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Valentine’s Day is supposed to be a day you celebrate the one that you love. But, kid’s like to celebrate the day of love too. Kid’s, young and old alike, love to celebrate the day of X’s and O’s, especially if they have a crush or special someone.

Normally, your younger children would be having Valentine’s Day parties at school. This year, things are a little different. With some schools virtual learning and others forgoing any parties because of social distancing guidelines, Valentine’s Day might be a lonely holiday for your kids this year.

So, why not get them involved in making some great Valentine’s Day gifts that the whole family can enjoy,

The bottom line is, your kid’s LOVE spening time with you. These activities are focused on your time together. That is really what your kids want the most, so take the time to give them your heart and your full attention.

 

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