8 Kids Valentine's Day Activities

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8 Valentine's Day Activities for Kids, #Valentines
Valentine's Day is fast approaching and I wanted to share with you some of our favorite easy and budget friendly Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids. These are sure to get you little ones feeling the love! Read on...




1. Easy Tissue Paper Heart Votives The perfect easy-to-make gift for teachers and grandparents.

Valentine's Day Craft

2. Bubble Wrap Hearts Don't throw out the bubble wrap that came with that package. Just use it in a new way!


Bubble Wrap Hearts


3. Valentine's Swirl Cupcakes Your kids will be thrilled when they bite into these swirl cupcakes.

Valentine's Day Cupcakes


4. Doily Banner using Kids Artwork The doilies were purchased at the Dollar Store and the inside hearts created by my kids.

Valentine's Banner


5. Making Heart Crayons Wouldn't these be great to make for you child's classmates?

heart shaped crayons, Valentine's Heart Crayons
Guest Post from Toys in the Dryer
6. Valentine's Meringue You know your kids would love this Valentine's themed meringue.

Valentine's Meringue
Guest post from Enjoying the Journey
7. Valentine's Fortune Cookies and Free Valentine's Printable I love this idea for fortune cookies with a personalized message inside and a fun Valentine's printable.

Valentine's Cookies, Valentine's Day Cookies
Guest post from Shaped By Grace
8. Preserving Valentine's Flowers Here's what to do with all those flowers you got from your loved ones on Valentine's Day. Or the flowers you bought for yourself while making loved ones feel guilty.


Preserving Flowers


I hope you enjoyed these Kid Friendly Valentine's Ideas. If so, please pin this and spread the LOVE!

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15 comments:

  1. The votive idea is super cute! I could even do that with my students!

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    1. I originally did it with my kindergarten students years ago. They gave them to their parents for Valentine's Day.

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  2. I like the hearts hanging from the fire place!
    I am co-hosting a link party today called Tell Me Tuesdays! I'd love for you to come check it out and link up!!
    Beth @ The First Year Blog

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    1. Thanks so much! It was a simple banner made with dollar store supplies.

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  3. I love the fortune cookie idea! My boys love fortune cookies. What a clever idea for love notes!

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  4. Love all your Valentine ideas Vicky!

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  5. Wonderful set of activities

    Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!

    Maggy

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  6. What a fun blog you have!! I hope you stop by to link your ideas- http://atozebracelebrations.com/2013/01/link-party-4.html
    Nancy

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  7. Great list! Love the votive idea...would love for you to share this list at my Season's Best {Valentine} Link-Up:

    http://www.fullhands-fullhearts.com/2013/01/toddler-valentines-math-and-link-up.html

    Visiting via Cheerios and Lattes and happy to be a new follower!

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  8. Hi :) Thanks for sharing this on the Kid's Co-Op. I loved how there's a range of activities here to suit various age groups. I am featuring this on Triple T Mum's Kid's Co-Op Showcase tomorrow and I have pinned this :)

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  9. Some great ideas!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!

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