My 4 year old was so excited to play this Roll a Love Bug game! You can print it for free over at the Teaching Heart Blog. We happened to have a red dice softie on hand which was perfect for the Valentine’s theme, but a regular dice would work just fine. Whoever completes their love bug . . . . .
Valentine's Day Ideas that are Kid-friendly
My son made this Heart Flower Craft in an ABC class he took last summer. They made it for the letter V, but it is also perfect as a Valentine’s Day craft! Supplies Needed: green paper paper in color of choice Popsicle stick scissors glue paint Instructions for making the Heart Flower Using the paper in your . . . . .
Click the photos to be taken to the site for each adorable Lollipop/Sucker Valentines. Superhero Sucker Valentine – free printable $4 for 48 Valentine Sucker Cards in an animal design 3D Valentine’s Day Lollipop Card Sports Ball Valentine Suckers with tags- $3.49 for 12 Ginormous Lollipop Valentine’s Day Card Heart-shaped Lollipop Flowers Cat & Dog . . . . .
Yum, I love red velvet cake and just couldn’t resist buying the mix when I saw it was on sale! I made cupcakes with it and spread cream cheese frosting over the tops, some in pink and some in plain white. My toddler loved shaking the red sprinkles on and then we topped each with a . . . . .
I made this Heart-shaped Lollipop Flower as a fun valentine to give to my son. I plan to put it in his mailbox that we made last year. For instructions on how to make these, head over to the Martha Stewart website. We also made heart-shaped animals on our Valentine’s Day cards; you can see . . . . .