10 Sweet Valentine Crafts for Toddlers
Toddlers love a lot of things. They love books. They love to dance. They love commandeering your smart phone. And they love to create. Help your toddler get in on the Valentine's Day fun by helping them create one of these 10 sweet, Valentine crafts.
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Handprint Valentines Cards
When you have a toddler, not a holiday goes by without the chance to create handprint art. Toddlers may not have stellar fine motor skills, but they do have hands. And they can make a pretty cute handprint-heart valentine. See how to do it at Rosy~Posy.
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Strawberry Heart Pancakes
Here’s a new twist on the ole heart shaped pancakes. Put a heart-shaped strawberry in the middle! Little hands will love helping out with this one. It’s simple, pretty-looking, and delicious! And the built-in strawberry gives you the no-syrup option. Yes! Learn how at Weelicious.com.
Potato Heart Stamps
Nothing says “I love you” like a potato, especially when it’s shaped like a heart. Your toddler will love making homemade valentines with a spud. It’s fun, easy and, disposable. Find instructions at Homemade Serenity Blog.
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Your toddler will definitely feel the love when he sees those heart-shaped marshmallows floating in his Valentine’s Day cup of hot cocoa. And though you may feel a tinge of remorse as you watch him run in circles non-stop for the next 20 minutes as he burns the sugar off, you are happy to do something special on this special occasion. Find out how to make these heart-shaped marshmallows at Just Bella
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You probably feel as though Cupid has already hit you with an arrow because you’re madly in love with your little Valentine. Make these with your little one and find out what it really feels like to be hit with a “love” arrow. Twigs to the clavicle don’t feel very loving. But these sure are cute! Learn how at Homework.
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Everyone loves a hug. Even if it’s made of paper, glue, and a pair of googly eyes. Learn how to make this at No Time For Flashcards.
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Conversation Heart Piñata
Have your toddler help you create this charming conversation heart piñata and then help him destroy it later. Or simply use it as a Valentine’s Day decoration. Learn how to make this at Evite.
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Have a camera, an X-Acto knife and a bag of lollipops? Make these impressively clever and cute 3-D photo lollipop valentines. Though the words “toddler photo shoot” sound daunting, the unique resulting valentines will make it all worth it. Learn how to make these at Juggling With Kids.
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Heart Sun Catcher
Who doesn’t love a festive sun catcher to hang in the window? You do the cutting, and your toddler will have a heyday sticking the tissue pieces in to make this pretty heart decoration. Find instructions at We Made That.
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Newspaper Heart Valentines
Make use of old newspaper lying around and help toddler create cool, watercolor valentines. Find it at You Are My Fave.
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