10 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day Without Sugar
Dimensions has made it a little easier to keep sugar out of Valentine’s Day by creating a Pinterest board filled with candy-free crafty ideas.
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month and the perfect time to emphasize the importance of practicing good oral hygiene habits. But keeping kids away from sweet treats during Valentine’s Day is no simple feat. Dimensions has made it a little easier to keep sugar out of Valentine’s Day by creating a Pinterest board filled with candy-free crafty ideas.
1. YOU MAKE MY HEART RACE CRAFT
Why not ditch the hard candies, which may lead to a chipped tooth, for fun toys? This fun racecar Valentine’s idea is sure to rev up the fun.
2. YOU MAKE ME SMILE TOOTHBRUSH
Providing a child with a new toothbrush helps highlight the importance of maintaining a healthy oral hygiene routine. Here’s a way to turn an ordinary toothbrush into an eye-catching Valentine.
3. PENCIL ARROWS
These eye-catching pencil arrow crafts will help kids hit the mark when it comes to their studies.
4. ZOO ANIMALS VALENTINE
Let your little animals share their favorite zoo creatures with their friends.
5. DIY FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS
Calling all aspiring jewelry designers! This Valentine’s idea will not only keep the caries away but also has the potential to keep your little ones busy. Kids can either create these friendship bracelets, or just sign their name on the tag.
6. HEART YOU CRAFT
No one is ever too cool to skip his or her oral hygiene routine. Boys and girls alike will flash their healthy smiles when they wear these adorable sunglasses.
7. COLORFUL CRAYONS
Swap chocolate hearts with these fun-to-make heart-shaped crayons.
8.BUBBLEGUM FREE BUBBLES
Instead of chewing sticky bubblegum, kids can blow bubbles with this sugar-free Valentine.
9. BEE MY VALENTINE
Chapped lips are nothing to smile about so why not gift classmates a lip balm to keep them beaming.
10. HOMEMADE GLITTER SLIME
If given the choice between slime and candy, most kids will ask for the glittery, stretchy goo. Ask your kids to roll up their sleeves and have fun making heart slime with these easy to follow instructions.