This month is all about love, so why not bring your family together to draw? You'd be surprised how much fun it really is. We play a game called "Draw It" (apparently we aren't very creative when coming up with names for games).
The rules are simple: Someone says a random thing to draw and everyone draws their version of said thing. If you want to make it more intense you can add a time limit. When everyone is finished or time is up, compare pictures and let the laughing begin. If you want to make it a game of Win or Lose, you can vote on the best picture each round and apply a point to that person. We just play for fun. It's great for all ages and drawing talent isn't really required.
A tree cutting itself in half. I particularly like that my son adds dialogue to most of his drawings.
A pineapple dancing on a lollipop.
A fish catching butterflies.
Even after you have finished the game, you will find that your kids still want to draw...so you let them.
This would also make a fun gift to put together. Drawing paper, newly sharpened pencils, rules to the game, and a jar of random drawing ideas to get them started.