Can you feel the love!? Sure, Valentine’s Day may be a Hallmark holiday, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get swept off your feet and celebrate something every child deserves: L-O-V-E.

How do you recognize the holiday in your classroom? We’ve gathered some ideas from members of the TpT community and are swooning over all of these sugary sweet activities. We also adore seeing the creative gifts that teachers make for their students — there’s no doubt your kids will feel loved and appreciated.

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“‘Chews’ this adorable craft for Valentine’s Day! Your little ones will create a sweet Valentine for a family member or friend, and complete two writing prompts!” – A Cupcake for the Teacher

 

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“If you’re thinking ahead to what Valentine’s Day gift you want to give to your students, try this! I find the heart mallows at Walmart or Target, then just add graham crackers, wrapped Hershey’s, and a label (Melt My Heart)!” – Holly Hodges at Research and Play

 

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“It’s time to print, cut, and share some teacher love with your students! Did you know Teacher Thoughts come in black and white for easy printing? Happy February!” – The Creative Classroom – Ashlyn Ellsworth

 

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“Be mine, Valentine Glow Tags!” – Mrs Beattie’s Classroom


 

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“Who knew there was so much fun to be had with candy conversation hearts? This packet is a perfect addition for February.” –KinderKids

 

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Love this new one: Two-Step Word Problems – Valentine’s Day Themed.” – Love Believe Teach with Jo-Ellen Foody

 

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“I posted this fun Valentine’s Bingo set last night! Can’t wait to play it with my kiddos in February!” – Primary Punch

 

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Looking to build student reading reading fluency and comprehension each day? Comprehension Mats will do the trick. Perfect for 1st grade, and students will love the engaging topics and variety of stories.” – Proud to be Primary 

 

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“Big collection of my popular interactive coloring sheets themed for all occasions. Valentine’s Day, Spring, Easter, End of school, Back to School, Halloween, Christmas, and more are all included in this BUNDLE that includes over 80 of my teacher-favorite interactive coloring sheets in this one product with one goal in mind — to help you save money and time!” – Art with Jenny K

 

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Valentine’s Day Math & Literacy Activities that can be used as independent centers, small group practice, or even write the room cards!” – K is for Kinderiffic


Loving these ideas and want to see others? Check out more Valentine’s Day Resources on TpT!

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