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Kindergarten Valentine Craft – An Exciting Heart Kiss Keepsake

kindergarten valentines craft

Celebrate love and creativity with this Kindergarten Valentine craft! This is such a great time to capture the innocence of a child’s love and create an adorable keepsake to cherish for years to come!

Easy Kindergarten Valentines Craft 

Crafting with your little ones can be a heartwarming experience, especially when it involves blowing kisses and creating a visual representation of love. 

From capturing the perfect moment with a photograph to blending shades of blue for the sky and assembling a heartwarming paper hearts, this activity is not only doable but also a fantastic way to bond with your child.

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Skills: Arts and Crafts
Ages: 3 Years +
Prep Time: 10 Minutes

How to Create Your Blowing Kiss Kindergarten Valentines Craft

Celebrate the season of love with a heartwarming craft that not only sparks creativity but also captures a precious moment in time. 

Explore the joy of crafting together, from choosing the perfect moment for the photograph to the final assembly of the masterpiece. This activity not only nurtures creativity but also becomes a cherished memory that will be revisited with a smile for years to come.

In this activity, we guide you through the process of creating a unique Valentine’s Day masterpiece with your child. From painting the sky to cutting out hearts and assembling the final piece, every step is an opportunity to bond and create lasting memories.

How to Create Your Blowing Kiss Kindergarten Valentines Craft

Celebrate the season of love with a heartwarming craft that not only sparks creativity but also captures a precious moment in time. 

Explore the joy of crafting together, from choosing the perfect moment for the photograph to the final assembly of the masterpiece. This activity not only nurtures creativity but also becomes a cherished memory that will be revisited with a smile for years to come.

In this activity, we guide you through the process of creating a unique Valentine’s Day masterpiece with your child. From painting the sky to cutting out hearts and assembling the final piece, every step is an opportunity to bond and create lasting memories.

Developing Fine Motor Skills Through Crafting with Kids

Making Kindergarten Valentines crafts like this goes beyond creating an adorable project; it plays a crucial role in their overall development, particularly in refining fine motor skills. 

Fine motor skills involve the coordination of small muscles, such as those in the hands and fingers, and they are fundamental for various daily activities. 

Here are a few ways crafting can help kids develop fine motor skills:

  • Precision and Coordination: Crafting often requires intricate movements like cutting, gluing, and drawing, which demand precision and coordination.
  • Hand Strength and Control: The act of holding and manipulating crafting tools, such as scissors, glue sticks, or crayons, contributes to the development of hand strength and control. 
  • Cognitive Development: When children follow step-by-step instructions, plan their designs, or decide on color choices, they are exercising their cognitive abilities.
  • Boosting Creativity and Self-Expression: Fine motor skills development doesn’t have to be a mundane task; crafting allows children to express their creativity. 

Materials

  • Photograph of the child blowing a kiss
  • Cotton ball
  • Clothespin
  • Photograph of the child blowing a kiss
  • Cotton ball
  • Clothespin
  • Colorful Paper
  • Glue

Step-by-Step Instructions 

Step 1

First, take a photograph of your child blowing a kiss.

Step 2

Let your child paint the sky on a separate piece of paper using a cotton ball and clothespin, blending different shades of blue and white.

Step 3

While your child is busy with the sky, outline small hearts on colorful construction paper for them to cut out later. You may also want to cut the photograph for your child as well, since it can be especially tricky to cut precisely around the hands and fingers!

 

Step 4

Kids can cut out the paper hearts and glue them along with their picture onto the canvas. Guide them to place the hearts as if they are flowing from the child’s hand like they are blowing love into the air.

Step 1

First, take a photograph of your child blowing a kiss.

Step 2

Let your child paint the sky on a separate piece of paper using a cotton ball and clothespin, blending different shades of blue and white.

Step 3

While your child is busy with the sky, outline small hearts on colorful construction paper for them to cut out later. You may also want to cut the photograph for your child as well, since it can be especially tricky to cut precisely around the hands and fingers!

Step 4

Kids can cut out the paper hearts and glue them along with their picture onto the canvas. Guide them to place the hearts as if they are flowing from the child’s hand like they are blowing love into the air.

Valentine’s Day Themed Printable Activity Worksheets!

After you have finished making this awesome Kindergarten Valetines craft, if you are looking for even more fun activities to do that have a Valentine’s Day theme, definitely check out our printable worksheets!

These Valentine’s Day activities are a fun way to play and learn! The set includes over 15 Valentine’s Day themed activities that strengthen early childhood education skills, including scissor skills, tracing, the alphabet, coloring, numbers, matching, writing, phonics, and so much more!

Valentine’s Day Themed Printable Activity Worksheets!

After you have finished making this awesome Kindergarten Valetines craft, if you are looking for even more fun activities to do that have a Valentine’s Day theme, definitely check out our printable worksheets!

 

These Valentine’s Day activities are a fun way to play and learn! The set includes over 15 Valentine’s Day themed activities that strengthen early childhood education skills, including scissor skills, tracing, the alphabet, coloring, numbers, matching, writing, phonics, and so much more!

More Ways to Explore Artistic Mediums

Want more projects after doing this easy heart craft? Here are my top picks for arts and crafts kits that encourage hands on creations!

Water Marbling Kit

Create beautiful marbled art with this easy to use kit. This is water based art and comes with all the tools needed to create 10 masterpieces!

Spin and Spiral Art

This fun kit allows kiddos to explore both spin art and spiral art. The kit comes with 3 spiro gears, 6 markers, 3 ink bottles, 15 paper discs, and an art station base.

Sand Art Kit

This sand art kit comes with 8 different colors of sand to create sand bottles and pendant bottles. A great way to discover art through a different medium!

String Art Kit

This kit is a fun way for kids to create and display amazing shapes and designs artistically made with string.  Use a pattern included in the kit or create your own!

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