Valentine’s Day fun with Princess (Preschool)

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For the week of Valentine’s Day, I decided to take it easy with Princess and just have fun doing a few preschool Valentine’s Day activities. We read lots of books and did some fun crafts and learning activities. She really enjoyed all the things that we did and it was a lot of fun for me also. A few times, the older kids even joined in!



We played with some foam hearts I had gotten last year. She had fun sticking the different sizes together.





We read some awesome books!




This one she actually did at our homeschool coop, but it was so cute I wanted to share it. We took Fruit Loops and put them onto a pipe cleaner that we shaped like a heart. Then we hung it on the tree for a Valentine for the birds! She loved that!



I found some free Valentine’s Day printables for using the Do-A-Dot Markers with. You can find the free printables HERE at The Resourceful Mama.



One day I got out red, pink and purple play-doh and some heart shaped cookie cutters and let her play. She loves play-doh, so that kept her happy for a long time!



I found this cute and easy Valentine’s Day necklace idea through Pinterest on make and takes. It turned out really cute!



I found this (free!) Valentine’s Day Alphabet Book printable at 123homeschool4me. She had so much fun doing this one, but we didn’t make it all the way through the book so I saved it for another day!



One day we made Valentine’s Day cookies. I had a packet of sugar cookie mix, so we just used that and I let her put Valentine’s Day sprinkles on them. She said her Barbie had to help her, it was sweet and the cookies were a big hit!



So that was about it for our fun Valentine’s Day week. What are your favorite Preschool Valentine’s Day activities? I’d love to hear from you, please feel free to comment!




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