Fun Things To Do With Your Kids For Valentines Day

With Valentines Day approaching, many are wondering what fun thingsthey can do with the kids. shares some great Valentines Day ideas for crafts, games, and recipes.



What you need:
An old pair of jeans
Fillables - candy, fake flowers, etc.
Writables - permanent marker, fabric paint, or other
Take an old pair of jeans and cut the back pockets out (keeping both
sides of the pockets in tact). Fill the pockets with candy, fake flowers or anything else you imaginations thinks of.
Decorate the outside of the pockets -
Make a heart and write the words "Pocket Full Of Love" inside the
heart with either markers, fabric paint or anything else. Decorate the rest as you like. Makes a Great Valentines gift!
What you need:
Plastic spoon
Two Hersheys Kisses
Cardstock or construction paper
(You may precut everything for the little kids)
Trace a heart on the construction paper (fold construction paper in
half first) or cardstock. Punch a whole for the ribbon to tie on the spoon when it's done. On your card, write "Here's a Spoonful of Love & Kisses" on it. On the spoon put a couple of kisses in the bowl of the spoon and wrap ribbon or tulle around it and tie in a bow, to secure it. Tie it to the card in the whole you punched out.


This game is similar to musical chairs.
You must make a big red heart that a person can hold in both hands,
first. Everyone muct stand in a circle. Someone then plays music (a popular
friendship song, etc.) When the music starts - you pass the paper heart clock wise. When the music stops - the person standing on the left of the person
holding the heart is "out" and must exit the game. The game continues - until the last person remains holding the heart. Give the winner a handful or box of candy!


What you need:
Strawberry icecream
Whipped cream
1 teaspoon Strawberry preserves (optional)
Fill a tall glass with strawberry icecream, about 3/4 full. Pour
ginger-ale over the icecream.
Top with whipped cream and strawberry preserves. Serve with a spoon.
Yum, yum! Kids love it!
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CJ Krebs © 2001
About the Author:
CJ Krebs, mother of four, writes short Parenting stories for Sheeze
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