Looking for a suitable Christmas challenge for your family or friends? Well, there are several Christmas challenge you can choose from. These challenges or games are easy to play and entertaining too. Both the younger and older ones can participate in any of these challenges.
The purpose of this Christmas challenge is to keep your day entertainment with either Christmas activities or games to make the day a beautiful and enjoyable one.
Here are a list of Christmas challenge you can try out with your family and friends. They are:
- Dance challenge
Jump rope challenge
Makeover in dark challenge
Don’t laugh challenge
1. Dance challenge
Get your family or friends together and put on a nice Christmas song. Make sure everyone dances to it while the grandma, grandpa, or the oldest there, announce the winner of the dance.
2. Jump rope challenge
Get a long rope that can contain up to 10 people for skipping. The one who is able to last longer without failing to skip as the rope passes by, wins.
3. Make over in dark
The young ladies (teenagers) in the family or extended families should participate in this challenge. They will have to make over someone in a dark room or while their eyes are closed. The winner will be announced after the makeover.
4. Don’t laugh challenge
The challenge here is that everyone is not to laugh while they are being tickled. If anyone giggles, he/she lose. So, no one is allowed to laugh, else they lose. You can as well create jokes to see if they can fall for the challenge.
Christmas challenge volleyball tournament
This is an interesting challenge. If you have a volleyball field inside your compound or close to your house, you can arrange for a tournament. Christmas volleyball tournament is very interesting, especially when they’re many people watching the tournament. The tournament can be arranged between cousins or extended families.
25 day Christmas challenge
1st day: Decorate Christmas tree
2nd day: Sing and dance to Christmas song
3rd day: Bake Christmas cookies
4th day: Write a letter to Santa
5th day: Take Christmas pictures
6th day: Drink some hot chocolate
7th day: Read the Nativity story in the Bible
8th day: Make a snow man
9th day: Go Ice-skating
10th day: Wrap presents
11th day: Read a Christmas book
12th day: Go Christmas shopping
13th day: Attend an outside parade
14th day: Donate to a good pantry
15th day: Sing Christmas Carol
16th day: Hang up your Christmas stocking
17th day: Write a Christmas wish and hang it on the tree
18th day: Open presents
19th day: Make a paper snowflake
20th day: Engage in Christmas dance competition
21st day: Decorate your house with Christmas lights
22nd day: Buy Christmas chicken, beef or meat.
23rd day: Welcome Christmas travelers
24th day: Go to church to celebrate Christmas Eve
25th day: Attend Church and come back to celebrate Christmas.