15 Virtual Valentines Day Party Ideas
Planning a virtual Valentines Day party doesn’t have to be stressful. In fact, it’s actually quite fun to watch the kids have fun in their own home.
Let’s take a look at some fun Valentines Day activities to do with remote learning. If you’ve got another great idea, feel free to leave a comment at the end of the post.
Virtual Valentines Day Activities
- Dress up like a Valentines
- Conversation Heart Estimating: Fill a jar with the candy hearts, and have each kid write down how many they think are in the jar. At the end of your virtual Valentines Day Party, count them with the kids, and see who was closest.
- “How to Draw A Valentine”
- Decorate Valentines Day Boxes
- Decorate a Valentines Heart on Google Slides (Created by Dill Purple Geniuses)
- “How To Make a Valentine’s Day Card”
- “How to Draw Valentine’s Conversation Hearts”
- I Love You to pieces printable craft
- Play “Find the Heart”. Use number, letter, or sight words flash cards. Cut out a small paper heart and hide it behind a card. The kids then take turns calling out a number, letter, or sight word they see – hoping the hidden heart is behind the card. This would be great to do in a pocket chart, or angle your camera down on a table space.
- A Valentine Math Talk for Kindergarten or First Grade
- “Would You Rather” Valentines version (There are plenty on TPT)
- Virtual Valentines Day Scavenger Hunt: Find something red, a heart, something purple, a picture of someone you love, something that smells like flowers, your favorite candy, etc.
- Valentines Day Write the Room: Let them print the cards and recording sheet at home. An adult can help hang the Valentines Picture Cards around the house. Then, the kids can use the recording sheet to write the words.
- Valentines Day Dance Party
- Minute to Win It Valentines Games
Before you go, here are a few blog posts you will enjoy:
5 Easy Valentines Day Crafts for Kids
Fun Valentines Day Poems for Kids
Benefits of Math Talks with Kids