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Valentine, I PICK YOU!

I have another non-candy Valentine for you... I know, I am on a roll! These nose pencil sharpeners are my new favorite! I am pretty sure that these will be a crowd pleaser, whether you give them out to your first grade students or co-workers. 

Materials Needed:

Print these Valentines onto card stock and apply a few dots of hot glue to stick the nose pencil sharpener on. Then attach the pencil with a small piece of washi tape. I got the pencils pictured from the Target Dollar Spot, but I am sure you can find them most anywhere.  



Emoji Valentine Sack Template

Do you make valentine sacks with your students? Your students will adore these "Emoji Valentine Sacks" and they are perfect for holding valentines on Valentine's Day. Your students can create their own emoji character by choosing which eyes, mouth, and accessory to add, or they can create one of the emoji characters shown on the example page. There is also a "print & go" option available where you can print off the emoji characters (already assembled) and glue them to a white gift sack. Either option will turn out great!
This craft also comes with a small writing activity for the back of the valentine sack.
There are 6 different emoji templates included in this download:
   - Heart Eyes Emoji 
   - Pirate Emoji
   - Sunglasses Emoji 
   - Blowing a Kiss Emoji
   - Awkward Emoji 
   - Feeling Loved Emoji

These white gift sacks will work great with this craft! You can also get the bags at the dollar store, but they are a little more expensive per bag. Click the images below to check out the less expensive options! You can buy 25, 50 or 100 at a time. If you buy 100, then that is going to be the cheapest option per bag, and you will have them for the next few years! :)



I "Wand" You To Be My Valentine!

My daughter is SO excited to share these wand Valentines with her friends this year! She is all things fancy, princess, and ballerina, so these are perfect for her! I love how they aren't full of sugar and I am all about non-candy Valentines this year (and every year really). Check out the candy-free Valentines my son is going to give out by clicking <<HERE>> and the ones he gave out last year <<HERE>>.

We got the wands in the picture above at the Target Dollar Spot last year (2019). Fingers crossed that they have them again this February. Just in case they don't though, here are some other cute, reasonably priced options on Amazon:


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