Two Truths and a Lie, With a Christmas Twist
The game is easy to play, and it does not require any preparation. It is a fun game, where everyone gets to participate.
Each student writes down the three weirdest/funniest/worst Christmas gifts they ever received; two should be true and one should be false.
One at a time, the students share their three gifts. Make sure to alter the order of truths and lies. Example: I got 20 pairs of cheap socks from my aunt, my mother gave me a vacuum cleaner, and my friend gave me a live rat.
All students try to guess the lie.
Reveal which was true and which was false. Everyone who guessed the correct answer gets a point. The winner is the student with the most correct answers after everyone has shared their lies.