Simple Paper Valentine’s Day Tree

Toddlers and preschoolers will love making this simple heart tree. This craft allows kids to make a colorful Valentine’s Day tree while leaving plenty of room to let their creativity shine! It is simple enough for young children, but kids who are older will also have fun. 

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Materials Used

White Paper

Construction Paper

Glue

Scissors

A Colored Pencil

To start, I drew hearts in a variety of sizes for my daughter to cut out.

While she was cutting, I drew the outline of a tree. After that, I had her color it. If your child is old enough, they can do the drawing.

To finish, I gave her a glue stick and told her to glue the hearts onto the tree however she wanted.

The end result was an adorable little paper Valentine’s Day tree. This took us about 20 minutes to do and we had so much fun!

Book Suggestions

Little learners love pairing a craft with a book! Here are a few suggestions.

8 responses to “Simple Paper Valentine’s Day Tree”

  1. Cute!@ I’m going to use this in my class!

  2. This is a fun idea for young kids. I’ll remember it for when my boy is older

  3. Great craft idea for those with little ones! Your kiddo’s outfit is so cute btw!

  4. This Valentine’s craft is super cute, and looks easy enough for even me, a non-crafty mom, to do! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Non-crafty crafts are my specialty!

  5. what a clever craft..and easy enough for the toddler/preschool crowd to make their own…

    1. Yes, it is super easy for little ones!

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