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10 Easy Valentine’s Day Recipes to Make with Your Kids

Valentine’s day will be a treat with these ten easy recipes to make with your child this February.

Easy Valentine's Day recipes to make with kids.

10 Simple Valentine’s Day Treats to make with your Kids!

1 Your kiddos will love this Valentine’s Day Snack Mix recipe from Passion for Savings.

2 Feel fancy with this Fast Chocolate Fondue from Fox and Briar. A great last-minute recipe for Valentine’s Day.

3 These Teddy Bear Graham Cookies are almost too cute to eat! Find the simple recipe on Hello, Wonderful.

4 Wrap those candy hearts up with a chocolate kiss! Find the Candy Heart Pretzel Bites recipe on Two Sisters Crafting.

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5 The whole family will love your Homemade Heart Marshmallows, and Belly Full’s recipe is easier than you think!

6 This Emoji Chocolate Bark is so simple and so much fun! Living Locurto makes it easy with her recipe and video instructions!

7 Yum! Cupid and your cuties will love your Very Valentine Pudding Cookies from Crazy for Crust.

8 Two Sisters Crafting are back with another delicious Valentine’s Day recipe: a fun and festive Popcorn!

9 Easier to make than cake pops but just as good, Glorious Treats’ Valentines’s Marshmallow Pops are a great treat to share.

10 Who doesn’t love Rice Krispies treats? Make those sticky squares in to Valentine’s Day hearts with Skip to My Lou’s Heart Rice Krispie Pops recipe.

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Valentine's Day Invitation to Play activities. Add these fun ideas to enrich your Valentine's Day lesson plans. Great fine motor practice and an engaging way to encourage independent play.Valentine's Day books for kids - appropriate for preschool through lower elementary aged children. Add these charming and humorous books to your lesson plans or snuggle up and enjoy reading on the couch!
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