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Valentine’s Day Gift to Students [ FREE ]

Three times during the school year, our school has parties where the parents come in to the classroom for 30-minutes to do a craft with their child and enjoy a snack in the classroom.

Christmas was our first party, Valentine’s Day is the second, with End of the Year “Graduation” being the third and final party of the school year.

Free valentine cards to students. Valentine card printable for teachers to hand outs. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.

I typically go all out for the Christmas holiday party, so when this party pops up in February, I like to do a more “chill” party.

The Target Dollar Spot and the Dollar Tree usually have some fantastic decorations that don’t break the bank. Making classroom decorations out of crafts is fun and always an inexpensive option.

This year, I plan on using some glitter hearts I picked out of the Target Dollar Spot  to make some valentine butterflies (at the request of a student), and we have already started working on our parent gift, which involved us making our own crayons.

Free valentine cards to students. Valentine card printable for teachers to hand outs. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.

When it comes to student gifts, I try to stay away from sugary candy. Books are always a great idea, and something I do give to students at each holiday party.
Valentine's Card Printable. Free printable valentine's day card for teachers. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.
At Valentine’s for my students, I like to buy a box of fish crackers and attach this free Valentine Card printable to it them with double-sided tape.
Simply purchase a box of fish crackers (or snack of your preference), add your name to the bottom and print the free Valentine’s Card printable, and tape to the bag.
Valentine's Card Printable. Free printable valentine's day card for teachers. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.
Valentine's Card Printable. Free printable valentine's day card for teachers. Blog post at Mrs. D's Corner.

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{ Grab the Valentine’s Card Printable here. }

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