1. Fill the Christmas stocking. Divide into teams and have the participants race to fill their team's hanging stocking with a spoonful of wrapped candy.
2. Frosty's Corn-hole. Use a catapult to try and toss poms into the holes in frosty!
3. Photo booth. Not technically a game, but still a fun activity! Provide silly props and backdrops for
guests to use to get silly in front of a photographer (keep in mind it
doesn't have to be a professional).
4. Snowman wrapping contest. Wrap a person as a snowman in toilet paper and decorate. First or best one wins.
5. Christmas Would You Rather? Play a fun game of would you rather - Christmas Style! Click here for the free printable!
7. Snowman bowling. To learn how to make this DIY bowling game head on over to Craftaholics Anonymous!
8. Snowball Throwing Contest. See who can throw their snowball the furthest. This can be played outdoors with real snow or indoors with tissue paper snow balls. Careful, this can cause a full blown snowball fight!
9. Secret Snowman. Players try to stick a paper snowman (you can make it out of card stock with a
loop of painter's tape to attach it) on a person's back without her
noticing. When that person realizes the snowman is on her, she has to
stick it on someone else's back. Don't worry about the snowman staying
on just one back for hours -- giggling kids are sure to give the person a
clue before too long. Try to have the snowman visit everyone's back by
the end of the day.
10. Christmas Carol Charades. Get dramatic! You can’t
beat this crowd pleaser, as it is sure to bring the laughs. Have
everyone write names of Christmas Carols on index cards or small
sheets of paper (only write 1 carol on each strip of paper). You can
also write some carols ahead of time that aren’t typical ones that your
group probably won’t think of. Don’t worry if you have repeats if you
pick a repeat when it’s your turn, just toss it out. Depending on the
size of the group, have at least 40 carols written down...then take
turns trying to act them out!