In this post: Crafts, treats, and our homeschool group’s Valentine’s party. Also a character lapbook on responsibility, and conversation heart science.
Hello dear ones! Last week I said that chocolate is a must for Valentine’s, and I shared our chocolate study. Well, there is another candy must for Valentine’s: conversation hearts.
Link to chocolate study:
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Study
Conversation hearts were a big part of our preparations for the homeschool group’s Valentine’s party. Here’s how:
- “Love never fails” Valentines
I found the printables here: http://www.notconsumed.com/2014/01/27/7-free-scripture-valentine-printables/
Then we just poured conversation hearts into sandwich bags and stapled the printables to the top.
- Mini Conversation Hearts Cupcakes
- Conversation Hearts Science
We did a little experiment with the candies. We put candies in bleach, water, and in vinegar. The bleach completely dissolved and removed the color from the candy. The vinegar and water both turned the color of the candy.
Here are the links:
Michael made this guitar valentine for his dad.
Lastly, Chris and Michael put together this Minecraft Valentine’s mailbox while we were at the party.
Well, God bless & remember the High King lives! ~Amber Dover
PS: Check out the study on God’s love from a couple of weeks ago:
I Stand Amazed Study & Snowflake Fun