This Valentine’s Scavenger Hunt for families can get them thinking outside the box after tearing into the chocolates and treats.
So, first of all Happy Valentine’s Day! I am always a little excited about this day because it brings out the child in me. That’s why, in that spirit, I thought I’d share my Valentine’s Scavenger Hunt!
Celebrate Love and Friendship
I can easily recall making those adorable little Valentine’s crafts at school. For instance, every year at my elementary school in Guelph we brought in old tissue boxes and made cute little boxes for our Valentine’s cards.
Here’s a post you might enjoy about Valentine’s Day crafts for kids.
Fun Valentine’s Scavenger Hunt
Doesn’t everyone enjoy a good scavenger hunt? I know when my kids were small we used to do them often as a means of getting outside into the neighbourhood and keeping them busy on a walk.
Valentine’s Day is just a fun day to show people you love them or to show friends that you care. These days, those little reminders of love are more than welcome and necessary. The world at large benefits when we share joy and love and messages of hope.
FYI, I have some adorable Star Wars Valentine’s cards you might want to share this year.
How to Download the Valentine’s Scavenger Hunt Free Activity:
Don’t forget to visit my Pinterest Free Printables board. It is stacked with fun colouring pages and activities that are also free for you to enjoy. Oh and don’t miss the Spring Colouring Page Printable for kids. It has a ton of content there that is free. Just remember these are meant for your personal use and not for republication.
Here are a few tools that I recommend for making the crafts above and doing scavenger hunts:
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