Whether your crew is in the mood to go snowman bowling, get , or try their luck with a few , you'll definitely want to set aside some time on for these holiday festivities.
You love shouting out answers to Family Feud, but did you know you can easily turn your living room into the TV game show? Download this Powerpoint file on Etsy and instantly get 13 rounds of holiday trivia questions.
Print out a handful of , filled with candy canes, snowflakes, and gingerbread men — only the most cheerful, holiday items.
Because everyone LOVES a good game of charades. P.S.: This also makes an adorable gift idea!
These festive props (wooden rods included!) will convince even the most camera-shy family member to jump in the frame.
Quick! Do you know the only movie to win an Academy Award for its Santa? (Answer: It was Edmund Gwenn's Kris Kringle in .) Be prepared to answer that question and more in this fact-filled test of holiday smarts.
Save your old Pringles containers and learn how to make them into holiday cookie containers. Not only are they cute, but they ship well, too!
You'll just need some for this variation on the classic party game. If you're feeling crafty, you can make a DIY version using a with a tutorial from .
This is your classic game of memory but with festive holiday pictures instead. Reviewers rave about how the beautiful (and sturdy!) the cards will last for many Christmases.
Equal parts craft and game, this bowling activity is pure winter fun for your little ones.
Round up all your friends and family so you can tackle this 1,000-piece holiday puzzle together. The image features Santa Claus checking his list — twice, of course.
A merry little spin on an Easter egg hunt, hide a set of wrapped candy canes throughout the house, and leave them for others to collect.
Let the kids be Santa Claus for a change with this heartwarming board game where the emphasis is on giving gifts instead of receiving them. Fair warning: Players are also challenged to sing a favorite holiday tune.
Wine corks get the Frozen treatment for this wintry version of tic-tac-toe. Your little Elsa fans are guaranteed to love it.
This blogger went all out and built her own clay game pieces for this festive spin on the classic board game . You can just as easily use (which conveniently come wrapped in different colors) on your own DIY board.
It turns out you can play reindeer games south of the North Pole. Fave characters Rudolph, Hermey, and Yukon Cornelius all make an appearance in this movie-themed challenge of saving the misfit toys.
Find out how many Santa hats you can stack before your tower falls over!
Transform white Styrofoam cups into mini snowmen, place them into a pyramid, and toss a makeshift snowball at them.
This easy game is bound to get a few laughs — and it just might reveal some artistic talent! But fair warning: drawing on top of your head is a lot harder than it seems.
This toddler-appropriate sorting game is one part festive fun, one part educational experience. Build a cardboard tree with circular colored cutouts, and then watch as your little ones match the balls — er, ornaments — to the right spaces.
These extra-vibrant "snow paints" only require two ingredients, so they're super easy to make. Plus, they're perfect for a friendly family art competition or an ice-cold game of Pictionary.
Challenge your kids to stack green cups high enough to look like a Christmas tree. The best part: When they're done playing, you can save the cups to use for next year.
Amy from Positively Splendid created these bean bags from scratch! If you're not as ambitious (or your sewing skills aren't up to par), feel free to buy them. This game is also a perfect opportunity for teams!
The key to pulling off the cutest holiday game for kids is finding the perfect "V"-shaped sticks to serve as antlers in your backyard.
Dress in red and white, and use some low-budget frisbee rings to toss onto the wooden stands.
Having trouble deciding what game to play this Christmas? Make a game board with all of your options or the night's schedule.
Put those extra three-sided poster boards to use, and feed this adorable snowman while you're at it!
White Elephant is the infamous gift-exchange game that has each player fighting for the best present. After the first person chooses a gift from the pile, the next person can either steal that gift or take from the stash.
Joe Wos's book is full of creative puzzles for any season, but he drew up this special holiday-themed maze exclusively for us. Just download and print for a quick boredom buster.