Since I was out with Covid all last week, one of my schools was robbed of the chance to play this game, so I'm sharing it here in the hopes that it brings joy to your classrooms, and gives anyone looking for it an easy, fun activity you can run with no prep in this last week before Xmas.
I used https://www.altopedia.net/activities/2181-trick-or-treat-quiz-game and it was such a hit that I decided to modify it for a Christmas theme. The only major change to the structure of the game is that I removed the "trick or treat" challenges and replaced them with a straight "pick X or Y".
Procedure: Make teams. Size doesn't matter too much so long as they're even. I tend to work with classes of 24-40 students and dividing into three teams by rows tends to be easiest, but you know your class best.
Each team takes turns one by one, and within each team you should give each player at least one chance to play. So usually go Team 1, Player 1, Team 2 Player 1, Team 3 Player 1, etc.
Some questions are easier than others, and I usually let the whole team talk amongst themselves, so long as the active player is the one to actually say/write/spell the answer.
The questions and grammar included are based on what is expected for a class using Sunshine 1-3, but of course you should look it over and edit as you see fit. Easily adaptable to any level really.