If you have kids, these Valentines Day Printables are a fun way to brighten up the kitchen table for breakfast or dinner.
When I was in elementary school, my mother used to put little notes in my lunch box and I loved it. When my kids were small I tried to make things festive for them by leaving little “surprises” around the house.
This weekend was busy with lots of unpacking of boxes from our move, but I still have not forgotten that Valentine’s Day is nearly here! I just love celebrating by decorating with simple and cheap Valentine’s Day decor ideas. I made some cute little snacks for my coworkers and I gave my mom some cute Valentine’s Day slipper socks.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, I have some other simple celebration ideas if you have not had a chance to think about it. Wtih some kids not able to share Valentine’s in a traditional class setting this year, here are some fun ideas to make the day special for the kids.
- Valentine’s Cocoa Bomb’s These are so fun to make and are not difficult either, check out how to make Valentine’s Cocoa Bombs.
- Valentine’s Chocolate Bark – Make this in minutes and package in clear plastic bags for a fun gift idea.
- Valentine’s Heart cookies – so easy to make and delicious!
- Candied Sugar Cookies – pictured above, these are super easy to make with prepackaged sugar cookie dough.
- Chocolate Covered Strawberries = Easy to make chocolate strawberries to celebrate the day.
- Valentine’s Cocktail Recipes – Fun and festive cocktails to celebrate.
Valentine’s Day Printables & Activities
- For the kids, I made some fun activity sheets. These Valentine’s Day printable sheets are available here. Just right-click and print.
- Cut hearts out of construction paper and let the kids use paint, markers ore crayons to make Valentine’s. Send Valentine’s cards through the mail to family members.
- Host a fun Valentine’s Day craft party. Put lots of construction paper, stickers, and punches out so that kids can make their own gifts. If the kids are old enough, buy some colored beads and necklace thread so that they can make bracelets and necklaces.
- Host a tea party with cookies and lemonade. Have the kids bring a stuffed animal as a special guest.
How ever you celebrate, remember it should be simple and fun. I just wanted to take a moment to wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day!
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