Valentines Crafts on Tuesday Tots – Hearts Crafts
Welcome back to this week Tuesday Tots on Rainy Day Mum. I loved looking through all of last week’s crafts, and I’m always inspired by the creativity and playfulness that is linked up each week. This week, I’m sharing 19 Hearts crafts for tots to your get your little ones crafting for Valentines Day this year.
To start off how about 7 Valentine’s Day Crafts for Toddlers from Toddler Approved (I know a little cheeky saying I was sharing 19 when 7 of them are in one post). Toddler Approved is jam-pPacked full of ideas for toddlers, and these crafts are wonderful for little ones to do with you this Valentines Day.
A perfect for a Valentines Day card for a class to do for a teacher: a Heart Printed Tree from Putti’s World.
Over on Mama OT there are some great fine-motor skill hearts crafts to make with your tots.
I love resist art, and Putti’s world used some stickers to create some heart art work.
Playdough is one of our go-to activities, and I love this variation creating magnets with it play dough from Teaching Mama.
There are lots of printing and painting/gluing hearts ideas out there, but this Hearts Craft from Inspiration Laboratories is a little different.
Even then youngest ones can get involved in making heart crafts for Valentines Day, and The Educator’s Spin On It has some great ideas including the Heart winged footprint butterfly.
Mama Miss shared a gorgeous Heart Bracelet craft with us this week which would be great as a favour for Valentines Day Party with kids.
We love Glitter, and these Glitter hearts craft from Buggy and Buddy look a lot of fun to make, plus they are glittery.
An Idea on Tuesday shared a fun way to create a heart with weaving and garden trellis.
How about creating some faux stained glass effect hearts like the ones on Kara’s Classroom.
We love window decorations, and this one from The Fairy and The Frog is perfect for little hands to do.
Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, teacher, mum, and home educator from the UK. She loves getting creative, whether it is with simple and easy crafts and ideas, activities to make learning fun, or delicious recipes that you and your kids can cook together you'll find them all shared here on Rainy Day Mum.