Valentine’s Day Tutorials and Ideas

In just two weeks, it will be Valentine’s Day! If you’re looking for some ideas for making Valentines with your kids or even for making a Valentine for your own sweetheart, we have some great ideas to share with you! Also included are some freebies and printables.

Valentine tutorial

This Torn & Sewn Paper Hearts Valentine Tutorial shows you how to make a beautiful Valentine for your sweetie or someone else (like a grandparent or even a special Sunday school teacher, piano teacher, etc.) you’d like to show some love to this Valentine’s Day. You’ll find a list of needed supplies along with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions. And since we homeschoolers are well-known for tweaking lessons and activities to fit our own needs, feel free to change these up a little if you want to simplify or even get extra creative!



Inkblot Valentine tutorial Next is another creative tutorial explaining how to make Inkblot Valentines! Again, you’ll find step-by-step instructions along with a list of supplies you’ll need. These are simple and can be quite beautiful, but can also be messy to make! For that reason, you may want to make these with older children.




Valentine's Day activities and printables We also have a huge collection of printables, activities, and worksheets to share with you! You’ll find coloring pages, writing prompts, math activities, matching games, vocabulary ideas, printable Valentines, play dough mats, a bingo game, a dot-to-dot game, counting games, tracing games, worksheets, and more!

About the author


Wendy is one of the owners of Hip Homeschool Moms. She married her high school sweetheart, Scott, 28 years ago, and they live in the South with their three children. Hannah, age 23, has autism and was the first homeschool graduate in the family. Noah, age 22, was the second homeschool graduate. Mary Grace, age 16, is the remaining homeschool student. Wendy loves working out and teaching Training for Warriors classes at her local gym. She also enjoys learning along with her family, educational travel, reading, and writing, and she attempts to grow an herb garden every summer with limited success.

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