Lots of libraries will be doing Valentine’s day specials for kids today, and if not, you can always find a cute Valentine’s kid book at your local book store.
From Parenting Toddlers.
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As a valentine’s breakfast treat, make your child’s breakfast pancakes or toast in heart shapes. Heart shaped cookie cutters are best for this, and can be found at your local dollar store.
From Parenting Toddlers.
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For babies valentines day, make Heart Shaped Pureed Teething Pops with heart shaped ice cube molds puree fruits like apples, pears, and peaches, in a blender.
Just pour the mixture into the molds and insert popsicle sticks.
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Young children can create a variety of valentine crafts with red, white and pink materials within the short attention span toddlers have for making things.
Peel-and-stick foam stickers, red markers, valentine-themed paper and other decorative embellishments can be handled fairly well by little hands with adult assistance.
Silhouettes are a very personal thing as no two are identical, so toddlers will love creating this unique card for their loved ones on Valentine’s Day.
Toddler activities for Valentine’s Day naturally lends itself to reinforcing the color red, understanding that there are different shades of red and teaching the heart shape.
Toddlers love balloons and there is no exception to the big balloons that can be purchased nearly anywhere that are already pre-filled with helium. For under $5 you can pick up a Happy Valentine’s balloon that features the toddlers favorite
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Teach random acts of kindness, and encourage your kids to find three ways that they can be loving and caring on February 14.
Valentine’s Day brings the traditional hearts and flowers. If you will be scrapbooking your Valentine’s Day, plan ahead, keep in the back of your mind all the scrapbooking possibilities that come with the gifts you receive.
Instead of using the standard shoe box for your kids Valentine’s mailbox, decorate an empty cereal box instead. It fits better in their backpacks.
Teach your children to enjoy Valentine’s Day by focusing on frugal activities instead of getting caught up in consumerism.
Activities such as baking instead of buying, and focusing on free entertainment can make the day fun and unique.
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Decorate cupcakes for Valentine’s Day with creamy icing. White icing can be turned into pink with a bit of red food coloring. Kids will be amazed by this as the white icing changes colors.
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Have a special celebration on Valentine’s Day by having banana splits for dinner!
Make sure to have anything a person could desire for toppings and make the meal extra special for the kids.
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Kids can participate in Valentines day with a simple ‘I Love You’ kiss. This can set an awesome mood for a Valentine’s Day.
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For Valentines’ day, let your little one help you in picking out their clothes for today. See how many clothing items your child can find that are red or pink.
For Valentine’s Day, make plans to spend time alone with your toddler doing something he/she enjoys.
Lots of libraries will be doing Valentine’s day specials for Valentines.