Winter is a time for fun and festivities! If you're looking for some winter party or classroom games that will keep everyone entertained, you've come to the right place. We've got a wide variety of games that are perfect for all ages. Whether you're looking for something competitive or just something to keep people occupied, we've got you covered. Check out our list of winter party games. With a little creativity, you're sure to find the perfect game for your next winter party!
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Printable Winter Party Games
Printable Winter Games are a great way to keep your guests entertained at your next winter party. There are a variety of games to choose from, so you can find the perfect one for your party. Whether you want a game that is easy to set up or one that is more challenging, you will be able to find it. Plus, with printable winter games, you can be sure that everyone at your party will be able to join in the fun. So if you are looking for a unique and fun way to entertain your guests this winter, be sure to check out our printable winter games.
Indoor Winter Party Games
Build a Snowman
This is a fun indoor snowman building game. It is perfect for larger groups. You'll need two teams of equal size, and each team will need to build a snowman within a certain time limit. First the teams choose one person to be the snowman. They will wrap them with toilet paper then add buttons and a hat. The first team to finish their snowman will win. Or you could buy these 'Build a Snowman kits' and have a race to see who can build the best snowman the fastest.
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One of our favorite winter party games is snowball toss. This game is perfect for both kids and adults and can be played indoors or outdoors. All you need is a soft ball or Nerf ball and some small plastic cups. Set up the cups in a pyramid shape and then take turns throwing the ball at them. The object of the game is to knock down as many cups as possible. You can also play this game outside with real snowballs!
Looking for something that will get everyone laughing? Try winter charades! This classic game can be tailored to any age group and is sure to have everyone in stitches. One person acts out a winter word, phrase or scene from a movie, TV show, or book while the others try to guess what it is.
When it's too cold to go outside, keep the kiddos busy with these fun indoor snow day games. From crafts to games, there's something for everyone on this list. And best of all, most of them are free!
Classroom Winter Games
We have put together some fun winter games that kids will love. These are perfect to play in the classroom.
One great option is 'snowball bingo.' To set up the game, simply cut out small circles of white paper. In each circle, write a different letter of the alphabet. Then, have each student choose a letter and try to find 5 items around the room that start with that letter.
If you're looking for a game that's a little more low-key, try freeze dance. This is a great option for kids or adults who want to take a break from the competitive games. Put on some fun music and dance around the room. When the music stops, everyone has to freeze in place. The last person to freeze is out of the game. Keep going until there's only one person left!
Kids and teens will love to play this Winter Emoji Pictionary Printable Game. They will have fun trying to solve the winter themed words and phrases using the cute emoji.
This game is played similar to egg and spoon race but with a pompom or cotton ball as a snowball. Each player will need a spoon and a snowball. The object of the game is to race from one point to another without dropping the snowball. If the snowball falls off the spoon, the player must stop and pick it up before continuing. You can play this game individually or as a relay race.
Pin the Nose on the Snowman
Another fun game to play is 'pin the nose on the snowman.' This one is perfect for larger groups. You'll need a large poster of a snowman and some small plastic noses. Blindfold each student in turn and then let them try to pin the nose on the snowman. The person who gets closest to the correct spot wins!
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Looking for something that will get everyone laughing? Try 'Winter Pictionary!' This classic game can be tailored to any age group and is sure to have everyone in stitches. One person draws a scene from a movie, TV show, or book while the others try to guess what it is.
Catch the Snowball
To set up the game, all you need is a small ball for each player and a bin or bucket. Each player takes turns throwing their snowball into the bin from different distances. The player who gets the most snowballs in the bins wins!
These are just a few of our favorite winter games for the classroom. Whatever you decide to play, make sure to have fun.
Outdoor Winter Snow Games
Part of the fun of winter is the snow! And what's more fun than playing in the snow? Here are some great winter party games that will get everyone outside and enjoying the winter weather!
This is a classic winter game that is always a hit! Gather up all of the kids (and adults!) and have a snowball fight. There is not really a winner in this game, it is just about getting out there and having fun.
Snow Sculpting Contest
This is a great game for all ages. Get everyone outside and give them each a chunk of snow. They have to sculpt it into something within a certain time limit. The best sculpture wins!
Snowman Building Contest
Another great game for everyone. Split your guests up into teams and see who can build the best snowman. The winning team gets a prize. Or give everyone 5 minutes to make a snowman. The most creative one will win!
One great option is snowball target practice. To set up the game, simply put up a large piece of poster board or cardboard. Then, draw a target on the board. The object of the game is to see who can hit the target with their snowball the most times.
Snow Angel Contest
If you're looking for a game that's a little more low-key, try snow angel making. This is a great option for kids or adults who want to take a break from the competitive games. Simply lie down in the snow and make an angel and then decorate it. The person with the most creative angel wins.
These are just a few of the many great winter party games that you can play. So get out there and enjoy the snow! And don't forget to take some pictures so you can remember the fun times you had.
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