This free printable Valentine’s Day Fun Planner is a wonderful way to organize your holiday celebration.
Make sure you’re ready for awesome holiday fun with kids using this simple planning page.
Plus, use this curated list of ideas and activities to make your Valentine’s Day fun planning even easier!
Why This Planner Will Help You Enjoy Holiday Fun with Kids
Life with kids can be busy. And it’s easy to forget about planning for holiday fun.
You might have the best of intentions to plan a fun day. Then before you know it, time seems to go in warp drive and you’re standing there, wondering how another holiday is here with nothing ready.
Or maybe you have tons of ideas and activities that you know will be a hit with your kids. You have a Pinterest board (like my Valentine’s Day one) filled with so much awesome.
But, all those ideas and activities stay right there because when you go to that board, overwhelm hits and you don’t know where to begin.
I’ve done all of the above, especially with our current erratic homeschool schedule.
I’m tired of missing out on making special memories with my boys. And I’m going to do something about it!
I invite you to join me in planning and preparing for fun holidays with kids.
Because you deserve to enjoy fun celebrations, even if life is crammed with activities.
List of Ideas & Activities for Your Valentine’s Day Fun
You can use this Valentine’s Day Fun Planner in two ways. One version contains these categories for holiday fun:
- Other (like art or music)
The other printable is blank, in case you want to switch up the categories or add your own 🙂
The Valentine’s Day Fun Planner includes gentle reminders to help you enjoy your holiday celebration.
My #1 tip is K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Sweetie!). We tend to overcomplicate fun with kids, only to add stress and misery. The simpler, the better!
For some categories, you may have multiple selections.
Other categories, like snack or craft, would be better to have only one option (unless you’re spreading the fun over several days-see below). Narrow down your choices as much as possible to avoid decision fatigue!
Also, you can spread your Valentine’s Day Fun over multiple days.
For example, we’re planning to get started with our celebration about three days prior to February 14. We’ll do a printable activity or two and read a book each day. It builds anticipation and decreases stress.
If you find that you don’t get to all the activities you wrote down on your Valentine’s Day Fun Planner, don’t panic! You can extend the fun a day or two or jot down the ideas for the next year’s festivities. It’s better to enjoy your time together than to try to cram it all in 😉
My boys range from preschool to high school so I have a variety of ages to consider. If you have all younger or older kids, your Valentine’s Day Fun Planner may look a lot different than mine. And that’s totally cool!
Books for Your Valentine’s Day Celebration
If you have time, head to your library and search for Valentine’s Day books to add to your planner. Go through your home library, too! Here are a few of our favorites:
Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day Is CoolHappy Valentine’s Day, Curious GeorgeDay It Rained HeartsLittle Critter: Happy Valentine’s Day, Little Critter!Love MonsterThere Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose!Franklin’s ValentinesPeppa’s Valentine’s Day (Peppa Pig)Ollie’s Valentine (Gossie & Friends)The Berenstain Bears’ Valentine Party
Activities for Your Valentine’s Day Fun Planner
Add some hands-on activities to your Valentine’s Day Fun Planner! These types of activities can help you transition between fun and be used as part of your learning adventures 🙂
Color Me Valentine: Valentine’s Day Activity Book for KidsValentine’s Day Activity Book: Fun & Brain-Boosting: Mazes, Dot-to-Dot, Color, Cut, Glue, MoreValentine’s Day Coloring Book for Kids: A Super Cute Valentines Day Activity Book for Kids and Adults with Hearts, Unicorns, Puppies, Cute Animals and … for Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten and MoreValentine’s Day Large Print Word Search: 30 Valentine’s Day Themed Word Search Puzzles – Valentine’s Day Activity Book for Kids, Adults with Valentine … or Wife (Valentines Gifts for Her)Dear Valentine Letters Mad LibsFind Cupid! Valentine’s Day Hidden Picture Activity Book
Easy Poetry Activity for Valentine’s Day Fun (Rock Your Homeschool): My boys and I will be having a festive poetry teatime! We’re using this free printable pack to learn about and create rhyming poems to make DIY Valentine’s Day cards and decor.
Free Valentine’s Lessons: A Lovely Afternoon of Art and Music (HodgePodge): Enjoy a chalk pastels art lesson and free SQUILT music lesson!
Hands-On Valentine’s Day Math with Conversation Hearts (Schooling A Monkey): “Sweet” ideas for using candy conversation heart for hands-on math fun.
Dancing Conversation Hearts (Playdough to Plato): Add a bit of STEM to your Valentine’s Day with this fun activity.
Candy Heart Playdough Sight Word Play (Fantastic Fun and Learning): My boys and I will be doing a variation of this activity by simply using playdough to make different shapes, sizes, and colors of hearts.
Valentine’s Day Fun Planner: Videos & Movies
Do you have a streaming service like Amazon Prime Video or Netflix? Do a search there and see what Valentine’s Day themed-movies are available 🙂
Games for Your Valentine’s Day Celebration
Free Valentine’s Day Bingo Game (Rock Your Homeschool): Super cute way to enjoy an interactive game with your kids as you celebrate.
Free Printable Valentine’s Game (Kids Love Board Games): Simple yet fun Valentine’s Day-themed game to play with your kids.
Valentine’s Puppies Roll and Cover Game (Simple Fun for Kids): Adorable game using candy hearts to cover numbers.
Printable Tic Tac Toe Valentine (Hashtag Blessed): Easy and interactive fun for Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day Board Game (Education.com): Free printable game featuring hearts and cute love bugs.
Free Valentine Bingo (Homegrown Learners): Oh! This adorable game is definitely going on our Valentine’s Day Fun Planner!
Valentine’s Day Cootie Catcher (Rock Your Homeschool): Enjoy this interactive fun with your kids! Part of a pack of Seasonal & Holiday Fun Cootie Catchers.
Snacks for Yummy Valentine’s Day Fun
Simple & Delicious Valentine’s Day Treats for Your Family (The Kennedy Adventures): Adding this sweet treat to our Valentine’s Day Poetry Teatime planner.
Applesauce Cup Valentine’s Day Free Printable (Savoring the Good): Make a healthy snack fun with this free printable, “I Think You’re Awesomesauce!” topper.
Valentine’s Day: Super Simple Snack Mix (The Chirping Moms): Your kids can help you make this yummy treat for your Valentine’s Day celebration.
21 Tasty Valentines Day Snack Ideas for Kids (Homeschool Preschool): I’m adding the Sweet Potato Sweetheart Biscuits and Strawberry Lovebugs to our Valentine’s Day Fun Planner! So many yummy treats in this list!
Sweetheart Cinnamon Rolls (Lady Behind the Curtain): These yummy treats are going to be such a hit for our Valentine’s Day breakfast.
Crafts for Your Valentine’s Day Fun
How to Make Easy Paper Flowers with Kids (Includes Free Paper Rose Template (Real Life At Home): Get step-by-step instructions for making this amazing craft. Perfect for creating a Valentine’s Day centerpiece for your celebration!
Crafting: Make a Decoupage Lantern for Valentine’s Day (Hodgepodge Days): Awesome craft to make with your kids and enjoy on this special day and all year.
Hanging Heart Suncatcher Prism Crafts (Rhythms of Play): Gorgeous craft to make and enjoy with your kids. Includes step-by-step instructions plus helpful suggestions.
Spinning Heart Valentines Day Card (Easy Peasy and Fun): Super fun Valentine’s Day card that your kids will love!
Crafts: Easy Valentine’s Paper Heart Wreath (Hodgepodge Days): Cute wreath your kids can make using paper. We’ve made one using staples instead of glue dots 🙂
Ridiculously Cute & Simple DIY Mug for Valentine’s Day (Nerdy Mamma): You only need a few materials to make extra-special mugs to show the love.
Printables for Your Valentine’s Day Fun
Free Printable Mandalorian Valentine’s Day Cards (Rock Your Homeschool): Grab these 8 adorable cards featuring characters from the popular Disney+ series.
Valentine’s Day Printable Pack (Fun with Mama): Free printable pack with puzzles, bingo, dominoes, I Spy, and much more!
Valentine’s day preschool worksheets (Planes and Balloons): Fun printables to add learning fun to Valentine’s Day.
Free Valentine’s Day Word Search (Rock Your Homeschool): Super fun activity for your older kids to enjoy during your celebration.
Valentine’s Day Word Search Printable Worksheet (Crayons & Cravings): Enjoy a holiday-themed activity with this free printable.
Printable Valentine’s Day Cards to Color (The Kitchen Classroom): Print out these adorable cards for easy coloring fun.
Free Valentine’s Day Word Scramble (Rock Your Homeschool): Another fun activity for kids to enjoy as part of your holiday celebration.
300 Free Valentine Math Worksheets for Kids (iGame Mom): Curated list of math printables for kids of all ages.
Free Valentine’s Day Code Breaking Printable (Family Style Schooling): Awesome activity to get kids thinking & having fun!
Free Valentine’s Day Crack the Code Activity (Rock Your Homeschool): Give your kids an awesome holiday-themed challenge 🙂
Free Valentine’s Day Copywork (Jen Merckling): Printable copywork for multiple ages with Valentine’s Day themes.
Free Star Wars Valentines, Lunch Box Notes, and Coloring Page Printables (Real Life at Home): Oh my stars! All of my boys are going to LOVE these printables!!
Free Valentine’s Day Coloring Bookmarks for Reading Fun (Rock Your Homeschool): Super cute bookmarks that your kids can color and customize.
Get Your Free Valentine’s Day Fun Planner
You can print out as many copies as you need. If you have a friend or co-worker who you think would enjoy this free printable Valentine’s Day Fun Planner, please share the link to this post with them 🙂
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