How to Play: Christmas Carol Pictionary Relay

Guess what your partner is drawing. Credit: Getty Images 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/ga...Can you guess which carol is drawn?

How to Play: Gift Wrap Relay

Wrap and unwrap gifts to win. Credit: Getty Images
What you need: Two boxes of the same size, pre-cut wrapping paper (one piece for each player) and tape. How to play: Divide the kids into two teams. Let them know that this is a team game, whe...
Your team wins if you wrap and re-wrap your gifts first.

How to Play: Hanukkah Gift Wrapping Game

Try wrapping these gifts with your hands tied! Credit: Patrick Norman, Corbis
What you need: Rope, boxes, wrapping paper and ribbon. How to play: Pair players up and bind their adjoining hands together. The rules: With their free hands, pai...

How to Play: Hanukkah Toe Game

Use your toes to move the walnuts. Credit: Corbis
What you need: 20 unshelled walnuts and four plates. How to play: This game pits two players against each other, but you can play as many rounds as you have people and pit the winners against e...
Use your toes to move the walnuts!

How to Play: Hide the Chocolate Gelt

Find the gelt and win the game! Credit: Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal/MCT
What you need: You need chocolate gelt coins. How to play: Hide all of the chocolate coins around the room, or spread them out between several rooms to make it more d...
All you need is chocolate gelt!

How to Play: Easter Corners

Print Easter-related images to play this game. Credit: aussiegall, Flickr
What you need: Music, a room with four corners, a hat or box and two copies of four Easter-themed images, such as a colored egg, the Easter bunny, a basket and a chocolat...

How to Play: Bunny's Eggs

Draw a bunny in this Pin the Tail on the Donkey-like game. Credit: stevendepolo, Flickr
What you need: For this Easter variation of Pin the Tail on the Donkey, you need a large white sheet, markers, tacks, scraps of colored cloth, pins and a blin...

How to Play: Valentine Puzzle

Cut up paper hearts to make puzzles. Credit: Ctd 2005, Flickr
What you need: To make the puzzles, you need five large hearts, cardboard, paste and scissors. Paste the hearts to the cardboard, and then cut each one into small pieces. How to pla...

Top Christmas Games

Christmas is a great time for families to have fun together by playing holiday-themed games. Though there are many games that can be be fun for your family, some stand out. Give scavenger hunts a holiday twist by having kids find Santa's reindeer....


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