I’m joining in with the 20 Days of a kid-Made Christmas fiesta today and sharing an idea for some DIY clay heart decorations, which are so pretty for hanging on the Christmas tree or as some festive bunting. Here’s the DIY clay recipe and how to make the heart decorations.
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I’m so glad you enjoyed the coloring pages I made last month – thanks for all the lovely feedback! I thought you might like some this month with a Valentine’s theme. I’ve got some coloring pages, a printable multi-lingual poster and a journal page for you to print and try.
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We took our favourite play dough recipe and transformed it into some fun messy play, making jam tarts for the Queen of Hearts in our Valentine bakery.
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Symmetry art is a classic childhood painting activity and it works so well as a Valentine craft. Here’s one of our favourite Valentine ideas, mixing maths and art.
Symmetry art: love hearts
To start you’ll need lots and lots of love hearts. We used white card to make ours. Folding the card in half makes it easier to cut out your shapes, as you’ll want both halves of the heart to be the same size so the symmetry magic works. The children can of course have a go – the hearts can be any size they like. Read more »
If lollipops make your heart go giddy-up this Valentine crispy cake recipe is for you! Just three ingredients (with a few added decorations) and about 20 minutes to make, it’s a recipe the kids can do by themselves with a little supervision.
Here’s how we made them and at the end you’ll find a printable recipe card you can download.
Valentine crispy cake recipe
To make around 20 small heart shaped lollipops you will need: Read more »