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Brooke writes, "Here is a fun twist on the "Don't eat Pete" game that I made for my children....It is "Don't eat Cupid". 

How to play: Send the first player away from the game board or into another room, then have the remaining players choose which one of the twelve people on the game board will be "Cupid" for that round. Place one M&M in each square of the game board. Have the first player come back and begin picking and eating M&M's from the game board. As soon as the player tries to pick "Cupid" everyone yells "Don't Eat Cupid!" The player keeps all the M&M's picked up before trying to get Cupid. Refill the game board and play again with the next player. 

You can use cereal or other small snack foods as well as any type of small candy for this game."

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  • Anonymous

    Thanks for sharing! We also enjoy this game and have a different gameboard for almost every holiday. One comment I wanted to share is that with little children, we have found that if we let them keep ALL the candies, even the ones left on the board from their round being "it", it saves any from feeling sad, especially if they find "Cupid" (or Pete...) on the first or second try.

  • Anonymous

    Such a fun idea, I will play this with my grandkids.
    Thanks Brooke

  • Kristin Rawlins

    Thank you for posting this! I found it too late for the 4th grade Valentine's party, but I will file it in my "room parent" binder for the future!

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