14 fun and easy Valentine’s Day card ideas!
posted by: Mile High Mamas
Sure, you could buy the uninspired Valentine’s Day cards from your local grocery store…or you could spend a few extra minutes creating these darling Valentines! Here are 14 of our favorites.
1. Pencil-Heart Valentine
Because, really, can your students ever have enough pencils?
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2. Crayon Box Treat
Ahh! The beloved smell of a fresh box of crayons.
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3. Silly Straws
These will make your students cheer!
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4. Glow-Stick Magic
Because our students light up our lives!
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5. Love Bugs
Love the mason jar template these little bugs come in.
6. Pencil Arrows
Play Cupid and aim for your students’ hearts.
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A sweet message to go with a healthy treat.
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Remember, you can save a little money on your cuties by using the code TEACHERS when you choose Walmart’s Online Grocery Pickup.
Tip: Buy mini-Slinky toys in bulk at the dollar store.
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9. Crayon Hearts
This is a great project for using up all those crayon odds and ends.
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Let them know: In your eyes, they measure up.
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11. Tic-Tac-Toe Fun
If you’re still trying to stay away from candy, you could use jewel stones or beads instead of M&M’s. (Just make sure you change the message!)
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12. Foxy Pretzels
Your kids will love this foxy little valentine.
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13. Scrabble Valentine
Use Scrabble Cheez-Its (who knew?) and this template to play Valentine Words with Friends with your students.
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Pick up an assorted bag of plastic dinos and some cute washi tape, and you’re good to go!
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