Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids- 3 Low Prep Busy Bags
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Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids- 3 Low Prep Busy Bags

This year my daughter is four and my son is two, so I think we will have a lot of fun with Valentine’s Day Activities. Today I have 3 super simple, low-prep ideas that are perfect for the Valentine’s Day Busy Bag Blog Hop! Both of my kids do a lot of fine motor activities…

Valentine Math Activity: Portable Ten Frame with Hearts
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Valentine Math Activity: Portable Ten Frame with Hearts

Well Valentine’s Day is around the corner so I’ve been sharing Valentine’s Day Activities for kids. Today’s idea is a Valentine Math Activity using our portable ten frame kit. This post is part of a Valentine’s Day Activities blog hop, so stick around at the bottom for more cool ideas! Also, I’ve included some affiliate…

A Crazy Awesome Teacher Valentine Gift from the Whole Class
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A Crazy Awesome Teacher Valentine Gift from the Whole Class

Valentine’s Day is around the corner on February 14th! Today I am sharing a super simple, yet silly and sentimental idea for an awesome teacher Valentine Gift. The whole class gets to contribute and their teacher is sure to love it. I added a couple affiliate links for easy shopping. I love volunteering for classroom…

Free Printable Valentine Cards to Hand Out – Silly Fill-ins
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Free Printable Valentine Cards to Hand Out – Silly Fill-ins

Are you celebrating Valentine’s Day with friends or classmates this year? If so, these free printable valentine cards would be great fun to hand out! It is similar to Valentines Wacky Mad Libs, and doubles as a fun Valentine’s Day printable activity. In December I had so much fun making New Year’s Eve Silly Fill-ins…

20+ Easy Teacher Valentines You Can Make with the Kids Tonight
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20+ Easy Teacher Valentines You Can Make with the Kids Tonight

Sometimes it seems like holidays just creep up on us, doesn’t it? February 14th is right around the corner! I’m loving these easy teacher valentines ideas for that very reason. You can only do so many Starbucks gift cards, and when it comes to Valentine’s Day, something handmade always speaks to the heart. My referral…

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Kids Valentines that Promote Fine Motor Skills

Each holiday it seems like we build up more and more candy. Sometimes it’s nice to give non-candy kids Valentines, isn’t it? This Valentine’s Day collection has the extra bonus of working on those awesome fine motor skills! Click through to each one for any directions or free printables involved! The only problem is deciding…

Valentine’s Day Cutting Practice Activities- Fine Motor Fridays
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Valentine’s Day Cutting Practice Activities- Fine Motor Fridays

TGIFMF! This Fine Motor Fridays post focuses on Valentine’s Day Cutting Practice but you can add in paper punching, pasting and coloring depending on what you have on hand. I like to think of these as CUT-Punch-PASTE art projects, which we have done before and really enjoyed. These could be used as kid-made Valentine’s Day gifts,…

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20 Cute Valentine’s Day Gifts Using Heart Shaped Molds

We are in full Valentine’s Day mode around here! We made some heart shaped baked cotton balls, a Valentine’s Day Alphabet Game and did some Valentine’s Day Busy Bags too! We are a little obsessed with our heart shaped molds so I put together this collection of cute Valentine’s Day Gifts using heart shaped molds. I…

Anti Valentine’s Day Crafts and Activities for Kids
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Anti Valentine’s Day Crafts and Activities for Kids

I enjoy Valentine’s Day Activities as much as the rest of them, but sometimes it’s fun to think outside of the heart-shaped box. Here are some fun Anti Valentine’s Day Crafts and Activities for kids! I have seen people doing baked cotton balls before around the interwebs. I thought it looked neat, but I wasn’t…

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Light Table Activities for Valentine’s Day

It has been a while since we have posted about light table activities so today I have some super easy Valentine’s Day themed light box or light table activities. This activity utilizes the red option of our remote controlled multi-colored light box. If you don’t want to add these lights to yours, you could try using red tissue…

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DIY Toddler Toy to Develop Fine Motor Skills- Fine Motor Fridays

Happy Fine Motor Fridays! This week I have a tutorial for an easy DIY Toddler Toy to Develop Fine Motor Skills! It uses shrink film (commonly known as Shrinky Dinks) and ribbon to make a Ribbon Pull Toy that is sure to get that pincer grasp a workin’! If you don’t have shrink film or you want…