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Happy Valentine's Day!


A family making Valentine's Day cards.

While many adults spend Valentine's Day expressing their affection, many children are focused on enjoying delicious confections! But candy needn't be the center of your child's day. Encourage her to do something creative: express feelings through poetry, choose a special recipe to make with you or create fun e-cards for friends and family. Get a glimpse of some heartfelt tips and ideas to help your child make the most of Valentine's Day.

Valentine's Day Vases

Tissue Paper Flowers and Yogurt Cup Vases

Get kids into the Valentine's Day spirit with these colorful and creative tissue-paper flowers in yogurt cup vases. Best of all, most of the materials are probably in your home already! See how to get a garden started.

Edible Expressions of Love

Chocolate Waffles

It's the perfect time of year to express love through food. And this awesome array of Valentine's Day desserts will surely inspire you and your child to start creating some edible expressions of love.

Figuring Out Feelings

Girls whispering to each other.

A child's ability to process her feelings and manage relationships will have a large impact on her success in school - and in life. Find out how your child's social and emotional skills may develop in a given year.

More Ideas

Cooking with Professor Fizzy

Professor Fizzy

How about whipping up a wonderful treat with your little sweetie? Fizzy's Lunch Lab has lots of healthy and delicious recipes that will add a sweet touch to your child's Valentine's Day.

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