If my family gets together for the holidays, besides a White Elephant Gift Exchange, we like to play games. In the past few years, we’ve really become playing trivia games when we get together for the holidays.
Our trivia game is super casual and is composed of just one of my siblings reading trivia questions from their phone, that they found on Google. We’ve answered all kinds of trivia questions!! Additionally, we have created”Top 10″ or”Top 5″ lists, such as the”Top 5 Highest Grossing Movies of all Time”. Then we work together to figure out the answers in the right order.
These trivia nights are so much pleasure!!
I’ve such discovered memories of trying to come up with the best 10 list that may stump my husband and brothers-in-law, that is practically impossible, since they appear to understand everything. Frankly, when we played with boys girls, they would always win.
Perhaps you have needed trivia game nights!? Otherwise, you need to think about doing a trivia night this vacation season. Here I’ve included how we play with our trivia game, for all those of you who are thinking about hosting your own”Christmas Trivia Game Night”. Following is a bit of Christmas trivia to get you started also.
1. Blitzen, Comet, Cupid, Dasher, Prancer, Vixen, Dancer, and Donner
The first Christmas card was sent in 1843 and has been designed by John Horsley. 3.
4. White Christmas
8. Seven swans a-swimming
11. Theodore Roosevelt
13. Teddy Ruxpin.
15. A hula-hoop
16. Dulles International Airport, Washington D.C.
19. A button
20. Theodor Geisel
22. C.S. Lewis
23. Cranberry Sauce
24. Indian Ocean
25. Hocus Pocus
1. Home Alone (1990). 2. How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000). 3. The Polar Express (2004).
4. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992). 5. Elf (2003).