What better way for preschoolers to have fun than by making valentines with their favorite foods? From chocolate hearts to strawberry, each one is filled to the brim with the sweetest candy hearts, buttercreams, cookies, and more.
The only tricky part of making valentines for preschoolers is that preschoolers are terrible at making valentines. They’re not very good at valentines, period. It’s not that they aren’t made. It’s just that they’re not very good at it. The first thing you’re going to have to do is buy the chocolate. Then add some sugar, and then some eggs, and then some flour.
The next thing you should do is make the chocolate heart. You can do this with either baking powder or cream of tartar, but you need to start with baking powder. Then you can add in the chocolate. Then you can add in the sugar and eggs, and then some flour.
Thats basically how I made this one. So that you can add this to your classroom, just use some baking powder or cream of tartar, and then you should have a chocolate heart at the ready. Then you can mix a little more flour, and then you can add a little more baking powder, and then you can add the chocolate, and then you should have a Valentine heart.
We’re all adults now and should know better. And besides, it’s only five dollars.
I think this is a great idea. I think it should be a part of the preschool curriculum.
In any case, I just hope we get it before Valentine’s Day is over.
I had to wait for the new printable valentine’s day crafts for preschoolers to post last year but this one is so fun. It’s a little bit harder, but not hard at all. I mean, you can pretty much just use it in your kitchen and have a heart shaped cookie for anyone who is your sweetheart. I mean, you could also use it as a Valentine’s Day gift.
You could also use the Valentine’s Day crafts as a Valentine’s Day gift for your child, too. Just make sure you have a heart-shaped cookie and have the person who is your sweetheart on the other end of the phone.
I am not kidding. You can also have your child put the heart-shaped gingerbread cookie in a Valentine’s Day card and have them put a small heart sticker on their computer monitor.