Valentine’s Day is a super fun holiday for kids!
They get to give and receive cards, make something with their very own hands, and indulge on all the candy they can eat in one day.
The only tricky part is knowing what kind of greetings to pick, especially when your little one already has an exact idea.
For instance, if cats take up a special place in their heart then we’ve got the perfect cat Valentine cards for them! No need to fret about finding the right store or hesitating about whether you’ll be able to finish it on time – just download and print – you’re done!
Check out our many other printable Valentine cards for something extra unique, or if you’ve just forgotten to pick some up before the festivities! Either way, they are sure to be a hit with your kids!
Cat Themed Kids Valentines Cards
Make this Valentine’s Day extra special and get creative when it comes to showing the love!
Forget having to run to the store, with just a few minutes and a printer you can craft cute, one-of-a-kind valentine’s cards at home with your kids!
Let your kiddos show their friends and loved ones how much they truly care this Valentine’s Day with a charming card printed out right at home – one that no one else has!
Valentine Ideas For Kids
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to mean sugary sweets, boxes of chocolates, or cards for kids – this year, make it about learning.
While the holiday is well known for its sweet indulgences, it can also be a day for your children to continue learning at home. With the right activities, kids can stay engaged as they partake in fun crafts and reading challenges.
From art projects related to the holiday to reading books, there are lots of creative ideas that will help kids keep their minds sharp while they enjoy themselves during Valentine’s Day.
Valentine Books For Kids
This Valentine’s Day, inspire your children to read some books and explore their creativity. Reading engaging stories is an excellent way to get away from the bustle of everyday life!
Reading empowers kids by introducing them to incredible worlds and broadening their horizons. Not only does it help increase their reading comprehension skills, but it also helps build language skills including rich vocabulary and grammar.
See below for some of our favorite Valentine’s books for kids.
Love From The Crayons – If your kids love any of the Crayon books, they’ll want to read this Valentine version where the crayons explore the bright colors and subtle shades of love.
The Invisible String – This is a sweet story all children will want to hear. It’s about a mother who tells her two children that they’re all connected by an invisible string.
Little Blue Truck’s Valentine – Join Little Blue Truck as he delivers Valentine’s Day cards to all his farm animal friends. As he does, he wonders, will anyone give one to him?
Valentine Crafts For Kids
Making crafts with your kids can be an incredibly valuable activity. It can teach them important skills like problem-solving, developing focus and concentration, as well as fostering their creativity.
Moreover, crafting projects help build confidence as children learn to put their own designs into action and see a real outcome from having started with nothing but raw materials.
By engaging in age-appropriate craft activities, both you and your kids can benefit from learning more about each other – not to mention all the amazing things they will create along the way!
Tiger Valentine Craft – Making Valentines can be an exciting way for kids to show affection and express their creativity. This tiger Valentine craft is a great choice for kids of any age. Working with their hands will give them the satisfaction of creating a unique piece of art that expresses their feelings on Valentine’s Day.
Unicorn Valentine Card Craft – Kids are always excited to show their friends and family how creative and crafty they can be. This unicorn Valentine card craft is the perfect way for them to do just that. Not only will they have a blast making it, but it’s sure to add a special touch of love and fun to any Valentine’s Day gathering.
Puppy Valentine Craft – Valentine’s Day is almost here, and our puppy craft is the perfect way to get kids ready. Fun, cute, and easy to make, this craft is sure to get the little ones thinking creatively about Valentine’s Day. With a few simple supplies, kids can create an adorable Valentine with a unique twist.
Pikachu Valentine Card Craft – If your kids are into Pokemon, this Pikachu craft is the perfect way for them to express their love to someone special! They can even make multiple cards and hand them out or send one in the mail to someone far away.
Valentine Activities For Kids
If you’re looking for a fun and easy way to for the kids to spend some time on the big day, these Valentine do a dot printables are the perfect solution! They’re a no prep activity that’s great for the last minute. All you need is to download and print various printables, round up some markers or crayons, and get started!
These Valentine connect the dots can help kids exercise their cognitive abilities as they work to connect the dots to generate a cute image. On top of that, kids will practice number recognition, counting, and fine motor skills!
Our Valentine coloring pages are an ideal way to keep kids occupied and creative during the love-filled time of year. Paired with a set of crayons, colorful markers, or pencils, these printables are sure to keep your little ones busy for a while. Nothing says “I love you” like happy pictures drawn by your children for Valentine’s Day!
This Valentine’s Day, help your little ones refine their scissor skills with these fun Valentine cutting practice worksheets. Not only will they gain critical skills such as fine motor control, number recognition, and counting, but they’ll also have fun too.
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