6 Great Games for Your Company Christmas Party

Finding party games that will entertain the masses while remaining office-appropriate can be a difficult task. Here are some great games to play at your company Christmas party.

1) Two Facts, One Lie:

This is a great company game. Each one playing will have to tell 3 facts about themselves. One of the facts is fictitious and two are real. The group has to make a guess. Whomever guesses the most correct lies, wins the game.


2) Scavenger Hunt:

Don’t want to tell your co workers about your personality? Then this is the game for you. A scavenger hunt can be a great way to get people to mingle and even gets people who would not other wise talk or interact to work together. Make a list of hints based on the history of the company. Form trails to enable each team to find a next clue.

3) Pinata:

It’s not just for birthdays anymore. It’s a fun stress reliever for everyone. Just don’t be stingy with the prizes inside. Get some 5 dollar bills, full size candy bars, gifts cards to coffee places, etc.


4) What’s this thing I’m touching:

This will be fun because it will work your coworkers sense of touch. Place several different items in a bowl. Things like stress balls, slippery toys, etc. The person is then blindfolded and will have to reach in a try to guess what they have in their hands.

5) What song is it?:

This game the music lovers of the company will love. Choose different songs before the party gets started. Play a small bit of the song and stop suddenly. The players will have to guess the title and artist and put it on a piece of paper. The player with the most right guesses wins.


6) Musical Chairs:

This one is pretty self-explanatory. Arrange a few chairs facing away from each other in a circle. Keep one less seat then the number of players playing. Start playing the music and have them walk around the circle of chairs. Stop playing the music suddenly and the participants will need to find a seat asap. The employee without a chair is eliminated from the game.

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