These Christmas party games for adults will make sure that your next holiday party or office party has a lot of holiday cheer. It truly won’t be a party that your guests will be soon to forget.
There are some ice breakers, guessing games, trivia, and some just downright hilarious Christmas party games for adults in the list below. You’ll find some great games no matter your party size or average age.
These Christmas party games only require items that you probably already have, so just read the rules and with little to no preparation, you’ll be ready to play.
Christmas Memory Game:
Supplies: 18 items in box
How To Play: Show the items in the box to the residents. Remove one or more
items out of the box (without residents seeing you). Have the residents guess
what items are missing. Cover. Remove cover for 20-30 seconds and then
remove tray from room. On your mark, the residents are to write down as
many items that they can remember from the tray before you yell, “STOP”.
Most correct answers wins.
Take a Christmas related word such as: Christmas, Poinsettia, Candy cane,
etc. and find as many smaller words from it as possible before the timer runs
Words: sit, is, his, miss, rat, tar, this, math, chair, rim…
Example: Candy cane
Words: candy, cane, and, dance, day, nay, can, dye, an, any…
Pin The Nose On Frosty or Rudolph:
Supplies: Big Picture of Frosty or Rudolph
Red circle or orange carrot shape for each resident, with adhesive on back
and their name on the front
How To Play: Blindfold the player, spin ’em around and let them try to stick the
nose where it’s supposed to go. Give a prize for the player that gets the
Frosty Snowball Toss:
Supplies: Large cardboard with Frosty drawn on one side with a good size
hole cut-out in belly.
Marshmallows wrapped in plastic wrap and tied
Bucket to hold snowballs
Tape to mark distance line
How To Play: Place cardboard Frosty a little distance from a wall with a paper
box lid on floor to catch snowballs. Mark your distance line. Line residents up
behind the line and place a bucket of marshmallows beside them. Give each
person three tries to get their marshmallow snowball through the hole. Get all
three snowballs in and earn a snowball reward.
Fill the Christmas Stocking:
Supplies: Stocking, spoon and bowl for each team.
How To Play: Divide into teams. Have players line up at one end of the room.
At the other end, hang a Christmas stocking for each team. Place a bowl of
candy and a spoon in front of each team. Each person takes a turn taking a
candy from the bowl with the spoon. They then carry the candy on the spoon
to the stocking and drop the candy in the stocking. Race back to the next
person in line, give them the spoon. First team to fill the stocking wins!
Count the snowballs:
Supplies: Pretty glass jar with lid.
Small or large marshmallows.
How to play: Fill glass jar with marshmallows and have residents guess how
many “Snowballs” are in the jar.
The winner gets the jars.
No matter what holiday games your group decides to play, remember the point is to let go and have fun. Strive for good sportsmanship and have a sense of humor! After all, embracing the holiday spirit is the true name of the game.