It’s only January, we know, but February is just around the corner! If you’re looking for a few educational Valentine’s Day projects for the kids, look no further. With these Valentine’s Day activities, learning can be enjoyable!
These activities are great at any level and provide a hands-on experience with everything from electricity to slime. So set up your stations, gather your little scientists, and get ready for some Valentine’s Day STEM fun!
|Light-Up Circuit Valentines
||These light-up circuit Valentines are so fun. They are sure to electrify any Valentine!Visit the Left Brain Craft Brain website for the full project details. There, you can also download a free print-out for the hearts. You’ll need a few supplies, which they have listed on the website, and you’ll be making connections in no time!|
|Valentine’s Day Slime
||Looking for something for some sensory play? Have some slime! This 5-ingredient “recipe” is easy to make and fun to play with. Visit the Best Toys 4 Toddlers website for more details.|
|Valentine Math Activity
||For younger kids just learning math and fine motor skills, try out this Valentine Math Activity. For older kids, try a few more complicated math problems. All you’ll need is some sprinkles (or other small candy for markers) and some cut-out hearts! Visit the Sugar Aunts website for more details.|
|Fizzy Heart Valentines
||You’re never too old (or young) for science! Using baking soda and vinegar, this Valentine’s Day science project is a great introduction to chemical reactions. Get ready to fizz! Visit the Frogs, Snails, and Puppy Dog Tails website for more information.|
At Delphi Boston, we believe that learning should be challenging and hands-on. With activities like these, children can observe and learn from their environment. Learn more about our curriculum here.