Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and kids will really enjoy making their own Valentines for friends, family, or classmates! We’ve got a fun craft that’ll be perfect for the occasion.
Creativity meets cuteness with this Valentine fox craft! This paper project is simple, fun, and bound to make your little ones grin from ear to ear when they see their finished fox.
This is a great craft for young kids to do since it doesn’t involve any messy paints. Once the craft is complete, they can display it proudly as a festive Valentine’s Day decoration or share with someone they’re “wild about”.
And don’t forget to explore our collection of Valentine crafts for kids for even more fun ideas to share with your little ones.
Fox Craft For Valentine’s Day
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It only takes a handful of basic supplies. Let the kids pick their favorite colors to make the fox’s Valentine’s heart. Download the free template, and follow our easy steps to create this adorable fox craft with the kiddos.
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Fox Template (click the “click here to get this freebie” image at the end to open the form)
Download the fox template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
Begin by gluing the eyes just below the eyebrows.
Place the fox’s body onto the bottom part of the fox head on the orange piece and glue it in place.
Make the ears by gluing the white inner ear to the brown outer ear. Take the completed ears and glue them to the back of the fox’s head.
Glue the body to the back of the white belly piece. It will look like the fox’s arms.
Next, glue the heart in the middle of the body.
Finish by gluing the hands on each side of the heart.
While you’re here, check out all of our fun and easy printable Valentine’s Day cards for kids to pass out in the classroom.
More Valentine’s Day Activities
Valentine Themed Ideas
This holiday season, explore some Valentine themed ideas to celebrate with the kids at home or in the classroom. We’re sharing some charming crafts and engaging activities that promise fun and creativity for your little ones.
Continue reading below for lots of ideas that will keep them entertained and spark their love for learning throughout the season. Be sure to bookmark the ones that will resonate the most with your kids.
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’s Day Crafts For Kids
Dinosaur Valentine Craft – Make this craft for a “roar-some” time! Kids of all ages will have a blast creating this fun and imaginative project. It’s the perfect way to share a “dino-mite” Valentine with someone special, and all it takes is a handful of supplies.
Hippo Valentine Craft – Kids will be able to spread joy when they create a cute hippo Valentine for someone special or as a festive decoration. Fuel their creativity by letting them decide between traditional Valentine colors or realistic hippo colors.
Llama Valentine Card Craft – This llama Valentine card is perfect for sharing love with friends and family. Kids can personalize these adorable cards with their favorite colors and a pun-tastic message like “Wooly be my Valentine?”
Valentine Photo Craft for Kids – Get creative with a few budget friendly supplies and a photo of your child! The classic macaroni wreath gets a makeover with this sweet Valentine themed photo craft made with Conversation Hearts candy.
Valentine’s Day Activities
The engaging activities in our Valentine’s Day worksheets offer a playful way for kids to practice the letter V and more! Beyond the fun, these themed worksheets enhance foundational literacy and motor skills.
The pages feature heart-filled illustrations on the “V is for Valentine” handwriting practice, Valentine’s Day patterns worksheet, and a “H is for heart” letter maze. Have some festive fun with your little ones while instilling a love for learning!
Our Valentine cutting practice worksheets include hands-on activities that enhance cutting skills along dotted lines, number recognition, counting, and more. Kids will have fun cutting out adorable shapes of Valentine’s creatures, matching them up, and reinforcing matching skills and problem solving.
With four different cutting practice pages included, the activities will strengthen hand-eye coordination and spatial awareness in a festive way! So grab these printables and the scissors for a fun cutting session!
Unlock a world of learning fun with our Valentine’s Day do a dot printables! Simply download and print to let your kids master pre-reading and math skills through these engaging activities.
This bundle includes number hunt pages, beginning sounds worksheets, numbers, counting, patterns, and dot the object. Encourage skill development in a festive way this Valentine’s Day with these fun and educational printables!
Witness the joy unfold as preschoolers explore this captivating gems & hearts Valentine’s sensory bin! The excitement on their little faces will be undeniable when you bring out this colorful bin filled with goodies like red, pink, and clear acrylic hearts and gems and huge acrylic diamonds!
Make your own bin with rice dyed pink, gems, hearts, and other sensory items both boys and girls will love to discover. Dive into a world of treasures and exploration with this super fun Valentine’s sensory bin!
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More Fun Ideas For Kids
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Fox Template
- Download the fox template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Begin by gluing the eyes just below the eyebrows.
- Place the fox's body onto the bottom part of the fox head on the orange piece and glue it in place.
- Make the ears by gluing the white inner ear to the brown outer ear. Take the completed ears and glue them to the back of the fox’s head.
- Glue the body to the center of the orange piece. It will look like the Fox’s arms
- Finish by gluing the heart in the middle of the body. Then glue the hands on each side of the heart.