of the Christmas: Name that Tune game. What a great way to get them all singing over the holidays!

    • admin says:

      Thank You

      I am very happy my article was so useful for you, I think you do have a good idea to use some of the ideas for the residential home to keep their Xmas spirits up.

      I do appreciate you visiting my website and commenting, if I don’t hear from you again before Xmas Merry Xmas to you and your family and the residents at the home where you work.

      Jeff

  • Brenda says:

    I will defiantly be trying some of the games with my children this holiday. You are right the way to keep a child well behaved is to keep them entertained. Thank you so much for sharing!

  • Andrew Bromley says:

    What is Christmas really all about, the smile and cheerful look on children’s faces opening their presents knowing that Santa has been. I know that sometimes it can be difficult choosing what to buy as there is a large market out there, especially at Christmas, but i think that the kids don’t mind, as they get caught up in all the activities.

    • admin says:

      Thank You

      Christmas is about spending time with family and friends, you are correct the children love the holiday so much and look forward to all the family time

      Jeff

  • Meliza says:

    Thank you for the Christmas games ideas. In my country, we have alot of Christmas parties during Christmas season, party with the relatives, family, group of friends, kids, school, office, neighbors, etc. Some starts having Christmas parties as early as October. So we always ran out of ideas for the games, and yes you’re right about the prizes, when people see what prizes are, they are eager to hoin the games.

    • admin says:

      Thank You,

      You and your country do really get into the Christmas  spirit, I am happy you enjoyed the article and left such an interesting comment for my readers and myself.

      Jeff

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