Last year I made some Ester dominoes for my kids and they were a huge it. Every once in a while they still pick them to play, so this year I decided to add to their collection and make some Valentine's Day dominoes too!
These are a really inexpensive Valentine's day gift for children, so I'm printing out several sets for my kids to share with their school buddies.
To make your own, download the file here and use a color printer to print the pages front and back (the pages are organized in a way that when you print front and back, the back of the pieces will have a background of little hearts in it, instead of just being blank) in the thickest paper or cardboard you can run through your printer. There are eight pages in total, so four sheets of paper are needed.
Each (front) page will look like this:
Cut each of the individual pieces, tie them together with a ribbon or a piece of elastic, add a cute label and you're set with a great, original Valentine's gift.
For a more durable game, you can also laminate the pieces.
I hope you enjoy these printables. If I have time before February 14th, I'm also planning to make a Valentine's memory game, another of my kids favorites.