Are you looking for sweet Valentine's Day cards to give your students?
These teacher Valentine cards give you a fun way to make the perfect Valentine printable cards and make your classroom valentines celebration a sweet hit!
Keep reading this blog post for all the ooey-gooey details on these printable valentine's cards, along with where you can snag them.
Printable Valentine Cards (Teacher to Student)
This set includes 24 different cards for elementary students. Each card has a unique design on it. (They also make for great last minute option cards)
Whether you love dinosaurs or cute animals, there is something here to suit the personality of little boys and little girls. What a great way to make your students feel special.
These simple card designs also include a unique saying on each one.
So for all the teachers who want to make their students feel special on Valentine's day but don't like to buy those generic box cards, these are for YOU!
(And bonus, you can buy them once and use them year after year).
How to Use These Printable Valentines Day Cards:
Instantly download and print
Pull out the class list and fill in the names of your student (then sign off with your name).
Hand out and watch your student's eyes light up!
What a sweet little gift for your classroom Valentine's Day Party.
Ideas for Valentine's Day Celebration
If you are wondering how to have an epic classroom Valentine party, we've listed a few creative ideas to incorporate into your Valentine's celebration:
Annual Valentine Card Exchange:
An annual card exchange is always a hit—and can be a good way for students to practice writing. These also make for cherished keepsakes for your students.
Write notes of kindness.
I love even taking this one step further and creating a fish bowl to create compliments. You can snag our fishbowl of compliments right here. This is a great idea to help kids feel special and valued by their peers.
Create Kindness Rocks or Kindness Hearts of Appreciation
You could also spread kindness by having students write thank you messages on hearts and spread these around the school. (Think of the office staff, principal, custodian, etc.)
You could also create kindness rocks (see here for a free template with instructions - free printable). This free download includes kindness rocks activity instructions, message ideas, ideas of places to hide, and a 30-day kindness calendar.
For best results, I would paint the rocks white the day before the party, this makes it easier to write your messages (and makes the rocks look awesome).
Your students can paint rocks with sweet messages. I love hiding these around the school year for other students to find. You could also send the rocks home with your students.
Decorate a bulletin board
You can work together to make a special design or grab one the of premade bulletin board instant downloads. I love the designs used here:. Either way, this activity is sure to be a hit!
Read a Valentine's Day Story:
Below are a few of my favorites:
- Happy Valentine’s Day, Curious George! by N. Di Angelo (Grades Pre-K–3)
- Mouse and Mole: Secret Valentine by Wong Herbert Yee (Grades 1–4)
- I Like You by Sandol Stoddard Warburg and illustrated by Jacqueline Chwast (Grades Pre-K–3)
- The Valentine Bears by Eve Bunting and Jan Brett (Grades Pre-K–3)
- Ollie's Valentine by Olivier Dunrea (Grades Pre-K–K)
Don't forget to snag your adorable printable Valentine's Cards now.