With Valentine’s Day next week, let’s share some fun family Valentines Day ideas you can use in your own family. Your kids will love all the fun ideas.
To start, check out our video with lots of Valentines Ideas for Kids and Families… Valentines Crafts and fun with your kids.
On February 1, my daughter started putting hearts on her girls’ doors. She told me she cut out and wrote all 14 hearts at one time. They’re done! All she needs to do is put a heart on the door before she goes to bed. When her daughter wakes up, she will see the new heart on her door.
True Love & Valentine’s Day
Last week, I was visiting with our teachers in El Salvador. They started having a word of the month. February’s word is friendship and they will celebrate Valentine’s Day as part of friendship.
I’d like to take friendship a step further and talk about love. On our recent Mom’s Monday Lunch Bunch, I shared ways to use God’s love and I Corinthians 13:4-8 during February.
Our Christian Parenting members receive the four memory verse printables in the video. In case you haven’t heard, each month our members receive verse card printables so their family could memorize a single passage, usually one verse for each week.
In February, we are memorizing I Corinthians 13:4-8, so it’s an easy one verse a week. If you are not a member, but you’d like our monthly verse cards, you can grab them by clicking here.
What else could you do as a family to celebrate Valentine’s Day?
I’ve compiled 83 Family Valentines Day Ideas (value $10) into a printable…just for you … and they’re free through February 17. You’ll receive:
- Top 10 Ways to Celebrate Valentines Day as a Family
- History of Valentine’s Day
- Fun Valentine’s Ideas
- Long Distance Valentine Ideas
- Valentine’s Day Cards
- Valentine’s Day Games & Crafts
- Valentine’s Day Around the World
All you have to do is enter your name and email below. We will send all 83 Valentine’s Day ideas to your inbox.
Question: What family Valentines Day ideas do you have to share? You can leave a comment by clicking here.