5 Little to No-Prep Educational Valentine's Activities for Families
Margie Figueroa | Feb 6, 2023
Here are 5 little to no-prep Valentine's activities that everyone in your family will love!
Valentine’s Candy Hearts Science Activity
This hands-on science experiment will have your child learning about density and acidity. They will have the opportunity to test out which liquid affects how and when the candy hearts float and dissolve. You can download the FREE lesson plan and worksheets HERE.
Puffy Hearts Art Activity
This arts and crafts activity will have you and your family repurposing drawings and/or art pieces. They can “stuff” their puffy hearts with candy to give to a friend or with recycled paper to use as decoration. You can find detailed instructions HERE.
Candy Hearts Math Activities
These math activities will have both your little and big kids putting their critical thinking and problem-solving skills to practice. You can find the math activities for your littles HERE. You can find the math activities for your bigger kids HERE.
Valentine’s Day Party Games
These party games will have your active child engaged and having fun! It includes a Valentine-themed relay races, beanbag toss, hopscotch, and others. HERE is where you can find the instructions for the party games.
Valentine’s Day Bingo
Valentine’s Bingo is a useful tool to practice vocabulary, numbers, letters, and following directions. You can find FREE Valentine-themed Bingo cards HERE.
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