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Metropolitan Museum Cleveland Museum of Art. This is a hilarious way to serve your Christmas cookies — all players place a cookie on their forehead and without touching it, have to get it into their mouth using only facial movements. Your favorite Christmas Cookies. Catching Fireflies has a fun look at the Cookie on the Face challenge along with other games. Another fun edible idea is a Gingerbread House building challenge! Just pull together some graham crackers and decorative items, grab your timer and see who can create the best house in minutes!

Or better yet, grab a few of these Premade Gingerbread Kits includes mini versions too! Then display them all together as a holiday centerpiece.

A quick Christmas minute to win it table game — just print off this free Christmas Word Scramble and see who can solve the most words in a minute! Another Team Game: Print off this free list of holiday-themed Charade phrases and see which team can guess the most items within a minute or two. This is the BEST way to play since you have 2 sets of cards so the team that goes last will have a new set of words to use!

This is actually an adaptation of a kids science activity that everyone enjoys! Some of your favorite smelling holiday foods or items! You can see what we used in this Amazing Scents of Christmas science activity for your game.

Place seasonal food items in empty tissue boxes and have each person take a sniff to see if they can identify the item in the box. A few ideas could include: an orange, a cinnamon stick, a branch from a pine tree, gingerbread cookies, etc. See if any player can score a BINGO in just one minute — the caller needs to be lightning fast for this! Have you ever watched Rudolph? Yep, this is it! How to Play: Put all the cotton balls into one bowl and place it next to the empty bowl.

Blindfold each player and put the spoon in their hand. Each player can either have 3 tries or they can keep trying for one minute. Not as easy as it looks! Supplies: Gather up an armful of various pieces of clothing, blankets, belts, stuffed animals and knick-knacks from around the house. Be sure to snap a few pictures!! Supplies: Give each team or person a list of holiday light displays along with a smartphone. How to Play: Team members need to run around the neighborhood taking photos of as many items from the list as they can find and then head back to home base to see who found the most.

Here are a few free printable lists you can use: Christmas Lights Scavenger Hunt this can also be done as an indoor Christmas Decorations hunt too!

 

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Wondering how to make a Christmas party fun? Some of the activities are for teams and others are done individually. All are great for everyone from kids to grandparents! These are also fun ideas to include in your 12 Days of Christmas activities too.

Then we created a few of our own and also looked online to find a some super cool ones that other families have done. Be sure that someone has a timer going as you play each of the games. Remember that old party game where someone would blindfold you and you had to scoop cotton balls from one bowl to another using a large kitchen spoon? Gather up an armful of various pieces of clothing, blankets, belts, stuffed animals and knick-knacks from around the house. Put all the items into a laundry basket or a large Santa bag.

Ball up a handful of white socks to make snowballs or use this fun Indoor Snowball Fight kit! We awarded one point for each snowball that was shot through the wreath and another 3 points for each one that made it into the bowl. Give each team or person a list of holiday light displays along with a smartphone. Team members need to run around the neighborhood taking photos of as many items from the list as they can find and then head back to home base to see who found the most.

Large size candy canes! Play, Party Plan has another fun twist on this game called Candy Cane Catch — all you need are a few chairs and some string to set it up. This is a hilarious way to serve your Christmas cookies — all players place a cookie on their forehead and without touching it, have to get it into their mouth using only facial movements. Your favorite Christmas Cookies.

Catching Fireflies has a fun look at the Cookie on the Face challenge along with other games. Another fun edible idea is a Gingerbread House building challenge! Just pull together some graham crackers and decorative items, grab your timer and see who can create the best house in minutes!

Or better yet, grab a few of these Premade Gingerbread Kits includes mini versions too! Then display them all together as a holiday centerpiece. A quick Christmas minute to win it table game — just print off this free Christmas Word Scramble and see who can solve the most words in a minute! Another Team Game: Print off this free list of holiday-themed Charade phrases and see which team can guess the most items within a minute or two. This is the BEST way to play since you have 2 sets of cards so the team that goes last will have a new set of words to use!

This is actually an adaptation of a kids science activity that everyone enjoys! Some of your favorite smelling holiday foods or items! You can see what we used in this Amazing Scents of Christmas science activity for your game.

Place seasonal food items in empty tissue boxes and have each person take a sniff to see if they can identify the item in the box. A few ideas could include: an orange, a cinnamon stick, a branch from a pine tree, gingerbread cookies, etc.

See if any player can score a BINGO in just one minute — the caller needs to be lightning fast for this! Have you ever watched Rudolph? Yep, this is it! How to Play: Put all the cotton balls into one bowl and place it next to the empty bowl.

Blindfold each player and put the spoon in their hand. Each player can either have 3 tries or they can keep trying for one minute. Not as easy as it looks! Supplies: Gather up an armful of various pieces of clothing, blankets, belts, stuffed animals and knick-knacks from around the house.

Be sure to snap a few pictures!! Supplies: Give each team or person a list of holiday light displays along with a smartphone. How to Play: Team members need to run around the neighborhood taking photos of as many items from the list as they can find and then head back to home base to see who found the most. Here are a few free printable lists you can use: Christmas Lights Scavenger Hunt this can also be done as an indoor Christmas Decorations hunt too!

Supplies: Large size candy canes! Each person gets one large sized candy cane to hold in their mouth. First team to get the candy cane all the way down the line without it dropping wins! If it drops, the team must start all over. One Minute to Win It Cookie Eat Off Game This is a hilarious way to serve your Christmas cookies — all players place a cookie on their forehead and without touching it, have to get it into their mouth using only facial movements.

Christmas Word Scramble A quick Christmas minute to win it table game — just print off this free Christmas Word Scramble and see who can solve the most words in a minute! Minute to Win It Christmas Charades Another Team Game: Print off this free list of holiday-themed Charade phrases and see which team can guess the most items within a minute or two. How to Play: Place all the cards into one Christmas bag or Santa hat. Players can either act out each item on the list or you can draw each item like Pictionary.

Supplies: Some of your favorite smelling holiday foods or items! How to Play: Place seasonal food items in empty tissue boxes and have each person take a sniff to see if they can identify the item in the box. No peeking! December 14, at pm.

 
 

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