Valentines Day Games and Activities

Valentines Day Games and Activities

Moms, if you’re planning Valentines Day parties for school, preschool or an after -school get-together, these Valentine’s Day games and activities can be a fun way to celebrate this sweet holiday with your school party, family, or neighborhood.  It can be elaborate or simple.  

Valentines Day Games and Activities

VALENTINE’S DAY GUESSING GAME Take a bunch of jars and fill them with assorted Valentine’s Day candies (one kind of candy per jar). Be sure to count the number of candies as you put them in the jars. Leave a piece of paper and a pencil next to the jar and have the residents guess how many candies are in the jar. Be sure they write their name on the paper beside their guess. The one who’s closest to the correct number wins the jar of candy. You could also have it where the one that guesses the correct number wins a prize instead of the jar of candies.

VALENTINE PICTIONARY Supplies: Dry Erase Board Markers Eraser Valentine Bag Papers with valentine objects written on them Timer How To Play: Put papers with valentine objects written on them into bag. Divide participants into two groups. Flip a coin to see which team goes first. Invite a person from the playing team to approach the dry erase board, draw a slip of paper, and read it to themselves. On your mark, the player should then draw the object in hopes that his/her team members will guess the object on their paper. If the team guesses correctly, before time runs out, they score a point. If the playing team does not guess correctly the other team has five seconds to try to come up with the correct answer. If they guess correctly they score a point and it is their turn to play.

VALENTINE BINGO You can make your own bingo cards with valentine items instead of numbers to call. You could use a February theme to increase the number of items (groundhogs, President Lincoln, Washington, candy, hearts, doves, valentines, for some examples). activitiesideas-ivil.tripod

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