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Monday, February 4, 2013

Be My Valentine Game {Printable}


Be My Valentine Game played with Conversation Hearts and Dice-The Unlikely Homeschool


With Valentine's Day only a couple of weeks away, I've already begun my tentative holiday plans. A MUST on the agenda will be the Be My Valentine Game that I introduced to the kids on Valentine's Day 2012.

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Be My Valentine Game Printable

To play BE MY VALENTINE

You will need:

  • a copy of the game sheet
  • one dice
  • small Valentine's candies preferably Conversation Hearts

Be My Valentine Game Printable

  1. Give everyone five pieces of candy.
  2. Take turns rolling the dice.
  3. Follow the action of each rolled number dictated by the game sheet.
  4. After everyone has had 10 or 12 rolls, end the game and enjoy the treats! (When we played, I had everyone throw away the actual candy that they each used in the game...since everyones sweaty hands had been all over them. Then, I passed out new candy in the same amounts that each person had won by the last round of play.)

Want to play? Well, here's your very own copy of

Here are some more fun Valentine's themed game ideas:

Valentine Bingo
Minute to Win it Valentine's Games
Dear Valentine Letters Mad Libs
Valentine's X's and O's
Valentine Bingo games on Pinterest

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5 comments:

  1. Oh yea! I made a couple copycat game boards for my daughter and then we decided to play it at our coop that has 10 kids. You just saved me a lot of time not having to make 8 more boards by hand!

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  2. If they already have 5 candies, what does "Pick one" mean? Sorry, I'm confused. :)

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    1. If you notice in the picture, there is a pile of extra candies in the middle of the table. That is like the "bank". When they "pick one," they get to pick an extra candy from the pile. If they land on "put one back," they have to put one of their candies back into the "bank."

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