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    Hi All,

    Can you all suggest me some good ideas on how to celebrate Christmas at office. We are 50 in number and I am looking for some good and simple, budget friendly ideas for make it a grand success.

    Thanks in advance.
    Rita Raj

  • #2
    Hi Rita,

    Here are some of the best ways to celebrate Christmas at your office. You can start off the celebrations from a week before and can have that Christmas feel at your office.

    1) Decorate Christmas tree at your office before a weeks time.
    2) Ask all your employees to decorate their work places with the Christmas stuff.
    3) Arrange for some interesting games.

    You can arrange for playing the Secret Santa game with the involvement of all of your employees.

    Secret Santa Game:
    How to Play or Participate?
    The basic concept of the Secret Santa game is simple. All of the participants names are placed into a box and mixed up. Each person then chooses one chit/name from the box, but doesn’t tell anyone which name was picked. He/she is now responsible for buying a gift (Minimum value Rs.100/-) for the person selected.
    When the person(Secret Santa) wraps the gift, it is just labeled with the recipient’s name but doesn’t indicate whom the present is from. (Remember, most of the fun is in the secrecy.)
    All the gifts are then placed in a general area for opening at a designated time. When the gift-giving time arrives each recipient finds their gift and must guess who their Secret Santa is.
    The Secret Santa can leave a clue inside the wrapped gift so that his/her recipient can guess the name of the person.

    Hope you will like it.

    Jyoti Sri Boppana


    • #3
      Hi All,

      I have some more ideas to add.

      1) You can also get a person dressed up as Santa and make him give small gifts to all your employees and also wishing them.
      2) You can get people who can sing Christmas carols at your office.
      3) Arrange for snacks which shows the authenticity of Christmas.

      Ravi Kiran


      • #4

        Christmas carols was a good idea by Ravi. You can also play Rainbow Week at your office.

        You can start this game just 7 days before the Christmas day. Ask all your employees to dress up in the 7 rainbow colors each day (i.e) VIBGYOR- Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red. So the last day of the Rainbow Week can end by having a grand Christmas celebration.

        You can also add a caption to this game to make it more interesting and special.

        RAINBOW Week- Add Color to your Life!!!!

        All the best!!!
        Jyoti Sri Boppana


        • #5
          Dear ALL,

          Please suggest me some more games for christmas....


          • #6
            Hi Shraddha,

            Few Games are listed below
            • Mummy- Wrap a person with Toilet tissue paper like mummy- winner would be who does wrapping faster with minimum time.
            • Merry Christmas Paper Plate Game
              The only supplies you'll need for this Christmas game for adults are paper plates and markers. Here are the instructions:
              1. Draw a line for a floor.
              2. Draw a Christmas Tree. Add decorations if you feel so inclined.
              3. Draw a star on top of your tree.
              4. Draw a fireplace with a mantel next to the tree.
              5. Draw a stocking hanging from the mantel of your fireplace.
              6. Draw a present below the tree.

              After the six steps have been given, let everyone look at their plates. Then have players count up how many points they received by following this rubric:

              1. 2 points if the tree touches the floor.
              2. 2 points if your stocking is touching your mantel.
              3. 1 point if your star touches your tree.
              4. 1 point if your star is above your tree.
              5. 1 point for every Christmas ornament ball that is ON your tree, etc.
              6. 1 point if your fireplace doesn’t touch the tree (it’s a fire hazard!).
              7. 1 point if you actually drew something decorative on your stocking (or something cute, like a tiny kitten peeking out).
              8. 2 points if your present is under your tree.

              The player with the most points wins.
            • Opposites:- Players to do opposites of what you ask them... for example-- You say Walk- they should stand still .... so on....

            Thank You,



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