I have a fun new free printable holiday game for you today: Christmas Scattergories. But why, you may ask, am I sharing it in the middle of July? Because I was in Hobby Lobby this morning and noticed they’re already stocking the aisles with nativity sets, stockings, and ornaments. Well, it never takes much to put me in the holiday spirit, so I’ve decided to follow their example and do a week’s worth of “Christmas in July” posts.
Part of my rationale is that I always have big plans for sharing such themed posts in December, but I fail to follow through with half of them. There are simply too many other fun things going on that month to spend my time tied to a computer. So posting extra-early is the best way I can think of to make sure those ideas get posted at all.
So this Christmas Scattergories printable is the first in the series. It’s brand new, just in case you’ve already played all our old games and are ready for another challenge. To play, set a timer for five minutes or less and try to come up with as many Christmas-themed words as you can for each letter of the alphabet. Here’s the game in full color:
And here’s a plain-jane version of Christmas Scattergories in black and white (print it out on red or green colored paper if you’d likesomething bright without using colored ink).
More Christmas Games
If you’re a big fan of Christmas party games (like we are), then follow the link below to download 12 of my newest Christmas party games (with answer keys) in a single click!
Can you think of a holiday game we should add to our collection? If so, leave a comment below and tell us about it!
Know friends or family who’d enjoy playing our Christmas games? We’d love it if you’d send them our way by emailing a link or sharing on social media (see share buttons below). Thanks!