Category: (5-8 years) Kindergarten – 3rd Graders
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If you’re looking for last minute Valentine’s Day ideas to use with your kids, check out these fun ones. Happy Valentine’s Day from Creative Kids Ideas! more
Today’s a busy holiday, so this post will be short and sweet – kind of like my two little Valentines are! I simply want to wish you and your family a Happy Valentine’s Day!
Also, if you’re looking for last minute Valentine’s Day ideas to use with your kids, check out these fun ones below:
How to Make a Valentine Mailbox for Your Child’s Valentine’s Day Cards and Gifts – Do you need a way to hold your child’s Valentine’s Day cards and gifts? Don’t worry. It’s still not too late to make one! This fun and functional valentine mailbox is a simple and inexpensive craft project to make with kids at home or at school. It can be customized for each child, so it’s suitable for boys and girls. The best part about this cute kids’ craft is there’s no need to spend money on supplies, because it’s made entirely from construction paper and recycled materials.
Recycled Jeans Valentine Pouch – I saw this cute Valentine’s Day craft for kids the other day and fell in love. It’s made from an old pair of blue jeans and a few other simple items. It’s a win-win idea. You get rid of some of those old holey jeans that are lying around, you and your child have fun making the craft together, and your child gets a stylish and unique way to hold her valentines or decorate her doorknob.
Valentine’s Card Homemade from the Heart – Need some last minute valentines cards? Instead of spending money on store-bought ones, try these quick, easy-to-make ideas for making your own cards. The thought and creativity you put into these will make your Valentine feel even more special!
Still want more? Here are a few other Creative Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids.
Happy Valentine’s Day from Creative Kids Ideas!