Whether you’re planning a small Valentine’s Day Party at home with your children and a few friends or planning games for small groups for the school Valentine Party, this Valentine’s Day Bingo Game is so much fun! The free printables make it a quick and easy game to put together and the game pieces are an extra special treat! Just make sure they save some game pieces for playing and don’t gobble them all up before the game starts!
It often seems like Valentine’s Parties are focused on the candy and sweet treats and while that’s a big part of the holiday I suppose, I like to have some fun and games to focus the kids on so they aren’t just eating candy and treats the whole time. This Valentine’s Day Bingo Game makes a really fun, memorable activity for kids.
Valentine’s Day Bingo Game with Free Printables
- Printables saved to your computer or portable drive
- Paper and Printer
- Valentine Candies like conversation hearts (my favorite are Sweet Tarts)
- A Valentine’s Day Prize for the winner – something non-candy preferably like pencils or something fun
Save and print each of the sets of Valentine’s Day Bingo Game cards and the calling cards. There are 2 sets of cards for a total of 4 different Bingo boards. You can click on each below to save and print.
After each page is printed, cut the cards out and the individual calling cards out too.
Give each child a Valentine’s Day Bingo Game card and several pieces of candy.
Shuffle the calling cards to mix them up well and begin calling numbers, words, and shapes. Have children place a candy on their board when they have a match to the calling card. The shapes, numbers, and words are simple enough for even toddlers to play along! My 2, 3, and 4 year old boys had a great time with this game!
The first player with a full row across or down wins! I hope you and your children enjoy this free printable Valentine’s Day Bingo Game! Check out my Valentine’s Day Pinterest Board for over 200 more great ideas for Valentine’s Day.
Do you have a favorite Valentine’s Day Game you play with your kids?