This roll a love bug printable Valentine dice game for kids prompts children to use dice to roll and choose their love bug parts. Use as a drawing game too!
This Roll a Love Bug printable Valentine dice game is a fun one for kids as they celebrate this love-ly holiday. It is a dice game and a game of chance and they need to roll all of the numbers to complete their love bug, but is great if you have to give something to your love one a card is great, and you can also get another gift as a vibrating panty which is a good option as well.
Roll a Love Bug Printable Valentine Dice Game for Kids
My kids love homemade board games, and I love how budget-friendly they can be! This can be played a few different ways depending on the age of your children and their interests. Cut the game pieces, laminate and play; or, use it as a drawing game instead, using the printable as drawing prompts.
My 6 year old wanna-be artist loves to do it this way as she practices her art skills everywhere. This makes such a fun Valentine activity for kids, and there are a few different ways you can modify your game play depending on the age of the children playing. Or, play in teams pairing older children with younger children!
We have made this as a Roll a Snowman version as well as a Winter game to play at home!
What you need to make the Roll a Love Bug game:
Laminating pouches or machine
How to make the Roll a Love Bug game
Print the game board and pieces by clicking on the image below. Print multiple love bug boards and game piece sheets, one per player of the game.
Once printed, cut out the individual eyes, mouths, and embellishments. Laminate these pieces and the love bug board for lasting durability.
If you are using this as a drawing game instead, print the sheets but leave them intact, crossing off items as players draw the specific scarves, mouths, etc.
Roll a Love Bug Rules
Pass a love bug board out to each player, and place the remaining face pieces and embellishments in a pile.
Taking turns, children can roll one of the dice.
Refer to the game boards to see what piece from the pile corresponds with the number on the die. For example, if the child rolls a 1, they will choose a head from the pile and place it on the love bug board.
Play continues until one player completes the love bug with all the numbers on the dice.
*If a player rolls a number that they don’t need because they already have that piece, they don’t place anything on the love bug and pass the dice to the next player.
Have so much playing this fun Roll a Love Bug printable Valentine dice game!
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