Whether you are celebrating Valentine’s Day or just want to share some love around, these Valentine’s activities for kids are fun and easy to do any time.
Celebrating Valentine’s Day with your kids doesn’t have to mean lots of elaborate and time consuming crafts and activities. There are lots of easy and fun ways to celebrate, that won’t make lots of mess, or cost lots of time or money.
These easy Valentines day activities include lots of printables, easy activities to keep the kids happily engaged, and some easy cards to make or print. There is also some simple treat recipes to make with your kids, and a list of fabulous Valentine’s picture books.
Of course all of these ideas are perfect for celebrating Valentines Day, but there is no reason to restrict them to just one date. Lots of these activities would be great as thank you gifts or for random acts of kindness activities, or perfect for a theme on feelings and emotions. And any day is a great day to share some love!
Valentines Activities for Kids
These Valentines Day activities for kids are fun and easy to do with multiple age groups.
Valentines Gifts and Cards to Make with Kids
Make these easy Valentines Day cards and gifts with your kids, or as special surprise for your kids!
Valentines Treats to Cook with Kids
These special treats are super simple to make and would be a lovely homemade treat to give as a Valentines gift.
Valentines Books to read with Kids
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to share books about love, friendship, and giving, as well as Valentine’s traditions. These are some of our favourite picture books about love and Valentine’s Day.
This book list uses Amazon affiliate links, but I’m sure you can find most of these books at your local library too!
The Day it Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond.
Love by Stacy McAnulty.
The Biggest Valentine Ever by Steven Kroll.
Catching Kisses by Amy Gibson
I Carry Your Heart With Me by E.E Cummunings, illustrated by Matt McDonough.
Delivery by Aaron Meshon
This is Not a Valentine by Carter Higgins, illustrated by Lucy Ruth Cummins.
Love Makes a Family by Sophie Beer.
If You’ll Be My Valentine by Cynthia Rylant, illustrated by Fumi Kosaka.
Counting Kisses by Karen Katz.
Love is You and Me by Monica Sheehan.
Have fun reading, crafting and creating with these easy Valentine’s Activities for kids.