Homemade Valentine's Cards
This project is the perfect thoughtful--and handmade--gift for your child to create for that special someone; it holds a sweet, personal message for the recipient to discover!
Children love using creativity to develop their own secret code. Why not encourage this fascination a bit more and assist him in creating a mysterious homemade Valentine?
Using low-tech supplies and a little extra ingenuity, you can help your child create a unique, heartfelt card that says a very special "I love you."
Sure, you can go out and buy a box of Valentine cards--but for a special message try this simple craft activity to make someone's day.
Here's a sweet heart for your sweetheart! This Valentine's Day, make this marbled homemade heart to give as a card or to decorate your home.
We love this snappy, fresh Valentine note project for third graders. Try it and see!
Here's a hilarious alternative to those sugary conversation hearts...and a way to keep building first grade literacy skills while you're at it!
Minimize waste and cost this year by encouraging your child to make her own friendly greeting cards.
Use adorable animal photos from books or magazines to make these simple valentines that can be given to classmates or friends.
In this activity, kids use sponges to make textured stamps for homemade, artistic Valentine's Day cards.