Looking for a fun and easy Valentine’s Day game for your classroom, family, church, or playgroup? This Roll & Cover Valentine Game is fun for kids of all ages! Use our free printable valentines game and race to be the first to cover all of the dice with candy hearts!
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Roll and Cover is one of my favorite Valentine games to play with a large group of people! It can be played with all different ages and skill levels, and the only supplies that you need are our free printable Valentine’s Roll and Cover game sheet and some candy hearts! Or, if you’d prefer to keep things sugar-free, you could also use paper hearts or small heart erasers instead of candy. This Roll & Cover Valentine Game can be played in a circle by taking turns rolling the dice or you can give each player their own die/dice and have everyone compete head-to-head at the same time in a race to fill their cards. Whichever way you choose to play it, it’s a TON of fun!
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Printable Valentine Game: Roll & Cover
What You’ll Need:
- 1 or 2 dice per person (see note below)
- Candy Hearts, Paper Hearts, or Heart Erasers
- Printable Valentine Game Sheet (below)
You can opt to use either one or two dice to play the game – one die will make the game take longer, two dice will make it faster. Roll the dice and cover the corresponding number(s) on the game card with a candy heart.
Whoever covers all of their spaces first is the winner!
I like to give out small novelty prizes for the top three winners, and everyone else gets the candy hearts (or erasers) consolation prize – something for everyone!
If you want to conserve time and paper, you can also print out the game card and cut out each individual strip – there are five game strips per sheet.
Use the single strip instead of the larger sheet for faster gameplay!
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Dana Goff says
Ursula Olender says
Great activity for my multi-level Girl Scout troop.
renee saba says
Thank you Happy Valentines day
renee saba says
Deanna Taylor says
So happy to find an easy game to play with my first graders class!
Suzanne Bowser says
Thank you for this cute Bingo Game. My great granddaughters will love playing it!
Berkley Lewis says
Michelle Williamson says
Hi there, do you have a suggestion as to how we could modify the Roll and Cover game to work for a classroom?
It’s not practical to give every student a pair of dice (or even 1 die), and if the teacher rolls, if all the cards are the same, then won’t all the kids win at once? Is there a ‘Bingo’ version?
Pass the dice. In a row… only need 5 dice and in a class of 25 they get to roll every 5th time. More if you have more dice.
Cant wait to print out some games for our Grandkids Valentine Sleepover
Judy Anderson says
Love to have some free printables
Thank you so very much for your willingness to share such adorable printables with me! They will be so fun for a Valentine activity I am having with some little girls from our church. Thank you!
Sharon venn says
Hi I have signed up but cannot get the roll over heart board to download and it looks perfect for my kids ☹️
Just sent you an email, Sharon! 🙂
Hi. I am having a hard time finding the link to download the printable version of this Valentine’s Day game board. Can the link or pdf be sent to me? Thank you!! I’d like to use this for our kindergarten party.
Cheryl @ That's What Che Said... says
This looks so fun! I can’t wait to play it with the boys!