Bubbles Classroom Valentines “Your Friendship Blows Me Away” with Free Printable

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Valentine’s Day isn’t just for romance – kids love it, too! My kids are especially excited for this year’s classroom Valentine exchanges. The students make their own Valentine boxes (some get really creative) and give out valentine cards and treats to all of the other students at the school Valentine’s Day party.

Bubble Classroom Valentines

I’m all for letting my kids have some fun putting together their boxes and exchanging little gifts with each other, but I’d really like them to curb the candy, candy, candy mentality. Yes, it’s fun to have sweet treats, but Valentine’s Day can definitely turn into sugar overload!

Child Blowing Bubbles

If you’re looking for a non-candy alternative for your kids’ classroom exchanges this year, here’s a super, SUPER easy “Your Friendship Blows Me Away” Valentine craft to put together with your kids or by yourself. This one uses BUBBLES…and what kid doesn’t love bubbles?!

Bubbles Classroom Valentine Card Supplies

 

Materials Needed

Here’s what you’ll need to put together this fun craft:

Mini Bubble Bottles AssortmentMini Bubble Bottles AssortmentMini Bubble Bottles AssortmentHeart Curling RibbonHeart Curling RibbonHeart Curling RibbonNeenah Cardstock, 8.5Neenah Cardstock, 8.5Neenah Cardstock, 8.5

 

 

How to Make Bubble Classroom Valentines

 

1. Begin by cutting out the Valentines from the free printable sheet. There are ten on each sheet, so print however many you need. I recommend printing on white cardstock to be sure the Valentines don’t easily crumple.

2. Use a hole punch to place a hole in one corner of each Valentine.

3. Tie one Valentine to each bottle of bubbles using thin ribbon or twine of your choosing.

Easy peasy, right? And now you’re all set for Valentine’s Day exchanges!

Bubbles Classroom Valentine Cards

Bubbles Classroom Valentines "Your Friendship Blows Me Away" with Free Printable

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Instructions

  1. Begin by cutting out the Valentines from the free printable sheet. There are ten on each sheet, so print however many you need. I recommend printing on white cardstock to be sure the Valentines don’t easily crumple.
  2. Use a hole punch to place a hole in one corner of each Valentine.
  3. Tie one Valentine to each bottle of bubbles using thin ribbon or twine of your choosing.

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