9 Valentine’s Day games for kids

February 11, 2013

I know you’re lookin’ for Valentine’s Day games for kids, right? Or maybe looking for something to do this week with your grandkids. Look no further. I have perfect Valentine’s Day kids activities.

Lots of downloadable things to do with kids can be found right HERE.
 Are you crafty? Fun Valentine’s Day crafts can be found HERE.

Printable coloring pages with a Valentine theme for younger children are right HERE.

Kids love interactive computer games. If yours love playing on the computer, I found some fabulous links to interactive games.

WORD FIND   http://www.apples4theteacher.com/word-finds/valentines-day.html
SPOT THE DIFFERENCE  http://www.thekidzpage.com/valentines_games/index.html

DON’T BREAK MY HEART  http://akidsheart.com/holidays/valntine/heartbreak2.htm

If your chidren are having a Valentine’s Day party, some great kids’ party games are HERE.

How about Valentine Pictionary? HERE

Maybe your children want to show Valentine love to those in need. Did you know they could have a Valnetine-themed charity party? Take a quick look HERE.

This post has been linked to the Grand Social linky.

6 comments on “9 Valentine’s Day games for kids
  1. Great fun! Thank you. I’ll be sharing this on my Grandma’s Briefs Facebook page and Twitter.

    Happy Valentine’s Day!

    (Oh, and you could link this in the GRAND Social linky on my site, if you’d like, so lots of grandmas would see.)

  2. Grandma Kc says:

    What great ideas! I will definitely share the interactive word site with my granddaughter!

    Just stopping by from the GRAND Social Linky Party. Hope you get a chance to do the same!

  3. Joan Stommen says:

    Great ideas for kids! Thanks….so glad to have found your website (and your FB page!)I’m enjoying some of your other posts as well!
    Joan @ gramcrackercurmbs.com

  4. Ellen Dolgen says:

    Cute ideas & what innovation! Gone are the day we made cards with paper, glue, glitter and crayons.

  5. I know, ellen–and I still love old school, too! ;-)))

  6. Maryl says:

    Nice job curating children activities around a theme. Can’t wait to see what you do with Easter or maybe St. Patty’s Day!

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