Valentine’s Day is a special day for kids to celebrate love and friendship. We rounded up some of the cutest Valentine’s Day ideas from blogs near and far, and we included them in our list below. Enjoy!
Make Valentine’s Day Boxes at Home
Help your kids craft Valentine’s Day boxes to collect all of their Valentine’s Day cards from their classmates, friends, and family! They’ll love the chance to get creative with the colors and materials they can use. We spotted these cute boxes over at Giggle Galore.
Give Airplane Valentines
These cute little airplanes will surely make any child’s heart soar! A quick trip to the candy aisle will get you all you need. And these airplanes are easy enough that your kids can join in on the fun of making them, too! Get the tutorial at The Krazy Coupon Lady.
Buy A Valentine’s Themed Lego Set
Even kids who aren’t into Lego (are there any?) will be drawn to this irresistible canine cherub. With 150 pieces, this set is a challenge, yet it comes together quickly enough that young children won’t lose interest. This is available at Amazon.
Throw A Chocolate Fondue Party
Who doesn’t like chocolate? Kids will love dipping cookies, crackers, or fruit in this sweet fountain. This idea is deliciously smooth and perfect for a Valentine’s Day dessert. We spotted this over on Fresh Mommy Blog.
Share An Animal Gram
You can get a pack of four zoo animals at the Dollar store and tie them to construction paper as shown above. We spotted this over on The Blue Robin Cottage.
Stage a Fun Photo
This adorable Valentine balloon craft is made with only a few supplies! You can even modify the balloons by drawing your own, using heart stickers or make fingerprint hearts. Get the full tutorial at The Best Ideas for Kids Blog.
Do An Experiment With Candy
Valentine’s Day is a fun holiday to experiment with candy. And this blog shows you science experiments that can be entertaining for your little ones. Check out their ideas here.
Bake Red Velvet Cookies
These red velvet sugar cookies will make your day! Soft & tender, fun & brightly colored, with a hint of cocoa & a slight cream cheese tang. Get the recipe at Baking A Moment.
Make Heart-Shaped Cheesecake
You’ll make everyone happy with this marbled red velvet cheesecake recipe. It’s packed with flavor and tastes just as good as it looks. Get the recipe at The Novice Chef Blog.
Make A Box Of Chocolates
It’s fun to receive a box of chocolates, but have you ever thought about making the box of chocolates yourself? This tutorial is easy to duplicate. Check out the full tutorial at Lily The Wandering Gypsy.