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Top 9 Games for the Office Christmas Party

Employees work hard during the whole year and Christmas party is that time to sum up the year with a lot of fun and entertainment.
Here is the list of top 9 Christmas games to play during the office party.

1

Christmas Carol Relay

Christmas Carol Relay

To prepare for the game take a sketchpad and pencils, and write down 10-15 Christmas carols’ titles on a paper.

Split the participants into two or more teams. One player from each group approaches you and you show them the same song title. Then they return to their team and start drawing the song name as a picture.
As soon as the team identifies the carol title, they should write it on a response sheet and submit it to you.
The first team to complete your carol list wins.

2

Name the Carol

Name the Carol

Give a musical touch to your office Christmas party games with this easy-to-assemble activity.
Beforehand create a list of Christmas songs. Start playing 5-10 seconds of each track and let participants guess the carol name.
It is fun to organize this game as an online poll. You shall create a number of polls corresponding to your carols. Then give them a funny list and let them choose the correct one upon listening to the short chords of each Christmas song.
The second fun part comes when everyone sees the results changing in real time.

Bonus points can be awarded, if players can guess the name of the artist and year of release.

3

Christmas Trivia Quiz

Christmas Trivia Quiz

This game is nothing but a lot of fun and competition. Enhance Christmas mood by asking Christmass-related questions and prepare a sweet prize for the winner.
A question example is:
Joe Pesci stars as ‘Harry’ and Daniel Stern is ‘Marv’ in which 1990 Christmas comedy?
A: Home Alone
B: Jingle All the Way
C: Ernest Saves Christmas
D: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Instead of traditional papers and pens, you can again use the online polls. Otherwise, old and gold paper and pen will also do.

4

Dressing Up Santa

Dressing Up Santa

It is a fun team-building game to play with employees of different departments. To play it, the facilitator should split employees in teams of 2-3 members giving them enough space for the game. Each team will have a large cardboard box with a Santa Claus costume, boots, a hat, beard outfit, etc..
Each team should choose a member who should be dressed up as Santa. When the facilitator announces the start, groups have 3-5 minutes to dress up their Santa.
To win the competition, teams should use all the items in their cardboard box and produce the tidiest Santa.

5

Christmas Charades

Christmas Charades

This classic game is loved by everyone. During your office christmas party you can play the game by using Christmas carols or other Christmas-related themes.
First, prepare the list of Christmas terms. Divide participants in teams and show the first player the word. Actors should act out without speaking or making signals of any letters. The team guessing all the terms the fastest will win.

6

Christmas Two Truths and A Lie

Christmas Two Truths and A Lie

You can turn this classic game into a Christmas one too. Ask employees to think about the worst Christmas presents they have ever received. The two of the answers must be true and one should be a lie.
Employees start to announce their responses and the other employees should try to guess which one was the lie.
This game can bring a lot of laughter and fun.

7

ORNAMENT ON A SPOON

ORNAMENT ON A SPOON

This active game is a fun icebreaker to play with representatives of different departments. To play the game set up a relay course and divide the participants into teams.
The first player from each team should go through the course with an ornament on the spoon holding it in a mouth or a hand (you decide the level of difficulty).
Then, that player should pass the ornament to the next player using only spoons and this goes the same in a row. If the ornament drops, the player should do the course again.

8

WHO AM I?

WHO AM I?

The game can be played both in a small and a large group of employees.
To play it write down a famous Christmas character on a sticker and stick it on the other person’s forehead.
Then, when everyone has a sticker on their forehead, each one should ask questions to the team to find out what Christmas characters they have written on their forehead.

9

Christmas Guess Who

Christmas Guess Who

Before the corporate Christmas party ask your colleagues to bring their childhood photos done at the Christmas-time. Label photos with numbers and post them on a wall in the party room. Then ask everyone to guess who is in each picture.
You can do this with sticky notes, with shouts and oral discussion with online polls if your want some more mystery in the game.