Valentine’s Party | Class Activity Word Games

Valentine’s Class Party Word Games

Valentine’s party time
Red, purple, pink
Candies, fun cards, and tasty sweet treats
For your child’s class
Make this special time
A fun-loving nod to St. Valentine

Valentine’s Day is a great holiday to have fun with words!  Try some of these fun word games at your class party!

Class Party Word Games

1.  Valentine’s Poem:  Encourage poetic pondering by reading a sonnet or simple Valentine’s limerick – hand out colorful cards (heart shaped!) for students to write their own poem for a friend, parent, or teacher.

2.  Valentine’s Scrabble:  Write VALENTINE’S DAY on the front chalk or whiteboard and have students write down all the possible words they can make from the letters.

3.  Candy Hearts Writing:  Don candy hearts to each student and have them fancy sentences by combining their words and phrases one at a time by placing a heart in line at the front of the room.

4.  Valentine’s Scramble: Find fun printables of Valentine’s Day word jumbles over on Apples4TheTeacher.com!

5.  Valentine’s Love Dangles: Get crafty with these fun Valentine’s Dangles from ZiggityZoom which let kids make and write something special to those they love!

6.  Valentine’s Word Search:  Turns your students into sleuths by letting them search for Valentine’s-themed words in a novelty word search from Kaboose.com!

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