Sweet Ideas For School Valentines Day Parties

With Valentines Day just around the corner, its time to think about upcoming celebrations at school.  If you’re in charge of planning a classroom party, finding fresh ideas for crafts, games and treats can be a challenge.  Birthday in a Box, a great online source for party decorations and supplies, offers a helpful guide for planning a Valentines Day School Party.

It has ideas for invitations, decorations, food, party favors, games and activities.  We especially like the Valentines Mouse craft made from construction-paper hearts (above) and Stop in the Name of Love, a valentine version of the Hot Potato game.  (FYI: You could also use a Valentines stuffed animal or any heart-shaped object for this game instead of the cut-out heart as described in the guide.  If you play this game at your party, leave us a comment to let us know what you used for your hot potato.)

If youre in a DIY mood, take a look at these free Valentines Day Printables from the Tinyme blog:

 


Featuring Tinymes adorable graphics, these printables let you create cards and fun embellishments for Valentine gifts and treat bags.  (Consider using them to make a sweet Valentines gift for your childs teacher!)

Help your kids find the perfect valentines to pass out to classmates this year.  Oriental Trading Company has a wide variety of valentine cards with goodies attached.  We’ve included just a few fun examples below:


Heart Valentine with Bendable Pencil


Valentine Sticker Sheet Cards


Dino-Mite Eraser Valentine Cards

We hope these ideas inspire you and the kiddos!  Happy Valentines Day!

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  • Betty
    November 11, 2017

    These are really nice tips. Not that fresh but still worth to take it 🙂

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  • Michelle Moore
    November 23, 2017

    But the classical flowers or even paper flowers option also is still very populat on St. V parties.

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  • Emma Banks
    November 24, 2017

    Hand made magnets work really great! Bobby checked it the previous St. Val’s day and girlmates appreciated that 🙂

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  • Suzanne Nielsen
    December 2, 2017

    That’s a nice for me – this idea with a pack of the red/pink/purple/burgundy pencils or markers. Just by translating the very mood of this holiday it could be authentic and unusual. Like!

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