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7 Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids

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Make your child’s heart happy with these Valentine’s Day ideas for kids! Simple enough for kids to make on their own, or fun to make with a parent, these crafts use basic supplies likely found at home. In a hurry? For an extra time saver, check out these easy—and adorable!—Valentine’s Day cards.


1. Secret-Message Valentines - White construction paper and a white crayon are all you need to send a secret message to someone on Valentine’s Day.


2. Cupid’s-Arrow Valentines - Talk about flying into someone’s heart!


3.  Bake Valentine’s Day Cookies – Baking and sharing cookies with your child is a fun way to spend time together—and bring joy to others. Make it easy with our Kindness Baking Kit, which we created with our friends at Baketivity.


4. Mustache Lollipops -  Bring on the smiles with this sweet and silly craft!


5. Heart Spinner - Watch these colorful hearts twist and spin.


6. Mail a Hug Card – Spread kindness and warm someone’s heart with these slot cards that can be customized with a personal message.


7. Valentine’s Day Puzzle –  Seek, find, solve, and color your way through this holiday-themed Hidden Pictures puzzle. A great Valentine’s Day game for kids that stimulates the mind!