14 days of what you love about your child are what you get with this Valentine’s Day Door Idea for kids! This free printable Valentine’s Day door hearts is such a fantastic way to encourage and uplift your child!
A fun Valentine’s Day idea for kids that they will love. This free Valentine’s Day printable is such a simple and fun way to let your kids enjoy things to do with Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day Door Idea for Kids
If you have younger kids and want to surprise them for Valentine’s Day consider this idea. Each day you will put a new heart on their door and surprise them with something you love about them.
They will love looking at it and seeing what the newest heart is and what it says.
Valentine’s Day Printable For Kids
Click Here to Print your Valentine’s Day printable for kids. Print out these colorful hearts, cut and then fill in each heart.
- Print the Heart Printable
- Cut it out
- Then fill out each heart with what you love about your child.
- Stick one new heart for each day from Feb 1st- Feb 14th.
What If I Have More Than One Kid
Then simply print out a few of these, and then do one set for each child! Or you can write a message to each child on the same heart. And then all you have to do is tape to a door, wall, or somewhere else they will be looking for.
What Is The Best Paper To Use For What I Love About You Printable
I used regular printer paper and it works just fine. Now if you want the paper to be a bit sturdier in texture, feel free to buy cardstock.
The colors will print and give you a colorful design so reach for white or cream-colored paper so the colors can transfer nicely.
Want More Fun Valentine’s Day Ideas
I did this last year for my kids and they absolutely loved it. This year as I was putting them up I cought a glimpse of my son smiling (while on line learning). It really made me so happy to see that they love the notes.
I love these hearts. I would love to be able to share with families in my church. Do you have these without the date on them?
Could you make this editable to where instead of “we” you could put “I” for us only parents? 😊