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Thread: Xmas Paper Board Games

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    I am the Hotel Director at a Casino/Hotel. I have a Xmas party every year for my Hotel Clerks. We go out to supper and have a drink (or two!), o a gift exchange, and I do a few paper games that are on such as Xmas Bingo, Xmas Word Search, etc. I have been doing this for 7 years so I am about out of ideas. In the past I have gone online to look for some ideas but it is hard to find Free things--mostly what I find is things to order. Does anyone have any ideas for Xmas paper games that they could share with me? I would appreciate any ideas anyone has and would share some of mine with you if you would like. Please PM me if you have any ideas to share with me. Oh--important detail--the Xmas party is December 7th so I need ideas quick!!! Thanks in advance for any ideas I get from you all.

    Audrey Borning
    Echo, MN

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    If you know what Mad Libs are, we used to play a game like that. Fold a piece of paper accordion style so you can only see one section at a time. Each person writes one thing and folds it and passes it on the next person, and gets one from someone else (everyone starts with a piece of paper and they get passed around the circle). So you would tell everyone first,for instance, write a building or place. Next line (papers have been passed) write an animal. Next line, a piece of clothing...
    etc, etc, When everyone is done, read each one like
    twas the night before Christmas and all through the "casino"
    not a creature was stirring, not even a "cow"
    the "girdles" were hung by the chimney with care....etc etc.

    the people writing don't know what they are filling in. You would have to plan it before hand.

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    http://www.brownielocks.com/xmastrivia.html
    Christmas trivia game - other choices at bottom of page


    http://www.his-forever.com/carol_game.htm
    Name that Christmas Carol - i.e. Bleached Noel would be White Christmas

    hope this helps

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    PTquilts, I love Mad Libs. They are a riot once you have all your nouns, adverbs, adjectives etc filled in and start reading it out to participants. We have played camping and got to laughing so hard we couldn't even finish the story.

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