Inside: Looking for toddler Valentine crafts? This collection is perfect for the younger crowd, with simple activities that are fun!
Have you tried to find toddler valentine crafts only to see they are way too complicated?
So, when I put this toddler valentines craft collection together, I paid close attention to the details.
Here are 15 valentine crafts that teachers, caregivers, parents, grandparents…anyone with toddlers…can try with their little ones.
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15 of the Best Toddler Valentine Crafts
Use a salad spinner to create beautiful doily hearts.
Cut a heart from plastic to make a fun Valentine’s suncatchter.
Scrunch tissue paper to make a Valentine’s wreath. (Happy Hooligans)
Glue yarn to make a textured heart. (Toddler Approved)
Use an embroidery hoop to make handprint sun catchers. (Two-Daloo for Crafty Texas Girls)
Cut a sponge into a heart shape for fun valentine stamping. (Learn-Create-Love)
Shape a paper tube to make painted hearts on paper. (Housing a Forest)
Make a super sweet hearts using handprints. (Roots and Wings)
Create a Valentines card using both feet. (Mikilani for Toddler Approved)
Trace your child’s arm and use cookie cutters to make a tree of love. (The Preschool Toolbox)
Cut hearts from bubble wrap for fun Valentine printing. (Mess for Less)
Glue torn pieces of tissue paper into a heart shape. (Love, Play and Learn)
Add some sensory by making some sticky Valentines sun catchers. (Simple Fun for Kids)
Cut coffee filters into heart shapes and make them colorful. (No Time for Flash Cards)
Strengthen fine motor skills while using q-tips to paint hearts. (Learn, Play, Imagine)
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