Office Christmas Party Singapore
Employees work hard all year long and need some time to let loose and have a little fun at the office; if not they will start to dislike going to work because they would start forming negative connotations associated with their workplace.
Here are the best Office Christmas Party Games In Singapore to keep your team entertained!
1) Candy Cane Relay
For this game, you will need a lot of small candy canes, chopsticks, several large bowls, and a handful of stockings.
Divide the group into teams and place the unwrapped candy canes in the bowls. Each player then places a chopstick in their mouth, and have their hands behind their back while attempting to hook as many candy canes as possible on their chopstick.
The player then transfers their “hooked” candy canes to their team’s stocking.
The team with the most candy cane in their stocking is the winner.
2) Reindeer Antlers
Divide players into equal teams and then give each team a pair of pantyhose with the toes cut off. Provide the teams with 15 small balloons and 2 pieces of ribbon too.
Have the teams nominate one member to put the pantyhose on their head, while the other members inflate the balloons and stuff them one at a time into the legs of the pantyhose; each leg making an “antler”.
Afterwards, tie off the ends with the ribbon provided.
The fastest team wins.
3) Christmas Balloon Pop
Have inflated red and green balloons ready for everyone, then tie one to the ankle of each employee.
The goal of the game is to burst other player’s balloons by stomping on them while guarding one’s own balloon. Once a balloon pops, that player is out.
The winner is the player left with the only unpopped balloon.
4) Toilet Paper Snowman
Group staff into pairs; one member plays the role of the snowman, while the other plays the role of the wrapper.
Pass out rolls of toilet paper to each team; whoever wraps up their snowman from head to toe the fastest, wins.
Have each team top off their snowman with a hat and scarf for the perfect photo!
5) Blind Christmas Tree
Pass out a piece of green construction paper to each player and have them hold it behind their backs. Afterwards, get the players to rip it into the shape of a Christmas tree.
The winner is the one with the best-looking tree.
6) Christmas Scavenger Hunt
Before the party, hide Christmas-themed items around the party room.
Once every employee has arrived, hand out cards with a photo of all the items the hunters must find.
The player who finds the most items is the winner.
7) Christmas Guess Who
Before the date of the party, instruct employees to bring a photo of themselves when they were a child at Christmas time.
Label each photo with a number and post them on a wall in the party room.
Employees write down their guesses, and the person with the most correct answers wins.
8) Holiday Food Taste
Have a spread of holiday food for employees to sample.
Employees blindly sample an assortment of edibles related to the season; you can even mix the foods to create something funky and out-of-this-world.
The person who correctly identifies the most items; wins.
9) Secret Santa Exchange
Before the date of the party, get employees to draw names and purchase a gift for that person.
Make sure to set a spending limit and any other ground rules if you’re concerned about what might show up under the Christmas tree.
10) Snowball Toss
Have your employees pair up; one person in each pair puts a bowl on top of his or her head while the other partner tosses marshmallows and try landing them inside the bowl.
The team with the most marshmallows in their bowl at the end of the game wins.
11) Christmas Cookie Exchange
When handing out the party invitations, get employees to bring two or three-dozen homemade Christmas cookies; this is to try to minimize the number of duplicates in the event that more than 2 people bring the same cookies.
During the party, get everyone to swap and exchange their cookies with one another!
Provide containers so that each participating employee can take home an assortment.
12) Christmas Ornament Exchange
Have people bring a gift-wrapped ornament in an unlabeled box, then place them all in a pile and let every participating employee choose one as they depart.
This way, everyone would have something to take home and remember from the party.
13) What’s In The Stocking?
Fill a stocking with 10 random holiday items; such as a roll of tape, candy cane, Christmas bell, Christmas bow or a miniature Christmas tree; and tie at the top so no one can see the contents inside.
Pass around the stocking and have employees to use their sense of touch to determine what’s inside. Afterwards, get them to write down every item that
they have felt.
The person with the most correct answers wins.
14) Wrap Race
Hand out boxes, wrapping paper, ribbon, tape and scissors to participants.
At the starting signal, players begin wrapping a box and the fastest person wins.
Consider a “style” bonus by deducting a few seconds from a team’s time for the neatest wrapping job.
15) Christmas Don’t Forget The Lyrics
Get a karaoke system ready and line up a slew of Christmas songs.
Afterwards, split the group into teams and get participants to volunteer and sing to the song that’s being played. Pause the track after a few seconds and get the participant to continue singing a portion of that song without the track playing.
A point is awarded for each time that the player sings the correct lyrics.
16) Hot Bow
For this game, get a huge Christmas Bow on standby.
While the music is playing, pass the bow around. Whoever is caught with the bow when the music stops, is out.
The last player standing is the winner.
17) Christmas Tie Game
Several weeks before the party, ask employees to donate Christmas or ugly ties; preferably in red or green.
At the party, group employees into pairs and give each team a tie. Using only one hand, one person must tie his or her partner’s tie.
The winning team is the first one who manages to finish tying first.
18) Holiday Two Truths & A Lie
Ask employees to think about the worst Christmas gifts they have ever received.
Once that is done, each person is to come up with two that are true and one that is a lie.
Employees are to start sharing about it, while the other participants try to figure out which ones are real and which ones aren’t.
19) Snowball Fight
Blow up 50 balloons or more; depending on your group size.
Using a tape, create a divider line down the middle of the party room.
Afterwards, get two teams to face off with each other by taking one side of the room each.
The teams are to start attacking each other’s base by throwing the balloons across the room; to the other team’s base, under a span of 2 minutes; without crossing the divider line.
The team with the least balloons in their base; wins.
20) Most Festive Work Desk Contest
Before the Christmas party, encourage employees to decorate their desks in a seasonal theme. It would be good to set some requirements for everyone to meet, so that participants will have a rough idea of the judging rubrics.
At the Christmas party, announce the winners; those who meet the requirements and have the most creative or well-thought decorations.
Consider giving out prizes for this.
21) Employee Awards
Since Christmas parties are year-end celebrations, it would be the ideal time to recognize employees for their achievements and hard work.
You can make them silly or sincere, acknowledging an employee’s efforts is definitely a great way to encourage them to perform better the following year.
You can consider creating attractive awards or gag gifts to present to the employee for this!
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Merry Christmas everyone!
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