With Valentine’s Day just around the corner we have a guide filled with Valentine’s Crafts to do with the kids.
With a stay at home order still in place, let these fun crafts help entertain the kids while filling your home with the Valentine’s spirit.
These can be used as heartfelt gifts to loved ones or just fun ways to add some extra love to your holiday decor. And feel free to use these as a distraction for your kids while you get some work done or have some quiet time.
Valentine’s Crafts for Younger Kids::
From toddler to early elementary age, these crafts are sure to keep them entertained. Let these Valentine’s Crafts to do with the Kids help you nurture those young minds and watch as their imaginations take flight.
Thumbprint Heart Magnet
Saving those little finger prints is a keepsake all your family members will love. So grab some paint and glass beads for a cute gift for your littles to give to all their Valentine’s.
Love Bug Rolls
These adorable love bugs are perfect for your young ones to create. Toilet paper rolls, some paint, construction paper, pipe cleaners and glue will get you on your way to a love bug creation. The perfect Valentine’s craft for your small kids.
This simple Valentine’s craft only calls for paper, some paint, a marker and your kids hands! Let them explore their creative side with making a simple tree that will be sure to warm the heart of its recipient.
Watch as your preschoolers imagination runs wild creating these silly heart puppets. Find any loose craft pieces left over from other projects or get some glitter, paint, eye balls and cotton balls to make this Valentine’s craft.
This Valentine’s craft for your kids will require a little more supervision for your younger children, but the outcome is so worth it! They will be thrilled to make their very own Valentine Unicorn using paper, glue and some stickers.
Valentine’s Crafts for Older Kids::
Let the older kids loose on these fun ways to spread the Valentines love. This guide to Valentine’s Crafts to do with the Kids is not just for the littles. We have more structured crafts that allow them to be challenged while still having fun. Watch as they explore their creative side.
Head over to the dollar store for this craft and pick up a puzzle and some craft paint. Let your child paint the pieces in various festive colors, then glue them together to make this adorable Valentine’s decoration. This is a great craft for your older kids to do on their own.
We hope you have enjoyed this guide to Valentine’s Crafts to do with the kids. There’s something for every little in your life and the not-so-little anymore kids as well.
Happy Valentines Day from us at the OC Mom Collective. Be sure to check our Valentine’s Guide for all the things you need for gifts for your loved ones and sweets to celebrate the occasion.