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Left /Right Game using the Nativity Story. Get 1 gift and wrap it up. (Some people like to get a small gift for everyone playing) Give the gift to one person then as the story is read, the participants pass the gift around to the right or to the left everytime you say right or left as you read the story.
Elf holiday party ideas with games and free printables!
3. Elf Trivia – without using the internet! teams were asked to answer our Elf Trivia (free printable below) to the best of their knowledge. 15 points. 4. Chug-a-coke – teams sent forward one volunteer who felt that they could chug a bottle of Coke the fastest. 10 points were awarded to the winning team.
UpFrontGames-Buddy the Elf Challenge
Buddy the Elf has a strange diet based on the main four food groups. Show this clip on the right to prep your students for an awesome game: Supplies: 1. Cooked Pasta 2. Syrup 3. Sprinkles 4. Marshmallows 5. Chocolate Syrup 6. M&Ms 7. Poptarts (Chocolate fudge is the flavor Buddy uses in Elf) Pro Tips: 1. Recruit volunteers ahead of time. Like, before your event begins so you know who will be down to play along. 2. Don't make kids laugh by complaining ...
29 Mind-Blowing Things You NEVER Knew About ‘Elf’
Will Ferrell is a comic genius, and he brought that genius into a holiday classic — Elf — that's full of so many memorable lines you could have whole conversation just with Buddy quotes. But how much do you really know about this Christmas movie that's quickly become a classic? Find out with this fun Elf trivia!