School Party Valentine Crafts

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School Party Valentine Crafts
(Valentine Box Ideas are here.) val11.jpg

I’ve been perusing the web for the ultimate Valentine Day Craft and Party activities for my son’s Valentine’s Party. We won’t be able to do them all, so we’re making the final cut today. Here are some of our favorites:

Tissue paper hearts: Cut heart shapes from recycled cardboard, cover with glue, and using the eraser of a pencil, wrap tissue paper squares around the eraser and glue onto the heart.

I-Pod Valentine

This Family Fun Craft will be a hit with the boys, when we use red paper instead of red.

Dum Dum Doll

This doll is in, with its simple materials and charm. Learn how here.

Woven hearts.

Maya Made says these woven hearts are do-able. They certainly are adorable.

You can make a valentine heart necklace by wrapping candy in plastic wrap to form a chain.

Activities:

We’ll be playing Valentine Stomp. A variation of musical chairs, using Big Hearts taped to the floor, one less number than the players, while the kids run around with love songs playing. When the music stops, you must stomp on a heart.

Valentine Basketball: The boys insisted on this game. They will need it.

Relay Race:Using a spoon, and a plastic red heart, two teams will race back with the spoon and heart without dropping.

Guess the candy jar game.

A Stacking Game — using Necco Hearts, a race to see who can build the tallest tower… without falling!

Food: Chocolate fondue with fruit.

Cheese and crackers, with the cheese cut in heart-shapes.

Happy Planning!

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One comment on “School Party Valentine Crafts
  1. I was totally inspired by your valentines boxes and decided to make it into a family activity this year – they not only turned out great but we shared a lovely afternoon together, thanks!

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