Christmas Would You Rather for Kids – Free Printable

The holiday season is a magical time filled with joy, laughter, and lots of festive activities. One great way to engage kids of all ages in the holiday spirit is by playing “Christmas Would You Rather for Kids.” This fun game not only sparks laughter and joy but also encourages family members to share their preferences and holiday wishes. Let’s dive into a series of Christmas-themed questions, broken down into five categories, to make your holiday gatherings even more memorable! You can download a free printable of these questions at the bottom of the post.

Christmas Traditions: Choosing Your Festive Favorites

Christmas Would You Rather for Kids: Traditions Edition

  1. Would you rather build a snowman or make snow angels?
  2. Decorate a real Christmas tree or a fake Christmas tree?
  3. Wear an ugly Christmas sweater or elf ears to a Christmas party?
  4. Sing Christmas carols door-to-door or watch a Christmas play?
  5. Help Santa Claus in his workshop or ride on Santa’s sleigh?
  6. Spend Christmas Eve at home or at Disney World?
  7. Have a snowball fight or go on a sleigh ride?
  8. Stay up all night waiting for Santa or go to bed early on Christmas Eve?
  9. Make handmade ornaments or buy store-bought ornaments?
  10. See Rockefeller Center’s tree lighting or attend a local holiday parade?

Festive Food: Sweet and Savory Delights

Christmas Would You Rather for Kids: Foodie Fun

  1. Nibble on gingerbread house or Christmas cookies?
  2. Drink hot chocolate with marshmallows or warm apple cider?
  3. Eat candy canes or chocolate coins?
  4. Feast on a big holiday meal or lots of small presents?
  5. Try cranberry sauce or mashed potatoes at Christmas dinner?
  6. Bake Christmas cookies with family or do Christmas-themed baking alone?
  7. Have Christmas dinner with your extended family or a close-knit family gathering?
  8. Eat Christmas pudding or a festive fruitcake?
  9. Cook a traditional Christmas meal or try dishes from around the world?
  10. Partake in a white elephant gift exchange with snacks or a potluck dinner?

Christmas Presents: Gift-Giving Galore

Christmas Would You Rather for Kids: Presents Edition

  1. Receive one big present or lots of small presents?
  2. Open presents on Christmas Eve or Christmas morning?
  3. Get gift cards or surprise gifts?
  4. Receive a handmade Christmas card or a store-bought one?
  5. Find a new gift or something nostalgic from a past winter holiday?
  6. Give a secret Santa gift or exchange gifts with your best friend?
  7. Get a fun toy or a book as a Christmas present?
  8. Receive a future winter holiday trip or a new gadget?
  9. Get Christmas-themed clothes or general winter attire?
  10. Have an extra day of gifts or an entire day of fun activities?

Holiday Entertainment: Movies and Music

Christmas Would You Rather for Kids: Entertainment Edition

  1. Watch “The Polar Express” or “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”?
  2. Listen to “Jingle Bells” or “Silent Night” on repeat?
  3. Star in a Christmas movie or record a Christmas song?
  4. Watch a new Christmas movie or a classic like “It’s a Wonderful Life”?
  5. Sing along to Christmas songs or play Christmas music on an instrument?
  6. Go to a Christmas concert or a festive movie night?
  7. Watch Christmas movies all day or play holiday-themed games?
  8. Act in a school Christmas play or direct it?
  9. Have a movie marathon of Christmas comedies or Christmas adventures?
  10. Listen to holiday music from around the world or just from your country?

Magical Christmas Characters: Santa and His Companions

Christmas Would You Rather for Kids: Character Choices

  1. Meet Santa Claus or a group of Santa’s reindeer?
  2. Have Rudolph’s red nose or a polar bear’s white fur?
  3. Become one of Santa’s elves or a character from a Christmas story?
  4. Spend a day with Jack Frost or the Abominable Snowman?
  5. Ride on Santa’s sleigh or pilot your own magical snowmobile?
  6. Be Ebenezer Scrooge for a day or the Grinch before his heart grew?
  7. Laugh like ‘Ho Ho Ho’ or jingle like sleigh bells?
  8. Help decorate Santa’s workshop or design the North Pole’s Christmas lights?
  9. Fly with a team of reindeer or travel by magic snow fort?
  10. Be an honorary member of the elf team or a Christmas angel for a day?

Playing “Christmas Would You Rather for Kids” is a perfect way to add fun and laughter to your family gatherings during the Christmas season. Not only do these questions ignite imagination and holiday cheer, but they also bring family members closer together. For more holiday fun, check out these free printable Christmas activities and games:

Have a Merry Christmas and enjoy playing this fun way to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year!

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