20+ FREE printable Christmas games for kids and adults! Everyone will love these ready-to-go Christmas game ideas – simply print and play! Great for Christmas parties, classrooms, family game nights, and more!
Christmas will be here before you know it! Whether you’re staying close with immediate family, gathering with friends, or having a holiday party in your classroom, you’re going to love our list of 20+ FREE printable Christmas games for kids and adults!
(Since Christmas is looking a little different in 2020, you’ll be happy to know that these printable games also make fantastic Zoom party games! Have lots of Christmas fun with your family and friends even if you’re apart this year!)
In this printable Christmas games collection, you’ll find holiday takes on your favorites like Bingo, Charades, Pictionary, Guess Who, and I Spy. Some of these games and activities are great for a crowd, while others are kid-friendly single-player fun that you can prep and play in no time!
Free Printable Christmas Games for Kids and Adults
Christmas Mad Libs from Happiness is Homemade: This fun printable game is sure to get lots of laughs. It’s a terrific game to play as a family, with friends, or at a Christmas party. You can even use it in the classroom—you’re identifying nouns, verbs, and adjectives, after all!
Christmas Bingo from Happiness is Homemade: What’s a party without a few rousing games of BINGO? Our printable Bingo game is perfect for holiday parties, family gatherings, and classroom fun. It’s entirely picture-based, so even the littlest toddlers and preschoolers can join in on the fun!
Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt from Happiness is Homemade: Go for a walk around the neighborhood or for a drive in surrounding communities to complete this super fun Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt. If you have a tradition of going to look at the lights, make this game part of your tradition! It’s such a fun way to make sure you take in the sights around you during the holidays.
Christmas Word Scramble from Happiness is Homemade: Flex your word unscrambling skills with our short and sweet Christmas word scramble. Kids and adults of all ages will have a blast racing to see who can unscramble the most holiday-related words. Set a timer for 3 minutes or even 1 minute if you want to make it more challenging.
Christmas Word Search from Happiness is Homemade: There’s something cozy and comforting about sitting down with a word search to unwind, isn’t there? Grab a cup of hot chocolate and cozy up with our Christmas word search any time during the holiday season. You’ll look for 27 Christmas-related words vertically, horizontally, diagonally, and in reverse.
Christmas Placemats from Happiness is Homemade: Put these Christmas placemats at the kids’ table for your holiday get-togethers. It’s a great way to keep the kids entertained while the adults get some time to mingle and talk with each other. The placemats include Tic Tac Toe boards, a word search, a connect-the-dots snowman, a maze, Sudoku, and lots of items to color.
Christmas Song Emoji Trivia from Happiness is Homemade: Guess the Christmas Songs in this free printable Christmas game! Use the emojis to decipher the name of the Christmas carol in this fun game that’s great for all ages!
Roll-a-Tree Christmas Dice Game from Kenarry: What kid wouldn’t love a simple game played with M&Ms? Roll the die, and place an M&M on the tree according to the color dictated by the number on the die. It’s super easy to play, and everyone’s a winner when you can snack on chocolate candies during the game!
Roll a Reindeer Game from Kitchen Counter Chronicle: Perfect for a small holiday get-together or a classroom Christmas party, this Roll-a-Reindeer game is sure to keep kids entertained. Using a die and the printables, the reindeer is built as the correct numbers are rolled on the die. The first player to complete the reindeer wins!
Christmas Guess Who Game from Adventure in a Box: This game combines fun with learning about Christmas traditions from all around the world. It introduces kids to all sorts of winter gift-bringers, such as Grandfather Frost, Saint Nicholas, Krampus, and Christkind. It’s educational and fun!
Christmas Tree I Spy Ornament Game from Joy in the Works: After you put up your Christmas tree, do you really take the time to admire it? This I Spy ornament game is a fun way to get the kids to take notice of all the fun and interesting ornaments on the trees in your home! Some of the prompts could even be turned into fun journaling activities as well, such as, “Which is your favorite ornament and why?”
Christmas Would You Rather Game from Kitchen Counter Chronicle: Kids just love playing Would You Rather? This holiday version is clean, wholesome, and fun. Each question is really cute, like “Would you rather have a belly that shakes like a bowl full of jelly or eat a bowl full of jelly?”
Switch, Steal, Unwrap Christmas Dice Game from Play Party Plan: Change up your typical white elephant game with this dice game. Roll the dice and follow the prompt for that number on the card. Hopefully, you can switch, steal, or unwrap a good one!
Christmas Charades from Mama Teaches: Charades always get families laughing. Act out these charade cards, which are all Christmas-themed. Examples including catching snowflakes on your tongue and writing a letter to Santa.
Gingerbread Man Activity Cube from Rock Your Homeschool: Help your kids get their wiggles out with a gingerbread-themed gross motor activity. You’ll build the printable gingerbread man cube and roll it to see which action comes up. Will you do ten jumping jacks? Stretch and bend like a candy cane? Roll the cube to find out!
Roll and Color Christmas Game from Picklebums: This is a fun take on the typical dice game for kids. Roll a number and color in some clothes on Santa or some ornaments on the tree. The first player to have both Santa dressed and the tree decorated wins.
Roll a Gingerbread Man from Teach Beside Me: Here’s another fun version of the rolling dice game! The printable cube is included, as are all the pieces for the gingerbread man. See who can complete their gingerbread man first! This fun game is great for kids of all ages; they don’t even need to be of reading age since the directions on the cube are picture-based.
Gingerbread Hunt from Edventures with Kids: Hide gingerbread around the house or yard for the kids to find. You can make it more challenging by adding numbers or letters to the gingerbread men and having the kids put them in order once all the pieces are found. This is such a fun game to play at home or in the classroom.
Christmas Who Am I? from Childhood 101: All you need are some headbands and these game cards to play this hilariously fun printable Christmas game. The card is shown to everyone else but the person on whom the card is placed. That person then tries to guess who he or she is by asking questions. Go around in a circle, with each person asking questions about their characters until someone solves it. With 36 cards, you’ll be able to play quite a few different rounds!
Christmas Carol Opposites from The Crafting Chicks: Guess the Christmas Carol by writing the opposite of the phrase listed. These are so fun! For example, “peanuts chilling in an airtight cooler” would be “chestnuts roasting on an open fire.” That one made us giggle.
Christmas Songs Pictionary from Creations by Kara: Play Pictionary or Charades with these printable cards. They’re perfect for family game night, a class party, or any holiday get-together. Use a large dry-erase board rather than a drawing pad to save on paper.
Use these fun and free printable Christmas games for kids and adults to make the holiday season more magical! Perhaps your Elf on the Shelf can print a few of these to deliver from the North Pole along with these funny jokes and notes!
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- Christmas Mad Libs from Happiness is Homemade
- Christmas Bingo from Happiness is Homemade
- Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt from Happiness is Homemade
- Christmas Word Scramble from Happiness is Homemade
- Christmas Word Search from Happiness is Homemade
- Christmas Placemats from Happiness is Homemade
- Christmas Song Emoji Trivia from Happiness is Homemade:
- Roll-a-Tree Christmas Dice Game from Kenarry
- Roll a Reindeer Game from Kitchen Counter Chronicle
- Christmas Guess Who Game from Adventure in a Box
- Christmas Tree I Spy Ornament Game from Joy in the Works
- Christmas Would You Rather Game from Kitchen Counter Chronicle
- Switch, Steal, Unwrap Christmas Dice Game from Play Party Plan
- Christmas Charades from Mama Teaches
- Gingerbread Man Activity Cube from Rock Your Homeschool
- Roll and Color Christmas Game from Picklebums
- Roll a Gingerbread Man from Teach Beside Me
- Gingerbread Hunt from Edventures with Kids
- Christmas Who Am I? from Childhood 101
- Christmas Carol Opposites from The Crafting Chicks
- Christmas Songs Pictionary from Creations by Kara
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