Best Valentines Day cards for Kids

Valentine’s day is one of the best times to be creative. The best valentine’s cards are ones that are interactive and are least likely to end up in the trash. Compared to normal cards, each of these cards are creative, engaging and quick to put together and hand out! Rounding up some of the best valentine’s day cards available, these cards are adorable and fun to give.

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Valentine’s Cootie Catcher Cards

A great alternative to candy or chocolate, these are fun to fold and play with friends. How do you use a cootie catcher? One child holds the cootie catcher using the thumb and index fingers and another child would pick an animal, colour or number from the outside and count or spell that. Then the child that picked would pick another word or image and they would read the message underneath it. Super fun and interactive and perfect for preschool kids!

Dino Puppet Valentines

How fun would it be to receive a dino puppet with your valentine’s card? This dinosaur finger puppet kit has five different designs and a come with a Dinosaur-Valentine’s pun like “You’re Dino-mite!”. Looks like great interactive fun!

Animal Box with Temporary Tattoos

Each of these animal boxes comes with temporary tattoos that provide a nice surprise inside for kids. They bring fun in Valentine’s Day exchanges and encourage social interaction by seeing what other kids got. Tattoos can be removed using rubbing alcohol or baby oil and are easily applied with a little water.

Valentines with Animal Headbands

When I came across this, I thought it was so interesting! Encouraging pretend play for kids, these animal valentines with matching animal headbands is such a unique idea. Easy to blow up after receiving the headband from a fellow classmate, these headbands look like they will provide endless hours of fun even after Valentine’s day.

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