Every season has it's celebration, and winter is no different. Valentine's Day is a fun annual event that preteens still enjoy. If your tween is looking forward to Valentine's Day, consider these Valentine's day activities for kids.
The best way to enjoy any holiday or event is to throw a party. A Valentine's day party will get everyone in the mood, and there are so many ways you can decorate and have fun, without spending much at all. Offer a few Valentine's day activities, crafts or games, and plenty of festive food, of course.
Are you in charge of this year's classroom party? Have fun organizing and enjoying your child's classroom Valentine party.
If you want to enjoy the Valentine's Day event with your child, take the day off from chores and have a little fun. Spending the day baking, or watching movies together is a wonderful way to let your preteen know you love him.
No list of Valentine's day activities would be complete without a fun movie suggestion or two. There are a number of sweet movies that are romantic and appealing to the preteen crowd. And remember, not every movie has to be about romantic love. Sometimes the love between a parent and child, or between friends is just as compelling to watch.
You make cookies at Christmas, die eggs at Easter, but what do you do for Valentine's Day? Why, you make a batch of Valentine's Day Snack Mix, of course. Proof that Valentine's day activities can be fun to make, and to eat!
Need a few ideas for a Valentine's day gift for your preteen daughter or niece? These ideas are sweet, inexpensive and as much fun to give as they are to receive.
What are your tween's favorite Valentine's day activities? Does she love making Valentine cards, baking a heart-shaped cake, or is there something else your child enjoys about the annual tradition? What makes Valentine's day special for your tween?