These valentine party games are going to make your kids' Valentine's Day classroom party a whole lot of fun! No matter what size of group of children you have, these games should work wonderfully.
The great thing about these valentine party games is that they don't require you to purchase anything for the them. All the supplies you'll need are clearly listed under each game and should be items that you already have around your home or classroom.
There are rules for each Valentine's Day game but don't afraid to change them to fit the age of the kids or size of the group. You may just come up with your own unique valentine party game!
Tip: Here are some heart templates you can use for quite a few of these valentine party games.
In this valentine party game, a ball or beanbag is meant to represent a heart.
The kids will sit around in a circle, and the child with the ball will name another child, and toss the ball to them.
Get this game really moving with the introduction of multiple bean bags or hearts!
Write the name of some famous couples on paper and then stick it to the children's backs. The other children will need to quiz each other to get clues about what famous couple is taped to their backs.
You can choose to use cartoon characters, TV couples, or even celebrities.
This is your average game of Pictionary but using Valentine's Day themed words.
Included in the link are word ideas for both younger and older children.
Here's an easy valentine party game that's a lot of fun for the younger kids.
Hide a small valentine object somewhere in your classroom or home and have the children search for it.
Here's a fun valentine party game that serves as an icebreaker. Cut hearts in half and give each child one at the beginning of the party and then they can find the child who has the matching half of their heart.
Here's another version of this valentine party game called All Paired Up that includes some other variations of the game.
These free valentine word searches make a fun valentine party game for kids of all ages.
They'll have so much fun they won't even realize their strengthening they spelling and problem solving skills.