Christmas Party Games

Merry Christmas everyone! Here’s a selection of the best party games for your Christmas Party, whether it’s an office party, a party with your mates, or a family gathering after the traditional roast. Everyone enjoys a bit of festive fun!

Spoon Game

Kneel on the ground. Make a pattern using the spoons on the carpet so that all your guests can see what you’re doing. The spoons can form any pattern…

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Couch Game

GET SET You need equal numbers of guys and girls, and form a team of each. You can ask girls to join the guys team if required and vica versa. Write all your guests names onto pieces of paper and randomly give one piece to each guest. You become whoeve …

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Secret Santa

Everyone buys a secret present that must cost less than £5 or $5. The gift should be suitable for anyone at the party. Wrap up your gift. The host gathers all the gifts before the party and puts them in a Christmas Santa stocking or a big bag or decorated box.

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Snaps v2

Only the sender and receiver know how this works. The audience suggest a phrase secretly to the sender. He uses a special code to send the phrase to the receiver. Almost impossible to guess how the receiver works it out!

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Fruitless

GET SET You divide the group into two or more teams of about 6 people each. It is more fun if you have guy, girl, guy, girl. Give one apple or orange to the leader of each team. PARTY! On the word “go” the leader must stick the orange under his chin an …

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Close Contact Music Game

GET SET Everyone pairs up with space to dance a bit. Each couple has a sheet of newspaper: the bigger the better. PARTY! Play your favourite songs, and stop the music randomly. When the music stops you must stand together on the paper. Each time the mu …

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Party Game

Murder In The Dark

Someone counts to three and turns off the lights. The game begins. The murderer finds people and taps them on the shoulder.

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No Game

GET SET For every guest you need to prepare a tag: something they can wear and take off easily. For example: – paper tags hanging from a string loop, or – coloured ribbons with a pin, or even – little bells on a string. Anything like this will work. Al …

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Limbo Dancing

Two adults hold the stick at a set height (quite high to start with). Have some upbeat music playing and ask your guests or kids to form a line and start limbo dancing under the stick. They cannot touch the stick , and only their feet can touch the ground. If anyone touches the stick or falls over they are out.

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