A Peek at the Fun: Looking for some fun Valentine games to play with the kids this year? Print these Valentine’s party games-I Spy, Pictionary, Don’t Eat Cupid, Word Search, and Tic, Tac, Toe-and play at any Valentine’s kids parties you’re throwing this year!
It seems like I’m always roped into helping with class parties for all the different holidays at the kiddos’ school. OK, I admit, I kind of like doing it. It’s fun to be around all of those cute kids.
But sometimes you need something quick and easy to grab when you don’t have a lot of time to plan a great activity. I’ve put together these fun Valentine games for you to print and play with the kids, whether it’s for a school class Valentine’s party or just something fun to play with the kids at home.
Fun right? There are five games and activities that you can pick and choose from, or print them all and start playing!
Before you check these out, you should also know that I have a free printable Valentine’s Bingo game too! Grab it here:
Now check out all of these fun Valentine’s party games!
Don’t Eat Cupid Valentine Games:
Let’s start with this one (because it’s my kids’ favorite!). It’s a Valentine’s Don’t Eat Pete game, so I called it don’t eat cupid.
Print Here: Valentine’s Don’t Eat Pete Game
Here’s how to play Don’t Eat Cupid:
Cover each character with the candy (or whatever food you brought to use). Choose one person to be “It”, and send them out of the room. The rest of the group chooses which character on the game board to be “Cupid.” The “It” person comes back and starts to eat the candy off the board in whatever order they want. When they reach to grab the “Cupid” all the other players yell “DON’T EAT CUPID” and that “It” person isn’t it anymore. Choose and new “It” and repeat until all the children have had a turn to be “It.”
Pictionary Valentine Games:
Here’s another fun one-play Valentine’s Pictionary! These words will be tricky and fun to try drawing.
Print Here: Valentines Pictionary Game
How to play Valentine’s Pictionary:
Cut up the words into little strips. Divide the players into two teams. Set a timer for one minute. Take turns having one player from each team draw a word from the strip until their team can guess the word. The player can then keep drawing from the next strip until time runs out. Keep track of how many each team gets right and the team with the most points wins!
I Spy Valentine Game:
This is a fun one, especially for preschoolers or younger kids. All you’ll need to do is print a playing card for each kiddo, then let them hunt for the various items listed at the bottom and fill in the blanks.
Print Here: Valentine’s I Spy Game
Valentine’s Word Search:
Here’s a word search that will great for older kids! Especially if you need to fill in some time during a party or after school. Super easy-just print and let them start searching!
Print Here: Valentine’s Word Search
Tic Tac Toe Valentine Game:
Finally, here’s a Valentine’s Tic Tac Toe game. You can print these and let the kids play Tic Tac Toe. You can let them write on them or use candy or something similar as the markers for it.
Print Here: Valentine’s Tic Tac Toe
OK, that’s it! Print and play these fun Valentine’s games and play them with your kids.
Have FUN playing these Valentine games!
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With a type 1 diabetic in the family, we are always looking for a focus other than sweets and candy for holidays. Thanks for the games that may picture or spell out the treats, but have her mind working and don’t require food she can’t eat.
Connie M says
I am so excited to try these games with the kids at the library!!
Michelle Btooks says
May I please have the answer key for the i spy game.
Genny DSouza says
May I please have the answer key for the I spy game.
I didn’t make an answer key for that one.
Marlene Christensen says
May I Please Have The Answer Key For The I Spy Game?
Mary A Carter says
Going to send these to our Ronald McDonald house for patients & families to enjoy. Thx for making them available
Love that idea!! 🙂