Candy Cane Hunt
A candy cane hunt is the very best game to play when having company over, no matter the age group! Firstly buy a bunch of candy canes. Hide them all over your backyard, hide the candy canes on trees, in bushes, or a top car tires. Get creative! Make sure to have some sort of boundary and make it clear which area the candy canes are hiding in. Make a list of all the hiding spots which each candy cane is hiding in. Each player will receive a prize according to how many candy canes he/she found. And if you want to get really creative, you can make some candy canes worth more points by tying a ribbon on a few of them. Most importantly, HAVE FUN AND ENJOY!
Prize Punch Box!
The punch box makes a great activity for large group settings. In my house, we call the punch box “Piñata 2.0” because in a way it is similar to a piñata but on the other hand, it’s a much more organized way for children to receive prizes without ending in fights over how many prizes/candies a child gets!
Get the exact details how to create this fun party favor game over here on my friend’s blog: http://www.acasarella.net/2012/03/party-favor.html
Bingo – Christmas Edition
Feel free to print this file out as many times as there are people you are expecting for your party. Players mark off the images on cards as the images are drawn randomly by a caller, the winner being the first person to mark off five images in a row or another required pattern.
Have fun and enjoy! No cheating 😉
Pin the Red Nose on Rudolph The Reindeer
One at a time, each person is blindfolded and handed a paper “nose” with a push pin or thumbtack poked through it. The blindfolded person is then spun around until he or she is disoriented. The person gropes around and tries to pin the nose on Rudolph the Reindeer. The player who pins their nose closest to the target wins.
Feel free to purchase this game on Etsy!!
Here’s the link: https://www.etsy.com/il-en/listing/213919403/instant-download-christmas-pin-the-nose?ref=market
Jingle Bell Toss
WHAT YOU NEED:
Arrange 10 mini red cups like bowling pins on your board of choice. I used two small canvases but you can literally use anything that will support the weight of the cups and you can prop at a slight angle.
Flip your board over and a hot glue two cups to the top two corners of the underside of your board, creating small legs. This will prop the board at a slight angle during play.
Set the boards up directly across from each other with several feet in between. Have players stand behind the board on either side with a handful of jingle bells. Toss bells underhand and try to get in the cups on the other side!
Thank you PlaygroundParkbench.com for this awesome game! xx