6 Great Games and Activities for a Valentine’s Day Party With Your Troop

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Are you looking for fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your girls? In this post I am sharing some of the cute ideas I have done with my troop and a few additional ideas I have found on the web that I know you will all love.

Valentine’s Day Party Activity Booklet

Valentine's Day Activities For KidsBefore jumping into a few ideas, do you want to skip all the planning? If so, use this Valentine’s Day Party Activity Booklet to plan your party for your troop. This is a activity booklet you can use for a fun Valentine Day Party with your Troop. Since Valentine’s Day falls on February 14th this booklet contains 14 games and activities to use at your party.  It is a great resource for every grade level so great for multi-level troops.
Learn more and get yours today!

Valentine’s Day Activities

Word Search Puzzles – Valentine Theme

Add a little fun to your meeting with a quick word search game with a Valentine theme. There are many free versions all over the web. This website here has gathered 31 of the best free Valentine printables out there. Check it out here and print one for your meeting. You could make it a contest to see who can find all the words first.

Bingo Game – Valentine Theme 

Another great game to add to your Valentine party is a fun game of bingo. You can purchase small prizes to give the winners. This website has gathered 9 great Valentine free printables for you to pick from. Check it out here and print one for your meeting.

Dice Rolling Game

All you will need for this game is a set of dice, something to cover spaces and the free printable you can find here. Each girl will take turns rolling the dice and covering the hearts as they roll them. First person to fill wins. Check it out here and print the game for your meeting.

Valentine Left/Right Game 

Before playing you will need to wrap several prizes, they could be as simple as candy bars. Have girls sit in a circle. Hand several wrapped prizes to girls in the circle. The leader reads the story. Every time the girls hear LEFT in the story, they pass the prize to the LEFT. Every time they hear RIGHT in the story, they pass the prize to the RIGHT. Whoever is holding a prize when the story finishes, that person gets the prize! Click here to get the story to use for this activity. 

valentine bean bag tossValentine’s Day Bean Bag Toss Game

Depending on your girls age they may enjoy this Bean Bag toss game, you can set it up like a challenge who can get the most bean bags in is winner. Click here to get yours

Teddy Bear Craft

girl making teddy bear craft for valentines dayA fun craft your girls are sure to enjoy is making a teddy bear out of tissue paper. You will need to cut out the shape of teddy bears on heavy card stock we used red so girls could then make it have heart in middle and then have lots of tissue paper in brown and pink colors and glue. The girls can then crumble the tissue paper in different ways to create a 3D teddy bear.

heart teddy bear for valentines day

Valentine’s Day Fun Patch Ideas

Valentine's Day Fun Patch

Valentine’s Fun 

Valentine's Day Fun Patch

Valentine’s Day

Before you go…

If you are planning Valentine’s day you are probably thinking about World Thinking Day as well. I have some great resources to help planning this event as well. Check out these blog post and activity booklets to make planning your event easy!

Do you need more resources?

One thing we all know as leaders we need all the help we can get to make the program fun, educational, and to help build the girl leaders of tomorrow. I compiled a list of some great companies that sell patches, programs and also other bloggers offering amazing resources that may fit your needs even better than my site did plus I made a really cool Kaper Chart you will love to use with your troop. Grab some of these resources now

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My name is Jodi Carlson, I am a mom, wife, & web designer and come with 25 years of GS experience. I am now sharing my experiences and helping other Girl leaders be great and successful and shape today’s girls to be the leaders of tomorrow. I was blessed with a Son in March of 2015 and stepped down as a full time girl leader, but missed planning and volunteering, so I decided after 25 years I have so many ideas to inspire girls and help leaders so I choose to build this blog and it has grown into a resource beyond GS, I am reaching girl leaders in many organizations.


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