Children are naturally more altruistic than adults and because of this they love to give gifts whenever the opportunity presents itself. Children are also very creative. You may have even been the recipient of a gift that was made, with care, by a child. But even kids need an extra boost of creativity every now and then. This is why it is a great idea to read article such as this one to be reminded of fun and kid-friendly Valentine’s Day crafts that can be given as gifts. Here are a few more gift ideas that you may not have thought of:
Candy sand art
For those who are not familiar with what sand at it, sand art is made by alternating colored layers of sand in a bottle. When the bottle is filled you are left with layers and layers of beautifully colored sand. This same concept can be taken and made into a gift for Valentine’s Day. Instead of sand, you can use Valentine’s Day candies (i.e. conversation hearts) to make your layers in a jar. Simply sort your candies by color and add them to a jar one color at a time, you can even make multiple layers of the same color if you have a lot of candy to give. Finish your jar off with a bow and a note. If your child knows how to sort by color, they can make this craft.