Valentine’s Day is often billed as a “Hallmark holiday” but our family has fun with it without spending a ton of money! This is a curated list of Valentine’s Day printables like games, puzzles, and other activities to add some festive fun to your mid-February.
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Free Valentine Printables for Kids
This free printable Valentine’s game is designed to be fun for the entire family! Heart Race is for 2 or 3 players and plays in five to ten minutes so even if you have a larger family, you can play multiple rounds in a short time. Toddlers and preschoolers learn dice concepts, shapes, and counting. From a soft skill perspective, this game allows kids to work on communication and expressing their feelings. As a parent you’ll love the twist when kids get caught and are out of the game!
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Adorable printable Valentine I Spy activity from Live Laugh Rowe, my kids love working on these during rest time.
Printable Valentine code activity from Happiness is Homemade, we love this type of activity around here and the illustrations are adorable.
This is so clever, a printable Valentine matching game that you put on the bottom of kisses, from Creations by Kara.
Another free printable Valentine’s board game, this one is from Views from a Stepstool and looks fun.
Free printable word search for Valentine’s Day, from Craftaholics Anonymous, for older kids you could turn this into a imed race to see who finds them all first!
Free printable Valentine’s Day Bingo card from Artsy Fartsy Mama, this is perfect to play with conversation hearts and a great whole family activity.
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