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Valentine's Day Cupid Youth must pop balloons with cupid's arrows and correctly piece together a love poem or scripture verse." CreativeHolidayIdeas.com


Game Materials 1. A cheap, rubber-tipped bow and arrow or dart gun for each team. 2. Heart shaped or red balloons 3. Straight pins 4. Slips of paper

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Game Objective Youth must pop balloons with cupid's arrows and correctly piece together a love poem or scripture verse.

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Game Preparation 1. Stick a straight pin carefully through the rubber tip so that the arrow or dart is "loaded." 2. Create a corny love poem such as: "Roses are red, violets are blue; if you kiss me, you'll come down with the flu." CreativeHolidayIdeas.com


3. Write each word of the poem on a slip of paper and place it in a balloon. 4. Inflate the balloons and tape them to a wall. Have a different color or balloon designation for each team. Red, White, Pink, pastels are nice. CreativeHolidayIdeas.com


5. Mark a tape line on the floor at least 10 feet from the targets and line up each team single file behind the tape. 6. Have a responsible assistant handle the "ammo." To avoid dangerous crossfire, ammo should only be collected once all teams have shot all thier arrows. CreativeHolidayIdeas.com


Game Play 1. Each person gets one shot at the balloons, then moves to the back of the line.

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2. When a balloon pops and after all shooting ceases, retrieve the word-clue from any balloon that popped and give it to the team of that color (It is possible that another team may pop the balloon for you if their aim is off) CreativeHolidayIdeas.com


3. The first team to figure out the poem wins!

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Variation Instead of love poems, use Bible Verses related to love or relationships.

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