Christmas Carol Game & Answers

 

Looking for the perfect party game for the holidays? Try this guess the Christmas carol game by handing out the diagram and seeing if people can figure out the carols we know and love.


Christmas Carol Game and Answers

If you couldn’t figure out the answers to the Christmas carol game , here they are. I hope you had fun with this. I know my family loves it when we pull it out each year. Merry Christmas!

1. Jingle Bells
2. Walking in a Winter Wonderland
3. Santa Claus is Coming to Town
4. Joy to the World
5. Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer
6. O, Come All Ye Faithful
7. I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas
8. O, Christmas Tree
9. What Child is This?
10. We Three Kings
11. Decks the Halls
12. I saw Three Ships
13. O,Holy Night
14. Noel
15. Away in a Manger
16. The Twelve Days of Christmas
17. I See Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
18. All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth
19. Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire
20. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
21. Let it Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
22. Silent Night
23. O, Little Town of Bethlehem
24. Silver Bells

Print a copy of this fun Christmas game below by opening the link below.

Christmas game

 

94 thoughts on “Christmas Carol Game & Answers

  1. Can someone explain number 6 to me? I don’t understand how the picture matches the carol and I know my students will want an explanation! Could I also get a printable version sent to me, please and thank you!

    1. Amanda, its one of the more difficult ones to guess, isn’t it? The pointed tool is an awl which is used for making holes in leather. Wishbone is obviously for wishing or in this case wanting and the saw has two front teeth missing on the front of the blade. I think number 21 is difficult too.

  2. Could you please email me a pintable copy of this Christmas Carol game? I have a brunch on Saturday that I would like to use it for! Thanks so much

  3. Hello! Could I please receive a printable copy of this seasonal brain teaser? Found it quite enjoyable and a bit of a challenge on a few of the pictures! Thanks for the explanation on #18.

  4. You seem to get this request every year – but PLEASE may I have a printable copy of the quiz? We’re having lots of family to stay over Christmas.

  5. Thank you for this game! I was first introduced to it when I taught elementary school, and now want to use it with my family. Could you please send me a copy?

  6. I played something similar to this years ago and want to do it for a Christmas party of my own. Can you please send me a printable copy?

    Thank you

  7. May I please have a printable copy of this one? I have used this for years with my students, but now it is getting faded. Thanks!

  8. Not sure if this page is still active, but is there still anyway of getting a printer friendly copy, either from the original author or someone who has left a comment and still has a copy?
    Thanks

  9. I’ve had this game in our school and during renovations it got lost. Could you please send me a version (if you have) where each picture is individual? If not just a printable size would have to do. Thank you so much

  10. I have played this game several years ago and wanted to share it again this year. Please send a printable copy. It is so much fun!

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