Valentine's Day Activities

Valentine's Day activities get your child to lovingly create cards, snacks, and crafts. This heart-filled February holiday is a fun time to celebrate love and friendship with your child. Your little crafter can have fun preparing for February 14 by doing Valentine's Day activities. Many of these Valentine's Day activities make nice presents that your child can gift to friends and family members. Sip some raspberry hot chocolate with your child as you make a melted crayon heart, plate a Valentine's Day salad, and construct a red-and-pink mailbox. Bring some love to your craft table with Valentine's Day Activities.

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Traditionally, lovespoons were made by suitors to give to their love interests. Have your kid make his own love spoons this Valentine's Day!
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A valentine wreath brightens up any home on Valentine's Day. Craft a pretty valentine wreath out of colorful chocolate kisses.
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Set your child's creative spirit free with heart art! He'll experiment placing hearts in patterns, designs, and configurations to make this 'heartfelt' art.
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This heart print makes the perfect simple and sweet gift for Valentine's Day!
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Take a fun and simple look at the concept of parallel lines with your child. This art activity is great for fine motor skills and perfect for Valentine's Day!
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This heart paper chain is the perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day. Include some decorations in a simple AB pattern and work on pattern recognition.
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Invite your first grader to create this "layers of love" keepsake for that special someone! It holds a sweet, personal message for the recipient.
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Create striking pieces of art using handmade heart stencils in this hands-on Valentine's Day arts and crafts activity!
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What better way to show someone you love them than by telling them? This hair band craft features the American Sign Language sign for âI Love You.â
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Make hand-painted stemware to give away as a gift in this unique arts and crafts activity.
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Button art gets your child to make a pretty silhouette out of buttons. Make button art on Valentine's Day and any craft-filled day you'd like.
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Create a little magic with this special craft that transforms a regular paper tree into a Valentine masterpiece.
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Heart-shaped crackers are a tasty and unexpected snack perfect for your young valentine. Combine the fun of crafting with food with these heart-shaped crackers.
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Make some cool hearts that are sure to brighten anyone's Valentine's Day. This project is a opportunity to play with overlapping shapes and show your love!
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This funny valentine features springing hearts and sparkling stickers to make an unusual holiday greeting. Make a funny valentine with your little comedian.
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If there's a special person in your fourth grader's life, show him how to create this beautiful photo frame luminary as an extra special Valentine's Day gift!
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Foster a love of words in your little cupid this Valentine's Day by creating a memory game that doubles as an early reading activity.
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Valentine's Day coupons get your child to stretch his imagination and budget for the holiday. Make Valentine's Day coupons for friends and family this February.
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Make Valentine's Day breakfast special with this 'hearty' egg and toast recipe. This Valentine's Day breakfast gets a special twist with a heart-shaped egg.
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Heart-shaped pizza is an unusual Valentine's Day treat that your child will fall in love with. Make a heart-shaped pizza this Valentine's Day with your family.

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