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Crafty kids will love making homemade Valentine cards for their friends and loved ones. This collection has some amazing ideas for kids of all ages!
Whether you’re looking for a fun craft to add to your Valentine’s Day preschool activities or you’re looking for homemade valentines cards your kids can make, there’s no need to look elsewhere.
This amazing collection of homemade Valentine card ideas is perfect for preschoolers and big kids.
Homemade Valentine Cards
There are crafts, art projects, and more included in this collection. Each one can be turned into a card that friends and family are sure to love.
I love how easy this Valentine card craft is for preschoolers to make!
Strengthen scissor skills by cutting out paper hearts and assembling them into a flower.
Insert a sucker into the center of the flower, and they've got a sweet card to pass out to friends and loved ones.
Save all of your unwrapped broken crayon pieces.
Your kids will love melting them in a silicone mold to make some DIY Crayon Valentines to pass out this year.
I love fingerprint crafts and art projects. They make great keepsakes that remind you just how little they were.
This Heart Thumbprint Art activity makes the perfect Valentine’s craft for kids to pass out this holiday.
Use a fun resist technique to make personalized watercolor hearts for Valentine’s Day.
All you need is a white crayon, watercolor paints, and some paper.
Turn this Valentine’s Day Monster Craft into a fun Valentine’s Day card for a loved one.
This guy is too cute to be scary!
Kids will love making and painting salt dough hearts, and then attaching them to these DIY Valentines.
Younger preschoolers may need help with the writing part, but they can definitely paint the hearts.
I love handprint crafts as much as I love fingerprint crafts. Anything that preserves the "little-ness" of my kiddos is a huge hit.
Turn your child’s handprint into a Valentine keepsake with this handprint Valentine craft.
Bee mine! This adorable kid-made Valentines card is a fun art project that doubles as a Valentine's Day craft for kids.
Kids will love the surprise supply used to paint the bee's body.
Make these adorable bee and ladybug Valentine heart cards for your kids to pass out this year.
You can precut the pieces for your toddlers, but allowing preschoolers to do the cutting will strengthen their fine motor skills.
I've never met anyone who didn't love bubble wrap!
Save yours, and use it to make these easy bubble wrap Valentines for a fun sensory activity for kids.
This adorable heart hedgehog craft makes the perfect Valentine for friends and loved ones.
Using patterned scrapbook paper will add a fun decorative element to this craft.
Make this adorable puzzle piece kid Valentine card craft that loved ones will treasure!
Be aware that it does take some pre-planning as you need to print pictures of your preschoolers.
Are you on the hunt for a Valentine card idea that isn't pink, glittery, or mushy?
This rocket Valentine that really flies is perfect for boys (and girls) to give out this year.
Your kids will love making this tiger handmade Valentine card, and it’s super easy using the template provided.
Books for Valentine’s Day
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about Valentine’s Day. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Splat the Cat: Funny Valentine– It’s Valentine’s Day, and Splat and his friends want to give Mrs. Wimpydimple something special.
Happy Valentine’s Day, Charlie Brown! – It’s Valentine’s Day and Charlie Brown is trying to find the courage to give the Little Red-Haired Girl a valentine!
Snowy Valentine– Step out into a snowy Valentine’s Day with Jasper the bunny as he searches the forest valley for a special gift for his loved one.
More Valentine’s Day Fun
Valentine’s Day coloring cards are perfect for class parties and playdates! It’s like a gift and an activity all in one.
What kid doesn’t love Bingo? This adorable Valentine’s Day bingo set is perfect for the school classroom or a large family gathering or party — with 30 unique game boards.
This February, stock your bookshelves with one or more of these festive Valentine books for kindergarten. Engage your young readers this holiday season.
There are no mushy-gushy books on this list. Your guys will love these Valentines Day books for boys. Monsters, zombies, and stinky feet are featured in this list!