Conversation hearts have been around at Valentine’s Day for as long as I can remember. I’ve noticed that the “conversations” on the hearts have evolved over time. The hearts for the conversation heart hop game have movement based words as their “conversations.” It’s a simple, fun game that can be enjoyed by all age levels. Along with the valentine delivery game, the conversation heart hop is a great gross motor game for Valentine’s Day !
Conversation Heart Hop – Valentine’s Day Gross Motor
The conversation heart hop is a part of the Valentine’s Day Brain Breaks and Games variety pack that can be found in the Shop.
Conversation Heart Hop -How To Play
- Place hearts face down.
- Let kids take turns picking a heart.
- The entire class performs the activity on the heart.
- Place the same number of hearts as students on the ground.
- Have students walk or hop on hearts until music stops.
- When music stops students must perform the activity on their heart.
- When music starts students start moving between hearts again and play continues.
This can easily be modified to a musical chairs like game. Have one less heart than students playing. When the music stops the student who is not on the heart is out.
Get Your Conversation Hearts
Grab your conversation hearts in the Valentine’s Day Brain Breaks and Movement pack. Not only do you get the conversation hearts but you get a variety of ways to move with a Valentine’s Day theme! Some favorites include the Heart Hustle, Valentine’s Day Delivery Relay and Valentine’s Day Cootie Catcher.
Get Everything You Need To Make Valentine’s Day Movement Fun
Get EVERYTHING you need to add Valentine’s Day movement to your therapy sessions, classroom, daycare, home and beyond. Get printable games, brain break cards, yoga cards, digital games and more when you get the Valentine’s Day Movement Pack. Have all of your Valentine’s Day games and movement needs taken care of now.
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