About a month ago, Annalyn’s preschool teachers sent home a note about her upcoming Valentine’s Day party. They said that each child was to bring a card for every student in the class, and they “strongly encouraged” us to have our kiddos sign their own names
They suggested starting early (because “little hands tire easily”). We started last night.
And while my daughter is super smart (says her completely objective mother), handwriting is not her strong suit. Not yet. Certainly not when it came time for Valentine’s signing!
In case you didn’t start signing tiny little cards early enough, either – or maybe you just weren’t up for any of the bajillion cute crafty ideas you found on Pinterest – I’ve got a fun alternative for you.
What’s in the Bible is offering printable Valentine’s cards AND a coupon code! You can get the first volume of What’s in the Bible (Adam and Eve through Noah) for just $5.00 with a $10.00 off coupon code – and that includes free shipping, too.
I can’t say enough how much we love What’s in the Bible at our house. Their slogan is “The Bible Made Easy for Kids,” but I’ve learned a ton, too! And there’s not a day that goes by without Annalyn or me singing one of their very catchy and not annoying at all songs. (Honest. Not annoying. Even my husband – who has pretty low threshold for children’s music doesn’t mind it!)
So, if you happen to already have that first video, you might check out the others. I’m thinking that #2 – #6 would make a great Easter present for my handwriting-challenged kiddo!
What are you doing for Valentine’s Day today? And how do you feel about kids’ music?
We will have heart-shaped pizza and dine by candlelight. I’ll give each of my three little ones a note stating 10 things I love about him/her. We’ll read and they’ll go to bed early.
I didn’t know about “What’s in the Bible”. Thanks for the tip!
(We did use pinterest for our Valentines cards.)