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In the Family

Get Christmas Spirit with these Christmas Song Games

Earlier this week I posted dessert recipes for the upcoming holidays, which is kind of off-topic for this journal. This is about trying to live healthier, more active lives. But I just couldn’t resist sharing something related to Christmas, and everyone is allowed to go off-topic and indulge once in a while! I’m going to share one more holiday post that you can share with your family and friends because we all need a little more Christmas spirit. Then we’ll be back to our regularly scheduled outdoor / gardening / travel / family fun!
Here are two games you can play while traveling to Grandma’s house, around the tree while drinking eggnog, or after dinner, while eating those delicious cookies you made. You will all be singing before you know it!
Note: These games are printable if you click on the names of the games. Enjoy!

Christmas Song Initials

The following are the initial letters for the first line OR title line of a Christmas song.
Example: SNHN = Silent Night, Holy Night (Silent Night)
Can you guess the titles of these songs?

  1. LISLISLIS
  2. HYAMLC
  3. GRYMG
  4. ICUAMC
  5. RTRNR
  6. TFNTADS
  7. OTFDOC
  8. DTHWBOH
  9. YBWOYBNC
  10. JTTWTLIC
  11. ISMKSC
  12. HTHAS
  13. OHNTSABS
  14. AIWFCIMTFT
  15. DTTSIAOHOS
  16. WTKOOA
  17. IDOAWC
  18. IBTLALLC
  19. OLTOB
  20. SBRAYL
  21. IBHFC
  22. WWYAMC
  23. IHTBOCD
  24. FTSWAJHS
  25. GKWLOOTFOS
  26. AF
  27. UOTHRP
  28. JBJBJBR
  29. IHABCWY
  30. CTTMPRPPP
  31. AWHHOH
  32. HAHJC
  33. AIAMNCFAB
  34. HCSCHCSC
  35. WCITWLTR
  36. OCTOCT
  37. AIWFCIY
  38. CROAOF
  39. DYHWIH
  40. SBSBICTITC
  41. HWCAC
  42. IGNFC
  43. GTIOTM
  44. HHHH
  45. GGROBAR
  46. WUNWTAGC
  47. ISTSCSIOCDOCD
  48. FN
  49. WIAWW
  50. JOSNLYETW
  51. JHTSBJRTTT
  52. THATIWTABFG
  53. RATCTATCPH
  54. YKDADAPAVCACADAB
  55. OTWOIFBTFISD
  56. YAMOMG
  57. OTNPLHFTH
  58. LTBPOE
  59. ITMWTOTY
  60. OCAYF

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Christmas Song Lines

The following are lines of a Christmas song you probably know.
Can you guess the titles of these songs?

  1. Shepherds quake at the sight –
  2. God and sinners reconciled –
  3. Troll the ancient yuletide carol –
  4. In the air there’s a feeling of Christmas –
  5. Field and fountain, moor and mountain, following yonder star –
  6. Decorations of red on a green Christmas tree –
  7. Let your heart be light –
  8. Christmas Eve will find me where the love light gleams –
  9. How happy I’d be, if I could only whistle –
  10. There must have been some magic –
  11. Hear those sleigh bells jingle jangle –
  12. I don’t know if there’ll be snow –
  13. There’ll be much mistletoe-ing –
  14. A swell time to go riding in a one-horse sleigh –
  15. Don’t you tell a single soul what I’m going to say –
  16. The lights are turned way down low –
  17. Mommy and Daddy are mad –
  18. Let the Christmas spirit ring –
  19. There’s a happy feeling nothing in the world can buy –
  20. Folks dressed up like Eskimos –
  21. Our finest gifts we bring –
  22. Out jumps good old Santa Claus  –
  23. A thrill of hope the weary world rejoices –
  24. Later on, we’ll conspire –
  25. When the snow lay round about, deep and crisp and even –
  26. Their old familiar carols play –
  27. Repeat the sounding joy –
  28. Where the treetops glisten –
  29. The hopes and fears of all the years are met in thee tonight –
  30. The thing that will make them ring is the carol that you sing –
  31. The three words that best describe you are as follows –
  32. When you pine for the sunshine of a friendly face –
  33. He will bring us goodness and light –
  34. Come and behold Him –
  35. This, this is Christ the King, whom shepherds guard –
  36. Remember Christ our Savior was born on Christmas Day –
  37. Won’t you guide my sleigh tonight? –
  38. He shall reign for ever and ever –
  39. Over the hills and everywhere –
  40. With God as our father brothers all are we –
  41. What a laugh it would have been –
  42. Be good for goodness sake –
  43. No crib for a bed –
  44. Over the fields we go –
  45. Good tidings we bring to you and your kin –
  46. Hurry down the chimney tonight –
  47. Born is the King of Israel –
  48. Ladies dancing –

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