Is it COLD where you are? According to The Farmer’s Almanac, we are having “colder-than-normal conditions” and “above-normal snowfall” … and it’s going to last all the way through March!
If your kids are like my kids, they might be getting a little stir-crazy. We love playing in the snow, but these “polar vortex” temperatures are keeping us cooped up inside.
Maybe your children are great at independent play, but every once in a while, they need a little bit of direction? Wouldn’t it be nice to have to have a list of Valentine’s Day activities to choose from all month long?
As a former classroom teacher and homeschooling mom, I understand! I cut through the overwhelm (so many ideas on Pinterest!) and help you target your child’s next skills with a variety of simple and fun, hands-on learning activities.
Our Valentine’s Day Activity Guide is for families with children ages 2-6 and includes 40 crafts, fine motor, STEM, and sensory experiences. You also get a list of recommended books and suggested materials.
Whether your child does homeschool preschool or attends preschool out of the home, this must-have guide will equip you to be intentional and fully present (and make learning fun!) in the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day.
Choose from one of these three options:
- Join The Play School Club for instant, lifetime access to all 24 of our themed, seasonal family activity guides! (One-time payment of $60)
- Purchase the Winter Learning Bundle for 6 of our activity guides, plus three months of our private FB group. (One-time payment of $18.75)
- Buy the Valentine’s Day activity guide a la carte. (One-time payment of $2.99)
Young children learn best through play, and our activity guides have the BEST learning through play activities available! You’ll love our Valentine’s Day activities and all our other guides, too.