Fill your child’s Valentine’s Day with love, fun and a little bit of secretly educational play!
With the Valentine Box, your child will have fun leaving little notes for their loved-ones to find, decorating with paper hearts, playing Cupid Says (like Simon Says), and playing tic-tac-toe with candy. And, to encourage your child’s caring heart, you will also find a few simple, random acts of kindness included.
These love-filled activities are not just for the day of love, but can be done in the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day, which will make for some pretty sweet days!
Activities and ideas in the Valentine Box are simple, require little to no prep-work, and use items that are found around the house. When you make the activities in your Idea Box as child-directed as possible, your child is learning to listen, ask questions, and follow directions. In addition, when your child takes the lead, you are providing an opportunity to help build their self-esteem, promote independent thinking and grow their decision making skills.
Here are just a few of the Valentine activities you will find in the box:
•Make a paper chain out of Valentine’s Day colors
•Can you unwrap a piece of candy while wearing gloves?
•Guess how many candies are in a jar
•Make a Valentine’s Day time-capsule w/ a list of things you love
•Decorate mirrors/windows/glass doors w/washable markers
The best part is that the ideas and activities never get old...kids can do them over and over again.
Ages | 3-10
Activities | 60 Simple Activities
Coins | 30 natural, wood coins
NOT for children under 3 years of age.