15 Fun Valentine’s Day Ideas And Activities For Families To Do

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If you have kids of your own, then you would know best that celebrating Valentine’s Day is not limited to candlelit dinners with only your partner. You now have your kids to celebrate this lovely day with you! Sure, when you think of Valentine’s Day, you will think of gifts, chocolates, and roses. But if you want to celebrate this day with your whole family, then coming up with activities to do together and allowing time to bond with each other is more special than any brand of chocolates. 

With that in mind, here are 15 fun Valentine’s Day ideas and activities for the whole family to enjoy! 

15. Free Printable Valentine’s Day Mailbox 

Just when the holiday cookies are starting to disappear, the temptation of Valentine’s Day chocolate starts appearing on store shelves. With Valentine’s Day approaching, we’re offering a FREE printable Valentine’s Day mailbox to hold all those adorable Valentine cards.

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14. Valentine Bird Feeder Hearts DIY Craft

Valentine’s Day falls in the cold snowy winter, so share some of  that holiday love with the feathered friends in your yard by making this Valentine Bird Feeder Hearts DIY Craft. They are fun to make and use only a few simple supplies. They make a fun and unique Valentine’s Day gift for a bird lover or anyone who appreciates a homemade, useful gift.

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13. Make This Pretty DIY Clay Jewelry Dish 

Make this pretty heart shaped DIY Clay Jewelry Dish just in time for Valentine’s Day!

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12. Valentines Day Conversation Heart Cookies

These adorable little Valentine’s day cookies are made to look like conversation hearts! After all, the idea of the iconic valentine’s day candy is lovely. But the candy hearts themselves, not so much! But these sugar cookies are delicious, and a fantastic way to get the perfect message across to your Valentines.

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11. Lego Valentines | How To Build A Lego Heart With Free Printables

If your kids are anything like mine, they love Legos! I’ve seen several Lego Valentines on the internet, but all of them just included random Legos. Random Legos are cool, but I thought it would be really neat if they could included a Valentine-centered Lego design with the Lego Valentines as well!

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10. Valentine Cupcakes for Kids | Free Printable Cupcake Toppers

Making super cute treats for school functions, or functions where you have to bring a store-bought treat, can be frustrating! I always want to make something custom or adorable, and I’m stuck buying the same things from Walmart that everyone else is bringing

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9. Valentine Craft: Faux Stained Glass Candle Holder 

Tissue paper “stained glass” candle holders are so super easy to make you’ll want a batch for every holiday! 

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8. Valentine’s Day Fruit Kabobs for Kids

Fruit kabobs for kids with strawberry dip are the perfect healthy Valentine’s Day snack for kids. Make sure to check out our full list of cooking recipes for kids, too.

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7. Toddler-Friendly (and Mess-Free!) DIY Painted Valentine’s Day Cards 

Guess what? A little project of ours (because, yes, Scarlett got to help out on this one!) was featured on Style Me Pretty Living over the weekend and I am SO excited to share a peek here as well.

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6. Easy Strawberry Cake Perfect For Kids 

This simple homemade strawberry cake was an instant hit in our house. Easy enough to make with your kids, and bursting with fresh strawberries and topped with a decadent strawberry frosting, you’ll be amazed at how moist and delicious this cake is.

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5. Meringue Hearts With Whipped Cream And Raspberries

These Meringue Hearts with Whipped Cream and Raspberries, are perfect for your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day. Light, airy and crisp, filled with lightly sweetened whipped cream and some fresh raspberries, they are an extra special dessert.

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4. Rose Scented Shortbread

It’s not the first marriage for either the bride or groom. In fact, both of them are in their 80s. At 82, my mom is getting re-married after being widowed for over 3 years. She’s marrying an “older” gentleman of 85. But you’d never guess by looking at either of them. Mom is planning on retiring from her full-time job as a psychologist, and will finally “settle down”. But, I suspect neither one will sitting back and knitting or whittling though.

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3. The Best Sugar Cookies For Decorating

With Valentine’s Day just a few weeks away, I knew I wanted to make an adorable sugar cookie that could stand up to a bit of decorating. Because here’s the thing: there are truly delicious chewy and soft sugar cookies, and then there are equally delicious sugar cookies that are meant to be rolled out, cut with cookie cutters of all shapes and sizes, retain their shape in the oven (rather than melting into a big puddle of cooked dough), and frost to perfection.

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2. I Chews You – Valentine Cookie Tutorial

This I Chews You Valentine Cookie Tutorial is courtesy of our contributor Amy of BZ Bees Sweet Treats…I recently saw this ADORABLE Gumball Valentine project shared on the Moms & Munchkins FB page and immediately wanted to make a cookie version for my next tutorial.

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1. Valentine Penguin Cake Pops

This Valentine Penguin Cake Pops tutorial is courtesy of our contributor Deanna of Dee’s-licious Desserts…

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