Valentine Games are so much fun! We’ve gathered some of our favorite games for you. If you’re planning a class party, preschool party or just want to have some fun with your kids… we’ve got you covered! I Spy Valentine Edition, Minute to Win It Games, Bingo, Matching Games, Hedbanz and so much more!
Valentine Party Pack from The Crafting Chicks
Heart Relay from Makoodle
Valentine’s Hedbanz from The Crafting Chicks
I’ll Tumble For You Valentine Game from Tried & True
Don’t Eat My Heart from The Crafting Chicks
Suck It Up from I Gotta Create!
Cootie Catchers from The Crafting Chicks
Matching Game from Creations by Kara
Musical Hearts from Teach Mama
Vase Drop from Not Consumed
Conversation Heart Bingo from Say Not Sweet Anne
We are so excited to announce our Valentine Party Pack! This pack is full of fun and games that will help you become the star of Valentine’s Day just by hitting PRINT!
We know how much you love our Valentine Printables so we wanted to put together something super special for all of you.
This pack includes 6 games that are sure to provide fun for hours. You could use this pack for a Valentine’s Class Party, a Valentine Party at your home, or just for fun around the house. Our kids have loved to play each of the games and we know yours will too.
- A special Valentine’s edition of the Memory Game–Kids will want to play this game over and over even after Valentine’s Day is over.
- Roll A Heart Man: This game is a hoot to watch and see who can build a Heart Man the quickest.
- Valentine’s Headbands game: See who can guess the quickest, who/what they are. This game is a hoot.
- Musical Hearts: Get out some fun music about love and watch the kids jump from heart to heart to land on the number that is called out.
- Valentine “I Spy”: This game is a fun for everyone. Race to see who can count the correct number of images in the quickest amount of time.
- Don’t Eat My Valentine: This is our spin on “Don’t Eat Pete,” with fun Valentine images.
- And the BONUS: Heart Attack: Have fun showing someone how much you love them by decorating their space with hearts that tell how much you love them.
You can purchase this pack for only $2.99.
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We were lucky to partner with Hi-Chew last year when Nikkala made some amazing lunchbox and love note printables. So when I started thinking about valentine’s for my girls to give to friends,I had Hi-Chews on the brain. We sure love these little treats at our house. They are the perfect for times when I need a quick sweet treat.
Not to mention that with every yummy fruit flavor I could think up a fun little Valentine pun. Are you ready for the fun?
I’ve got 2 printable sheets with 4 different printables on each. You can attach the full size packs to some of the tags,
just a little individual wrapped treat to the tag,
or I even made a printable for a mixed bag of individually wrapped ones to give to a teacher or close friend.
Lots of options with these.
Just print these off and have your kids write their names. Then tape the Hi-Chew treat of your choice to the tag and you’re all set. The giving is all up to the kids at this point. And make sure you try a few, as quality control of course. Wouldn’t want to giveaway a treat that wasn’t up to your standards 😉
Remember all printables are property of The Crafting Chicks, LLP. For personal non-commercial use.
I found these addable mini puzzles at Michaels. I thought they were so cute and my 4-year-old daughter fell in love with them. She loves puzzles and I just knew there was a fun Valentine’s pun I could use to make these her valentines to give her preschool friends. So I snagged them, made up this fun little printable and have them ready for you and your little ones.
First off, find the small puzzles. They come in an 8 pack so it’s just perfect for a preschool class. I snagged 2 packages cause I knew my girls would want to play with them too.
Then print off the free printables below. I made one sheet with pink and one with the blue.
Blue Puzzle Valentines Printables
Pink Puzzle Valentines Printables
Remember all printables are property of The Crafting Chicks, LLP. For personal non-commercial use only.
After you have the printables printed and cut, you can start to have your child write their name on them. We were too excited to see how it all looked so you can add the puzzles later if you’d like. It didn’t seem like a problem for us.
Attach the puzzle boxes by using tape or glue dots. You can choose which would work best. The tape seemed to hold just fine. But if you’re worried about them traveling you could certainly throw a glue dot on the back to keep them more secure.
And there you have it. A simple and fun Valentine for your child to give.