Simple Valentine Heart Toddler Activity

I put this super simple Valentine heart toddler activity together because my daughter loves gluing things together. So I went all crazy and cut out tons of hearts for this activity. I cut the construction paper into strips and then folded them in a zig-zag pattern and flattened them. I then cut out the hearts so it made like 6 at a time, super quick.

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As you can see, this is a very simple toddler activity but it’s supposed to be that way. I love to do crafts that not only are fun but build up the confidence in the kids as well. This way, they’ll be more focused on their creativity and critical thinking and be less worried about mistakes or other things that might be happening during the activity.

This is a fun way to let the kids use their own hands and minds to create a simple Valentine’s Day craft.

Simple Valentine Heart Toddler Activity

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Simple Valentine Heart Toddler Activity

Since this doesn’t take long to do, it’s one that you might find yourself making over and over again. All you need are basically four simple supplies and a few moments of time to make this craft.

We’ve made this daily up to Valentine’s Day before and the kids never thought that it got old. I think that they just like the independence and being able to make a craft easily, and who am I to argue with that?!

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Grab this Valentine’s day play dough kit for your little one’s sensory activity. This kit includes flowers, hearts, and other toys.

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

Recommended Valentine’s Day Books For Kids

Don’t forget to combine reading and learning together for the kids! You can easily read these books to them while they’re crafting or have them read them on their own.

I love being able to have so many books in our house so that when we need a bit of downtime for the kids, they can easily pick up a book and start reading. It’s really as simple as that.

Day It Rained HeartsDay It Rained HeartsThe Biggest Valentine EverThe Biggest Valentine EverTurkey's Valentine Surprise (Turkey Trouble Book 6)Turkey’s Valentine Surprise (Turkey Trouble Book 6)There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose!There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose!A Crankenstein ValentineA Crankenstein ValentineLove, EscargotLove, Escargot


Some Valentine’s day books that we are reading:

Clifford’s First Valentine’s Day

The Biggest Valentine Ever

Happy Valentine’s Day, Curious George

Snowy Valentine

Valentine Heart Toddler Activity Supplies

Just gather up the simple list of supplies needed below!

See I told you it was super simple. I traced a heart onto the construction paper in marker. My daughter at first glued each individual heart on the paper but then decided to place the glue on the paper first and then I told her to trace around the heart with the glue stick. She then proceeded to plop on the hearts like there was no tomorrow.

She didn’t really care to follow my heart pattern. My son, however, was very precise in his placement of the hearts and made them go upside down as they followed the outline.

You can easily let the kids take charge of this craft as long as you’re close by for supervision. But once they get the hang of it, I have a feeling that they’re going to be loving it and making so many fun hearts!

Simple Valentine Heart Toddler Activity

You can also use whatever colors of paper for this activity, too. Pink and red are a popular choice for Valentine’s Day but you can easily use whatever color you want.

We’re not big on Valentine’s day here but I do enjoy a good heart craft. I don’t love the commercialism of this day but I love all the pink, red, hearts, and chocolate. Great time of the year for chocolate pick me up.

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Heart Lacing Cards

Your little one will love these cute heart-shaped lacing cards that will enhance your child’s fine motor skills!

Popsicle Stick Heart Craft

You will definitely love to try this colorful popsicle stick heart craft with your little one who is just learning how to count! It allows kids to have a number sequencing practice in a fun way!

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  1. This is a lovely little idea for those little hands. Thanks so much for sharing as part of the Valentine Blog Hop linky.

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