Valentine's Day Party Ideas - FREE PRINTABLES
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I love Valentine's Day! It is a fun, bright spot in the long winter we have.
My girls love when I get out the gold, pink, teal and red decor. We look forward to baking heart shaped treats and making crafts for their classmates, family and friends.
This year, my oldest daughter and I had so much fun planning her 1st grade class party!
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I tried to mix a variety of games and crafts that both boys and girls would enjoy.
Oriental Trading made my job of planning a classroom party so much easier!
The kids had a BLAST with this Unicorn Toss Game
I was impressed with it's size as it was perfect to play with in the classroom and at home with little ones.
She wanted to try it out before her class party!
Her teacher splits the class into five groups/rotations (so about four kids will play at once.)
The unicorn has weights in the bottoms so it stands up on his own. We are planning on putting it on a desk and the kids will take turn tossing the hearts.
Of course they like to be competitive for prizes, so here is a fun recording poster you can laminate and keep track of points!
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This game is great for all ages - even my two year old and four year old were having fun!
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How cute is this Valentine Dartboard?!
It comes with a little hole at the top and was easy to hang.
We tested it out low to the ground so my two year old could play too, but for our class party we will hang it on the wall or back of the door.
The balls stick really well to the board and I was impressed with the overall quality.
I made a coordinating score board for this game as well (what can I say... my girls are competitive!)
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I honestly couldn't even make this game for the price I paid to have it shipped to my door. I love that her teacher can use it year after year too.
This pack comes with 50 PUZZLES! Seriously... how cute?!
We had so much fun coloring the puzzles, breaking them apart and then putting them back together.
All the puzzles came nicely organized in one pack, so I put each individual puzzle in a sandwich baggie. This makes it easy so her teacher can quickly pass out one puzzle to each student.
Plus, since there were 50 puzzles, I decided to use the leftover ones for my 4 year old's preschool class party favors.
I put each puzzle in a baggie and made these cute toppers! These turned out to be less expensive than the Target favors I have seen this year... and so much cuter. She can't wait to pass them out to her friends at preschool!
Whether it is for a class party or to simply pass out as favors.... the kids will be so excited to get their very own puzzle to color!
The last craft we are planning for Valentine's Day are these adorable card holders!
My girls had SO much fun making these.
They loved that they got to sew them together and design it themselves.
I loved that this kit came with everything they needed, and we didn't even have to get out glue or scissors (hallelujah!)
All the foam pieces are self adhesive, and the strings had plastic hard tips that made them easy to "sew".
We ordered the heart shaped holders and I am not seeing them in stock currently. But honestly, I think the rectangle ones might be better for both girls and boys!
After we sewed, the kiddos went to town decorating and personalizing them with their names!
My girls are calling them their Valentine's Day purses, but these are perfect for Valentine's holders for class parties!
For everything that comes in these packs.. this is a steal of a deal and the perfect craft to do on Valentine's Day. I bought two packs so there are enough for each student to make their own.
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I hope you have a wonderful Valentine' s Day party!
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