Enjoy our ‘Would You Rather’ Christmas questions, tailor-made for kids. This fun game will ignite spirited discussions and fuel their creative minds. Plus, we’ve designed a free printable worksheet featuring all the questions. Simply download, print, and watch the excitement unfold as your little ones passionately debate their preferences. Brace yourself for a laughter-filled, creative Christmas journey!
Our family has recently become obsessed with game nights, and these Christmas ‘Would You Rather’ questions have been a huge hit.
These ‘Would You Rather’ Christmas questions are perfect for continuous holiday fun, whether you’re cozying up at home or attending a family gathering. Keep the celebration going all season long!
Fun Would You Rather Christmas Questions for Kids
Playing games with our children isn’t just fun, it’s beneficial in a variety of ways.
The benefits of playing games together:
Engaging in family game nights fosters a vibrant and interactive environment that enhances relationships while offering a host of developmental, social, and emotional advantages for all family members.
- Nurturing Relationships: Game nights serve as a platform for family members to nurture their relationships, form deeper bonds, and enhance their connection.
- Promoting Interaction: Games prompt interaction and communication among family members, fostering dialogue and understanding.
- Cultivating Critical Skills: Games often require problem-solving, critical thinking, decision-making, and strategic planning skills, aiding in the overall development of these abilities.
- Boosting Emotional Health: Games can boost emotional health by serving as an outlet for stress relief, laughter, and fun. They help dissipate tension and foster a positive atmosphere.
- Fostering Learning: When families play games together, they create enriching learning experiences that stimulate curiosity, bolster knowledge retention, and promote intellectual growth.
- Encouraging Healthy Competition: Family game nights encourage healthy competition, teaching family members to appreciate and celebrate each other’s victories.
- Facilitating Digital Detox: Game nights offer families a chance to unplug from digital devices and technology, promoting genuine, face-to-face interactions and connections.
Your Christmas Eve night or Christmas party isn’t complete without this fun Christmas activity for kids. These are great conversation starters that get the whole family talking in a fun way. Feel free to mix and match these questions to create your own fun and engaging Christmas game for kids!
Would you rather…
- have snow on Christmas Day or have a sunny, warm Christmas?
- decorate a giant gingerbread house or a giant Christmas tree?
- receive one big present or lots of small presents on Christmas morning?
- build a snowman with your family or have a snowball fight with your friends?
- have a Christmas that never stops playing music or Christmas lights that change color on command?
- go caroling with your friends or watch a Christmas movie marathon at home?
- have a magical snow globe that can take you to any place in the world or a talking Christmas ornament that tells jokes?
- have a pet reindeer or an elf friend?
- wear a Santa hat every day for a month or wear reindeer antlers every day for a month?
- have a sleigh ride with Santa or ride in a hot air balloon over a snowy landscape?
- have a snowball fight with your favorite cartoon characters or build a snow fort with them?
- eat only candy canes for a day or only Christmas cookies for a day?
- have a Christmas tree that dispenses hot cocoa or one that showers you with confetti when you decorate it?
- have a snowball fight with Frosty the Snowman or go ice skating with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
More Christmas Would You Rather Questions for Kids
Keep the holiday spirit going all throughout the Christmas season and ask your kids these questions. Simply print out your own question cards on index cards. These Christmas-themed questions should bring about some fun and festive discussions during your holiday parties!
Would you rather…
- have a fake Christmas tree or a real Christmas tree?
- rather leave cookies for Santa or cookies for reindeer?
- help an angel get their wings or help the Grinch grow his heart?
- eat turkey or ham for your holiday meal?
- sing a solo of “Jingle Bells” in front of the whole party or dance alone to “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”?
- have a snowball fight with Santa Claus or build a snowman with Frosty?
- unwrap a present every hour or wait until Christmas morning to open them all at once?
- wear a Santa beard or reindeer antlers for the entire party?
- decorate the Christmas tree with candy canes or popcorn strings.
- spend a day at the North Pole or ride on Santa’s sleigh for one night?
- eat only Christmas cookies or drink only hot chocolate at the party?
- have a real tiny reindeer as a pet or a talking snowman friend?
- get a kiss under the mistletoe from a Grinch or a hug from a Yeti?
- play in the snow all day without getting cold or stay inside and watch your favorite Christmas movies?
- go to Disney World or Disneyland for Christmas?
- eat a big holiday meal or snack on appetizers all day?
- have handmade ornaments or store-bought ornaments on your Christmas tree?
- take a Christmas vacation by going on a road trip or flying on a plane?
- open presents or give presents?
- wear Santa’s red suit or Rudolph’s red nose?
- participate in a white elephant gift exchange or a secret Santa gift exchange?
- sing Christmas carols or make homemade Christmas cards?
- watch A Christmas Story or White Christmas?
- go to a Christmas parade or listen to holiday music at home?
- have white lights or multi-colored lights on your house?
- have a snow day or a warm day on Christmas?
- eat ice cream or drink hot chocolate?
- be one of Santa’s elves or one of Santa’s reindeer?
- eat a whole gingerbread house or drink a gallon of eggnog in one sitting?
- have a nose that glows like Rudolph or ears that move when you’re excited like an elf?
- have candy canes for arms or Christmas baubles for eyes?
- have to loudly sing the chorus of “Jingle Bells” every time you walk into a room or wear a Santa suit to school every day?
- live in a giant snow globe or in Santa’s workshop at the North Pole?
- only be able to whisper “Ho Ho Ho” instead of speaking normally or have to cartwheel everywhere instead of walking?
- have Christmas tree tinsel for hair or ornaments for fingers?
- always have to wear Christmas socks or a Christmas hat?
- be wrapped up in Christmas lights or wrapped up in wrapping paper?
- slide down a rainbow with an elf or fly through the sky with a reindeer?
- have a pet snowman that never melts or a pet reindeer that can fly?
- spend Christmas on a tropical beach making sandmen or at the North Pole making snowmen?
- have snowflakes fall whenever you snap your fingers or jingle bells ring whenever you clap your hands?
This simple and easy Christmas game requires little prep! Get ready for a great time in less than five minutes. Simply download, print, and play!
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How to Play Christmas Would You Rather Questions Game for Kids
To play the Christmas Would You Rather Questions game for kids, here is a simple guide:
- Prepare the Questions: Use our list of holiday “Would You Rather” questions that are suitable for kids. You can also create your own Would You Rather Christmas Edition Questions on our blank cards.
- Gather Participants: Gather a group of kids who will be playing the game at the dinner table or in the same spot in the living room. Make sure everyone is comfortable and ready to have fun!
- Explain the Rules: Briefly explain the rules of the game to the participants. Let them know that they will be presented with two options and they have to choose which one they would rather do.
- Take Turns: Have the participants take turns reading out the questions to the group. Make sure each question is clear and easy to understand.
- Decision Time: Each participant should think about their choice and then share their answer with the group. Encourage them to explain why they made their choice, sparking fun discussions and laughter.
- Rotate Roles: Keep rotating the person who reads the questions, so everyone gets a chance to participate and have their turn.
- Enjoy the Game: Continue playing, exploring different Halloween scenarios, and enjoying the lively conversations that arise from the questions.
Remember, the main objective is to have fun and engage in lighthearted Halloween-themed discussions with the kids. Adapt the rules as needed to suit the age group and preferences of the participants.
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More Christmas Games for Kids
Play these Christmas activities at home or at any Christmas party:
- Best Christmas Games – These activities include free holiday games you can easily play at home or outdoors. Choose from party games, Christmas activities, and unique hands-on activities.
- Ultimate Christmas Activity Pack – includes Christmas worksheets for kids such as a Lego Challenge, Christmas Word Search, a Christmas Coloring page, and more!
- Christmas Scavenger Hunt – is an entertaining and educational activity that can bring joy and excitement to the holiday season.
- Christmas Photo Bingo Game – Grab a camera and see how many photos you can snap!
- Christmas Gift Exchange Game – a fun and unique way to exchange gifts with a group.
- Countdown to Christmas Movie Challenge – How many of these Christmas movies can you watch during the holiday season?
- Christmas Charades Game
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