Valentine’s Day Games


Here are some interesting and fun Valentine games for kids and toddlers. These can be played easily and will definitely help make the Valentine’s Day Party more cheerful. Parents or teachers who organize a Valentine’s Day celebration can help children implement these Valentine’s Day game ideas.

Paper dance
Valentine can be made special and fun by dancing with your partner on a sheet of paper. Play the Paper Dance game and make it a very interesting celebration of Valentine’s Day.

How to play:
The dance couple has to dance on paper and every 2 minutes the paper is folded in half and the couple has to dance alone on that piece of paper.
If one of the partners or both slips or dances outside the newspaper, then the couple is out of the competition. The couple that dances until the end of the game in that small paper wins the game.
Is not it a romantic idea to dance so close to your partner and at the same time win the competition? Well, it’s like you had your cake and you ate it too.
Valentine's Day Games
Meet your partner
“Know Your Mate” is a Valentine’s game for couples. It will help you to know how well you understand your partner.

How to play:
The host should prepare some questions for couples. For example, questions such as interests and hobbies, where they met first or the happiest time.
First, call all the men in a room. Ask the questions and write down all the answers given by each of them
Then, call the females inside the room and let the males leave the room.
Ask the same questions and write down the answers.
Now, call all the men who are inside and match the answers of both partners.
The couple with the highest number of combined responses wins and receives the name “perfect match”.

Cupid tree treasure hunt
Necessary things:
Tree branch
Marbles or stones
Small gifts

How to play:
Set up a centerpiece of the Valentine tree on the dining room table. A small naked branch standing upright in a jar of marbles or stones works well.
Write clues on small pieces of paper for items that children should find or make from paper and hang them on the tree. Then tie the clues in the branches of the tree.
When the children come back with the last item, have small gifts waiting under the tree.

Tips for clues:
To create clues, try the following, or use your own funny puzzles:
I like to bark and chase a stick. Take a picture of me and hang it fast.
I have five points and twinkle in the sky. Cut me out of aluminum foil and hold me up.
Although my name rhymes with stupid, I am as cute as can be. Cut my paper form and hang me on the tree.

Valentine’s word games
This is a word game where the famous pairs come together.
How to play:
Divide the children into 2 teams and form two facing rows. The first player on one side begins by asking the first player of the other team to complete this famous pair:
“Romeo and …..” the opposite player says “Julieta”
Continue through the line of players and then the other team starts … “peanut butter and …..”
“Cookies and milk
“Ram and ……” Sita
“Cinderella and …..” – Prince Charming
“Heer and …..” – Ranjah
And so.

This game can also be played using hearts that have been cut into two-piece puzzles. Children can be asked to match hearts.

Love story
How to play:
Give each player a piece of paper and a pencil.
Explain that they are working as a team to write a love story section by section.
Each player writes a part of the story according to their instructions.
After each instruction, the documents are folded and passed on to the next writer.
When the instructions are completed, each player / writer will have a story on their hands.
Take turns unfolding the papers and reading the stories.

Suggested instructions for writing:
Name of the female character -> pass
Description of Girl -> pass
Name of the child’s character -> pass
Description of it -> pass
How the boy and the girl are -> pass
First words the boy told the girl -> pass
How did she respond -> happen
What happened next -> pass
What did your friends say / do? -> pass

Other options for plot twists:
What did the neighbors say?
What happened on your first date?
Where did you marry? Children? Pets? Adventure?
What did the newspaper print about them?
Use famous people and places.

Valentine Charades
How to play:
Before the party, write some appropriate phrases, book titles, song titles and famous love stories (movies).
Place the sheets of paper in an empty heart box.
Divide the players into teams and ask them to play against each other.
Each player will draw a piece of paper from the heart box and, in turn, will represent their song, book, title, etc. for your respective team.

Clues and tips to remember:
Without speaking!
Open hands represent the book
Booting the movement represents the movie
Waving the hand before and open mouth represents the song
Pulling the ear represents “sounds like”
Holding a finger means first word, etc.
Touching your nose indicates the correct answer.

Launching the smile
In this game, players are forbidden to smile, but trust us, laughter and laughter abound.
Necessary things:
A place where everyone can sit in a circle
How to play:
The players sit in a circle, making sure they can see each other. A player starts the game smiling broadly, while all other players are gloomy.
This player uses his hand to erase the smile from his face and throw it to another player who has to catch the smile with his hand and put it on.
This new element erases the smile to throw it at another person, although it is likely that he decides to violently rob everyone for a few minutes before giving up his happy role.
Meanwhile, all other players must sit with a stone face. A smile and they are out.

Younger players are the least successful at winning this game (they just can not help but laugh), but they also tend to enjoy it more.

Only the name of this game breaks the children; playing it alone intensifies your joy.
How to play:
Have a player lie on his back.
The next player lies down with his head resting on the belly of the first player and the next player lies down with the head in the belly of the second player.
Organize all players until everyone is zigzagging around the turf or the floor, each with their head in the belly of another person (if possible, make a line so that the last player can put their head in the belly of the first player).
Then, the first player shouts, loud and clear, “Ha!”
The second player responds with a vigorous “Ha ha!” then the third player rings, “Ha, ha, ha!”
Continue until all the players have shouted their “Ha” or (more likely) have dissolved in an uncontrollable laugh, with the head bouncing on the bellies of friends, uncles, cousins ​​or laughing grandmothers.

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