Looking for a fun holiday game with a small or large crowd? This Christmas Name that Tune Printable and Game brings smiles, laughter, and some of the Best Christmas Songs to fill your home this holiday season!
Christmas Name that Tune Printable
We will make this short and sweet. We wanted to get our latest printable to you before the Thanksgiving holiday. Because, yes this is all about the Best Christmas tunes, we felt who wouldn’t enjoy playing this with their family and friends after a nice Thanksgiving meal!?
How to Play Name That Tune
Have you wondered how to play Name That Tune? I have played before but it is one of those games that I often ask myself “how do you play?” again. The best thing about this classic family game is that it is easy. It can be adapted to your crowd size and your own rules – just discuss the rules before you begin playing (because you know two people will argue at some point during the game!)
To Play Name that Tune, your group is divided into teams. We find it is best if there are two teams, but you can really do two to however many teams you want. Just make sure everyone has the same number of turns. Cut up your songs from our Christmas Name that Tune Game Printable and place them in an object like bucket (or hat.)
The first player from a team goes up to the bucket and picks a song. They are given a certain amount of time to start humming the tune. (we give everyone a minute.) They can hum the song starting at any point during the song. It does not have to be from the beginning of the song. Many hummers will go straight to the chorus. The remaining players on their team decide the song they are humming and give one answer. With Christmas Name That Tune, you do not want unlimited guesses because there are only so many Christmas songs. Eventually every song would be named during one teams guess.
Once that team guessed the correct song, they receive a point. Then the next team goes repeating what that first team did with a new song drawn from the bucket. If that team does not guess the correct song or goes beyond a minute, a point is NOT earned. If someone picks a song they do not know, the must try to hum or forfeit their teams turn.
Adaptions include more than a minute to hum the tune or more than one guess. You can decide if hand gestures can occur or props can be used.
The team with the most points at the end of the songs wins!
Best Christmas Songs
Our Christmas Name that Tune Game includes some of the best Christmas Songs. We linked to the songs online if you need a quick listen before you all begin the game. Perhaps create an Amazon Music Playlist and listen to the songs before the game even begins. They can be background music throughout your day!
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Name that Tune Songs
We included 30 Christmas Name That Tune Songs in our game. You can stream the following songs or purchase them and add them to a playlist. We went with various top artists but you can change the singer if you would like.
My favorite Christmas CD is The Time-Life Treasury of Christmas. It includes most of these songs.
Name that Tune Printable
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How to Print at Staples
- Download and save your image from this post. (Please note these images are for personal use only and cannot be sold or used for commercial use.)
- Sign in or create a Staples account on their print service page.
- Return to Staples print service page.
- Go to Start Project.
- Go to Documents Printing. Select Browse.
- Select the Buy Now Button under color.
- On the left column, choose add file.
- Select upload.
- Select done.
- Give your job a name.
- Make sure your project is single sided. The orientation should be landscape.
- I changed my media to 8.5×10 and the media to 67 lb cover stock (I prefer a card stock feel over printer paper feel.)
- Select add to cart.
- Proceed to checkout. My total was $0.65 for one print. You can choose to ship to your home or to pick up at your local store. Pay online and show your invoice when you pick up (I just show the order number on my phone at pick-up.) The order invoice will arrive in your email inbox.
*Note: these Staple print service steps were added in Winter 2019 The directions may change as the website changes. They should give you a general outline of how to upload and order a print on Staples.com.
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