You won’t even have time to blink before it’s Christmas! You’re going to enjoy our selection of over 20 FREE printable Christmas games for kids and adults, regardless of whether you’re spending the holidays with your immediate family, getting together with friends, or throwing a holiday party in your classroom.
In this collection of printable Christmas games, you’ll find holiday-themed variations of some of your all-time favorites, like Bingo, Charades, Pictionary, Guess Who, and I Spy. Some of these games and activities work really well with a large group of people, while others are wonderful for young children to play alone and take very little time to set up and play.
Holiday-themed fill-in-the-blank games from Happiness is Homemade: This hilarious printable game is sure to elicit a good deal of hilarity from its players. Playing it together as a family, with other people, or even at a Christmas party is a lot of fun. Even in the classroom, where, after all, you are working on recognizing nouns, verbs, and adjectives, you may put it to use.
Happy Holidays Bingo, brought to you by Happiness is Homemade: Where would the fun be at a party if there weren’t some thrilling rounds of Bingo? The printable version of our Bingo game is great for use at get-togethers with friends and family, as well as in the classroom. Because it is purely image-based, even the youngest toddlers and preschoolers can get in on the action and have a good time.
Scavenger Hunt with Christmas Lights from Happiness Is Homemade: To finish this incredibly fun Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt, either take a stroll through the neighborhood or go for a drive across the communities that are in the surrounding area. Make playing this game a part of your holiday traditions, especially if one of those traditions is going to see the lights. During the winter holidays, doing so in this way may be a lot of fun and ensures that you don’t miss any of the attractions around you.
Word scramble about Christmas, brought to you by Happiness is Homemade: Your deciphering skills will be put to the test with our Christmas word scramble, which is both short and sweet. Everyone of every age will have a great time competing to see who can unscramble the most words linked to the holiday in the shortest amount of time. If you want to make it more difficult, set the timer for only one minute instead of the standard three minutes.
I Spy Christmas Ornament on the Christmas Tree is a Game by Joy in the Works: Do you actually take the time to admire your Christmas tree once you have decorated it and put it up? This I Spy ornament game is a fun way to get the kids to take notice of all the unique and interesting ornaments that are hanging on the trees in your home, and it’s a great way to get them to look at the decorations more closely, too! Some of the questions might even be adapted into enjoyable activities to be completed in a diary, such as “Which is your favorite ornament, and why is it your favorite?”
Rock Your Homeschool’s Gingerbread Man Activity Cube includes the following: A gingerbread-themed gross motor activity is a great way to help your children get rid of their restless legs. The downloadable gingerbread man cube will need to be assembled before it can be rolled to determine which action will be taken. Will you perform ten jumping jacks? Can you make yourself as flexible as a candy cane? Simply find out by rolling the dice!
Teach Beside Me’s Roll a Gingerbread Man activity entails the following: Another exciting variant of the dice-rolling game is shown here. The printed cube is a part of this kit, as are all of the components necessary to assemble the gingerbread man. Compete to see who can assemble their gingerbread man the quickest! Because the instructions on the cube are illustrated, children of any age can enjoy playing this exciting game; in fact, they do not even need to be able to read in order to participate.
Holiday Season Who Am I? from the First Year of School: To participate in this delightfully entertaining and easy-to-print Christmas game, all you need are some headbands and these game cards. Everyone else sees the card but the person who has the card placed on them; they remain in the dark. The next step is for that person to ask questions in an effort to determine who the other person is. Move around in a circle and have everyone ask the other people questions about their characters until someone figures out the mystery. You’ll be able to engage in a wide variety of games thanks to your deck of 36 cards.