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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and here are some fun activities that you can do with your kids to celebrate while loving on each other. I am so glad that you are stopping by today and can’t wait to see what you all have to share this week. Be sure to stop by our PreK & K Pinterest board to see a collection of the different posts we are pinning – including yours!

Don’t forget to link up a post (or two) of yours and share what you’ve been working on with your kids! Here are a few fun ideas from previous linkups.



Cheerio Bird Feeders from By Stephanie Lynn – these would be such a fabulous idea to make with your kiddos and then share with the birds. We have so many birds on our deck right now and this would be a fun treat!

Enjoy a fun (and simple) valentine shaped pizza lunch together. Cooking is such a fun way to learn together! 


Heart Memo Board Tutorial from Spell Outloud – Maureen has a great tutorial sharing a handmade memo board that also includes an idea for making valentine’s to hang on it to encourage other family members. Cute!!

Valentine’s Day Heart Lei from Make and Takes – with an abundance of straws in our house, this lei would be much fun to make, or even extend it to make some cute garland to hang around the house.


Long Distance Hugs from The Party Event – if you have family members that live far away {or even if they don’t}, these long distance hugs to mail would be super-cute. I happen to know a grandparent or two that would love them!

Heart Shaped Button Snake from the Iowa Farmer’s Wife – this would be a super easy lacing activity for younger children {simple to make with felt, a ribbon, and a button}. Easy is great!


Valentine Candy estimating  – if you have a few different kinds of valentine candy in your house, make a fun game out of the variety!


Valentine’s Day Sensory Bin from The Iowa Farmer’s Wife – there are so many things that you can do with the Valentine’s Day theme and a fun sensory box!



Rose Scented Playdough from Blog Me Mom – how yummy and fun would this be to make together?


Paper Bag Counting Book from Sixty Second Parent – turn a simple paper bag into a fun counting activity for little ones.

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Valentine’s Day Printable Pack {free!} from Homeschool Creations – pull out your favorite Valentine’s Day books to read with your kids and print off the pages your child will enjoy from this FREE printable pack.



These pretzel, hershey kiss, and m&m treats are SO easy to make for Valentine’s Day. Check out the other fun things in this Valentine post that were done to go along with the book The Snowy Valentine {a sweet book for Valentine’s Day too!}

Valentine's Day gifts kids can make

Montessori Nature has some cute Valentine’s Day gifts that kids can make – love some of these and will have to make a few with our kids!


This No Bake Cupcake Valentine Craft from Spell Outloud is super cute and has zero calories. Makes it even better!



You’ll need to check out all the fun things that Sharla’s kids created using their Valentine Sensory Bin over at Chaos and the Clutter.


This fizzy heart science center from B-Inspired Mama is a great way to add some science learning to sweet holiday.


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