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Christmas Dinner

Christmas Dinner Entertainment For Kids

These Christmas party games are perfect for a get together where there are going to be lots of kids.

The best part about these games is that they only use items that you already have around the house!

1. Christmas Stocking Guessing Game

Can your guests figure out what objects are in the stocking? Pass around a Christmas stocking filled with items that you see or use around Christmas time and see how many they can identify.

Consider things like a star, tinsel, a pine cone, etc. Make sure you put about 8 to 12 different objects in. Tie a ribbon around the opening to make sure nobody peeks.

Give everyone a piece of paper and pass the Christmas stocking around at your party and tell them how many objects there are in the stocking and have them write down all they can feel. The person that correctly guesses the most objects in the sock is the winner.

2. Christmas Memory Game

Get 10 to 20 small Christmas items and place on a tray – the more the merrier. Examples: Christmas stocking, one or more ornaments, Christmas cookie, cookie cutter, Christmas light, wrapping paper, candle, bow, Christmas movie, nutcracker, etc…

Set the tray down or walk around with the tray and allow people to study it for 1 or 2 minutes. Then take the tray out of the room.

Now give everyone a piece of paper and a pencil and have them write down as many of the items as they can remember. The one with the most correct items written down wins.

3. Pin the Red Nose on Rudolph

A fun spin on the popular game “pin the tail on the donkey” that kids will absolutely love when they try to pin Rudolph’s nose in the right place.

Download this printable game which includes a whole bunch of noses so each child can have their turn.

These Christmas party games are perfect for a get together where there are going to be lots of kids.

The best part about these games is that they only use items that you already have around the house!

4. Christmas Stocking Guessing Game

Can your guests figure out what objects are in the stocking? Pass around a Christmas stocking filled with items that you see or use around Christmas time and see how many they can identify.

Consider things like a star, tinsel, a pine cone, etc. Make sure you put about 8 to 12 different objects in. Tie a ribbon around the opening to make sure nobody peeks.

Give everyone a piece of paper and pass the Christmas stocking around at your party and tell them how many objects there are in the stocking and have them write down all they can feel. The person that correctly guesses the most objects in the sock is the winner.

5. Christmas Memory Game

Get 10 to 20 small Christmas items and place on a tray – the more the merrier. Examples: Christmas stocking, one or more ornaments, Christmas cookie, cookie cutter, Christmas light, wrapping paper, candle, bow, Christmas movie, nutcracker, etc…

Set the tray down or walk around with the tray and allow people to study it for 1 or 2 minutes. Then take the tray out of the room.

Now give everyone a piece of paper and a pencil and have them write down as many of the items as they can remember. The one with the most correct items written down wins.

6. Pin the Red Nose on Rudolph

A fun spin on the popular game “pin the tail on the donkey” that kids will absolutely love when they try to pin Rudolph’s nose in the right place.

Download this printable game which includes a whole bunch of noses so each child can have their turn.