Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Games You Can Play At Your Christmas Party

Keep your family and friends guessing with this collection of five Christmas Party Games that all involve the unknown! Christmas can be filled with more fun if there are games for you. Christmas games are filled with excitement and can be a great idea to make the party more loving and entertaining.

Ornament Guess

A great way to start of your Christmas party is to have guests guess how many ornaments are on your tree when they walk into the party. This is a very easy game to set up and you can give a small prize to the winner if you'd like.

Christmas Charades

Charades can be a great ice-breaker and with Christmas charades you can keep your guests in the holiday spirit. When you come up with your Christmas charade list, considering using holiday phrases or titles of Christmas movies or songs.

Christmas Day Bingo

Bingo is one of those games that fits into just about any occasion. We’ve had Bridal Shower Bingo become close to a staple of bridal showers, and Free Bingo Hunter reports that various bingo sites have also started their Christmas promos as early as this month. The Crafting Chicks has a great bingo set that’s perfect for Christmas.

Liar, liar

All the guests are suggested to put down three interesting and funny situations from their life. One of them should be wrong and the others true. When all people are sitting together they read aloud those stories. The task of other participants is to find out which situation is false. In order to make that guessing process easier they ask the person certain questions. Your guests will be pleased to get a prize. You can award the best guesser and the best liar.

Two Out of Three

Ask your guests to bring a gift to the party, and when it comes time to distribute the gifts, sit around in a circle and take turns telling stories about yourselves. Each guests tells three stories about themselves, with two of them being true, and one being a lie. The other guests must then guess which of the stories is a lie, with the first to guess correctly winning the storyteller’s gift! Once they guess correctly, it’s their turn to tell stories about themselves.

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