It’s time to start thinking about Valentine Gifts since Valentine’s Day is just under a month away!
Isn’t it funny how quickly the holidays come and go once Halloween hits? I have been looking around for Valentine’s day decor and outfits on Amazon like a madwoman!
This year, I finally get to do some crafts with Rosie and make her classmates some Valentine gifts. I can’t decide if I want to do something with candy, games or something educational. I am leaning towards something educational but maybe I will throw all three into the mix!
MAJOR MOM POINTS.
Rosie’s class is practicing letters and every week they have to bring in an object that starts with the letter they are learning about. One week it was “F” and I had her bring in a stuffed animal flamingo. If you can’t tell… I like to make this a challenge and I know the teachers enjoy it because they said every other kid brought firetrucks.
Not this mama!
I love to be different. My husband and I make a game of what object Rosie should bring in next.
Oh, the joys of parenting…
So now that we are planning on making 16 small gifts for her classmates, I browsed through Pinterest and found some seriously adorable Valentine gifts that would be perfect for her classmates.
BONUS: Most of them have free printables!
1. Valentine Donut Printable
Ok but for real, who doesn’t love donuts?
These would be fun with assorted flavors of donuts like a strawberry donut, a chocolate donut dipped in a pink frosting or a classic donut with pink sprinkles!
You can get the free printable here: Valentine Donut Printable
2. Lego Valentine Card
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Ok, I think this is such a cute Valentine gift. Rosie just got a bunch of these today and she is obsessed with them.
You could do them in all pink and red if you wanted to get super into the Valentine spirit.
You can get the free printable here: Lego Valentine Card
3. Dinosaur Valentine Card
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How cute is this?!
So many of Rosie’s friends are obsessed with dinosaurs.
I am a fan of Valentine cards that have something other than candy and this is the perfect toy!
You can get the free printable here: Dinosaur Valentine Card
4. You Are the ‘Write’ Kind of Friend – Shuttle Pen Valentines
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I think out of all Valentine gifts listed on here, this is one of my favorites.
I remember loving these pens as a kid and I think it’s such a great gift to give other little kids.
They can practice drawing, practice their colors and just have fun doodling!
Amazon has a great deal on the shuttle pens here!
You can get the free printable here: You are the ‘Write’ Kind of Friend – Shuttle Pen Valentines
5. Valentine Hershey Kisses Labels
Let’s be real… there’s no candy that says “Happy Valentine’s Day” like Hershey kisses and Hershey hugs.
The labels on the bottom of these are super cute too!
You can get the free printable here: Valentine Hershey Kisses Labels
6. Color Your Heart Out – Printable Valentine Card
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Coloring is Rosie’s favorite activity to do ever. Well, that is beside playing outside, dancing, and popping bubbles
This is a super cute activity for the kids in her class! I would just get the large 64 count crayons and divide them among the class.
You can get the free printable here: Color Your Heart Out Printable
7. Starburst Candies Valentine Tag
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I feel like this would be a big hit with her class. I mean, who doesn’t love starbursts?
Pink starbursts is my favorite by far… what’s yours?
You can get the free printable here: Starburst Candies Valentine Tag
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8. Gem of a Friend
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Replacing the ring pop wrapper with a clear one makes such a difference!
These look super cute and colorful. I know Rosie would be obsessed with these.
She probably wouldn’t leave any left to share with her class.
You can get the free printable here: Gem of a Friend
9. You’re the “Balm” Valentine’s Day Card Printable
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I feel like this Valentine card was made for me. I have a serious obsession with chapstick and an even more serious obsession with EOS.
Although this is a pricier gift, it would be cute for Rosie to give to her close friends.
You can get the free printable here: You’re the “Balm” Valentine’s Day Card Printable
10. You A-MAZE Me Valentine
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Oh, these mazes bring back memories from my childhood.
I loved playing with these and I could sit there for a good 20 minutes trying to get the ball through the maze.
Sounds like a nice (quiet) distraction for our kids, huh?
You can get the free printable here: You A-MAZE Me Valentine
11. Valentine’s Day Bookmark
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These aren’t printables but an adorable DIY gift you can do with your kid.
Grab a ton of these free paint color samples and hole punch hearts in them.
Add some cute Valentine’s Day colored ribbon to the top and TA-DA… bookmarks!
I might combine this gift with one or two others. How can I pass up an easy gift like this?
12. Unicorn Lollipop Valentine Printable
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As I was writing this blog post, Rosie came to sit on my lap for a minute before bedtime.
She immediately saw this picture and went, “OHHHHH!!! Mommy, what is THAT!?!” She was so excited about this unicorn. Specifially, the lollipop.
So, I think it’s only fair to say that this is probably her favorite Valentine Day gift out of all the ones listed.
I wish I saw this sooner because her first birthday party was unicorn and rainbow themed! I could’ve made invitations just like this.
P.S. Isn’t her rainbow skirt from her party just the cutest?
You can get the free printable here: Unicorn Lollipop Valentine Printable
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13. Valentine’s Day Tic Tac Toe Board & Bag Topper
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Who doesn’t love playing tic-tac-toe? Especially with M&M’s!
These are a bit too advanced for Rosie’s class but it’s a good one to keep in mind for future Valentine gifts.
You can get the free printable here: Valentine’s Day Tic Tac Toe Board & Bag Topper
14. Candy Love Bug Craft
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How sweet are these little butterflies!
You could play around with different flavored M&M’s or even do other bagged candy like skittles. Y.U.M.
You can get the free printable here: Candy Love Bug Craft
15. Valentines with Bubbles Printable
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Remember Valentine gift #6 when I mentioned Rosie loves playing with bubbles?
I think this would be her ULTIMATE GIFT for her friends.
Also, all kids love bubbles. Am I right?
You can get the free printable here: Valentines with Bubbles Printable
16. Printable Kitten Valentines
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What a sweet Valentine’s card.
We have two cats of our own and this would be super cute for the kids in her class!
You can get the free printable here: Printable Kitten Valentines
17. Cute Kids Valentine’s Day Treat Poppers Craft
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Now, this is a FUN gift.
It involves toilet paper rolls, tissues paper, stickers and best of all, a little gift inside!
You can get the free printable here: Cute Kids Valentine’s Day Treat Poppers Craft
18. Love You S’more Printable Valentine Printable
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Oh my goodness, did you guys know that Peeps makes heart-shaped marshmallows?!
Need I say more?
You can get the free printable here: Love You S’more Printable Valentine Printable
19. Simple Valentine’s Gift: Favorite Peeps
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Speaking of heart-shaped Peeps, what about Peeps on a stick?
I think the saying on the card is just adorable.
You can get the free printable here: Simple Valentine’s Gift: Favorite Peeps
20. DIY Cereal Valentines
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Did you guys ever get the mini cereal boxes in the mail?
I always thought that was so random but I loved it.
Besides, I think the spoon with the name on it is such a perfect (and personal) touch to the gift.
You can get the free printable here: DIY Cereal Valentines
This concludes my 20 Valentine Gifts for Classmates.
I would love to hear what Valentine’s gifts you are doing for your kid’s classmates so be sure to comment below!