2. Create a sensory bin like the one here from 1 + 1 + 1 = 1 made from hearts (red and pink) and other trinkets found at the dollar section of Walmart and Dollar Tree.
3. Love is in the air sensory bin from Trial & Error Mama using heart cookie cutters, kisses, love candle, heart blocks, magnets, earrings, rings, hair clips, and more!
4. Tinkerlab makes a batch of white and dark pink play dough scented with peppermint oil. Use heart cookie cutters and a rolling pin to set up this Valentine Play Dough Station.
5. Squishy heart sensory Valentine’s activity from B-Inspired Mama uses clear hair gel, google eyes, glitter, liquid water colors, and a zip lock baggie with a heart drawn on it to create sensory seeking fun this Valentine’s day.
6. Shaving cream, heart molds, water beads, ice hearts, and koolaid oh my! Have your kiddo take a sensory bath. Teaching Mama gives you a demonstration here. This one I have got to try!
7. Engage several of your kids senses in this Valentine Sensory Sink by My Nearest And Dearest with glitter, red food coloring, foam hearts, and more.
8. Bath Activities for Kids and Growing a Jeweled Rose share love lab, Valentine’s bath activities for kids, chocolate eruptions, love potions, and errupting goop.
9. Make a jello and ice sensory tray like the one here at Dirt and Boogers. Fill a sensory tub with some red heart ice cubes and raspberry flavored jello hearts.
10. Make a finger paint valentine like the one shown here at Creative Connection For Kids.