15 Valentine’s Day Toddler Activities

Are you looking for some fun Valentine’s Day Toddler Activities? This list is going to have your child spending hours upon hours of learning fun! 

The Valentine’s day toddler activities are a great way to make some unforgettable memories with your little one. I love all of the Valentine’s day colors because it’s so girly, my boys don’t care for the pinks so they stick to the reds in their projects. My daughter loves playing with her sensory bin full of rice but my son, who’s in the first grade, still loves it as well.

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Make certain that you take the time to do these activities on the list! These are great for learning activities and creative play, too. 

Valentine's Day Toddler Activities

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Fun Valentine’s Day Toddler Activities

Here is a great list of toddler activities that they’re certain to love. So many different crafts and fun activities to fill their day full of creative fun! 

Simple Heart Craft – a super simple craft with construction paper and cut out hearts, challenge them to stay on the line.

Valentine’s day discover box – This creative discovery box from No Time for Flashcards is so precious and make my heart melt.

Valentine’s day soup is a great sensory play idea using colored water, my daughter would love this messy play from Fun at Home with Kids.

Valentine’s day Slime Sensory play is another great idea for a slimy sensory play and looks pretty cool too from Momma, Papa, Bubba.

Sensory Play and Toddler Art – I love super simple sensory play ideas, try out this bin full of beans and then check out the bean art idea.

A great Sensory box filled with rice and heart pasta, I didn’t know they made those, from Buggy and Buddy.

Easy Valentine’s day Art uses contact paper, tissue paper and glitter, you can’t go wrong.

Simple Heart Resist Art – I love how these turned out, I’m going to have to try it with my kids, they’d love using the sponges.

Don’t want to put your own Valentine’s day kit together yourself? Grab one of these ready to go Valentine’s sensory kit that will delight your kids.

More Valentine’s Day Fun!

 Q-tip Painted Hearts are a great way to decorate your hearts for Valentine’s day from Learn~Play~Imagine.

Get some tissue paper, eye droppers and food coloring together to create these awesome Heart Suncatchers.

If you have those conversation heart candies then this is a great ABC printable to go along with them from Totschooling – Conversation Heart Valentine’s day Printable

Cookie Cutter Heart Painting is great way to painting, instead of brushes, use heart shaped cookie cutters, from Hands on as We Grow.

Have your kids get mess with this Fingerpaint Art and then cut out a heart to make a beautiful gift from Creative Connections for Kids.

Create a Tissue Paper Mobile by staining your paper with wet tissue paper to produce an awesome mobile from Mess for Less.

Decorate your Contact Paper Heart with hearts, a super simple toddler activity from Umbrella Tree Cafe.

Valentine’s Day Books

This list of books is a great way to incorporate some reading fun as well. Pair these up with your Valentine’s Day toddler activities and it’s the perfect way to have a ton of learning fun! 

 The Biggest Valentine Ever Little Critter: Happy Valentine’s Day, Little Critter! Day It Rained Hearts The Berenstain Bears’ Valentine Party

More Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids 

Don’t forget to try these Valentine’s day Lacing Cards to keep them going on and practice their fine motor skills too.

These are great for hand-eye coordination as well as working on fine motor skills, too. They’re created for younger learners but the older kids might want to try it as well. 

Valentine’s Treasure Dig Sensory Bin

Valentine’s Day Tracing Worksheets

Valentine’s Day Counting Mats

Valentines Learning Pack by 3 Dinosaurs

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  1. Thanks for including my post! So many great ideas here..

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