Add an extra element of fun to your next shindig with this helpful idea. When you're hosting a celebration, it's important to choose a theme that matches the occasion. Try this suggestion: If you need extra seating at your shindig, ask guests to bring lawn chairs.
Rudolph need his nose back when playing this Christmas party game! Who wants to pin the nose on the reindeer? Pin the Nose on the Reindeer is played just as you would play the traditional "pin the tail on the donkey." But this is the Christmas version. You can actually take this game and make it customized for any holiday, but here is what you will do for Christmas. Draw a large reindeer face on a piece of poster board. Cut out small red circles to use as the nose. Place a small piece of tape on the nose and blindfold the first guest. Spin them around then send them off to pin the nose on the reindeer. The player who puts the nose closest to the correct spot wins the game and the Christmas prize. Make sure to label all of the spots so a winner can be determined in the end. Setting up the game can be a fun craft for the kids who arrive first at the party. They will really enjoy seeing all the Christmas decorations you have put up. Christmas party favors would make wonderful gifts. They could be reindeer antlers or noses, or possibly a Christmas decoration for the tree! Pin the Nose on the Reindeer is great fun for kids at a Christmas party. It's the same as Pin the Tail on the Donkey, except the donkey is replaced by Rudolf, and the tail is replaced by a red nose. As in the original game, the child is blindfolded, turned around a couple of times and headed to pin the nose on.
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