Valentine’s Day Games For Kids

Valentine’s Day Games For Kids

Valentine’s Day is a celebration for everyone. While children are not yet fully occupied with romantic love, they often feel drawn to vacation – and who can blame them when hearts, chocolates and soft toys are everywhere?

Most children only celebrate Valentine’s Day in kindergarten, school or with the family, but with a little bit of puppy love and romantic fun, nothing is wrong.

Whether you’re hosting a Valentine’s Day party for your kids and friends, or you’re a teacher trying to celebrate the holidays in a different and fun way, there are plenty of Valentine’s Day games that kids can definitely play a few of them for on.

Not sure what we’re talking about? Then it is good that you still have time and this article is intended to guide you through 25 Valentine’s Day games for children.

Valentine Math Facts game

Valentine Math Facts game.

This game is easy to set up and fantastic for developing children’s math skills. All you have to do is print out or create the blackboard and sheet of music, add a few cubes and let the children do the math so that they can play and learn at the same time. about thisreadingmama

Heart Match Valentine’s Day word game

Heart match valentine sight pun.

The game is designed to train reading and memory skills. The idea is to form pairs of pink and red hearts that contain the same word, and then have the children match the pink and red hearts so that they learn to recognize these words by seeing. about Thlettersofliteracy

Valentine’s Day DIY balloon pop

Valentine's Day DIY balloon pop.

This Valentine’s Day themed game is fun if you make a cardboard heart, then cover it with small, inflated balloons and give the kids “Cupid & # 39; s Arrows” so they can pound and blow up the balloons like a pisata. about handmade charlotte

Shoot the arrows

Shoot the arrows.

Targeted games are fantastic to improve children’s coordination, and this is one such game. You need to build a rainbow-colored box with a heart-shaped hole and some colorful “cupid arrows”. The goal is for children to shoot their arrows in the heart, which is relatively easy and safe. about agirlandagluegun

Cupid’s arrow throw

Cupid's arrow throw.

This is another target practice game. In this case, you need to create some numbered targets as well as the arrows. Children should aim with their arrows to hit the targets and get the assigned points. about Playground park bench

My heart is bursting

My heart is bursting

This is a fantastic activity for the classroom or a kids party as everyone can participate. All you have to do is build a huge heart out of pink or red cups filled with rewards like sweets and stationery. Each child is allowed to “burst” one of the cups and collect his reward so that everyone can go with a gift. about Balancing home

Valentine Conversation Hearts bingo game

Valentine Conversation Hearts bingo game.

Here’s a great and innocent version of bingo that everyone can play. The chalkboard is filled with conversation hearts instead of numbers, and the parts are also colored hearts, making them perfect for Valentine’s Day. about Playground park bench

Heart marshmallow toothpick structures

Heart marshmallow toothpick structures.

This is an activity rather than a game. All the kids have to do is place heart-shaped marshmallows on a rack of toothpicks to create a standing structure. You can make it a game to find out who can finish its structure faster or whose structure takes longer. about buggyandbuddy

Valentine’s Day Tumble Game

Valentine's Day Tumble Game.

This Tumble Tower game is like any other, except that it has been decorated with hearts and each block has a set of instructions that the kids have to follow when they move it around. It’s a fun and interactive game that kids will love. about tryandtrueblog

Musical Hearts Reading, Moving & Crazy Child’s Play

Musical Hearts Reading, Moving & Crazy Child's Play.

You have probably played “musical chairs”, so it shouldn’t be difficult to understand what “musical hearts” are. You just make a few different hearts with different actions and then put them on the floor. After setup, all you have to do is turn music on and off. The children dance around when the music is on and then do the tasks on their hearts when they stop. about Teachmama

Heart tube stamping

Heart tube stamping.

Almost anything can be turned into a stamp, and tubes are no exception. All you have to do is shape your heart into a heart, then pass it along with one or two ink pads and have your children stamped away. about Residential forest

Boredom Buster Pom Pom race

Boredom Buster Pom Pom race.

What is a pom pom race? Simple – it’s a game where you create shapes on the floor and then arm your kids with small pompoms and straws. The idea is that they move the pompoms by blowing them through the straw. about Lemon limit inventory

Valentine Tic-Tac-Toe game

Valentine Tic-Tac-Toe game.

Here’s another pretty simple idea that just about every kid can take part in. Cut out a large cardboard heart and then draw the grid for a tic-tac-toe game in the middle. Get big hearts in two different colors – one for each player – and the game is ready to play. about Makeandtakes

Valentine’s Day Kisses Matching Game

Valentine's Day Kisses Matching Game.

This is how it looks and sounds – a suitable game that uses Hershey’s kisses. The idea is to stick hearts of different colors on the bottom of the chocolate packaging, then set them up and let the children find matching pairs. Once again, the children will have fun and be pampered while training their cognitive skills. about Creationsbykara

Cupid & # 39; s Cups

Cupid & # 39; s Cups.

This is pretty much like a typical fair or bowling game, but with a hint of Valentine’s Day. Stack six red cups in a pyramid with a heart on top and have your guests try to take them off to gain points or goodies. about playpartyplan

Valentine monster alphabet game

Valentine monster alphabet game.

This is another game designed to help preschoolers learn the alphabet and words. All you have to do is turn a handkerchief box into your “Valentine’s Day Monster” than make hearts with the letters or words. The children must read the hearts before feeding the monster either alone or when asked to do so. about iheartcraftythings

Cupid & # 39; s Arrow Math educational game

Cupid & # 39; s Arrow Math educational game.

This is a multi-purpose game that is very easy to set up. All you have to do is get a billboard and draw a goal from the heart. The children then have to throw straws on the board to earn the points assigned to each heart. The idea is that they summarize their points and train their additional skills, but they will also train coordination and accuracy as a bonus. about Teachbesideme

Valentine Tic Tac Toe game

Valentine Tic Tac Toe game.

This is another Valentine’s Day version of Tic-Tac-Toe. In this case, you need to print your board on colored cardboard and then use two different colors of candy hearts as game pieces. about justcallmechris

Valentine Chopstick Pick Up game

Valentine Chopstick Pick Up game.

Here’s another simple game that will keep kids entertained for hours and develop their motor skills. Take a few mini candy hearts and fill up a cupcake case. Then have the children pick their hearts with chopsticks and watch them become competitive once they master the skills. about Savvy symptoms

Valentine heart stack

Valentine heart stack.

This is both a game of speed and skill. What you have to do is get a couple of conversation hearts and let the kids stack them as best as possible under a certain time. The higher stack obviously wins. about Makoodle

Valentine Hearts spelling game

Valentine Hearts spelling game.

This is a bit like Scrabble with a didactic Valentine’s Day. You have to make hearts with words and then letter squares. The children must then pick up one of the hearts and spell the word underneath it with the letter squares in order to practice word recognition, reading and spelling. about Coffee cups and crayons

Valentine minute to win the tossing game

Valentine minute to win the tossing game.

This is another target game that should be played at a party or in a classroom. You will paint several bottles of pink and then set them as targets. Give each child or team a set of colorful heart hoops and let them try to stick the hoops on the bottle necks from a distance. The one with the most hearts on the bottle wins. about Made happy

Magnetic heart or love bug fishing game

Magnetic heart or love bug fishing game.

Pairing games are all pretty much the same. This has pink magnetic hearts and love bugs that need to be paired with their match. about Macaronicid

Heart hopscotch

Heart hopscotch.

Once again, this is pretty much your normal hopscotch with a path of colored leaves, except that the numbers are drawn into the hearts. You can replace the leaves with real hearts to make playing cuter and more difficult if you want. about Toddler approved

Pin The Lips On Miss Valentine Game

Pin The Lips On Miss Valentine Game.

This is one of those games that develop the senses and orientation as children blindfolded and then have to find and nail the mouth of a huge animated heart to the wall. about searcymd