Valentine’s Day is celebrated every year on the 14th of February. Normally, this time of year the classroom would be a buzz with love and kindness. It would be decorated in beautiful reds and pinks from all of the children’s beautiful Valentine’s Day artwork. Pieces that they have created themselves to express their view of what love means to them. Many children would bring their artwork home for their families to share their love on Valentine’s Day. However, this year things are very different as all of our children will be celebrating Valentine’s Day at home!
However, you can still keep in touch with all of the families this year with this great new Celebrating Valentine’s Day at Home Pack by Canavan Byrne. The pack was created so that services can get in touch with families with some lovely ideas and tips for celebrating Valentine’s Day at home. This pack saves you time with everything already created for you. All you require to do is edit the document to include your LOGO (where applicable) and your Service Name. The pack ideas and recommendations are suitable for children who are of ECCE age.
What is included in the Valentine’s Day at Home Pack?
- A written introduction to the families of your service all about Love. This document can be edited to add in your own Logo and Service name and anything else that you see fit.
- Tips and Ideas for Valentine’s Day including Arts & Crafts, recipes, and reading recommendations.
- Cut out Valentine’s Day Card
- ‘The Colours in Between’ Story by Jennifer Lee
In addition, if you are an EYRF member you will receive this great new product from Canavan Byrne for FREE! Simply add your EYRF details at the check out and the pack will be emailed to you instantaneously. If you are not already an EYRF member you can sign up for a FREE 7-day no obligation trial here.
If you are looking for further activities underpinned by the Aistear Framework on the theme of Love, you can purchase the Valentine’s Day Curriculum Planning Pack. This pack includes over 25 activities covering the theme of St. Valentine’s Day (Who is St Valentine?, facts about Valentine’s Day and the meaning of the colour red in Valentines Day). It also includes s a number of activities on love, kindness, friendship and appreciation. For more information on the theme of Love you can read one of our previous blog posts ‘Love is All Around Us, So Let the Feelings Grow’.