Entertain your guests this season with these fun and free printable Christmas game ideas. Whether you want to get your guests in the Christmas spirit with Christmas carols, or test their knowledge with Christmas trivia, this list will help you find the Christmas game you are looking for. Have fun choosing one of our free printable Christmas game ideas for your holiday celebration!
Printable Christmas Game – Christmas Carol Match-up
Check out the latest free printable Christmas game from PurpleTrail, the Christmas Carol Match-up! As the holiday party invitations roll in, check out this fun party game. “Ding Dong, Ding Dong, Christmas bells are ringing!”. Can you name that Christmas Carol? See how many carols your friends and family can figure out with this free printable Christmas game, the Christmas Carol Match-up.
Simply copy and paste the printable Christmas game into a word document, add in some festive Christmas clip art like the ones we have added to this page, and print a copy for each player. Instruct the players to match the question with the Answer that fits. Be sure to, print a separate copy of the Answer key provided below. To make this game more challenging, set a time limit. The player with the most correct answers wins! For more fun PurpleTrail printable Christmas games check out Winter Word Scramble or Christmas Movie Match-up!
1. No crib for a bed, _______
2. O holy Child of Bethlehem, ______
3. All is calm, all is bright, _______
4. Oh what fun it is to ride, _______
5. City sidewalks, busy sidewalks. _______
6. Bearing gifts we traverse afar. _______
7. With a corn cobb pipe, _______
8. When they are both full grown, _______
9. Special night, beard that’s white, _______
10. Hark! how the bells, _______
11. One can hear the falling snow, _______
12. Was a jolly happy soul, _______
13. Right down Santa Claus Lane, _______
14. Had a very shiny nose, _______
15. Singing sweetly through the night, _______
16. Come they told me, _______
17. In heav’n the bells are ringing, ______
18. How are thy leaves so verdant! ______
19. You can count on me, _______
20. She didn’t see me creep, _______
Choose An Answer
A. Frosty The Snowman
B. Here Comes Santa Claus
C. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
D. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause
E. Ding Dong! Merrily on High
F. Frosty the Snowman
G. Oh Christmas Tree
H. Angels We Have Heard on High
I. Still, Still, Still
J. Away in a manger
K. We Three Kings of Orient Are
L. Carol of the Bells
M. Oh Little Town of Bethlehem
N. Silver Bells
O. The Holly and the Ivy
P. Silent Night
Q. I’ll Be Home For Christmas
R. Jingle Bells
S. Must Be Santa
T. Little Drummer Boy
1. J. Away in a manger
2. M. Oh Little Town of Bethlehem
3. P. Silent Night
4. R. Jingle Bells
5. N. Silver Bells
6. K. We Three Kings of Orient Are
7. A. Frosty The Snowman
8. O. The Holly and the Ivy
9. S. Must Be Santa
10. L. Carol of the Bells
11. I. Still, Still, Still
12. F. Frosty the Snowman
13. B. Here Comes Santa Claus
14. C. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
15. H. Angels We Have Heard on High
16. T. Little Drummer Boy
17. E. Ding Dong! Merrily on High
18. G. Oh Christmas Tree
19. Q. I’ll Be Home For Christmas
20. D. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
Printable Christmas Game – Christmas Trivia
Everyone loves trivia! Christmas trivia will surely get your guests in the Christmas spirit. You can create your own trivia questions or use the examples we have listed below. Bust out your trivia questions as the night is winding down. A round of trivia will liven up your party and lift your guests’ spirits. You can also throw in fun prizes to make things more interesting. For more great trivia ideas, take a look at TLC’s Christmas Trivia article.
- In 1886, France gave America a present that was 46.5 meters high and weighed around 225 tons. What was the present?
- Eating food from which American franchise is considered a Christmas tradition in Japan?
- At the age of 13, in 1958, Benda Lee recorded which famous Christmas song?
- True or false. Poinsettias are poisonous.
- True or false. The song Silver Bells was originally called Tinkle Bells.
- Thurl Ravenscroft was a voice actor who did the original voice of Tony the Tiger. He sang numerous songs in which classic Christmas television special?
- In 1889 the first Christmas tree was put up in the White House. Who was the president at this time?
- Franklin D. Roosevelt always read which Christmas classic to his family on Christmas Eve.
- The 1993 White House gingerbread house was dubbed the “House of Socks,” in honor of which Clinton family member?
- The top Christmas tree producing states are Oregon, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Washington, and which other state?
- The Statue of Liberty
- Kentucky Fried Chicken
- Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
- President Benjamin Harrison
- Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol
- The Clinton’s cat Socks
Hope these free printable Christmas game ideas gave inspiration for your upcoming holiday celebrations! Your guests will surely love these fun and festive game ideas. Have a very merry Christmas!