Valentine’s Day is all about love and what better way to celebrate it than by playing fun Valentine’s Day games together!
Your kids will have a blast and so will you!
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1. Valentine’s Tic Tac Toe
This game is so simple that you’d think no-one could ever lose. But it does happen.
a. DIY Valentine’s Tic Tac Toe
You can make your own with a foam heart! I made one of those and I’ll take a picture of it as soon as I get the Valentine’s stuff out of the box.
Just draw the lines on a foam heart and use conversation hearts candy as game pieces.
Another option is to use washi tape to make the game board. Easy peasy. There are some super sweet options for Valentine’s washi tape.
b. Tic Tac Toe In A Bag
I also found this fun looking Valentine’s Tic Tac Toe at Lady Love’s Boutique.
The game board is a cotton sack. You can store the X and O pieces in the bag. Handy!
2. Cupid’s Cups
- Nerf gun and bullets
Stack cups (whatever amount you choose) on a table.
A couple of ways to play
option 1. Give a player a Nerf gun and a certain amount of bullets. He’ll use the gun to shoot the cups off the table. Whoever knocks the most cups off the table is the winner.
option 2. Give a player one minute to knock off as many cups as he can.
3. Heart Toss
Conversation hearts come handy at Valentine’s. Thankfully, they are super cheap! You can get a few boxes for a dollar at a dollar store.
Depending on the age of your contestants, use bowls or cups for this fun heart toss game.
Mark the cups with numbers for points.
Arrange the cups or bowls anyway you want.
The players try to toss the candy hearts in the cups. Whoever gets most points wins.
4. Valentine’s Game Set
This printable Valentine’s game set is so cute!
Your little ones will have a marvelous time working on the
1. Crossword Puzzle
2. Code Breaker
3. Word Scramble
4. Word Search
Use the games at your Valentine’s party, give them as Valentines or simply do them as fun Valentine’s activities in February.
5. Pin The Hearts on the Llama
Cover up the eyes and pin a heart on the llama. Well, in this case put a sticker heart on the llama. 🙂
This fun llama picture even says: Happy Valentine’s Day!
6. Heart Race #1
- tiny foam hearts
Place the bowl of hearts at one end of the room. Scoop up a heart or two and race them to the finish line. Go back for more hearts.
7. Heart Race #2
- conversation hearts
- popsicle sticks
In this version you carry a candy heart on a popsicle stick. Makes it a tiny bit more challenging than a spoon. And if you want it to be even more challenging, try to transport the foam hearts with the popsicle stick.
8. What’s Your Cupid Name
A cute activity for the kids to do as they arrive to your Valentine’s party.
Kids love funny names and will find this ice breaker game hilarious.
Get your Cupid Name download from Ice Breaker Printables.
You could also do this activity as a family and call each other by the cupid name on Valentine’s Day or during the first two weeks of Feb.
9. Valentine’s Bean Bag Toss
This fabric bean bag toss target is the CUTEST!
It has sweet images like donuts, hearts, and cupcakes.
Toss the bean bags through the holes and earn points!
Cute inexpensive fun!
10. Valentine’s Trivia
These are geared towards older teens or adults since most little kids probably aren’t familiar with chick flicks or love songs.
Clean Valentine’s fun for teens and adults.
Test your knowledge on love songs and chick flicks with this Valentine’s Trivia printable from Pretty Printables Ink
11. Arrows Through the Hoop
Be a cupid and shoot arrows!
In this case Q-tips or Nerf gun bullets.
Hang up embroidery hoops in various sizes. You could decorate them with pink or red ribbon, foam hearts etc.
Add a number tag on them to indicate how many points you receive if you get your “arrow” through it. Foam or cardstock hearts would work great as the “point tag”.
Put a Q-tip inside a straw and blow it out. Try to get it to go through a hoop.
Or use Nerf gun for this game! Get pink Nerf gun bullets to go with the theme.
12. Valentine’s Emoji Game
What would our life’s be like without emojis! They provide such a cool way to express what you want to say.
This Valentine’s emoji game from Enjoy My Printables is a sweet way to celebrate the Valentine’s Day filled with love… and emojis!
13. Valentine’s Left Right Game
Valentine’s left right game makes a great Valentine’s game for a large group.
The guests pass gifts to right or left while the cute Valentine’s story is read. You’ll have fun playing this game at home or at a class Valentine’s party.
14. Valentine’s Day Activities
Check out also the fun games at Valentine’s Day Activities. You’ll love playing the
- Valentine’s acronym (free printable)
- board games
- scavenger hunt
- and Valentines delivery race.
Great Memories the Easy Way
Great memories make the life sweet. Have easy everyday fun with your kids and make memories that last a lifetime.
It’s a perfect day for making memories,