Category: Valentines Day Games

Valentine's Day Games

A list of Valentine's Day games and activities for schools, groups, and parties. These Valentine games can keep the kids busy and make Valentine's Day a little more fun; even if the boy next to you has cooties! Enjoy these games and if you have new Valentine's Day game ideas, email me, and I may add them to the list.
Valentine's Day Games include name, supplies and instructions on how to play. Many of our Valentine's Day party games go into more detail and include variations for different age groups. Party Game Ideas feature PGI Printable games and games from other web sites just click on the order button or link to purchase.

Valentines Bingo

Printable Valentine’s Bingo games in 12, 25 and 40 bingo card packs. Our colorful 5×5 bingo game is perfect for kids, families and adults Valentine’s Day parties and activities.

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Cupids Mind Match

Cupid’s Mind Match offers 3 printable Valentines Games that involve finishing Valentine’s phrases and and correctly matching it to one person. Works for kids, families and adults.

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Valentine Card Mailbox Game
This Valentine's Day game takes the left / right gift passing game and adds a twist,if you don't get a Valentine's Day card in your mailbox your out. A random Valentine's game that is simple and kids will enjoy playing 2 or 3 times.


Valentine Bullseye Game
Can Cupid hit the mark this Valentine's Day? Well in these Cupid Bullseye games kids try to see if they can land an arrow on the target "A Heart." We offer two variations of the Valentine's Bullseye game so choose the one closest to your heart.


Unwrap the Heart Game
Need a challenging yet rewarding Valentine's game for kids, well this challenging relay race will have kids focused on unwrapping chocolates while wearing gloves. This simple game is frustrating and works well as a relay race!


Valentine's Hide & Seek
Have all the children hide their eyes while you "hide" a valentine in the room. (It should be placed in plain view) Tell the children to find the Valentine, but not touch it. Once they spot it they should sit back down in their spot. The first one to sit down again will get to hide the valentine.


Valentine's Day Balloon Burst
Blow up lots of big sized balloons (red for Valentine's Day) )and before putting a knot in them, push a small wrapped candy inside (small tootsie rolls, individually wrapped lifesavers, dum-dum lollipops work well, or pieces of paper that name prizes). Spread all the balloons around the floor at the party and let guests go wild sitting on them and popping them. Obviously once popped, they can have the treat that's inside. This can be great fun for young children. Thanks, Jennifer


Valentine Candy Guess
Fill a clear container with valentine candy (small hearts, M&Ms, or your favorite Valentine's Day candy) and count how many you place into the container when filling the container. Pass around the container when the children are eating and have them write down their guess on how many are in the container. The one that is the closest takes the candy home.



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