Welcome back to Day 2 of the ABC's of Valentine's Day. Once again, I'll be highlighting different kid-friendly crafts, recipes and activities for toddlers, preschool and elementary school age kids. Let's get started with letter K!
K is for Krispie - As if Rice Krispie treats weren't good enough... when you put them on a stick, cover them in chocolate and add Valentine sprinkles they get even better! Continue here for Valentine Rice Krispie Pops
L is for Love - Show your love to someone special buy making a mobile of Translucent Hanging Hearts by MarthaStewart.com (Image Credit: MarthaStewart.com)
M is for Memories - Footprint and Handprint crafts always seem to be treasured by Moms. Make new memories by turning your child's thumb print into a 'Thumb body loves you' Valentine by Brown Paper Packages
N is for Nature - Upcycle toilet paper rolls into adorable Valentine Butterflies - via Kaboose
O is for Oh so fun! - Valentine's Day wouldn't be complete without some chocolate. Heidi's Recipes shares a Chocolate Play Dough Recipe that looks good enough to eat. Continue here for Heidi's recipe.
P is for Printables - My friend Meredith from That's My Kind of Party has gathered 18 ideas for FREE Valentine's Cards that you can print at home. With 18 ideas, how could you not find something for your child's class? Continue here for Valentine Printables.
Q is for Questions - Turn a simple 'Twenty Questions' game into Valentine fun via Baby Center
R is for Recyle - Turn your old crayons into new heart shaped Valentine Crayon Hearts - via Disney Family Fun
S is for Sculpt - Mold Sculpey Clay to make Fingerprint Heart Pendants - via A Girl and a Glue Gun
Stop by tomorrow when I highlight T for Treats. It will be a collection of Valentine treats and heart healthy recipes that you won't want to miss!