A Teenage Christmas Party

If money were no object, we would throw the party of the century! There would be a chartered bus to take a gaggle of teenagers to Seattle where we would ride the Christmas Ducks, view the sights from the Space Needle, ride the monorail, check out the Gingerbread Village at Sheraton Seattle, and eat at The Old Spaghetti Factory. How fun would that be? Alas, we found a frugal way to celebrate instead and … dare I say … it was so much fun!

This Christmas Party for Teens was a huge hit! The night was full of joy and laughter!

A Teenage Christmas Party

I have to admit, we threw this party together in a week, which is usually not my style, but it turned out great anyway!

We decided on an Ugly Sweater Christmas Party and printed up the invitations.

Teenage Christmas Party

Hazel invited about ten girls. We ate Costco pizza and then started the fun!

We had wrapped five different activities and let the girls take turns choosing which one to open. They did each activity as they opened the gifts.

Frost and Decorate Cookies!

Gift #1 was a large gift bag with the following supplies:

  • Paper Plates
  • Plastic Knives
  • Unfrosted Sugar Cookies
  • Frosting
  • Icing Tubes
  • Sprinkles
  • This Card

Teenage Christmas Party

They actually enjoyed decorating the cookies and were quite creative! Yes! Teenagers enjoyed decorating cookies … and eating them, of course!

Build A Human Snowman!

Gift #2 was a large gift bag filled with three large Ziploc bags (for three teams), full of snowman making supplies.

Each Ziploc bag consisted of:

  • 1 roll of toilet paper
  • Scarf (Dollar Tree)
  • Hat (Dollar Tree)
  • Three four inch circles cut out of black construction paper (for buttons)
  • A print out of a carrot nose
  • Tape Dispenser
  • This Card

Teenage Christmas Party

Oh my goodness! This activity created loads of laughter! One team chose to raid the refrigerator for a ‘lettuce nose’ instead of using the provided paper carrot. The snowmen posed with their team for pictures before decorating the floor with toilet paper!

The Celebrity Name Game

Gift #3 was wrapped in a Christmas box, which was also used to draw names from.

This gift included:

  • Christmas box
  • Slips of white paper for each guest
  • Pens for each guest
  • This Card

Teenage Christmas Party

Rules of the game:

  • Each guest writes the name of a famous person everyone knows and places it back in the box.
  • Have the first person pull a name.
  • Verbal Clues: On the first round, they give as many verbal clues as needed (without including the actual name or any part of it) until the other guests guess the name.
  • Pass the box on to the next person.
  • Once the box has been passed to each person, put all the names back in the box.
  • Person #1 starts again.
  • Action Clues: Round two consists of only actions.
  • One Word Clue: The third round consists of only one word so choose wisely

This game is bound to bring so many laughs, you just might bust at the seams!

You may also divide your group into two teams to determine a winning team. We just played for fun and, oh my, it was a blast!

Dirty Santa

Gift #4 was wrapped in a box and included:

  • Small # cards for each guest (we had 10 in attendance, so each card had a number 1 – 10 on it) 
  • This Card

Dirty Santa

Check out this post for directions on how to play Dirty Santa or for more in depth rules: Dirty Santa. At the time, we didn’t know the correct name was ‘Dirty Santa’ and just called it a Gift Exchange.

Vote For The Ugliest Sweater

Gift #5 consisted of:

  • Slips of white paper for each guest
  • Pens for each guest
  • This Card

Teenage Christmas Party

Each guest voted for the ugliest sweater at the party. The winner received a prize!

Prizes

We had plenty of prizes for everyone! They consisted of small books, posters, silly toys, etc. that we had accumulated over time.

 

Oh the fun they had! The party was planned in advance so it could be self directed by the girls. They just chose a gift/activity and did it at their own pace!

We also had a Hot Chocolate bar set up with:

  • cups
  • straws
  • hot chocolate
  • marshmallows
  • candy canes
  • Hershey’s kisses
  • whipping cream

Teenage Christmas Party for Boys

The party was so much fun that my son wanted to throw one as well! We printed out invites and threw another party one week later! He didn’t like the ‘Ugly Sweater’ idea so we nixed that and had a photo booth instead. Somehow, The Celebrity Name Game ended up with three Miley Cyrus’ in it. Oh the laughs we had! These kids are just so much fun!

I have made our party cards into PDF’s for you if you would like to use them too! Feel free to print to your heart’s content!

Teenage Christmas Party

Teenage Christmas Party

Remember the ‘Party of the Century’ I talked about earlier? Well, let me tell you, this Teenage Christmas Party came pretty close if you’re using the measure of laughter!

 

If money were no object, we would throw the party of the century! There would be a chartered bus to take a gaggle of teenagers to Seattle where we would ride the Christmas Ducks, view the sights from the Space Needle, ride the monorail, check out the Gingerbread Village at Sheraton Seattle, and eat at The Old Spaghetti Factory. How fun would that be?! Alas, we found a frugal way to celebrate instead and ... dare I say ... it was so much fun!
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