Looking for an easy Valentine’s Day party game to play in the classroom or at home with the family? Grab the dice, some candy, and this printable game!
Last Valentine’s Day I helped in my then first grader’s classroom during their party. I was in charge of a game and I knew just the one. I wrote down the rules to this dice game, bought some candy, grabbed a dice, and the rest was history. The kids loved this game and getting to play for candy!
During this particular party the kids did all of the activities in stations. This was one of the stations and I also brought cellophane bags and twist ties for the kids to bring their candy home easily. This game doubles as a party game and a party treat. This game is great because it can be played with kids of all ages. Even the adults will love it! As long as I’m helping in the classroom on Valentine’s Day, we’re going to be playing this fun game.
What You Need:
- Valentine’s Day Candy Dice Game (download here)
- Valentine’s Day candy
- cellophane bags and twist ties
Game instructions are super easy to follow. Give each kid 5 pieces of candy to start with (or less if you’d like) then put a pile of candy in the center of the table. Then start the game! When rolling a 1 or a 2, the kids will pick from the pile in the center. We played with 5-6 kids at a time and it worked great.
I prefer to print the card on cardstock so it doesn’t crinkle or bend.
I hope you love this game and find it useful for your Valentine’s Day partying! If you love this one, check out my friends’ printable games with mine below!
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