Valentine’s Day is less than two weeks away! In most schools, classrooms usually have a little party or they exchange Valentine cards. If don’t want to give candy or chocolate and would prefer to do something homemade with your child, you’re in luck! I have quite a few Valentine’s Day Cards for school that are fun to make and they are a good alternative to candy gifts.
Homemade Valentine’s Day Cards for School
1. Pet Rocks
We all love this pet rock Valentine’s card. They are super easy to make and so adorable. My kid’s have already done them a couple times. You just need a handful of supplies and you can put catchy phrases on the card like, “You ROCK, Valentine.”
2. Origami Heart Book Marks
Lately my seven-year old has been really interested in origami. So heart-shaped origami bookmarks are perfect for him to make as his Valentine’s Day cards for school. I found small square origami paper from Michael’s which was perfect for this project.
3. Heart Shaped Cookies
If you want to bake something together, these heart shaped-chocolate chip cookies are perfect for a classroom gift on Valentine’s Day.
4. Pencil Card
My daughter is excited to make this simple pencil Valentine’s Day card for her kindergarten class this year. They are fun Valentine’s Day Cards for school and she’ll get to practice her cutting skills.
5. Friendship Bracelet Valentine
This really easy friendship bracelet is a great classroom V-day card. You can do them in different colors and it comes with a printable. It was actually my favourite but neither of the kids wanted to do it. Maybe I can make them for my girlfriends when we go out for a ‘Galentine’s Day” dinner. (I learned that Galentine is a real thing!!)
Those are just 5 Valentine’s Day Cards for School that I really like. For more card ideas, check out my Valentine’s Day Craft Pinterest Board.
2 thoughts on “5 Valentine’s Day Cards For School”
When I was little my mom would always sneak into my classroom and leave me some goodies on my desk! It totally made my day!
That’s so sweet of your mom and what a nice memory for you!