Are you looking for a fun activity for a family game night? This Valentines day bingo is perfect for kids young and old. Grab your free printable game and start playing today.
My family is always looking for fun activities to do together, and I love coordinating the activity with the upcoming holiday as much as possible.
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Plus, our home seems to be a happier place when we are laughing and doing activities together, versus spending time on our phones, watching a movie, or having something else be the center of our attention.
I began thinking of Valentine’s Day activities we could do with the children a few weeks ago. (I haven’t started thinking of fun and frugal gift ideas for my husband just yet).
Do you remember eating the Sweethearts conversation hearts candy as a kid? I know they’re still around because I pass the explosive pink aisle in my local grocery store every week.
Well, the thought of having a bingo night with these candy sayings came to mind and I couldn’t help be excited about the idea.
The Valentines Day bingo cards are free for you to download. There are two sheets with the candy conversation sayings and two bingo sheets that are blank for you to customize to your heart’s content.
You can grab the Valentines Day bingo cards right here.
Here is how you can play the game.
Valentines Day Bingo for Family Game Night
Grab your Valentines Day bingo cards and print out as many copies as you need for each family member playing.
Grab a packet or a box of Sweethearts conversation candy and pick one person to be the designated spokesman of the candy’s saying.
If your bingo card has the saying then set that sweetheart candy aside and have everyone cover their conversation saying with a penny, a cheerio, or another small object (if you want to reuse the bingo boards again. Otherwise you can color in the box).
The first person to shout “bingo” and confirm their findings with the conversation pieces that have been set aside wins the candy from the pile!
One of the things I love about this Valentines Day bingo set is you can customize and make this game your own. For example, we are trying to help our daughter recognize words to read (such as “mom”, “dad”, “the” and other simple words).
The blank bingo sheets would be perfect to write those words on and then create a cute little box with all the answers for future games.
I hope you enjoy this Valentine’s Day game as much as my family and I do. Let us know in the comments below what your favorite Valentine’s Day traditions include.
Also, don’t forget to share this fun game with a friend!
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