I Spy Valentine’s Day Printable for Kids
Do your tweens still celebrate Valentine’s Day? Mine will be exchanging Valentines in class and we have some fun traditions here at home too. I love to set up a Valentine’s table with heart themed paper plates, cups, and napkins, along with a few treats. My tweens and their younger siblings love the heart shaped donuts I buy and I love how easy it is to stack a few donuts I bought the day before. In other words, there’s a whole lot of love around here on Valentine’s Day.
I know as kids get older they don’t have as many Valentine’s Day activities at school, but they’re not necessarily at the age that they’re too cool for Valentine’s Day. They don’t call them the in-between years for nothing! But I kind of feel bad that these kids may be skipped over for heart projects and card exchanges so I’ve created a cute Valentine’s Day worksheet just for tweens!
Printable Activities for Tweens
I have our first printable ready! If you read my January Updates post you know I’m planning an I spy series here on Tween Parenting. I have a series going on my website, The Moments at Home, for younger kids. This month we’re celebrating with a Valentine’s Day themed I spy printable worksheet. It’s free to download by clicking the printable button below.
I plan to create a new printable for tweens every month. Some will be easier than others so keep checking back! Did I mention that these printable activities are absolutely free for the month of their theme? I use Gumroad to host my printable worksheets so if you’re looking for a full I spy set you’ll find one there this spring. Enjoy!
I’ve also rounded up a couple fun Valentine’s Day crafts and science activities tweens will love! Check them out below.
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