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Heart Card Games

February 11, 2017

Here is our 11th activity in our 14 Days of Valentine Activities

 

You don't need to buy anything for this activity unless you want to use a real deck of cards instead of printing out the ones that I made.

 

Just click on the picture below and print 4 copies of it (8 pages total) to make a deck. Print them on card stock and laminate to be able to use the over and over!

Aren't they cute? I just love them!

 

Now for the games:

 

1) Go Fish

     * Each player takes 5 cards. If you have any matches, place them in front of you. 

     * Start with the youngest player. The youngest player asks the person to their right if          they have a card they are looking for. For example, if you have a "3" and need to              match it, say "Do you have any 3s?"

     * If the person has a "3", they must give it to the person who asked, who then lays              down the match in front of them. They're turn ends.

     * Then the play goes to the person that was just asked.

     * If a player runs out of cards, they draw 5 more from the stack of extra cards.

     * The game is over when all of the cards have been matched.

     * The winner is the player who has the most matches.

 

2) War (great math game!)

     * Split the deck evenly between all of the players.

     * Each player places their top card face up on the table.

     * The person who has the highest card wins all of the cards on the table

          * Here is the order from lowest to highest

               A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q

     * If 2 or more players have the same card and it is the highest - that makes for a                WAR

          * Now you each put 3 cards face down and then 1 card face up. Whoever's face               up card is the highest, wins all of the cards!

 

3) Bible Practice

     * Each player chooses a card chooses a card and, depending on the card each                player chooses, answers the corresponding question below:

          * A - 10 = Name the corresponding book of the Bible (Old or New Testament) 

                           For example = If you choose the "A" card, you would say the 1st book                              of the Old or New Testament. So you would say either, "Genesis" or                                  "Matthew"

          * J = Tell a Bible story about a character who's name starts with "J"

          * Q = Tell a Bible story about a King or Queen in the Bible

 

Other Posts That You May Enjoy: 

Math Heart

Valentines for 14 Days - Book List

Valentine Poem

 

  

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