We’re just about finished designing and photographing our new class Valentines, and we can’t wait to share them with you all. We have created some super-cute Valentines over the years, so before we get to the new stuff, we wanted to post our best class valentines from the archives. Here’s the top six in no particular order…
I had hoped to take on 2015 as a more organized and patient Mom. So far, those resolutions aren’t making it into reality. While I’m trying not to get to down on myself, I am working ahead for Valentine’s Day, which will be here before we know it.
I was super excited when I remembered the fabulous printable bundle that we shared last year. It’s packed full of more than 22 Valentine’s ideas, including this adorable lunchbox kit that we contributed. This bundle is seriously going to make Valentine’s prep a cinch!
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I just realized that we never shared the kids craft project we created for Raising Arizona Kids magazine this month. …
Math facts, math facts, math facts! Is it really possible to over study them? I think not. So, we present you this week’s worksheet: For the Love of Math Skip Counting.
As a mom of boys, I’m adamant that we share a fantastic boy Valentine each year. Our Boy’s Valentine from last year still has me giggling, but truth be told: last year Liam had a last-minute mind change and instead of passing out whoopie cushions he passed out these: slightly nerdy (but in a totally good way) mini Rubik’s inspired puzzle cubes. They were a hit!!
Like most girls in America, my oldest two are currently obsessed with their Rainbow Looms. So naturally we needed a Rainbow Loom Valentine that they can give classmates. I am not sure whether I was inspired by Brave, Katniss or Cupid, but my girls were keen on the bow-and-arrow motif too.
We created this navy and fuchsia Valentine to coordinate with our free printable Preppy Valentine’s Day Decor. Play up the “Heart of Gold” sentiment by adding a gold treat or embellishment. We dressed up this Valentine three different ways, two of which require no candy!
You know the whole cliché, “X is the new black?” Of course you do — that’s why it’s a cliché. Seriously though, I recently tried to find black, dress pants for baby Rockwell and everywhere had just navy?! I do like navy, it’s just that he already has a pair of navy pants; regardless, we’ve decided to fully embrace the navy trend with this adorably preppy Valentine’s LOVE Banner.