Play Christmas Truth or Dare - The Fun Holiday Party Game for Families!

This Christmas season download this printable game of Christmas Truth or Dare, the fun party game for kids and families of all ages. Perform silly or festive challenges and dares or reveal your darkest secrets with a truth. Let us teach you how to play and provide you with a fun list of Christmas truth or dare questions you can use at home this festive season.

Play Christmas Truth or Dare - The Fun Holiday Party Game for Families!

How to play Christmas Truth or Dare

Christmas Truth or Dare is a party game for groups - there is no winner, it is played for fun!

The player who the group decides has the more festive outfit on should start. They must decide to play either, a truth or a dare and should draw a card from the corresponding bowl without looking. Cards cannot be exchanged. Players should take it in turns to draw a card until everyone has had the opportunity to play 5 cards each. Enjoying yourself? Great, keep playing!

The Blind Draw Variant

For a fun variant fold and mix all the cards together in a big bowl, or bag, without separating them. Each player should blind draw a card on their turn and can no longer decide if they want a truth or a dare card. Let fate decide!

Christmas Truth or Dare Cards

Here are few Christmas truth or dare cards you can use at home. To save yourself some time why not purchase our printable Christmas Truth or Dare game. Download, print and play in minutes. We'd be so grateful for the kind support of our store!

Christmas Truth Questions

  • What is the best gift you have ever received?
  • Would you rather live without Christmas or your mobile phone?
  • What is the best piece of advice you have received?
  • What is your guilty pleasure?
  • Have you ever re-gifted a present? 

Christmas Dare Cards

  • Give Rudolph a pep talk - he hasn't been pulling his weight.
  • Dramatically say goodbye to your snowman as he melts before you.
  • Write a short rap about Christmas.
  • Sing Frosty the Snowman backwards.
  • Drink a cup of eggnog.

I hope these ideas will help provide lots of fun for you and your family this Christmas. We'd love to hear how you celebrate and the games that you enjoy. Do get it touch and leave us a comment below. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas! 

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