I have seen this done to neighbors, but never thought to do it for my own kids – they are going to love it! Thanks, skip to my lou for the idea!
Not a new idea, but a classic. Again, from skip to my lou.
Alison already mentioned this in one of her posts, but I thought it fit here as well. Thanks, somewhat simple. She has a great tutorial on how to make this along with a free printable activity list to go on each day!
A bunny, a caterpillar, a chick, a butterfly, and two kissing fish are some of her other ideas at the ramblings of a crazy woman.
Idea from katie did.
My kids LOVE treasure hunts – Valentine’s Day is a great excuse to do one! Thanks Blue Eyed Blessings for the idea!
Tutorial found at mmmcrafts.
Purple Trail party ideas has some good ideas to throw a great party!
Some great ideas on what to cook found at Let’s Entertain.
Printables4kids has 25 free (or almost free) valentine printables – You’ll have to sort a little but there are some great ones!
the super simple learning blog has some fun valentine worksheets
Stickers you can download and print on labels from parents.com
And my favorite idea I found and now I can’t remember where I read it, was to
I think this would be such a great gift to give your kids highlighting their year, their talents, and the many reasons why you love them year after year!