Valentines Day Games

Valentines Day Games

1 . Heart Messages

Let your family know all day long how much you care by sending them some heart messages! Cut out a stack of hearts from pink, red, and white paper, write some little messages on them, and hide them in unexpected places. Put them in jacket pockets, in briefcases and satchels, in shoes, in lunch boxes, in cereal bowls, under pillows, tucked into pyjamas.

2 . Valentine Video

Capture the kids on film for Valentine s Day. Make it something you do every year and you will have a brilliant record of them growing up.

3 . Cupid Says

Play Cupid Says instead of Simon Says with little kids. Include some Valentine s Day ideas such as Give me a kiss or Give someone a hug .

4 . Take a Valentine s Day Bath

Colour the bath water pink or red with a little food colouring the kids will love it! Cut some hearts out of craft foam and use them to decorate the sides of the bathtub. If you cut them out of different colours and make them different sizes, you can order them and sort them too.

5 . A Special Valentine Message

You can put folded Valentine messages into balloons and fill the balloons with helium or attach them to the ceiling with tape. Leave all of the message slips blank except for one. On the one winning message, write Youre in luck Valentine. Attach ribbons to the bottom of the balloons to make them easy to reach. Towards the end of the party allow your guests to pull down the balloons and stomp them to check if their balloon has the winning message inside. The person who gets the written Valentine message is the winner of the game and gets a special prize box of chocolates, etc. The balloons are also a pretty way to decorate your party room.

6 . Valentine Word Scramble

This is an interesting game that all will enjoy. You will need to start with a list of words associated with Valentines Day. Scramble each of the words and make copies of the list for each guest. The guests then get 2 minutes to fix all the disorganized words. The guest who finishes the most words in the time allotted gets the prize.

7 . Guess How Many Hearts

Place cinnamon hearts or other candy in a jar. Then hand out a piece of paper and pen to each of your guests. Ask them to write down how many hearts they think are inside the jar. Have a red box with an open slit at the top, and ask the guests to fold their paper and put it inside the box. The person with the closest guess will win the heart candy filled jar.

8 . Quick Kiss

Hide Hershey Kisses around the room and have your guests race to see who can find the most kisses. The person who finds the greatest number of kisses is the winner of the game.

9 . Dedicate a romantic song to your sweetheart

As its the season of love, asking your guests to sing a romantic song for their sweetheart would be a brilliant idea. This will make your guests feel more involved and it will keep everyone entertained. You can pick 3 to 4 individuals as judges, and ask them to rate the competitors. The judges can rate the contestants on their enthusiasm, the song that they choose, and how well it is presented. The couple who gets the highest rating wins the competition.

10 . How much you know your Sweetheart

This is a fun game to play with couples at a party. Hand out two sheets of paper to each of your guests. Then ask them to write 5 things they like on one sheet of paper, and 5 things their partner likes on the other sheet of paper. The list could include anything from food to books to movies, or even vacation spots. The couple who gets the highest number of matches wins the game.