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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! DIY and Printable Valentine's Day Games.

Enjoy these games and if you have new Valentine's Day game ideas, email me and I may add them to the list.
We also found some other Valentine stuff - Vintage Valentine's Day cards, Jokes, and Valentine's Poetry.

Valentine Card Mailbox Game

Supplies: Valentine’s Mailbox or boxes, Valentine’s cards, left / right story

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.
Game details, instructions, printable story
Thanks - Jessica

Valentine Bingo

Supplies: Paper to create bingo cards, pens and paper
Printable Valentine's Day Bingo - Just Print & Play

Mix Bingo with Valentine's Day and what do you get? A game that kids will enjoy playing over and over again. Fun for youth groups, as a classroom reward and fun for adults too! We have a do it yourself version and printable bingo games.
Game details, instructions and printable options
Party Game Ideas Printable Game

Valentine's Match Me

Supplies: Paper to create bingo cards, pens and paper
Printable Valentine's Day Match Me - Just Print & Play

Want a cheeky game, but not a crude one for Valentine's Day or girls night out? Match Me is an adult fill in the blank game that inspires fun, smiles and laughter, like Match Game on TV. Questions focus on Valentine's Day, romance and relationships.
Game details and printable game
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Valentine's Day Gifts

Valentine Cooties

Supplies: Large space, red paper plates, tape or lines for clear out of bounds area, stop watch helpful but not mandatory, paper, pens and 4 (cups, bowls or hats)

This game involves 4 teams and a large space and is perfect for a school gym or rec center. Teams are placed in 4 areas and need to get rids of the cooties in there area. The team with the most Cooties in their section when the timer goes off loses a player and then play resumes. An active game for kids that can run 10 - 20 minutes!
Game details and instructions
Thanks - Heather

Cupid's Mind Match

Supplies: Purchase, printer, paper, pens/pencils

Fun match game where guest must answer the Valentine word fill in the blank (Candy ______) try to match it with the person who was selected. This could also work as a Dating Game or with some tweaking Newlywed Game. Simple and made for all ages.
Printable game details and overview
A Party Game Ideas Valentine's Printable Game

Valentine Hunt

Supplies: Valentine cards, pen, places to hide valentine cards

This is like an Easter egg hunt but with Valentine cards or hearts. A simple game that will keep the kids busy and searching for hearts throughout the house or a room. Play indoors or out.
Game details and instructions
Thanks - Joan

Valentine's Day Card Scavenger Hunt

Supplies: Scavenger list, kids will need Valentine’s Day cards, pencil

After the kids receive their Valentine's Day cards, then the fun begins to see if they have cards that must the scavenger hunt list! Easy to adapt for different age groups.
Game details and instructions
Thanks, Brenda W.

Valentine's Day Printable Games

Supplies: Printable games just print and play

These printable Valentine's Day games will keep games entertained and stump the adults too! Games range from word finds to Valentine Bingo, trivia and more. Value Packs allow you to save and get games for all the upcoming holidays too!
Printable games and instructions
Thanks, Brenda W.

Valentine's Murder Mysteries

Supplies: Murder mystery, guests up for a challenge

Having a Valentine's dinner party or a group gathering. Well why not try something new and do a murder mystery. We found several will be perfect for Valentine's Day.
A Broken Heart Murder on Valentine's Day - Great for 8 - 14 people.
A St. Valentine's Day Murder Mystery - A gangster style murder mystery
Death by Chocolate and Death by Chocolate - Women Only Version - A Tasty Event
Love Potion Number Five - Mystery Game for Teens to learn who spiked the punch.
The Great Chocolate Mystery - A Girls Mystery without a murder for girls ages 8 - 13

Valentine Bull's Eye Games

Supplies: Cardboard or posterboard, craft supplies to draw and make paper arrows, different supplies for second version

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

Valentine Mind Boggled

Supplies: Printbale game, paper, pens

his Boggle like game has players searching for words from Valentine greeting and phrases. This is a printbale game with 5 unique boards so you can play several times. Challenging for kids and adults. Easy classroom or afternoon activity or family fun.
Game details - printable game
From Party Game Ideas

Unwrap the Heart Game

Supplies: Chocolate foil hearts, gloves, bags and kids

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!
Game details, instructions and variations
Thanks - Brenda

Valentine Hide and Seek

Supplies: Valentine

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 Hide and Seek - A little harder

Supplies: Valentine or heart

If your kids are a little bit older or have a habit of peeking. Go to another room to hide the Valentine or Heart. Once you come back they can go search for it. Then the first one back sit down and all the children are called back and the first child back tells where the Valentine is hidden if correct, than they can hid the Valentine next. If they are not correct then everyone one is let go to find the Valentine, again.

Lovopoly - Make Your Own Game

Supplies: Photos and events to upload for the game

Want a unique game that is just for you? Well then Lovopoly might just be the ticket. You have to upload photos and events and then they take that information and turn it into a your own Monopoly game!

You be able to include 22 events and places that hold special meanings for you, so it will bring back lots of memories. Plan ahead for this gift as it is a personalized item
Lovopoly Game

Valentine Candy Guess

Supplies: Candy, jar, pen and paper

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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Valentine's Day Balloon Burst

Supplies: Balloons, candy, kids to pop them

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 Relay

Supplies: Mittens, hershey kisses

Divide your group into teams, depending on the size of your group 4, 6, or 8 will do. Each team gets a pair of mittens and a pile of hersheys kisses. One at a time, one member from each team will put on the mittens, take a hersheys kiss, open it & eat it. The team that has each member eat a Hershey's Kiss first - wins! If the teams are not equal, have one member go twice to make they even. It is really funny to watch them try to open them with the clumsy mitten hands.
Thanks, Peachy

Valentine's Day Word Scramble

Supplies: Paper and pens
Printable Valentine's Day Word Scramble - Just Print & Play

This is a fun activity during parties and it should give the party host a 15 minute break. Give all the guests a sheet of paper and a pencil or pen with the word Valentine or Valentine's Day (better for younger kids) at the top.

Tell them that they have 10 or 15 minutes to come up with as many words as they can using the letters found in the word Valentine. If they are young, allow 2 letter words like it, an, in. However if they are older, only count words with 3 letters or more will be counted. After they have completed you'll need to score the sheets.

A two letter words = 2 points, three letter words = 3, four letter words = 4, five letter words = 5, six letters = 6 and a 7, 8 or 9 letter word equals = 10 points. The person with the most points wins a prize.
Thanks, Josh

Printable Valentine's Day Word Scramble Version is available

Find Your Valentine Match

Supplies: Basic craft supplies, Paper to cut out hearts, pictures of animals, stapler

Cut out two hearts for each person. Note one will be stapled on top of the other like a card. Also get small pictures of animals (you’ll need two of each animal). I have always found clip art to be helpful for these pictures. Make sure they are animals that children can act out: good examples are monkeys, elephants, pigs, snakes, ducks, cats, dogs, cows, lambs, horses, turkeys, donkeys, frogs, etc… 

Paste the pictures of the animals on the inside of each heart. (1 animal per heart.) You should then have 2 hearts of each animal.

Each child is given a heart (tell them not to let anyone see what animal they) and told that they need to go around the room sounding and acting like the animal they have on their heart (no words). They need to find their animal match. When they find their match they come to you. Play for fun or play for first pair to come to the teacher/adult wins a prize.

If you have an odd number of children give the extra ask an adult to participate too.
Thanks, Tiffani

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