Volunteering for your child’s Vday party at school? Need the best Valentine’s Day Games for Kids?
We have you covered with several choices that the students or kiddos will love playing!
Valentine’s Day Games for Kids
This year, you’ve stumbled upon a fantastic set of Valentine’s Day Games for Kids!
Keep the kiddos busy with activities from tic-tac-toe, printable word games, a duck hunt, and more!
1. How to Play Catch My Heart
What You Need:
Bowl (Valentine’s themed optional)
The object of the game is to catch as many hearts as possible in the bowl.
Each player will receive a bowl and bag of rubber Valentine’s Day hearts!
The host of the game will count off each toss of those playing.
We just simply said, ready, toss 1….2….3.
The player will then, while holding the bowl, toss the hearts up into the air and try to catch as many hearts back into the bowl as possible.
That player will re-toss the hearts they catch two more times.
The player with the most hearts inside the bowl after they have tossed the hearts three times will win a prize.
2) Easy Vday Tic-Tac-Toe for Kids
Check out this easy and fun way to create Tic-Tac-Toe for Kids!
An adorable craft and game idea from Crayons and Cravings!
3) Valentine’s Day Treats with Tic Tac Toe
What child doesn’t love playing with their food?
If you’re looking for a fun way to let the kids be kids.
You’ll want to check out this creative way to play Tic Tac Toe from the Inspiration Edit!
4) Valentine’s Word Game
Do you remember playing the Minute to Win it challenges in school?
Where you had to take the word, “Valentine’s Day” and see how many words you could get out of it within the allotted time.
Whoever got the most amount of words… won!
That is exactly this game only with a FREE printable!
All you need to do is click on Valentine’s Word Game and it will take you to get your free printable!
Tip: If you would like another free printable game? Check out Two Kids and a Coupon here for a Free Printable Word Search!
5) Conversation Hearts Game
Need an icebreaker for the kids or adults?
This activity was first invented to be geared towards adults but it now works for children, teens, or grownups!
You will need to have Valentine’s day hearts.
Each heart will have a question centered around it. Perfect for a Vday party or for a family fun night!
6) Cupid’s Shoot and Score Game
Take your best shot with this Cupid’s Shoot and Score Game!
Do you have a Nerf lover in your house?
This could be an indoor or outdoor game.
What you will need to do is line up the TP roll(s) and or Paper towel rolls.
Next, you will add the balloons to the empty rolls.
After that, you will shoot the balloons knocking them off.
The first person to knock all three of the balloons off and in the least amount of time wins.
7) Go on a Duck Hunt
Duck Hunt party game includes several plastic ducks that are hidden all over your backyard or party venue.
The kids (or adults) will have an allotted amount of time to find all of the ducks.
After all of the ducks are found. Whichever player has the most will win.
8) Cupid’s Quiver & Arrow Valentine’s Craft
If you are looking for a fun game activity check out Cupid’s Quiver & Arrow idea from Mommy’s Bundle!
9) Pick a Duck Game
A carnival game that is most often found at a fair, church events, vacation bible school, classroom PTO parties, girl scouts or boy scouts, and birthday parties!
It generally consists of a small pool or large tub with just enough water to allow for the ducks to float on top.
Every child that plays the game will be given the opportunity to pick “their” duck.
If the duck has a number or a symbol underneath it, they’ll win a prize.
Wrapping Up Cupid’s Favorite Games for Kids
We hope you find at least one game or nine Valentine’s Day Games for Kids that you’ll enjoy!
This roundup was put together with moms, dads, teachers, grandmas, librarians, or anyone else putting together a party in mind!
We want to help give you easy and affordable games to make!
Good Luck and HAVE FUN!
Marta Rivera says
That “Minute to Win It” referenced brought back some bad memories! I was such a perfectionist that I would be devastated if I didn’t win! LOL!!!
That sounds like my brother! He could be that way at times when we were younger, lol.
Cupids shoot and score game sounds like good fun for the family! Just doing a Valentines Day inspired game would be fun for some quality family time!
Thanks, Amber! I absolutely agree it is a lot of FUN and the kids love it! 🙂
Jenni LeBaron says
These sound like great games for the whole family and a fantastic reason to get together to spend some quality time with everyone.
I don’t think I am helping at the party this year, but I am definitely passing it on to some friends that are.
omg how cute are these games? I dont have kids of my own but these would be such creative ways to celebrate valentines day for sure