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Who Gets What? Christmas Matching Game

Who Gets What?

December is here. It’s time to celebrate! Not only is Christmas just around the corner, but our family is officially in our new house, having moved the very last box of stuff over late last night. Hooray!!

We spent the entire month of November s-l-o-w-l-y moving, room by room — which explains why I only wrote four posts all month. Sorry about that! We were on a time crunch.

The inside of our house looks fairly organized now (I’ll post some photos in a week or so), but after that final few days’ push, my garage currently looks like this:

What a mess!

Does that mess look overwhelming to you? To me, it looks like a challenge. How much of it can I get put away before Doug gets home from work?

Of course, this is what’s left AFTER we had a garage sale last weekend and parted with a literal ton of belongings (or more), including lots of furniture and two front loading washer/dryer sets:

Garage Sale - you haul it off so we don't have to!

The hardest thing I had to part with? My nursery furniture (sniff sniff). I painted those little lambs on that toy box myself, the same day I went into labor with our firstborn. That was 28 years and 12 children ago!

Garage sale - parting with priceless treasures

From the looks of my new garage, we’ll need to have another sale in the very near future. Until then, I’ll be playing an extended game of “What Goes Where.” Ha!

Free Printable Christmas Party Games

Time to start matching!

Since it wouldn’t be fair for me to have ALL the fun, I’m posting a related game that you can play, too. I call it “Who Gets What?”

Free printable Christmas game: Who Gets What?

You’ll have to draw on your knowledge of movies, literature, and history if you want to get a perfect score on our “Who Gets What” Christmas Matching Game. Print off a few copies and try your skill. Set a timer, compete with your family, or pass it out at your next Christmas party and challenge those in attendance to play.

When you’re ready to see how you did, just check this answer key. No fair peeking early.

Want more? Then follow the link below to download 12 of my newest Christmas party games (with answer keys) in a single click!

12 Days of All New Party Games

Or you can follow these links to try some of the Christmas games I’ve published during Christmases past:

  1. Ice Breaker Bingo
  2. Christmas Word Scramble
  3. Christmas Timeline Challenge
  4. Who Gets What? Matching Game
  5. Put the Baby in the Manger
  6. Merry Christmas Word Find
  7. Christmas Carol Quiz
  8. 12 Days of Christmas Sing-a-Long
  9. Who Wore It Best? Matching Game
  10. Holiday Photo Scavenger Hunt
  11. Christmas Travel Bingo
  12. How Well Do You Know Your Christmas Carols?

Have fun. I’ll try to post again soon, but for now, I’ve got to get back to work!

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!

Christmas Games - Who Got What

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  1. Hi Jennifer and family,

    Thank you ever so much for your gracious gift. It will delight my friends and family as we share laughs at the errors, memories of the holidays and take a moment to be grateful for what we have. May the Lord infuse your family with love, laugther and many blessings.


  2. We were given this at a senior center get together but even with Wikipedia’s help couldn’t fill the last three blanks #10 #17 #19. I’ve looked on your blog but can’t locate the key. I have answers J, N, and P unused but may have incorrect answers. Have learned a lot about plots of movies I haven’t seen. If you still have the answers could you please tell me how to get them? Love your blog and useful record keeping lists. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Ha! Even Wikipedia couldn’t help you, huh? The answer key has always been linked above, Deb, but admittedly, you’d originally have had to read pretty closely to find it. I’ve tried to make it a little more obvious now by giving it a button all to itself. Just scroll down the page, and the you’ll find button to print the solutions directly beneath the button to print the quiz. Thanks for playing!

  3. I found the cute quiz over the weekend, finished it, and checked with your answer key. Too fun (I got them all right). 8)
    I plan to share them with the staff here at school and with some of my hospice clients! Thank you so much!!!
    Grateful and happy wishes!!

    1. Congratulations on making a perfect score on that quiz, Tracy, and thanks for sharing it with your clients. Hope you all have a wonderful new year!

    1. Yes, Erin. The answer key has always been linked above, but I’ve gone back now and tried to make it more obvious by creating a button link right below the copy of the printable.

  4. I really enjoy your blog posts. I found you when searching for scripture printables. Congratulations on the new home. I’ve always found moving to be a fun adventure.

    I wish I could have gone to your yard sale!

    Thank you for providing the wonderful art and resources. “Keep on sowing your seed for you never know which will grow. Perhaps it all will”

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