Wherever you stand on public displays of love and romantic gestures, I know Ashley and I can agree, that it’s always a good idea to shower your kids with love especially on Valentine’s Day.
Even for us party planners, it seems like the holidays always sneak up and leave us in a mad dash to figure out all the fun details and how to make it feel extra special for our little ones. If you’re are still looking for some CUTE and more importantly EASY ways to celebrate we can help you share the love this week.
Add Some Valentine’s Day Touches Your Kids Room or Playroom
Sneak some fun pink and red decor into your kids bedroom, playroom or in the kitchen for breakfast on Valentine’s morning.
We love how Lindsay from The Babbling Blondes styled our party fans and pink letter banner in her Valentine's Home Tour. She used the wire hook where she normally displays her kids' artwork to put this all together in no time. It's such a fun surprise for kids when you add a little holiday cheer to their playroom or bedroom.
Easy Valentine’s Day Printable Tic Tac Toe Game or Treat for Classmates
Party Hop to the rescue! If you still need to figure out Valentines for your kids or an activity for the classroom party we have an easy and affordable idea for you! We had Red Lettered Goods design this adorable Sweetheart Bingo Card.
To use the bingo card with your kids or in the classroom for a fun Valentines activity all you need to do is print off the Sweetheart Bingo Card and get some conversation hearts. To play have one person call out the color of the heart, example Pink heart, and play until someone has BINGO.
To make a super easy Valentine for your kids to bring to school here's what you'll need:
Click Here To Download Sweetheart Bingo Valentine Tic Tac Toe Card
Valentine’s Heart Attack DIY and Printable
We found the cutest DIY from Homegrown Traditions Blog to show your kids the love on Valentine's morning. Print off this Valentine's Heart Attack printable, which you can find on their Instagram @homegrowntraditions and cut out the hearts. Then you just fill in the blanks. I love how Brittney printed off these statements to get you started. Then once they are complete just hang them on your kids door after they go to sleep and we promise they will feel EXTRA special when they wake up!