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Digital Valentine’s Day Party Games
Easily plan a fun and engaging Valentine’s Day Party with these digital Valentine’s Day Party games! These digital Valentine’s Day activities are no prep, so they can be completed during morning work, centers, or as part of your Valentine’s Day celebration.
6 digital Valentine’s Day Party activities are included in both PowerPoint and Google Slides!
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Easily plan a fun and engaging Valentine’s Day Party with these digital Valentine’s Day Party games! These digital Valentine’s Day activities are no prep, so they can be completed during morning work, centers, or as part of your Valentine’s Day celebration. There is more than enough to last the whole day and keep your little love bugs engaged! 6 digital Valentine’s Day Party activities are included in both PowerPoint and Google Slides:
1. GUESS WHO (oral language game):
Read the first clue to the students (see the following page for clues). Have the students name the pictures that do not match the clue. Click on the pictures that do not belong, and they will disappear (make sure the game is in presentation mode). Continue revealing clues and removing any pictures that do not belong until the class has correctly guessed the Valentine’s Day character. This game will only work in PowerPoint.
2. CUPID’S CAM (mystery picture game):
Your students will see a zoomed-in portion of a larger picture on Cupid’s (magic) Cam. They will try to guess what the picture is based on this small glimpse. Three different clues will be given to help them guess the picture. Each clue will appear on a different slide. The mystery picture will be revealed on the last slide. There are 10 mystery pictures included.
3. DIRECTED DRAWING (how-to draw a love bug or love monster):
Students will learn how to draw a love bug or a love monster. Each directed drawing includes 8 simple steps with easy to replicate lines. These steps build upon the previous step.
4. CUPID SAYS (gross motor movement game):
This game can be used to play Charades or Cupid Says. It can also be used as a brain break activity.
If you are playing Charades, you will need to privately message a student the action. You could do this via the chat box on your video conferencing platform. The class will try to guess the action. Once they have guessed correctly, share your screen to show the slide. Then, the entire class can complete that motion.
If you are playing Cupid Says, share your screen. Display the game in presentation mode. For some of the slides you will say “Cupid says.” For other slides, you will not. If there are any students who complete the action and Cupid didn’t say to, they will sit. The last student standing wins!
5. VALENTINE SCAVENGER HUNT (math & literacy game):
There are three rounds with four challenges. Each round has two math and two literacy challenges, as well as a clean up slide. The students will find something in their home for each challenge slide. You could have each student share the item they found, or you could choose just a few students for that slide. Once those students have shared, you could have the entire class hold up the item they found for that challenge. After the round is complete, the class will be instructed to put away their items.
6. CUPID CAPER (CVC word building game):
The sneaky Cupid Caper stole all of the Valentine’s Day gifts from Cupid and mixed up the boxes! Now, Cupid needs your assistance! Help the mail carrier know what’s inside the box by dragging the letters into the correct order to build each word. There are 6 pictures for each vowel, for a total of 30 CVC words.
You assume all risks associated with completing these activities.
I hope your students love these digital Valentine’s Day activities!
Keeping our little learners SHARP together!
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