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Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids

Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids

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Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids

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This Valentines Day Crafts for Kids collection is full of simple craft ideas for all generations whether you’re seeking some love-themed projects to do in the classroom or at home. We love to share all kinds of art and craft ideas, so you’ll discover easy projects for toddlers and preschoolers, kindergarten-friendly activities, and older kids’ creative fun.

If you’re looking for Valentine’s Day projects to do with your kids, we’ve got you covered. From finger painting ideas to creating photo props they can construct, there’s something for everyone. Most of the projects involve supplies that you presumably already have at home or in your classroom, so you can get started right away.

Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids

Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids

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Cute Valentines Day Heart Sentences Craft Ideas For Kids

Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids Cute Valentines Day Heart Sentences Craft Ideas For Kids

Image Source/Tutorial: Totally The Bomb

Make heart-shaped sentences in the conversation! The “UR Hot” Conversation Heart will be a hit with the youngsters, and they will use it again and again! This game is incredibly simple to play, and the best thing is that there is no winner, so no one loses!
It’s quite simple to play; all you have to do is take your hearts, lay them down, and form phrases as indicated in the image. Now you’ve got some cute conversation heart sentences on your hands. This is a great game to play at Valentine’s Day party in the classroom!

Printable Valentine Day Matching Game For Kids

Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids Printable Valentine Day Matching Game For Kids

Image Source/Tutorial: Creations By Kara 

Valentine’s Day isn’t designed for children, especially boys. What boy isn’t enamored by pink hearts and ruffles?
This Valentine’s Day craft idea contains chocolate, so it’s ideal for the holiday. You get to eat the Hershey Kisses every time you find a match. Who doesn’t want to be a part of that?

Valentine Card – Paper Craft Ideas For Kids

Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids Valentine Card - Paper Craft Ideas For Kids

Image Source/Tutorial: Teacher Bits And Bobs

This valentine makes love monsters with your kids.

The proportions of the Love Monsters are as follows:
1. A black background (9 by 12 inches).
2. 9 by 9 pink body.
2. Turquoise antennae 5 inches by 1 inch.
4. Red foot-4 by 3 folded in half so they only have to cut once and get two similar feet.
5. Blue mouth (two by three).
6. 1 by 2 white teeth.
7. Folded in half black eyeballs (1 by 2) for the same reason as the feet.

Valentine’s Day Stacking Game For 2nd Grade

Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids Valentine’s  Day Stacking Game For 2nd Grade

Image Source/Tutorial: Totally The Bomb

This valentine play a stacking game with your kid.

The best part is that it’s simple to put together and there’s no mess to clean up afterward! It’s a hit with the kids; they laugh the entire time they’re stacking the conversation hearts, and they’ll want to play it over and over!
Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Give each child a bag of conversation hearts or a box of discussion hearts. To play this game, they’ll need roughly 20 people. (Depending on how skilled at stacking they are.)
  2. Set a one-minute timer. (Or as long you want; we played it at various times because we enjoy playing it again and over.)
  3. Allow them one minute to stack as many discussion hearts as they can. The player with the most points wins!

Valentine Day Yahtzee Love Game For 10-Year-Olds

Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids Valentine Day  Yahtzee Love Game For 10 Year Olds

Image Source/Tutorial: The Idea Room

Make Valentine’s day Yahtzee game and enjoy it with your kids.

Directions:

  1. 1. You’ll need five or six 1 × 1 inch square woodblocks.
  2. Paint your dice white (or a color of your choice) and set them aside to dry.
  3. Print the dice download (accessed by clicking the icon below). If you don’t print it at the original size, it won’t fit your dice properly.
  4. Cut out each square separately.
  5. Use mod podge to adhere them to each dice. A letter and the numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 should be assigned to each dice. You can see what goes where by looking at standard dice.
  6. Glue the fronts and backs of the squares to the dice with Mod Podge.

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DIY Valentines Day Simple Heart Game For Kids

Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids DIY Valentines Day Simple Heart Game For Kids

Image Source/Tutorial: Studio DIY

For this entertaining Valentine’s Day game, you only need one supply: heart stickers! Any type of heart sticker will do, whether it’s foam or regular old stickers. On Valentine’s Day, all you have to do is put hearts all over your house (or wherever you like) for your kids. Ask children to keep track of how many hearts they find and where they find them by the end of the day.

Valentine Day Game For Family – The Duck Love

Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids Valentine Day Game For Family - The Duck Love

Image Source/Tutorial: Kerrific Online

Everyone loves valentine’s day because it provides us with an opportunity to demonstrate our concern for others. Celebrate this valentine with ducky’s love. The guys will have a great time assisting tiny ducks in doing good deeds for others. It’s been a fantastic tool to promote sharing and good acts.

Valentine Day Simple Magnetic  Game Activity For Kids

Valentine  Day Simple Magnetic  Game Activity For Kids

Image Source/Tutorial: Kids Activities Blog

This easy Valentine’s Day game is a fun Valentine’s Day pastime. Seriously! With each play, it employs magnets to create a new maze.

Directions:
1. Attach the maze to the right-hand side of a manila folder with glue.
2. To give the maze Valentine’s Day atmosphere, place heart-shaped stickers around it.
3. Each button should have a magnet glued to the back.

DIY Heart Fishing Art Game For Kids

DIY Heart Fishing Art Game For Kids

Image Source/Tutorial: Twinkle Little Art

This valentine makes this DIY heart fishing art game with your kids. All you need is cardstock, paper towel roll, heart paper punch, magnet, and string.

The goal of the game is to use the pole to catch a fish. Once you’ve caught one, count how many hearts it has and match it to a heart with the same number.

Simple Heart Suncatcher Craft For Toddlers

Simple Heart Suncatcher Craft For Toddlers

Image Source/Tutorial: Fun At Home With Kids 

With Valentine’s Day approaching, we decided it was past time to start planning some decorations.
You’ll need some huge white basket Coffee Filters to get started. They’re fantastic for crafts! The most “Valentine-y” liquid paints were Fuschia, red, orange, yellow, and gold, so give your youngster an ice cube tray loaded with some of each color. Your child will carefully add the colors to each heart with an eyedropper. The colors whirling will be very beautiful.

Read More: Easy Christmas Paper Plate Craft for Kids

Cute Valentine Science – Frozen Vinegar Heart Art

Cute Valentine Science - Frozen Vinegar Heart Art

Image Source/Tutorial: Inspiration Laboratories

Looking for Valentine’s Day science ideas? Baking soda and vinegar are two components that children enjoy. With the addition of some hearts, you’ve got yourself a wonderful Valentine’s Day science activity.

Direction:

  1. Half-fill your freezer trays or molds with water and half-fill them with vinegar.
  2. Mix with a few drops of food coloring.
  3. Put the freezer on.
  4. To 1 cup of water, add 1 teaspoon of baking soda. To dissolve, stir the ingredients together.
  5. In a pan or basin, combine the baking soda and water. In a separate container, place the frozen vinegar hearts. Allow your child to go exploring. He’ll combine the water with the frozen hearts. The baking soda and vinegar will react as the ice melts.
  6. Allow your youngster to top up the frozen vinegar with more baking soda and water solution.
  7. Immediately add baking soda to the frozen vinegar. There will be a reaction as a result of this. The baking soda reacts faster if you soak the rice in water first.

Valentine’s Day Game Ideas For Kindergarten

Valentine's Day Game Ideas For Kindergarten

Image Source/Tutorial: A Girl And A Glue Gun

Here’s Valentine’s day game idea for kindergarten. Begin by making clothespins, then sewing bean bags and purchasing non-bulky gifts. The award goes to whoever of the youngsters knocks down the most. Kids will definitely love this game.

Happy Valentine’s Day Code Game For Kids

Happy Valentine’s Day Code Game For Kids

Image Source/Tutorial: Kids Activities Blog

Are you seeking a creative method to express your love for your children on Valentine’s Day? This Valentine’s Day secret message game might be a fun way to do it!
With this Cypher Wheel, you can put your kids to the test.

Direction:

  1. Use only letters from the alphabet to compose a message (no numbers). There are just 24 letters in the cypher wheel… So, for a “J,” substitute a “Y,” and for a “Q,” substitute a “O.”
  2. Take a single letter from the alphabet and write it down. This should be the first letter of your encrypted message (don’t use J or Q because they don’t appear on the wheel). In the above illustration, I choose H. My encrypted message starts with the letter “H,” as you can see.
  3.  Turn the wheel until the black arrow pointing to the letter you have selected appears. This letter is the “Key,” which means your youngster will need both the cypher and the key to complete the puzzle.
  4. Don’t move the steering wheel! Find each letter in your original message on the outer wheel and write down the letter that is precisely below it on the inner wheel. You’ll have your encrypted message when you’re done!

I hope you like these Valentine’s day craft ideas for kids. If you want more ideas then read more posts on  www.k4media.com and let me know in the comment section which idea you like the most.

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