Celebrate Christmas a new way this year. Incorporate some fun Christmas party games into your day and enjoy all of the laughs and memories that are made!
Here are some fun holiday games that are sure to be a hit at your home this holiday!
The Box Game
The object of this game is to race to open up a present that is wrapped in layers of wrapping paper while wearing oven mitts. a hat and scarf.
There is a lot of action involved in this fun filled game. You will need at least 3 players to play this game.
This is what you will need:
A wrapped gift
oven mitts (2)
Rules of the Game:
Wrap a small gift. Then continue to wrap it in larger boxes. Use DUCT tape to wrap the gift and do not disclose that the box is wrapped in layers of boxes.
Next get a pair of dice and some thing to roll the dice in to prevent them from falling off the table.
Place a coat, hat, scarf and oven mitts in the middle of the table along with the gift. Have everyone participating stand in a circle around the table.
Choose a number between 2 and 12 to roll in order for the person to be able to get a chance to start unwrapping the gift. Start with an odd number like 2 or 4 and move to a more common number like 6 or 7 as you progress. Each person gets one roll of the dice then passes it to the next person. When someone rolls the number of choice, they have to do the following:
Put on all of the clothing, including the oven mitts and try to open the box, they continue to try opening the box until a new person rolls the lucky number. They then have to remove all of the articles of clothing and the new person has to put them on before attempting to open the gift. This will continue until someone successfully opens the gift.
Disclosure: These game rules were obtained from Party Game Central
Left to Right Game
The left to right game is a fun gift exchanging game. This is how it works.
Everyone must purchase a gift valued between $10 and $20 dollars. Have everyone sit in a circle holding their own gift. Then, have someone read a poem containing the words left and right. Each time the word left or right is said, each person must pass their gift in that direction. This will continue until the poem or story is over. If anyone is holding their own gift they may exchange it or you can continue to add lines until no one has their gift.
Here is a story you can use: