DIY Printable Valentine’s Day Game | Guess Who

Willow Wishes!

Valentines Round UP NEWBB copyI couldn’t believe my eyes when I looked at my calendar yesterday and the date actually registered in my head!  Can Valentine’s Day, truly, be right around the corner! Are you ready? I can’t get this printable Valentine’s Day Game to you fast enough because it’s so much fun. It’s also a free printable, just for you. All you need to do is jump down, print and let the party start.

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Let’s make your own: 

DIY Printable Valentine’s Day Game —  a Guess Who for Valentine’s Day.
All of the characters are illustrations are based on hearts. Dogs, cats, people and more.
Start by choosing the correct template. I’ve created it in two sizes: one for the US (letterhead sized) and another for us here (A4)
– Print template.
– Cut along the dotted line to create flaps for the game.
– One cut, pre-folded but, then folded flat again: it’s time to start playing!

Enjoy this DIY Printable Valentine’s Day Game  | a holiday version of Guess Who

(These can be “print and go” or take them a step further for a reusable game.  For best results, I would recommend printing on a heavy matt photo stock. If you would like multiple usage, like the example I’ve shared today.  I mounted mine onto cardboard and then, laminated the top. After mounting and protecting with laminate, I then make the incisions. This will create a game that can be played repeatedly. If you have time and are looking for a read project to make, go ahead and use this idea but, create your own characters or use photos for a real, keeper, like this. I love this idea!) 
Do you play or remember playing the classic board game, Guess Who? I feel like the kids were just the size of that board, two heart beats ago, and their thinking faces are impressed on me forever. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy hearing from you with stories of usingwillowday printables with your kids, Grandkids and in classes. Teaching and kids are such a passion of mine but, I love this chance to share these moments with you through projects like this and enjoy hearing how you use these project, too!
Away from home, I used to teach pre-school and elementary school English and this is a great game for learning a foreign language, as well —- for language development, everyday language and was the motivation behind this printable.  I’ve been preparing an elementary school Valentine’s Day party and this game is a part of the kit. Enjoy!