I know that Christmas is barely behind us (we still have our tree up since Epiphany was this week), but I am already looking forward to Valentine's Day.
I love the hearts and the kisses and the love that oozes from everyone during the weeks leading up to that day.
And also, Joe gave me a Pandora bracelet for Christmas, and I'm excited to get a new bead for it.
Anyway, here are lots of ideas for
Invitation to Make Valentines (an open-ended craft)
Fortune Cookie Valentines (with a free printable)
Foods to Make for Your Valentine (includes foods that are easy enough for small children)
Gifts to Make for Your Valentine's Home
Crafty Cards and Gifts for Valentine's Day
Gifts Young Children Can Make for Adults
Gifts Young Children Can Make for their Friends
Valentine Gifts to Print and Frame
Valentine Jokes, Games, and Projects
The printable Valentine card I created
And while you're at it, you might as well get your kids involved in sharing the love with others. Here are 60 Random Acts of Kindness for Kids to get involved in.
Last, here are a bunch of learning activities you can do with a bag of candy hearts.
Are you thinking about Valentine's Day yet?
Under the category Valentine Gifts to Print and Frame, is there a way to be granted access to the cute subway print one? (#3) It says invited readers only, even when I print on her link! iI really love that print and am hoping to gain access to the blog!!
Thank you so much for your time! 🙂
Tara Ziegmont says
Oh, no! It was available to the public when I wrote it. I'm sorry! You can probably find a similar one on Pinterest if you search for Valentine's subway art.