5 Fun, Educational Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids

 

Valentines’s Day doesn’t have to be just about the candy for kids. Here are some fun activities to do with the kids that don’t involve eating lots of candy. They might eat some cookies that they make themselves, though!

 

5 Fun and Educational Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids

 

5 Fun Educational Valentine's Day Activities for Kids

 

Conversation Heart Science Experiments – some fun experiments using those little candy hearts

 

Heart Attack – write nice comments about your kids on hearts and put them on their doors. Have the kids write comments on hearts for their siblings, too.

 

Set up a Valentine Station – put all the crafting supplies needed to make Valentine’s in one place so the kids can easily make their own. You can put everything on one desk, or put all the supplies in a bin that can be carried a table or desk when the kids want to create some fun Valentine’s Day art

 

Valentines Day math with free printable candy heart sorting chart.

 

Practice using fractions while baking cookies – Get the kids in the kitchen and make heart shaped cookies with them. Let them do as much of the measuring and mixing as they are able to. Measuring involves fractions, so it’s the perfect time to discuss them. Let the kids get creative decorating them.

Sharing the cookies they made with others is fun, too!

 

 

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  1. Great ideas! I’ve just pinned them :)
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  2. My son just started doing fractions in school, great idea to make cookies to help him practice! Thanks for linking up to #HomeMattersParty