Valentines Day ideas for kids of all ages

Just a week until Valentine’s Day!  I debated whether to make this Busy Moms on Monday post about Valentine’s Day, because it is only a week.  But I can’t be the only one who gets things done at the almost last moment!  Besides I found some great Valentine printables to share with you — and they shouldn’t have to wait until next year!

 

Not 1, not 2, not 3 but 4 sets of Valentines Printables available for you to print, absolutely free, at Iced Jems.com!   They include:  cupcake wrappers and toppers, candy wrappers, Food Tents, Invitations, Drinks Flags & Tags.  Plus  Valentines Banner, Food Tents, Cupcake Wrappers, Favour Box, Cupcake Stands & Tags.   AND more!  In four different designs.

 

 

Carla, at Preschool Powol Packets, designed this game thinking it would be great for Valentine’s Day, but that heart cookies are good anytime of year. Directions are simple and the game gives your child practice counting, sorting, reviewing colors, taking turns, and more!

This pre-kindergarten printable pack found at Over the Big Moon includes

Prewriting Practice Sheets – Cutting Practice – Which one is different?

Finish the Pattern Sheet – Size Sequencing Sheet -Valentine Strip Puzzle

4-piece Puzzles – Sorting Practice – Counting Practice Cards

Color the Heart -  Letter and Sound Finding Cards

2-Part Vocabulary Cards – Shadow Matching

Letter Vv Identification – Valentine Matching

 Valentine Magnet Sheet – Letter Vv Sorting Pages

Celebrating Ground Hog’s Day

Groundhog’s Day is always on February 2nd. The official groundhog is called Punxsutawney Phil because he lives in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania in a burrow on Gobblers Knob.     According to legend, carried from Germany by early settlers, if the day is bright and sunny and Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow there will be six more weeks of wintery weather. If the day is overcast and he does not see his shadow, the weather will begin to warm for an early spring.   The customs and stories make it a fun day to celebrate with kids.

Kidzone.com has a little Itsy Bitsy Book about Groundhog’s Day for younger kids to color and for adults to help assemble.  You can find the link to print it here.    Easy to follow directions are found here.

 

 

Make this sandwich with dark  wheat bread, peanut butter and jelly, a banana, a dark grape , and edible grass, such as shredded lettuce or tinted coconut.  Kitchen Fun With My Sons has  complete directions for this clever    Ground Hog lunch.

First little groundhog digs a home in the fall,
And curls up all winter rolled up like a ball.
Second little groundhog comes out of his lair,
On February second to get some fresh air.. .
To see the rest of this song and find  templates and suggestions to make groundhog figures to go along with it, go to DLTK kids.

A cute ground hog made from a fun sized candy bar perched atop a chocolate cupcake surrounded by  frosting.  Sweetology has how to directions and links to the inspiration along with cute photos of her adaptations.

Happy Ground Hog Day — sunny or cloudy!

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Valentines Day printables

Valentine’s Day is only a month away!  Forever in Mom time almost–but coming soon.  Moms on Monday has rounded up  some ideas early so they are ready when you are!

 

Catch My Party has tons of free Valentine printables.  There is everything from invitations, to party printables, valentine cards and a valentine banner!    Good for classroom or any Valentine party.

 

 

 

  My Computer is My Canvas includes a free printable tag.   She filled snack-sized zip baggies with Valentine Bark (recipe link included), then  stapled the printable tag to the top!  Perfect treat to give to BFF’s, teachers or as favors at a party!

 

 

From Martha Stewart comes this simple idea.  Cut a fat heart from paper that is patterned on one side and white on the other.  Write a message on the white side.  With patterned side of the paper facing down, fold as shown and seal with a sticker. Easy peasy!

 

 

 

Add an adorable touch to your Valentine’s Day with cards featuring Mickey & Minnie. Disney Family has a set of eight different valentines on one sheet.  Free printables using regular paper or cardstock.  Follow the links to find other Disney character Valentine cards.

 

 

 

Pumpkins and Posies has a set of four contemporary printable valentine cards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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