Valentine's Day Traditions With Kids: This Fun Activity Will Make Lasting Family Memories by Annie Dillon

Holidays Activities
2 years ago

Here's a kind and easy Valentine's Day tradition you can start with your family this year. You can customize this activity to fit other holidays, too! 

You'll need:

Here's how to do it: 

  1. Cut hearts out of the construction paper. 
  2. Ask each person to write a personal message on the cutout heart for each person in your family.
  3. The night before Valentine’s Day, decorate each person’s room with the hearts from the family.
  4. When the day of love is over, you may be tempted to toss those hearts, but instead, place them in a book or family journal for each person and add to them year after year. 

What a wonderful way for them to look back over the years and know they are truly loved by their family. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Ann Marie Patitucci
What a sweet idea! Thank you for sharing, Annie Dillon !
Kim Kusiciel
Annie Dillon I love that your tips are here. I miss you and seeing this tip made me smile!! XOXO

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