5 Kid-Friendly Valentine’s Day Activities
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and BHW is here to help you and your family celebrate the day of love. Here are 5 Valentine’s Day themed activities that will help make this romantic day a special one between you and your little one.
- Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt: Create a Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt for your little one on this holiday of love. You can write out ‘clues’ on paper hearts and hide them throughout the house. Feel free to create your own special clues and have your child search for a Valentine’s Day surprise. For some inspiration on clues Click Here.
- Match the Heart Sensory Bin: Here’s how to make a Valentine sensory tub, using things you have around the house. In four simple steps you can give your child loads of opportunities for sensory and imaginary play. Click Here to start creating your own Valentine’s Day sensory bin.
- Valentine’s Day Science Experiments: Teach your little one the science of love this Valentine’s Day! From observing our pulse with a marshmallow to building a 4-chambered working heart model, your child will enjoy these science activities. Click Here to start showing your little one how much fun Valentine’s Day science experiments can be.
- Valentine Themes Toddler Fine Motor Activity: Not only will your little one have a blast playing with this activity but you it will also help them with their sensory skills. Just a few items are needed and you are ready to start having some sensory fun! Click Here to start this activity.
- Chocolate Play Dough: Nothing says Valentine’s Day more than flowers and chocolates. Now your little one can enjoy chocolate as much more than just a sweet treat. This chocolate play dough recipe is a really fun Valentine’s Day kids activity. It is easy to make and smells delicious! To learn how you can create your own batch Click Here.
BHW would like to wish your and your family a lovely Valentine’s Day. May your day be filled with love, happiness and bliss. #WillyoubeourValentine #BHWCares #BHWOneVoice