18 New & Classic Holiday Traditions

Start a new holiday tradition of family game night or movie night. Check out these fun seasonal spins on classic games.

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Wild Card

Wild Card

Count down to Christmas, while trying to count your cards with this Charlie Brown Christmas Edition of Uno.

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Santa's Coming to Town

Santa's Coming to Town

Ho! Ho! Oh no! When Santa's sleigh gets separated from his reindeers, it's up to a farm full of animals to make sure kids wake up to their gifts on Christmas morning in Michael Garland's Oh, What a Christmas!

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Red Nose

Red Nose

Everyone's favorite red-nosed reindeer makes this old-fashioned game more fun. The super bright colored pieces are sure to keep your kids engaged.

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All Aboard!

All Aboard!

Scour these colorful pages of toys to find hidden treasures between every page. The Toyland Express edition of Can You See What I See? is perfect for your little explorer.

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King Me.

King Me.

This decked out A Christmas Story version of checkers is sure to spread Christmas cheer, and even doubles as a tic-tac-toe game.

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Charlie's Christmas

Charlie's Christmas

This cartoon favorite, where Charlie Brown's on a mission to find out what Christmas is all about, is sure to bring a smile to everyone's face.

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When You Wish Upon A Star

When You Wish Upon A Star

Author Colleen Monroe tells the tale of an overgrown pine whose only wish is to be part of someone's Christmas in A Wish to Be a Christmas Tree.

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Ready, Set, Wrap!

Ready, Set, Wrap!

Get your kids ready to work at Santa's this winter with Gift Trap, the fun game centered on gift giving.

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Bah Humbug!

Bah Humbug!

Grumpy old Scrooge just doesn't have enough Christmas cheer! Dicken's classic holiday story, A Christmas Carol, is sure to teach your kids why its important to keep spirits high.

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Christmas in the Castle

Christmas in the Castle

Belle's back in this beloved story to convince the Beast he can't ban Christmas in Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas.

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Naughty, Not Nice

Peter Ardito

Naughty, Not Nice

Bad Kitty makes Scrooge and the Grinch look like Santa's best elves in Nick Bruel's amusing Christmas book about a greedy feline.

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You Just Can't Beat the Classics

You Just Can't Beat the Classics

The animated TV specials that you know and love including Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, and Frost Returns are now sold as a super cute Christmas classics set.

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Christmas Dinner

Peter Ardito

Christmas Dinner

Tomie dePoala's popular character, Strega Nona, is welcoming your family into her kitchen for an Italian holiday feast -- with a surprise or two in Strega Nona's Gift.

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Once Upon a Christmas

Once Upon a Christmas

This movie contains three stories featuring everyone's favorite mouse and his friends as they go on Christmas adventures to encourage selflessness, recall Christmas memories, and eliminate any skepticism surrounding Santa in Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas.

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Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

Hide the Elf on the Shelf somewhere different each night to keep the kids guessing all holiday season long.

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Winter in Whoville

Winter in Whoville

Dr. Seuss's Christmas classic comes alive in this movie about how the grumpy old Grinch stole Christmas.

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Christmas-opolist

Christmas-opolist

Instead of trying to collect Park Place, you may want to spend your time making sure you're not getting run over by a reindeer in Christmas-opoly where only those who are nice and not naughty have a chance at winning.

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