Love is in the air here at Birdie Bean. ♥️ We’ve launched two adorable Valentine’s Day collections this year that are sweeter than apple pie. And we’d love to know what prints are your favorite! Join the conversation over on Instagram to pick your favorites (@birdiebeanbaby) From our dinos for Valentine’s Day to love letters from Liam, we are so excited to share another beautiful holiday with you.
And to help you celebrate Valentine’s Day in a memorable way with your kids, we’re sharing fun treats and activities that you can do and make with your Birdies. We’ll start with some fun (and easy) Valentine’s Day activities, followed by treats that your Birdies will love! Most of these only take 5 minutes to make!
Easy Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids
Print Coloring Pages from Crayola
Did you know that Crayola has free printable coloring pages, bingo sheets, and cards that you can print?! They have themed pages for Valentine’s Day that are too cute! Download a couple of coloring pages as an easy Valentine’s Day activity for kids of all ages. You can also download the bingo sheets, have the kids color them, and host a game of Bingo as a little family game night!
Coffee Filter Painted Hearts from The Artful Parent
The Artful Parent is always sharing fun and easy activities to keep your Birdie entertained, on theme with the season! We absolutely loved their coffee filter hearts that you can hang in your window to help decorate for Valentine’s Day. Make them with your kids with easy-to-follow instructions, found here.
Valentine’s Day Handprint Art from Kids Activities Blog
OK, this is too cute not to share! Make Valentine’s Day handprint art with your kids as a sweet keepsake and Valentine’s Day decoration that involves the whole family! You can add to this or recreate it when new members join the family too. Follow the easy steps to create your own Valentine’s Day keepsake here.
Valentine’s Day Slime with the Nerd’s Wife
We’d like to give an award to Arena, from the Nerd’s Wife for making the simplest and cutest slime ever! This Valentine’s Day slime that she’s created couldn’t be any easier to make and for once, won’t make a huge mess in your home! You only need four simple ingredients, follow her guide here.
She batched these up to give out as Valentines, but you can also just use this as a fun activity at home for your kids.
Make a Valentine’s Day Lava Lamp with STEAMsational
Incorporate some science this Valentine’s Day with a homemade lava lamp experiment from STEAMsational. Kids love things that fizz and bubble, and that’s what makes this activity such a hit! You need 6 items to make this lava lamp and trust us, it’s easier than you think! Follow along with STEAMsational’s guide here.
All of these Valentine’s day activities are sure to work up an appetite! Let’s make some fun and easy Valentine’s day treats to celebrate the holiday as well.
Easy Valentine’s Day Treats for Kids
Easy Puff Pastry Strawberry Hearts from Fun Loving Families
You can actually prepare some of this the night before making this a fun and tasty Valentine’s day breakfast for your kids. And with only 6 ingredients & tools needed, it’s pretty simple to put together. Make sure to thaw your puff pastry to assemble the hearts the night before, then all you have to do is bake them in the morning. What a fun way to start Valentine’s day! Grab the recipe here.
Teddy Bear’s Holding Conversation Hearts
This is so simple to make – and they turn out so cute! Simply pick up some graham crackers, candy hearts, and a bit of frosting and you can make these teddy bears holding conversation hearts. Conversation hearts are something that only comes around once a year and this way you can turn a typical Valentine’s day candy into a sweet new treat to throw into a lunchbox or hand out as favors.
Chocolate Strawberry Hearts from One Little Project
These chocolate-covered strawberry hearts are such a cute Valentine’s day treat! They take a little bit more effort to make, but you can always get your Birdies involved with the decorating, once you’ve cut out the shapes for the strawberry hearts. They’re just too cute not to share. Debbie has made easy-to-follow instructions, so make sure you follow her advice.
Heart Rice Krispie Pops
Cindy from Skip to my Lou has brought back a childhood favorite from our past! Keep in mind, while she used a heart-shaped pan, you really only need a heart-shaped cookie cutter for this. Your kids will have a lot more fun helping with the cookie cutters and decorating as well. We bet this treat is going to become a family favorite in your house! Get the full instructions for this treat here.
Lastly, you can easily make Cupid’s Arrows from Leanne at Organize and Decorate Everything. These are so easy and fun for the kids to make that you can even hand them out as Valentine’s day favors. You seriously only need 2 ingredients, jelly hearts, and straight pretzel sticks. Easy peasy!
What’s your favorite Valentine’s Day craft or treat to share with your kids? We love hearing about the traditions you share, so be sure to join the conversation with us over on Instagram (@birdiebeanbaby), and don’t forget to shop our Valentine’s day collections before they sell out!
Happy Valentine’s Day Birdies 🥰