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Today I want to show you how to use my candy heart game from the Valentine Pack in 5 different ways. One thing I love doing with the packs is including multiple ways you can play in order to adjust it to your kid’s age(s).
One Game, Five Ways to Play
1. Match by Color
This is perfect for kids just learning their colors. You can have them say the colors while they match them as well.
2. Match by Words
This is perfect for kids learning to read! Match by words or get actual candy hearts and match those to the paper heart words as well.
3. By Memory
A great way to make this harder is to do it by memory. Older kids love to race and see how fast they can get the matches. And, you can do this by color or words so really it’s two in one.
4. Play the Stacking Game
Now for this one, you’ll need to get some of those candy hearts. Kids can stack them by color or words on top of the paper hearts. See who can make the biggest tower and in the fastest time.
5. Make them into a Puzzle
For this last one, get out the scissors. Cut the hearts down the middle in different patterns and have kids match them up based on how they are cut. For older kids, cut them into more pieces to make it harder.
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