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Valentine’s Day crafts for toddlers
If you’re missing the craft-fest that the Holidays bring it’s time to turn your attention to Valentine’s Day with these crafts for toddlers (and older kids) to get creative with.
There are so many fun heart crafts in this collection with lots of opportunities to practice fine motor skills and just being crafty.
And once they’re done they will be so proud to give their love-filled project to someone for Valentines!
Cosmic Hearts – I love to find toddler crafts that you can do with ingredients from your pantry! These Valentine “Cosmic Hearts” are GORGEOUS!
Jewelled Heart Suncatcher
Jewelled Heart Suncatcher – My daughter LOVES crafting with sparkly jewels so this is the perfect Valentine Day activity for us!
Heart Tissue Paper Suncatcher – Teaching Mama
Heart Tissue Paper Suncatcher – Teaching Mama – Oh I love these suncatchers. They will look so pretty in the window when the sun comes back – and simple enough for toddlers to make too!
Water Beads for Valentine’s Day – Teaching Mama
Water Beads for Valentine’s Day – Teaching Mama – I really want to introduce my kiddos to water beads. It’s such a great sensory activity I think. This one is only good for your toddler if they’re past the stage of putting things in their mouths though!
Valentine’s Discovery Box – No Time For Flash Cards
Valentine’s Discovery Box – No Time For Flash Cards – How about this for some sensory play mixed up with seek and find. I love the idea of including family photographs!
Toddler Sensory Play: Valentine’s Day Soup
Easy Baby/Toddler Valentine’s Day Art – Fun at Home with Kids
Easy Baby/Toddler Valentine’s Day Art – Fun at Home with Kids – Oh here’s another idea for a suncatcher. I love how this one uses glitter, we haven’t tried that yet!
Simple Heart Craft For Toddlers – No Time for Flashcards
Simple Heart Craft For Toddlers – No Time for Flashcards – These hearts are adorable and would be a great way to decorate the mantlepiece, or maybe even hang them in a door frame.
Cardboard Stamp Valentine’s Craft – Playtivities
Cardboard Stamp Valentine’s Craft – Playtivities – Do you need a Valentine’s gift for grandma or daddy? This one would be perfect, a piece of art that could be framed and hung proudly on the wall for years to come!
Simple Yarn Valentine – Toddler Approved!
Simple Yarn Valentine – Toddler Approved! – Now here’s an activity that even the youngest toddler can get involved in, and it’s great fine motor practice too!
Fine Motor Valentine’s Day Art for Toddlers ~ Learn Play Imagine
Fine Motor Valentine’s Day Art for Toddlers ~ Learn Play Imagine – Speaking of fine motor skills, this super cute Valentine’s heart has just reminded me that we need to have a go at painting with Q-tips (or cotton buds as we call them over here!)
Heart Suncatcher Craft for Toddlers – Fun at Home with Kids
Heart Suncatcher Craft for Toddlers – Fun at Home with Kids – And now for our third suncatcher craft for this collection. But how could I not include this one? Those hearts are just BEAUTIFUL!
Valentine Art! – Creative Connects for Kids
Valentine Art! – Creative Connects for Kids – How about some finger painting? This activity is perfect for even the tiniest of toddlers, and would make a fabulous Valentine’s Day card, or you could hang it on the wall for everyone to admire!
Valentine Game for Toddlers – Valentine Heart Hop
Valentine Game for Toddlers – Valentine Heart Hop – Phew that’s a lot of crafts, shall we move onto some activities that require some gross motor movement? Let’s start with this fabulous game that requires hopping and jumping.
Heart Hopscotch: An Active Valentine’s Day Learning Game – Toddler Approved!:
Heart Hopscotch: An Active Valentine’s Day Learning Game – Toddler Approved!: – Or how about a Valentine’s Day themed game of good old Hopscotch!
Hunting for Kisses – Reading Confetti
Hunting for Kisses – Reading Confetti – And then let’s finish up this collection of Valentine’s Day activities for toddlers with a good old fashioned treasure hunt!