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Valentine’s Day Goodies for the Kiddos

It is February and that means love is in the air. Valentine’s Day means candy and flowers for adults, but you don’t want to forget the kids! For children going through and caught in the middle of their parents’ divorce, it is an extra important to remind them they are loved and cherished. Try sending a sweet note in their lunch box, use a heart shaped cookie cutter to cut their sandwich, make a special dinner for you and the kids, or stay in and have a carpet picnic or movie night. You can even take them out on a one-on-one date. It doesn’t have to be a five-star restaurant; just being together will make it more special. You could potentially help them create cards for their siblings. Think about being crafty with their valentine cards, decorative cute little card boxes and fun treats for school!

Valentine’s Day is filled with so much excitement and celebration for the kids at school. It is excitement for them and perhaps a little pressure for the parent to try to come up with cute ideas. Be creative! If you search the internet, you can find printable valentines and tons more. If you want to go the extra mile, spend time with your child creating homemade treats for their classmates. This bonding can be fun, and it doesn’t have to be expensive or even intimidating. Kids still get excited at elementary school parties dumping out their Valentine’s Day box to see their cards and enjoying all the treats. It is certainly an excuse to let your kids eat as much candy and junk food as they want – just make sure they brush their teeth extra well that night! Below are some great ideas to make with your children. You not only get to spend quality time by creating something together, you also get to help ensure their class party is a little extra special this year. The only thing that truly matters is that they know they are loved this Valentine’s Day and every day.

  1. Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts
  2. Valentine’s Marshmallow Pops
  3. Strawberry Roses
  4. Apple Sandwich hearts
  5. Heart rice krispie pops
  6. Fruit kabobs
  7. Red velvet sandwich cookies
  8. Dipped and decorated pretzels
  9. Pink Fuzzy Monster Cupcakes
  10. Chocolate Sprinkle Donuts
  11. Valentine’s Brownies
  12. Home made Pop Tarts
  13. Chocolate Chip Cookie Heats
  14. Marbled Valentine Sugar Cookies
  15. Valentine’s Day Ladybug Oreo Treats
  16. Valentine’s Day Chocolate Teddy Bear Bites
  17. Valentine’s Candy Dog
  18. Valentine’s Day Popcorn

These are not only adorable but also look delicious and something your kids class with certainly love to eat on to help celebrate the day! I can promise you that they will certainly remember the time spent together to make their Valentine’s Day all the more special for a while to come.