Easy Kids Valentine DIY
Children adore arts and crafts day! Allowing children to get creative – especially unguided (not unsupervised) from parents to make the “perfect” DIY is wonderful for kid’s confidence and independent thinking. According to children development experts, activities such as drawing shapes, colouring within the lines, or cutting out patterns accelerate the development of fine motor coordination in children. Hands-on arts and crafts improve hand-eye coordination and combine both cognitive and fine motor skills.
This month we experiment with a fun, crazy straw Valentine’s DIY perfect for kids to share with friends at school. And besides, who does not like crazy straws?
What you will need:
- Crazy straws
- Two-hole punch
- Our downloadable templates
Print our downloadable Valentines cards here. You can choose to colour your own or use the already coloured ones.
Make 2 holes with your punch.
Slide your crazy straw through the holes and give it to some friends and teachers at school.
Cannot find crazy straws? Make this adult-supervised crazy straw DIY here.