Valentine’s Day Games To Play At Home with your Kids One of my first memories of Valentine’s Day is standing in my Preschool classroom with a box full of cards from the members of my class.
Every year brought new memories. While it is super sad that many children won’t be participating in a traditional classroom party this year for the big day, you can still make the day special with Valentine’s Day games you can play at home.
With classrooms across the country shut down and operating in virtual space, moms are looking for at-home Valentine’s Day alternatives.
Finding a snack or two to make for your kids is easy, and we are used to doing that for class parties anyway.
Finding fun Valentine’s Day games you can play at home with your kids is a little trickier.
I’ve put together a list of games for your family to enjoy in spite of the socially distant part of your Valentine’s Day celebration.
To make your Valentine’s Day at home even more special, I recommend you make a few special treats and get prizes for the winners. Kids love prizes!
Depending on the ages of your kids, this might be a fun Valentine’s Day games prize pack.
Word Games for Valentine’s Day
Enjoy lots of giggles with these fun word games for Valentine’s Day.
These games make the perfect Valentine’s Day games you can play at home because all you need is a printer, a pencil, and your kids.
Sit around the table and work together as a family.
Be silly, be crazy, and have a blast!
Challenge yourself with this Acrostic Word Game for Valentine’s Day from Get Your Holiday On.
Download this free printable Valentine’s Day Mad Libs for kids from Jac of All Things. These will have you laughing for days!
Have even more fun with this Valentine’s Day Mad Libs set from Sisters Suitcase Blog.
Crossword Puzzle and Word Search on the History of Valentine’s Day from With Printables
This Free Printable Word Search Puzzle from Jinxy Kids doesn’t focus on the history of the holiday, it focuses on the fun.
Real Life at Home has another variation on the Valentine’s Day Word Search Puzzle you might like.
Compete in a timed challenge with this Word Puzzle from The Resourceful Mama.
Free Printable Valentine’s Day Games perfect for the whole family.
Might as well make a day of it! Spread these easy printable Valentine’s Day games you can play at home throughout the day for randomly fun moments.
Free Printable Valentime Game: Decorate a Heart Cookie from Preschool Powol Packets.
Your children will use fine motor skills to decorate the paper cookie.
Make it a challenge and have an independently judged contest.
Have fun solving these Sweethearts Mazes from Kiddy Charts Our family is always up for an ISpy Challenge like this Valentine’s one from Planes and Balloons.
Valentine’s Day Bingo is fun for the whole family. Don’t forget to have prizes! From Crayons and Cravings.
Try out some Candy Heart Coding with this printable from Our Family Code.
Free Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunts
Scavenger hunts are fun to set up for your kids at home, but you could also have a virtual scavenger hunt between cousins or friends.
All you have to do is enlist the help of the other mom(s) involved, set up ground rules, and have a facetime or Marco Polo plan for the big day!
Pick a Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt from the list below to get started. This Indoor Scavenger Hunt from KC Edventures is easy to set up and fun for everyone.
The Free printable scavenger hunt from Organized 31is picture-based which makes it accessible for kids of all ages and stages.
A completely different spin on the Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt from the Educator’s Spin On It. – Kids hunt for plastic hearts filled with affirming messages.
Finally, one more V-Day Scavenger Hunt idea from Schooltime Snippets.
Movement Games To Play At Home on Valentine’s Day
Getting your kids off of electronics, up and moving seems to get more challenging every single day.
With the rapidly declining physical fitness of our kids, we have got to be purposeful these days about getting our kids up off their chairs.
Try a Valentine’s Day Movement Game with your kids.
Modeling a movement-based lifestyle and encouraging movement play each day will help your kids build good habits for a lifetime.
Connecting your movement games to a theme like Valentine’s Day makes it more fun for everyone!
Kid’s Valentine’s Day Yoga from Kid’s Yoga Stories. Yoga is always a great way to get the body moving, get the blood flowing, and help kids relax and have fun!
Shoot and Score Cupid Game from Get Your Holidays On — if you’ve ever had Nerf wars with your kids before you know this one is going to get you up and moving. So many Nerf bullets to pick up!
Get Outside and get sunshine with this Catch a Heart Game from Get Your holiday On.
This Valentine’s Day Relay Game from Pink Oatmeal is perfect for your little ones.
Whether you go all out for Valentine’s Day, do a little, or do a lot with your kids; adding one or two of these Valentine’s Day Game to Play at home will bring a smile to their faces and make family memories they will never forget.
It’s certainly a year to remember, and finding ways to make the special holidays at home fun will help make it a year your kids don’t want to forget!