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Kids Christmas Party Activities: 35+ Exciting and Joyful Ideas

I Can Show You the World! I have always been deeply in love with everything about Christmas, and now that I am a mom, creating magical moments for my children during this festive season means...

I Can Show You the World!

I have always been deeply in love with everything about Christmas, and now that I am a mom, creating magical moments for my children during this festive season means the world to me. If you, too, enjoy making incredible Christmas memories with your little ones and are planning a kids Christmas party, then you have come to the right place. Get ready to discover over 35 fabulous kids Christmas party activities that will make your event an absolute hit!

Games to Keep the Fun Rolling

One of the essential aspects of a kids Christmas party is the entertainment. Here are some fantastic Christmas games to get everyone into the holiday spirit!

Pin the Nose on the Snowman

This classic game never fails to entertain. Blindfold your tiny guests, spin them around, and challenge them to pin the carrot nose on the snowman's face! It's a super affordable game with great reviews.

Pin the Nose on the Snowman Blindfold fun with Pin the Nose on the Snowman

Christmas Carol Charades

Write down Christmas Carol titles on slips of paper and throw them into a Santa hat. Party guests take turns picking out a slip and then acting out that song - classic charades with a festive twist!

Ring Toss Around the Christmas Tree

Set up a ring toss game using holiday-themed items or household objects. Make it more challenging by adding obstacles that the kids have to avoid when tossing the ring towards the tree. Great for all ages!

Santa’s Sleigh Musical Chairs

A fun spin on musical chairs! Arrange chairs in sets of two facing one way, resembling Santa's reindeer. Play "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" while the kids move around. When the music stops, find out who has no seat left!

Pom Pom Cup Toss

A simple game that only requires cups and pom poms. Set up cups in the shape of a Christmas tree on each side of a table. Kids take turns throwing pom poms into their opponent's cups. Who will be the first to get all their pom poms in?

Snowman Bowling

Set up regular bowling pins and use white "snowballs" for a fun game. This can get rowdy, so make sure to clear some space for when the pins go flying!

Christmas Cookie Relay Race

A fun and delicious activity involving a cookie tray, a spatula, and plates for the Christmas cookies. Teams compete to carry all their cookies from one side of the room to the other, using a spatula. First team to finish wins!

Don’t Ring the Jingle Bell Obstacle Course

Attach jingle bells to various obstacles such as a hula hoop or a limbo bar. Challenge kids to complete the course without making the bells jingle. The quietest kid is the winner!

Christmas BINGO

An easy and exciting Christmas game for kids. Call out different symbols on the board while the children eagerly wait for their winning moment. Get ready for the cheerful cries of BINGO!

Christmas Carols Freeze Dance

Crank up the Christmas carols and watch the kids have a blast dancing to the music. When the music stops, see who can freeze in place the fastest!

Santa Says

A variation of Simon Says, this game helps transition to the next activity. Play for a few minutes and then direct the kids to "Santa says move over to the craft table" or any other desired location.

Wrapping Paper Clothing Competition

Why not turn discarded wrapping paper into a fun competition? Kids can create their own outfits using wrapping paper and tissue paper. The most beautiful outfit or the first complete outfit wins!

Indoor Snowball Fight

Create a memorable kids Christmas party with an indoor snowball fight. Use soft indoor snowballs and turn off the lights for an exciting twist. Add glow necklaces and a disco ball for extra fun. Don't forget to freeze when the music stops!

Catch the Gingerbread Scavenger Hunt

Hide a gingerbread man plush or printout and give out hints and clues as the party progresses. Let the kids search for it during a lull or have everyone search at the same time. A stuffed gingerbread man or a cookie could become the prize for the winner.

Mouthwatering Christmas Party Food

A kids Christmas party wouldn't be complete without delicious and festive food! Here are some mouthwatering treats that will surely delight your little guests.

Cookie Decorating

Turn the holiday gathering into a creative extravaganza by decorating cookies. You can use premade cookie decorating kits or even reach out to a local bakery for their cookie decorating kits. Kids will love having their own cookies to eat or take home!

Cookie Decorating Enjoy the sweet moments of cookie decorating

Gingerbread House Building

Bring holiday cheer to the party with gingerbread house building. This activity might require some adult assistance and is perfect for older children. Get a couple of gingerbread house kits and let the creativity flow. Don't forget to sample the candies during the process!

Hot Chocolate Station

Create a DIY hot chocolate station with different types of hot cocoa and an array of toppings. Candy cane stirrers, whipped cream, marshmallows, shaved chocolate, and more will make this a decadent party experience.

Popcorn Chains for Christmas Trees

Combine fine motor skills and decoration by making popcorn chains for the Christmas tree. Set up bowls of popcorn along with thread and kid-friendly needles. The finished chains can be taken home as party favors.

Make Your Own Reindeer Chow

Prepare a reindeer chow station with zip bags, bowls of ingredients, scoops, and placards. Kids can make their own reindeer chow to enjoy during the party and leave some out for Santa's reindeer.

Veggie or Fruit Christmas Tree

Make fresh fruits and vegetables more festive by arranging them in the shape of a Christmas tree. Use green grapes, apples, oranges, and berries as ornaments. For a vegetable Christmas tree, use green peppers, cucumbers, and broccoli. Healthy and delightful!

Snowman Pudding Cups

Turn vanilla pudding cups into adorable snowmen by drawing snowman faces on them. Kids can enjoy their personalized snowman pudding cups during the party.

Reindeer Rice Krispy Treats

Transform ordinary Rice Krispy treats into cute reindeers. A fun and delicious addition to your kids Christmas party.

String Cheese Snowmen

Offer a protein-packed snack with these adorable snowman cheese sticks. Kids will love them, and they make perfect treats for the classroom Christmas parties too!

Watermelon Christmas Trees

Add a touch of freshness to your Christmas party with watermelon Christmas trees. They are healthy, fun, and great for an after-school snack during the holidays.

Strawberry Santas

These strawberry Santa hats are both healthy and festive. They make delightful treats for your holiday party and are perfect for a class party or an after-school snack.

Snowman Christmas Cheeseball

Serve a traditional cream cheese cheeseball shaped like a snowman. It's both delicious and a great addition to your party table.

Banana Santas

These banana slices with strawberry hats make ideal healthy snacks for your kids Christmas party. Just make sure to assemble them close to serving time to avoid the banana slices turning brown.

Food Collection Box

Spread the joy of giving during the Christmas season by setting up a food collection box. As guests enter the party, invite them to contribute donations. Contact a local church or food bank to inquire about their needs.

Crafty Kids Christmas Party Activities

The best part about crafts during a kids Christmas party is that they double as party favors. Let your guests take home their own festive creations!

Countdown to Christmas Paper Chains

Get ready to cut construction paper and create paper chains. Count down the days until Christmas from your party date, and each child can take home their very own countdown decoration.

Ornament Making Station

Set up a station with examples of ornaments and art supplies. Let the children's imaginations run wild as they create their own ornaments to hang on their trees.

Pipe Cleaner Beaded Wreath Ornaments

A fun and easy craft involving Christmas-colored pony beads and pipe cleaners. Kids of all ages will enjoy making wreath-shaped ornaments.

Popsicle Stick Reindeer Ornaments

Create adorable reindeer ornaments using popsicle sticks. Hot glue the sticks together and let the kids decorate them with eyes, noses, and whatever else their imagination desires.

Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree Ornaments

Let your kids get creative by making their own Christmas tree ornaments using popsicle sticks, pipe cleaners, and other embellishments. They can design unique and festive decorations for their trees.

Snowflake Beaded Ornaments

Twist together some pipe cleaners to form snowflake shapes. Then, let the kids thread beads onto them to complete the snowflake design. A wonderful motor skill activity!

Christmas Card Station

Gather paper, coloring supplies, and Christmas-themed stickers to set up a card-making station. Let the kids design their own cards, adding glitter and other festive touches. A perfect opportunity for them to express their creativity.

Paper Plate Elf Hats

Make easy paper plate elf hats as party activities and party favors. Kids will love wearing them and playing pretend during the party.

Stocking Decorating

Provide felt stockings and a variety of decorating materials such as markers, foam stickers, and glitter. Kids can decorate their stockings and hang them on their trees once they're finished.

Candy Cane Reindeer

Transform candy canes into cute reindeer with googly eyes, pom-pom noses, and pipe cleaner antlers. These crafty treats also make excellent party favors.

Easy Kids Christmas Party Activities

Make your house the go-to party destination for kids by incorporating these delightful kids Christmas party activities. Whether it's the mouthwatering snacks or the exciting games, your party is guaranteed to be a hit!

Remember, the joy and laughter of the little ones are the real gifts of the season.

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