You’ll love this FREE printable Christmas charades game that comes with over 72 Christmas charades ideas to print and play! This fun holiday game is perfect for those holiday parties with family, friends, and co-workers this December.
Need a creative fun party game this holiday season that will get everyone up moving and keep them smiling and laughing?
Then you’ll love our Christmas charades game!
It’s a wonderful way to bring family, friends, and loved ones together during Christmas time, and is perfect for both adults and kids of all ages.
Be sure to also print our FREE Christmas list template for both kids and adults to write their Christmas list on- 9 options to choose from!
Why Play Charades this Christmas?
- You don’t have to have any supplies or fancy equipment- just print our free printable game!
- Charades brings different generations of people together and away from tv and electronics to have a great time.
- Players will love using their imagination and creativity to bring out their inner actor to act out different actions on their cards.
- It gets everyone up and moving and is simple without any complicated instructions.
How to Play Christmas Charades
This holiday charades game is so easy to play, and is the perfect Christmas game for kids AND adults!
You can play this game with friends and co-workers Christmas parties, or play it with your kids for a fun Christmas activity.
It’s very versatile and truly is for everyone!
Just print, cut out the cards, and place them in a bowl.
To play, split the group into two teams.
Set a timer for three minutes while each team member takes turns picking a slip of paper and acting out different Christmas words for their team to guess.
Each correct guess equals one point, and the team with the most points at the end wins!
Christmas Charades Ideas
Here is a Christmas charade word list of all the cards you can print out below at the bottom of the post.
Our Christmas charade words include lots of favorite Christmas movies, characters, activities, favorite Christmas songs, and Christmas decorations for hours of playing time!
I’ve even included a page of blank charades cards if you’d like to write in any other favorites you might have.
- Home Alone
- Polar Express
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas
- A Christmas Carol
- Nightmare Before Christmas
- A Charlie Brown Christmas
- A Christmas Story
- Ice Skating
- Singing Christmas carols
- Going sledding
- Snowball fight
- Opening presents
- Wrapping presents
- Nice list
- Naughty list
- Christmas card
- Gingerbread house
- Building a snowman
- Candy cane
- Christmas tree
- Hot cocoa
- Santa’s bag
- Gingerbread man
- Christmas cookies
- Snow globe
- Frosty the Snowman
- Silent Night
- Hark the Herald Angels Sing
- Baby It’s Cold Outside
- We Three Kings
- Oh Christmas Tree
- Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
- Silver Bells
- Santa Baby
- Up on the Housetop
- Santa Claus is Coming to Town
- Little Drummer Boy
- Jingle Bell Rock
- Blue Christmas
- Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer
- 12 Days of Christmas
- Sleigh Ride
- I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas
- Ebeneezer Scrooge
- Abominable Snowman
- Mrs. Claus
- The Grinch
- Cindy Lou Who
- Kevin McCallister
- Tiny Tim
- Jacob Marley
- Elf on the Shelf
- Santa Claus
- Charlie Brown
- Polar Bear
- Jack Frost
- Jack Skellington
- Buddy the Elf
How to Print the Christmas Charades Printable
To print the charades cards, just press on the link below to download and print!
The printable includes 72 Christmas charades cards + 18 blank cards if you’d like to fill in some yourself.
The entire pdf is 5 pages long and is for personal use only, not for distribution or commercial use.
Helpful Tip: Be sure to print on white card stock so that your game cards and thicker and more durable.
If you want to use the game multiple times or for multiple years, you can also laminate the cards so that they will last a lot longer.
I hope you enjoy this fun Christmas game as much as we do!
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