For many of us in the country (especially here in Minnesota!) it’s going to be a COLD Valentine’s Day weekend!
In Minnesota we’re supposed to stay below 0 degrees all weekend!
Valentine’s Day is almost here, and it’s the second busiest holiday for dining out (after Mother’s Day). Here’s a list of restaurant deals (that you’ll find in the Twin Cities) to help you plan a meal out with your special someone (or family) for less!
For more restaurant deals and gifts, visit the Groupon Valentine’s Day page!
Buca di Beppo:
For $59.99, share a Lasagna Lovefeast this Valentine’s Day! Get a Heart-Shaped Lasagna for two along with a Buca Small® Garlic Bread, Buca Small® Mixed Green or Caesar Salad and Mini Cannoli for dessert. – Get more details here.
Get a “Love Assortment” through Feb 14th. Varieties include vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, coconut, nutella, sprinkles and even a candy rose. We tried them in Woodbury – so yummy!
Have fun creating this Valentine Pop-Up Box with your child or student while they learn fine motor skills and get a chance to experiment with a paper spring. Open the box and a cute creature pops out with a heart just for you!
Check it out:
1. Print both pages out on card stock.
2. Cut out the box along all sides, including tabs.
JCPenney has been offering free kids events at their stores every second Saturday of the month. But since COVID, they now offer free take-home crafts instead! This month, on Saturday, February 13th from 11:00am – 12:00pm, your kids can pick up a free Valentine’s Day craft!
All kids receive:
Plus, all parents receive a one-day 10% coupon they can use with other coupons.
Win-win! There are JCPenney locations in Roseville, Maplewood, Minnetonka, Burnsville and more areas in the metro.
Check out their website for more info.
This FREE Valentine’s Day Printable Word Search is a fun activity that your kids will love! It features 16 words to find in the puzzle, all about love and this special holiday.
Print out as many copies as you wish for your kids and anyone who might enjoy this. It has words like hearts, hugs, and chocolate (my favorite!) so you can enjoy it too!
It’s perfect for at-home distance learning or homeschooling, or for classroom use. You can include it with a Valentine gift as well!
Try this Adorable Sloth Valentine Paper Craft!
And these fun Valentine’s Day Hot Cocoa Bombs!
Print out my Free Winter Scavenger Hunt and explore the outdoors with your kids!
Get outdoors more with the 1000 Hours Outside Challenge!
Enjoy these drive-thru events in Minnesota this winter!
And download my FREE 30-page 2021 Planner & Calendar!
Have you heard about Hot Cocoa Bombs? They have become super popular, and what a great recipe to make at home for Valentine’s Day!
Here is a Valentine Hot Cocoa Bombs Recipe you can make with your family, your kids, your partner – and they’re super fun to enjoy! Just put them in a mug with warm milk and break apart with a spoon.
Valentine’s Heart Hot Cocoa Bombs
Time: 30 minutes