In this unusual variation of soccer, players can only move around like crabs, with hands and feet on the floor and bodies facing upwards. Use this game to teach about running the good race.
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While the guesser steps out of the room, the remaining players appoint someone to be “It”. How many yes or no questions will the guesser need to identify who “It” is? Use this guessing game to teach about our identity in Jesus Christ.
Players try to identify the Bible character they have been assigned by asking yes or no questions. Great for all ages and for both small and large groups. This game can also be used to introduce a lesson on our identity in Jesus Christ.
In this Christmas Trivia game, everyone is involved at the same time. As players take turns to answer questions, other players can also score points by correctly guessing whether the answer is right or wrong. The Christmas Trivia questions are divided into 5 categories: (1) From the Bible, (2) Christmas Carols, (3) Christmas Movies and Books, (4) Christmas Foods and (5) Random Facts. Download the free Christmas Trivia Questions and Christmas Trivia Board here.
These Christmas Minute to Win It Games are great for any Christmas party for both kids and adults. Using commonly available festive essentials, these low-prep indoor games are not only fun to play but also entertaining to watch!
This special collection of low-prep Minute To Win It games helps you share the true story of Christmas in a fun and memorable way. Each of the six games here is linked to a part of the Biblical Christmas story. This allows you to tell the story of Christmas as you introduce each game.
In this visual puzzle game, emojis are creatively strung together to represent a Christmas song. Players must think outside the box to guess the song title. Play this game during your Christmas party or use it to introduce the Christmas story about angels singing praises on the night Jesus was born! Free downloads for both printable and screen-based versions.
Planning a Christmas party at home or in church? A game of Christmas Bingo is perfect to liven up your celebration! Our Christmas Bingo Cards feature colorful festive illustrations of the nativity scene, baby Jesus, the wise men, Christmas trees, gingerbread houses and more! Download 12 unique Christmas Bingo Cards and 24 Christmas Bingo Calling Cards here.
Download your free printable Christmas Charades cards here. Christmas Charades is a great party game for all types of gatherings. You can also use this game to introduce a lesson on the true meaning of Christmas.
Download your free printable Christmas Pictionary cards here. Play this Christmas version of Pictionary at home, in church, or at any Christmas party! You can also use this game to introduce a lesson on the true meaning of Christmas.
Hold up a large blanket between two teams, with one player from each team standing on either side of the blanket. When the blanket goes down, players must quickly identify and shout their opponent’s name! This ice-breaker game can be used to introduce the Christmas story about the angel appearing to young Mary and the shepherds to tell them about the birth of Jesus.
In this game, players must shake 5 boxes and guess the number of bells each box contains. Play this game during your Christmas party or use it to introduce the Christmas story about angels appearing to the shepherds.
Scavenger Hunts are great fun for groups of all ages. In this collection of Christmas Scavenger Hunts, you will be looking for items unique to the holiday season. The ideas here include options for playing indoors as well as a Christmas Scavenger Hunt around the neighborhood. Christmas themed printables are provided to add a touch of celebratory cheer to the occasion.
Use paper and other materials to transform a teammate into a Christmas tree! This is a quick and easy game that you can play at any Christmas party! Simply provide the materials and leave the rest to the creativity of your guests.
Gift-wrapped presents are passed around as a story is read out loud. (2 printable stories are provided.) When the word “left” comes up in the story, the gifts are passed to the left. When the word “right” comes up in the story, the gifts are passed to the right. This variation of “Pass the Parcel” is a great Christmas game for giving out party gifts and a fun way to conduct a Christmas gift-exchange.
If you are preparing gifts for all your party guests, why not play this game before giving them out? Whoever carries the most gifts across the room gets the first pick! You can also play this game with a bunch of gift-wrapped empty boxes.
Don’t get caught with the ornament in your hands! Players sit in a circle and pass a Christmas ornament around behind their backs while someone standing in the center of the circle tries to guess where the ornament is.