Yesterday we talked about a super simple way to share Valentine’s Day with your sweetie, even in a time crunch. And in the next three weeks we’ll be sharing lots more V-Day inspiration.
But why wait? With me still away at Alt, I thought now would be a good time to remind you of some of our ideas from years past.
Last year it was all about these little guys. Do you remember what we used them for? Click through for that idea plus a few more of our favorites.
Plastic animal projects were so ubiquitous back then I couldn’t resist using them for some Valentines for C’s preschool class. C’s classmates went crazy for both the animals and the accompanying card teaching them interesting names for various groups of animals. Check out the original post for the full DIY and free printables.
Last year we also tried out a salt painting activity. You can find the link in this post on what to make, do, and eat on February 14th.
Here’s MPMK’s most popular Valentine to date – the multi-sensory (yet not messy) DIY Shaving Cream Valentine.
Still want more? Check out our roundup of a dozen sweet things to make for (or with the kids).
See you back here on Monday for something fresh!
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