Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. So, I’ve been wondering how to celebrate this day with my 3-year-old. She’s a huge fan of crafts and “making things,” so I thought I’d look for some fun crafts. I feel like this is a great way for us to connect and become closer.
I did find some fun and engaging crafts for us to do together, so I hope this may be good for your family too! As you go through these, you can click on the links to go to the website for instructions on how to do the craft.
Adults will likely have to help some with cutting out the templates, but kids can put their fingerprints on the card. This craft can be a great personalized gift!
The author of this post also does a great job giving instructions, so this one should be easy to do!
From Creative Family Fun
This looks like something I want to try with my little one! Although, we may be cleaning up glitter for days! Lol
This craft can be done with toddlers, preschoolers, or even bigger kids!
The author of this post mentions that parents can get their little ones to thread the pipe cleaner through the hole. This can help develop fine-motor skills or hand-eye coordination! Also, you can add extra decorations (maybe glitter and stickers?) rather than just using only hearts.
From Christian Parent
This craft is great for preschoolers, as they can practice cutting and lacing! Thus, this craft is great for enhancing fine-motor skills! For instance, your child can help with cutting the straw that will part of the necklace.
From Kids Craft Room
The skill level for this craft can be adjusted depending on the age of your child. For instance, younger children may scatter the tiles all over the sun catcher, while older children may want to create a more detailed mosaic suncatcher.
Also, you are able to print the instructions off from the blog post!
From The Flying Couponer
You don’t need a lot of supplies for this craft, and it’s a good one for a lot of different ages!
In addition, this craft seems easy to do. You only have to draw the shapes on a sponge with a marker, cut them out, and then dip them in paint!
From Red Ted Art
These are super cute! You likely will have to help your child put the pipe cleaners in the toilet paper roll, but your child can help decorate the love bug!
Who doesn’t love playdough? The great thing about this is that you can bake and eat this when you’re done (you can set some aside that can be cooked later) as it’s bread dough!
From Arty Crafty Kids
I love this craft, and as the author of the post notes, it is “guaranteed to melt the heart.”
Also, it is a simple craft, and it is sure to bring your child’s creativity!
From 123 Homeschool4me
This is a beautiful craft! It looks like it doesn’t take a lot of supplies, and your kids will love hanging this up in their room!
I hope you enjoy these crafts. I know I will be trying some of these with my little one! Also, to help you celebrate this holiday even more, I put a packet of Valentine’s Day printables in my freebies section! Subscribe to get a copy! 🙂
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