Celebrating Valentine’s Day with Teens: Unique Ideas

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Valentine’s Day is a time to show love and appreciation, and it’s a perfect opportunity for teens to get involved in the celebration. Not all teenagers have a special person they are “infatuated” with on this holiday.  Why not gather up your teens and some of their friends and get them involved in some of the great ideas you’ll find listed below! Here are some fun and unique ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day with teens:

DIY Gifts

Encourage teens to get creative and make their own gifts for friends and loved ones. They can make friendship bracelets, homemade candles, or even baked goods. Grab some cookie cutters and your favorite sugar cookie recipe and make some home made goodies.

Adventure Day

Plan an adventurous day out, like a hike, rock climbing, or even a road trip. This is a great way for teens to bond and create new memories together. Even in the coldest of months, you can take a road trip.

Movie Night

 Have a movie night in and watch romantic comedies or heartwarming films. Snacks and cozy blankets are a must!

Volunteer Work

 Teach teens the importance of giving back and encourage them to volunteer at a local organization or event. Have them create some simple necessity bags and take them to a local homeless shelter. This is a great way to show love and kindness on Valentine’s Day

Game Night

Have a game night with friends and play board games, video games, or even a friendly competition of mini-golf or laser tag.

No matter what activity you choose, make sure it’s a fun and meaningful experience for the teens involved.
Happy Valentine’s Day!

8 Responses so far.

  1. Jodie says:

    These are all wonderful ideas! I love the DIY idea too.

  2. Ali Duke says:

    My daughter and I have watched quite a few romantic comedy movies together. It is always so lovely to snuggle under blankets with snacks and watch something nice together.

  3. Sandy says:

    Oh I couldn’t agree more. My oldest granddaughter loves all things romantic, but the 15 year old is into horror. I can’t do those. LOL

  4. Sandy says:

    Thank you. I love doing DIY projects! I am already planning some things for springtime!

  5. Isa A says:

    I’d say teens would naturally be the most excited over Valentine’s Day haha! easy to get them involved. the cozy blanket and indoor time spending is one cosy moment I always like. plus food and goodies. liked it. xx
    Isa A. Blogger

  6. Cristina says:

    These are all such ideas! DIY gifts are always special!

  7. Sandy says:

    Thank you for stopping in! I have always been a “make your own” kind of person. It is lots more fun and means so much more!

  8. Sandy says:

    I agree, teenagers LOVE Valentines. In fact my 2 oldest granddaughters that live with me have made it a huge thing this year.

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