Valentine's Day Candy Charades Play a game of charades using candy conversation hearts as the messages. CreativeHolidayIdeas.com.
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Valentine's Day Candy Charades Play a game of charades using candy conversation hearts as the messages. CreativeHolidayIdeas.com
Game Materials Valentine's Day candy conversation hearts (BE MINE, COOL KID, LOVER BOY, KISS ME, MY GAL, etc.) CreativeHolidayIdeas.com
Game Objective Play a game of charades using candy conversation hearts as the messages. CreativeHolidayIdeas.com
Game Preparation 1. For this game to be effective, there must be quite a number of different conversation hearts to choose from. 2. Put all the candy in a bowl. CreativeHolidayIdeas.com
Game Play 1. One person from a group picks out one of the candies from the bowl and, using the regular rules for Charades, tries to pantomime the message. CreativeHolidayIdeas.com
2. The person who correctly guesses the saying gets to eat that piece of candy. 3. It’s fun to watch the participants try to do phrases like LOVER BOY, KISS ME, and all the other crazy sayings found on the candy. CreativeHolidayIdeas.com
Game Variation Use Valentine Cards instead of Valentine candy. CreativeHolidayIdeas.com
Game Variation Use different emotions for the items to be pantomimed. The person who guesses the emotion gets a point. Emotions that can be used are: anger, fear, happy, nervous, bored, bitter, overwhelmed, depressed, at peace, embarrassed, loved, proud, detached, shocked, hate, and finally, love CreativeHolidayIdeas.com
Game Variation In larger groups you might give each person one of the above emotions. There should be at least two people that have each emotion. The objective will be to display the emotion until you find the other members of your group. When you think you have your partners/group have a seat. Continue until all groups are seated. Then have each group strike a pose of their emotion ending finally with that of love. What does love look like? What actions show love? How did you find your group? How do we find love?
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