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19 Jan

Are you thinking about Valentine’s Day?  Are you a teacher or homeroom mom that has to plan the party?  You are in luck —  here are some of my favorite party ideas.  Many could be used as Valentine’s Day centers as well!  Have fun!

The best classroom bingo around.  I love this because it will mean - Everyone’s Engaged Bingo!  The nice thing about this game is that every picture called will be on the card (just in a different order) – this allows for everyone to cover a picture at every turn but still just one winner.  (Keeps all engaged knowing they must find the picture on every turn and is not frustrating like regular Bingo.) First person to get four in a row or diagonal, wins!  Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first, or second grade classrooms. This set comes with 12 different cards and a set of calling cards.

BONUS: Play V-day Memory with page 19.  Print two pages of page 19.

Students can play in small groups, so you will need to print a set of playing card per two—four students. vdaygame2014pic2

Here is a fun dice game… just grab some dice and print one of these for each student.  They can play with partners.  Let’s see who fills up their chocolate box first!!!   vdaygame2014pic3

 Below are some of the cards to a Valentine’s Day Puzzle game.  This is played like our FREE Gingerbread Puzzle game that has been a hit in many a classroom.  Click here to view that free game and to get an idea of how this is played.

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vdaygame2014pic6  How about YOU fill my heart to BEE my Valentine???

You must supply markers but only set-up required is to print and cut-out a set of cards!!!  Be the first to fill you heart by covering all the circles. To play:  Players take turns in order drawing 1 card and performing the act on the card.  For example:  If the card says +3, then the player would add 3 pieces to their heart.  If the card asks the player to give a piece away, they must give one piece away, if they have the piece to give.  If they do not have any pieces on their heart, they do nothing and it is the next persons turn.  Play continues until someone covers up all the circles on their heart!  Grades Pre-K to Second!

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Here is a super fun game and I bet it is a unique one too!!!  Have you played Left, Right, Center?  It is such a fun game…  Here is a similar game with a valentine theme.  It is called left, right, post office.  It has directions and all the printable materials you will need!

Left Right Center Valentine's Day Party Game

You can get it here on E-junkie or here on TPT!

For more Valentine’s Day IDeas – click here!!! 

Are you working on Telling Time?  If so, you will love my telling time center activities!

Telling Time VAlentine Activity Sheets Five Minutes
Click Here to Download the Free Page and a Preview of this resource!  – telling time will be so easy!!!

If you are interested in getting all the fun Valentine’s Day telling time resources you can do so at

TPT – click here!!!

or

E-Junkie – Click Here!!!