Celebrate Valentine's Day  with some amazing Valentine's Day craft activities.  One way to commemorate the event is by making your Valentine's Day classroom party all the more special by taking some time to play games.  These top 8 Valentine's Day games are easy, fun and inexpensive.

Valentine's Day Activities for Kids

Valentine Party Games

1. Valentine's Day Memory Game {printable} ~ Memory is such a fun and easy game to play with children of all ages.  Play this game at home as a family or during a kids Valentine’s Day party.

2.  Valentine's Day Bingo {printable} ~ Here's a fun Valentine activity to play with family or at a school party.  You could use conversation hearts for place markers.  The printable is free and easy to download and print.

3.  Don't Eat Val {printable} ~ This game is so simple your older children can play it with your toddler!  It’s simple to make and even easier to play. The sky’s the limit with Don’t Eat Val!  Use cereal, dinner or lunch food, as well as any kind of candy to play.

Great Party Games

4.  Steal My Heart ~ Who's says you can't play with your food?  This game uses edible conversation heart candy and chopsticks.  Set the timer and let them go.

5.  Candy Guess ~ Simply fill a glass jar with chocolate kisses, conversation hearts, or red hots.  The children can try to guess how many candies are in the jar.  The child with the closest guess gets to pass out the candy for the class to share.

6.  Heart Dominoes {printable} ~  A fun heart version of dominoes.  Just print, cut and play.  You could laminate them to make them last longer.

Celebrate Valentine's Day

7.  Pin the Arrow on Cupid ~ Give the traditional Pin the Tail on the Donkey game a twist with this Pin the Arrow on Cupid game.

8.  Broken Hearts Game {printable} ~ Cut out the heart halves and match the broken pairs.  There is a special Valentine's Day message.  You can also color and paste the completed pairs on construction paper for a cute decoration.

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