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Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14. But who was Saint Valentine really? At the time of Valentine, Emperor Claudius “the Cruel” had abolished marriage. He had a hard time recruiting soldiers and thought that married men would not make good soldiers because [read on]

Saint Valentine


Instead of a Valentine's card, why not make a whole tree full of hearts? Inside each heart, you write a message of love!

You can make this project by yourself for a loved one, but you can also make it with a group, where each one makes a heart and writes the name of the intented recipient on it.


The (free) document contains a pattern for cutting out the hearts.


If you prefer an activity combined with a snack, I suggest you have a look at this recipe for Rice Krispies hearts. Everyone can decorate them in their own way, with all kinds of red sprinkles. Yummy!



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This week, we published a wide variety of new printables. There is a connect-the-dots picture, an exercise with sequences to complete, a page for learning to draw a banana,

Mitten Find the missing shapes Draw a Banana

a Zentangle colouring page with a dog, a spot-the-differences game with aliens, a maze with a princess, a classic sudoku,

Dog Aliens Princess and Dragon Maze Classic Sudoku 2

a colouring page with a dragon, a mandala, and a pre-writing exercise.

Flying Dragon Mandala 107 Pre-writing 56



More project ideas for Valentine's Day:

Romantic Card Stained glass window for Valentine's Day Valentine's Basket Magic Nuudle Heart


Have a great week!





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