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If you’re a grown up in charge of little ones, Valentine’s Day means you’ll be spending the evening of February 13 assembling 30 treats for a classroom of cute kiddos. I’ve got your back! Here are three SUPER easy printable classroom valentine ideas that will make you look VERY put together…no one will know you did it the night before.

Watch here to see how I packaged everything up!


These little popsicle boxes are so adorable! Fold them along all the crease line before assembling.

Then fill with treats! Below is everything you’ll need!



My 9 year old son wasnt too keen on the pink popsicles so he opted for a pizza themed valentine! I started with cellophane bags and filled them with stickers and treats.



This is probably one of my favorites to make! It’s so cute and easy! Fill the bag with whatever you want!


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11 thoughts on “3 Easy Classroom Valentine Printable Ideas

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  2. This is exactly what I needed! Those last-minute Valentine’s Day crafts for the kids can be a real scramble. These printable ideas are lifesavers – super cute, easy on the wallet, and nobody will suspect they weren’t planned weeks in advance! Thanks for being a lifesaver for all us grown-ups with little valentines A Small World Cup! Can’t wait to see what other Valentine’s Day hacks you have up your sleeve!

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