I’ve shared some Valentine’s Day activities for preschoolers and some for toddlers before but today I thought I’d get a little bit more specific and share some Valentine crafts for 3 year olds.
Why three? Well because I wrote this originally when my daughter was three and even as a blogger myself I often find having a look through Pinterest that a lot of the stuff I see if super pretty but not quite suitable for her age.
To help both you and me I asked some of my favourite craft bloggers what Valentines Day crafts they’d done with three year olds (not just stuff that theoretically kids can do) and these are the ideas they suggested, hope you love them as much as I do!
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Valentine Crafts for 3 Year Olds
There are loads of Valentine activities for 3 year olds in this post so I’ve shared each tutorial in the order they appear in the images in this post, although as you will see there’s quite a lot of extras too.
The first six craft ideas listed are from the collage at the top of this page while you’ll find the next ones under the collages.
Got a three year old? Make sure that you bookmark this page or pin it for later so when your child tells you they want to make something you can come back to this post straight away and have tons of ideas for fun valentine activities for 3 year olds you can do together.
Want more inspiration for easy crafts? Keep reading for more ideas we think you (and your kids!) will love.
Valentine Activities for 3 Year Olds
This activity for painting on foil and glue is great fun.
Learning and Exploring Through Play shares some sweet heart lumieres kids can make, I think these would make great Valentines gifts too maybe for grandparents or moms!
I adore this invitation to create Valentines from Buggy and Buddy with it’s pretty heart doilies.
Grab some toilet paper rolls and make these heart robots from Non Toy Gifts.
This activity for painting with foil is great fun for kids as the foil is perfect for little hands to print with.
This simple handprint craft from Mommys Bundle is a great way for 3 years olds to make Valentine’s cards.
Looking for an adorable Valentine? We ‘ve got you covered with this print and color bunny Valentine that’s a good way to practice scissor skills too.
Valentines Day crafts don’t get much easier than this idea from What We Do All Day, you could also string some of these together with tape or bakers twine to make some garlands for simple valentines decorations.
My Bored Toddler shares some sweet crepe paper hearts. You could easily change this to tissue paper hearts too if that’s what you have available.
We loved making this easy mosaic heart craft and you could easily stick it onto a blank card to make a diy Valentine’s Day card.
My daughter loved painting hearts with cotton wool.
Crafty Kids at Home shares how to make some bubble wrap Valentines Day cards.
These clay heart ornaments make great keepsakes too, you could also try making these with salt dough.
This Valentines day craft from One Creative Mommy is super easy for young kids.
My kids loved making these simple Valentines Day cards with washi tape
My three year old loved anything with a bit of sparkle so she’d love these glitter hearts from Buggy and Buddy
This mosaic craft from the weaving Ideas is perfect for sticker mad kids and would be good for fine motor skills too.
Grab a paper plate and make this simple Valentines heart tree craft.
Cute love bugs from Kitchen Floor Crafts
These heart cards from Twitchetts are perfect for helping kids to practice their scissor skills
More Activities and Crafts for Three Year Olds
These spring activities for preschoolers are great fun and as you’ll see a lot of them are ones that I did with my own kids.
We read Dear Zoo so many times – at least it’s a book I really enjoyed too! If your three year old is as obsessed as mine was why not try out these Dear Zoo activities and crafts.
Need to practice scissor skills but find doing worksheets a bit….. boring? Yeah, us too. Here’s some easy scissor skills activities that we think are a lot more fun (there’s jelly involved, that’s got to be more interesting!)