You can easily find so many ideas for Valentine crafts. But, so often, those ideas are more suited for preschoolers and older kids (and let’s face it, adults).
That doesn’t help when you’re looking for Valentine crafts for toddlers. They need simple and doable projects, ones that they can have fun and do themselves.
So, before you get sucked into the black hole of Pinterest, I’ve rounded up some fun Valentine’s day activities you can do with your toddlers.
These ideas are all simple enough that your toddler can do themselves. They’ll get messy, get creative, and have a whole lot of fun!
Plus, you’ll have tons of fun creating with them!
The Best Valentine Crafts for Toddlers
Shape cardboard tubes into a heart shape for a printmaking Heart-Stamped Valentine Card project that’s fun for all ages.
Silly Heart Puppets are easy to make and even more fun to play with.
Little hands will love gluing strips of paper to create these adorable Paper Strip Hearts from Housing a Forest.
Paint with balls to make these super-fun Toddler Painted Heart Doilies from Hands On As We Grow.
The end of a piece of celery makes a perfect heart shape. So, let your little one use celery stamps to make pretty valentines like these from How Wee Learn.
Practice simple beading on pipe cleaners with this simple Beaded Valentine Heart Craft from Inspiration Laboratories.
Paint with cotton swabs to make a pretty Q-Tip Painted Heart like this from Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails.
Use some glue and tissue paper to make these awesome Tissue Paper Heart Cards from Rainy Day Mum.
Use a heart-shaped sponge to make some pretty printed Valentine’s Day Sponge Art like this great idea from Emma Owl.
Paint with yarn to make these pretty Heart Suncatchers from Minne Mama.
Sticking things on with glue is always a fun idea! Use this simple concept to make pretty cardboard hearts like these from Teaching 2’s and 3’s.
It’s fun and pretty to paint on foil. So your little one will love to create these Painted Foil Hearts from Read Science.
Make fun pipe cleaner heart stamps so your toddler can make a pretty Valentine’s Day Printmaking project like this from Where Imagination Grows.
Use frozen hearts to paint a pretty picture with this fun sensory painting idea from Teaching 2’s and 3’s.
Paint with balls of foil to create these unique Foil Textured Hearts from Crafts on Sea.
Put out some supplies and let your toddlers decorate hearts that you can put together to form a pretty Valentine Hearts Bunting like this from Rainy Day Mum.
Which of these Valentine crafts for toddlers do you want to try with your little one?
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