My friend Wendy had this fabulous idea for Valentine’s Day. She cuts hearts of all different shapes and sizes and writes nice comments about each of her children on the hearts. She then covers each of their doors with the Valentine hearts. We just finished this for one of our children -two more to go before morning!
To make it easier by giving you more time and to spread out the fun for the kids, beginning February 1st stick a heart each day on you child’s door with a reason you love them. At the end of 14 days you have a heartfelt heart attack. Don’t worry if you start late, your child will appreciate these words of affirmation any day!
Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the page for some more fun Valentine’s Day Ideas.
Valentine Heart Attack
Printable Heart Template
I have made it super easy to cut out the hearts with a printable heart template. Print the heart template out on cardstock, cut out hearts and trace around them on colored construction paper. Make it even easier by downloading the template and print on colored cardstock and cut.
Hearts can be tricky to cut. I hope these heart templates make this Valentine idea super easy! Your kids will love seeing all these nice things on their door. What a great way to boost your child’s confidence and build self-esteem.
I love Valentine’s Day! There are so many ways to let your friends and family know how special they are. I have rounded up over 100 of the most clever printable Valentines found on the web all in one place.
Making classroom valentines just got easier with my 50 classroom Valentine gift tags.