Every February my kids look forward to the 14 days of love notes that I post on their doors. It’s a super simple way I let them know just a few of the reasons I love them.
It’s something I’ve done every year since they were little.
This year I plan to take it a step further.
Join me and count down to Valentine’s Day with these 14 days of love ideas for kids.
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Valentine’s Day Activities are always popular for kids in February.
But your child will remember these 14 days of Valentines for kids, and how much you love them, their whole life.
14 Days of Love Ideas
Decorate Their Room — Sneak into your child’s room at night and cover the room with streamers and paper hearts. Afraid you’ll wake them up? Try cutting long strips of crepe paper streamers and taping them to the top of the door frame so they hang down. It takes less than 5 minutes.
Holiday Popcorn Treat — Surprise your child with this special treat after school. Or, better yet, gather the ingredients and mix up this sweet and salty concoction together.
Valentine’s Day Game — Play a Valentine themed game with the kids. Make your own heart-shaped spinning Nerf targets and take turns with your child testing out your target skills. Or, try out this fun Heart Relay Race.
Lunch Box Note — Does your child pack lunch? Make them smile by tucking a few of these Valentine’s lunch box jokes in their lunch box.
Valentine’s Day Slime— Does your child like slime? This sparkly slime is super easy to make and can be made in red, pink, or lavendar –perfect for February.
Heart Shaped Cookies — Pick a day to bake cookies together. Use a heart shaped cookie cutter to cut out sugar cookies. Then let your child decorate them with sprinkles.
Homemade Valentine — Remember making Valentines as a child? Make a special one for your child. Get out some colored paper, scissors, and markers. Add Valentine stickers. Try using paper doilies to make it extra fancy.
Valentine Scavenger Hunt — Send your child on one of these 14 fun scavenger hunt ideas.
STEM Activities — Young kids will have a blast with this melt the frozen heart activity. Older kids will enjoy these STEM Activities for Valentines.
Dance Party — Turn up the jams and have a silly dance party. It just takes a couple songs to get everyone giggling and smiling.
Do Their Chores — Does your child have a chore they really hate doing? Let them know you are doing that chore for them for one day.
Heart Crafts — Nothing lets a child know how much you love them like when you spend time with them having fun. Pick a craft to do together.
Cook Their Favorite Meal — Show them how much you love them by cooking their favorite meal. Want to really hit it home? Ask them to help plan the menu. Then they’ll know the meal was really planned with them in mind.
Candy Bouquet — Surprise them with a bouquet of all their favorite candies! Check out this simple tutorial and see how a trip to the dollar store can help you create a gift that even a teenager will love.
This year show your child just how much you love them with 14 days of love in February.
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