Name the Carols | A Holiday Game + Printable

Do you enjoy playing games? I kinda do, although I don’t play them enough.  I enjoy word games, board games, card games. etc.  I thought it would be fun to play a holiday game!  Of course it wouldn’t be much fun if you couldn’t take it with you — so I made a “Name the Carols” printable.  Woo-Hoo!  Christmas Carols -AND- a game!

I’m not sure if I’ve told you this or not, but I’m a singer.  I {love} to sing, it’s a God-given talent.  I actually used to compete… that seems like centuries ago.  Unfortunately, my vocal chords aren’t used as often as they used to be, but there aren’t too many days that go by where I don’t bust out in song {hee-hee}.  This time of the year brings the fabulous-ness of singing Christmas Carols and blaring Bing Crosby’s version of White Christmas on my ipod.  I believe music is good for the soul.  There is something cheery and uplifting about Christmas music to me too.

Name the Carols is a game I remember playing at Christmas parties, church gatherings and home parties!  Have fun.. and entertain your dinner guests with an icebreaker this year with Name the Carols!

Download Printable {here}
Answer Key can be found {here

“A happy ho-ho-ho to you!”
(as sung by Harry Connick Jr.)

I’ll be partying {here and here}.
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Comments

    • says

      Thanks, Holly! Yay for singing with our sisters too!! Karaoke? Hmmm. I’ll have to pray about that one {hee-hee} Have a fabulous day, friend!

  1. says

    This is harder than it looks! What a fun game to play with family or friends, might take a while knowing my group. lol
    Debbie :)

    • says

      Debbie, You’re comment mad me laugh out loud. Yeah… it can be a little challenging, but I’m sure you’ll all laugh along the way. Happy merry making!! Hugs.

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