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Check out the Budget Home$chool Holiday Section! Here we have provided links to holiday trivia,
themes, educational projects just for kids and so much more... You will find information on the
history of Valentine's Day, arts and craft ideas for Christmas, helpful ideas on starting your
own family traditions the children will not only remember but pass along to their own children.
This page is packed full of links that will entertain and education children and adults alike.
A Free Valentine's Day Curriculum!by Fran Wisniewski, Annette Hall and Diane Flynn Keit Ages: 3+Stinky Valentines -- Make two hearts of equal size and shape out of red construction paper. Let your child decorate one side of each heart with stickers, glitter, markers, etc. Put the undecorated sides of the two hearts together. Using glue, tape or staples seal the edges around the hearts, leave a small opening. Spray some perfume or cologne on cotton balls. Put the cotton balls in between the hearts through the unsealed opening. Seal the opening. Now you have a "Stinky Valentine!"Subjects: resource, curriculum, activities, hearts, construction paper, stickers, decorations, candy, pancakes, chocolate, science, math, textures
Valentines Craft Projects Ages: 3+Our birds love popcorn. We have lots of sunflower seed feeders, too, but they also love this. So I came up with this one the other day. All you need is floral wire, thread (cotton, preferably, as it's biodegradable) or ribbon, and something delicious - popcorn, bits of dried apples, berries, dried orange pieces - whatever you've got. If you're stringing popcorn, let it sit for a couple of days. You'll find this and lots of crafty ideas.Subjects: crafts, decorations, beads, crayons, pinwheels, fingerprint, Valentine's Gifts, games, straws, necklace, Clifford, weaving, stamps, card box, cupcakes
Martha Stewart's chic Valentine's Day craftsby Martha Stewart Ages: 14+What's sweeter than a box of Valentine's Day cookies? One decorated with a family photograph. Scan and print a black-and-white photo onto vellum (if you have an ink-jet printer, let the printout dry before handling it). Trace the box lid onto the photo...Subjects: activity, craft, photo's, cookies, vellum paper, polyester fiberfill, interfacing, ironing, sewing machine, heirlooms, lockets, template, card stock, ring, canvas, fabric