How to Play: Christmas Carol Pictionary Relay

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What you need: A list of 10 Christmas carols, paper and pens or pencils.

How to play: Divide the group into two teams. Each team sends one person up to the host/gamemaster to receive a Christmas carol that he or she will have to get his or her team to guess by drawing only. One team will get five carols, and the other team will get the other five.

The rules: Once the team knows the carol, they must all sing the song to receive their point. After they sing it, another team member goes to get another Christmas carol, and the game continues until one team successfully names and sings all of their carols.

How to win: The first team to successfully name and sing their carols wins.

Related: More Kids' Games

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