Table Topics Ideas – Letters from Santa

Table Topics Ideas Letters from Santa

The holiday season is always a great time to do a themed Christmas Table Topics session.

Here are some Holiday Table Topics Questions you can use to bring holiday cheer with your friends and family.

Santa Claus Table Topics Questions

  • Do you believe in Santa Claus?
  • Have you ever believed in Santa Claus?
  • Do your children believe in Santa Claus?
  • What do you want from Santa Claus this year?
  • What was your most memorable Christmas gift? Who gave it to you?
  • What would be your dream gift if money or size were no object?
  • Give your verbal “Letter to Santa,” asking for something and explaining why you deserved it this year.
  • Have you been bad or good?
  • Have you been naughty or nice?
  • Santa Claus needs an upgrade to his sleigh this year. What improvements would you make?
  • What does Santa Claus do when it's not the Christmas season?
  • Where does Santa Claus go on vacation?
  • Santa has declared he's watching his weight and does not want milk and cookies. What would you leave him as a treat instead?
  • Santa Claus became a vegan. What do you leave instead of milk and cookies?
  • What was the worst gift you've received from Santa?
  • You were expecting a gift from Santa but didn't receive it. How do you react?
  • Santa is thinking of getting a new look. How would you update his red and white iconic look?
  • Have you ever played Santa for your family? If so, tell us that story.
  • As a child, did you write a letter to Santa? What did you ask for?



Christmas Table Topic Questions

  • What is your favorite Christmas movie?
  • What is your favorite¬†Christmas song?
  • What is your favorite Christmas food?
  • What is your favorite Christmas dessert?
  • What was your worst Secret Santa gift?
  • Do you like Christmas, or are you a Grinch?
  • What is your favorite thing about the holidays?
  • If money were no object, what gift would you give to a special someone? What would the present be, and to whom?

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