Valentine Games

Famous Couples. Divide into two teams and give each a buzzer or similar type item. Announce the first half of the famous pair. You might say, “Romeo” and if one of the teams knows the match is “Juliet,” they will buzz in with their answer. Whoever has the most points wins!

Several examples to get you started:

Peanut butter and _______

Eggs and _______

Katharine Hepburn and______

John Lennon and _________

A candy heart stacking contest. Have everyone sit around a sturdy table and give them at least 15-30 candy hearts and have them build as high as they can with the hearts within in a given period of time (30 seconds to a minute is plenty). If their contraption falls, they are out. Keep playing the game until you are down to two final contestants. Have everyone cheer him or her on as they try to build the highest (and longest lasting) tower of hearts. Be sure to have a prize for the winner!

Valentine’s Day-themed bingo. Instead of letters and numbers, create bingo cards (or find some online to download) that feature pictures on them like hearts, flowers, cupid, arrows, roses, and other Valentine-themed images. Be sure to have several prizes on hand like candy, chocolates, roses, or balloons so you can play a couple rounds!

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