Paper heart necklaces.
Perfect for today or tomorrow because you probably have all the supplies that you need already. Excellent way to work on fine motor skills and sorting/patterns. Find the directions HERE.
((Refer to THIS post to find a quick list of other Valentine's crafts))
Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. 1 John 4:11If you go to my church (First Baptist of Elkhart), your kid is either learning or has learned this verse. Set the verse to the tune of Row Row Row Your Boat and he/she will have it down in no time! Make sure to spend some time talking to your babies about how much you love them, and how God loves them even more!
Just today I found these two pins on Pinterest...
Of course I immediately printed out a handful of must-do activities and put the kids to work. I saved some for tomorrow.
Most of this stuff was a little easy for Marie but she still enjoyed the review. It was perfect for Jack. I'm so proud of these babies!!
This is Derek and my all-time favorite book. The first time we read it, we were just dating and we were in a library in New York City. We sat down against some book shelves and read it aloud.
One of those memories I hope never fades.
We've been reading this to our babies since Marie was still in the womb.
Does puppy chow count as baking? I don't care. This picture has been taunting me for days. Unfortunately (read: fortunately), I don't have all I need to make this so we won't be making this. But I had to share so someone out there can enjoy this whilst I only dream.
Source: lifeloveandsugar.com via Derek Lindsay on Pinterest
There, I just planned your Valentine's Day with your kids. You're welcome.
Happy Valentine's Day!
Love your ideas! Thanks for sharing! We are going to do the necklace this week!ReplyDelete