Valentine's Day Crafts For Preschool & Kindergarten Age Kids

Looking for Valentine's Day Craft Ideas for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners? You've come to the right place! Here are 26 fun and easy Valentine crafts for kids from some of my favorite bloggers.  There is one activity for each letter of the alphabet, so hopefully you'll find something you like.

A is for Art - This Valentine Heart Chandelier decoration looks easy to make and it's very pretty too.

B is for Bag - You've probably heard about 'Sensory Bins' before, but you have to check out this  Valentine Sensory bag craft

C is for Chocolate - This home-made Chocolate Slime looks so much fun to play with!

D is for Doily - Learn how to use a pre-washed t-shirt, a doily, and some fabric paint to make an adorable t-shirt for your little girl with this DIY Valentine's shirt tutorial.

E is for Eyes - Recycle those old toilet paper rolls and make these adorable Heart Shaped Binoculars.

F is for Filter - If you want a completely unique Valentine for your kids to hand out at school, take a look at these Heart Coffee Filter Zipper Pulls. They are fun, fashionable and functional!

G is for Glitter - Grab your glitter, contact paper and construction paper to make this Glitter Window Heart Craft with your Preschooler!

H is for Holder - This Valentine Holder Craft is really easy to make, and it helps to keep all of those little cards organized.

I is for I Love You - Beth from Living Life Intentionally shares a simple idea so that everyone in the house feels loved. Read more about her 'Why I love you doors' here

J is for Mind Jar - You can make your own mind jar and then shake it up and  sit and watch the glitter swirl around!  Follow this Mind Jar Tutorial by Juggling with Kids.

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 - Help your child write Kindness Love Notes and turn them into Puzzles. 

M is for Memories - 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 Pastel -  Buggy and Buddy created a gorgeous Chalk Stencil Heart Collage.  This is a great craft for preschoolers.

Q is for Questions - Turn a simple 'Twenty Questions' game into Valentine fun via Baby Center

R is for Recyle - Take some fabric scraps and create a Rag Heart Wreath.

S is for Sculpt - Use clay to make Fingerprint Heart Pendants.

U is for Unconditional Love - In the spirit of the holiday, KC Adventures shows us 6 Easy Ways to Love Your Child on Valentine's Day.  These ideas are simple, full of love and fun!

V is for Vintage - Have you ever seen the Graphics Fairy Website? I've been a fan of this site for years and it has a fantastic collection of vintage Valentine illustrations and clip art.

W for Wall -  Learn how create an entire Valentine Wall from Balancing Home. It's complete with Valentine balloon topiaries, a wreath, framed art and a pennant.

X is XOXOXO {Hugs and Kisses} - Here is a cute Hugs and Kisses Tic-Tac-Toe Game by Teach Preschool. 

Y is for Yummy - Get your kids in the kitchen and make these delicious heart shaped pastries for someone special. 

Z is for Zebra - These I'm Wild for You Valentine's by Design Mom are a nice sweet-free alternative for Valentine's treats.

Did you find what you were looking for? If you want more Valentine Crafts for Preschool and Kindergarten age children, be sure to visit my Valentine Pinterest board.

Are you doing anything special to celebrate Valentine's Day this year?