I set up a few stations and allowed the kids to come and go to each station as they like. We took a tour of the stations so that they would all understand what to do at each station. Each parent spent some great parent/child time with their children helping them along.
It sure was a great afternoon!
First up, the rice table. As we waited for all of our guests to arrive, the children enjoyed some time at the rice table, filling and dumping. When all of our guests were here, the rice table was a hit. The intention was to use this as a hide and seek table where they would find the papers in the rice and match with the list of numbers on the page, however, it became more of a dumping and filling station and that was ok with us!
The next station, was the card station. I cut out a bunch of different collage items, left out crayons, glue, paint and paper and let their minds get creative.
At our craft station, we made Valentine's Day headbands.
During snack, we cut out bread into hearts, had them smash strawberries and sugar in a ziplock bag and they munched on heart shaped sandwiches.
The kids had a blast!
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