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Classroom Valentine Ideas

Classroom Valentine Ideas

Decorating classrooms is an enjoyable activity for kids, and it creates remarkable memories of teamwork and having fun.

With Valentine’s Day nearing, you’re probably looking for simple and creative ideas to try with the students. Luckily, we’ll give you what you need.

We’ve made a list of many fun and straightforward classroom Valentine ideas. By the time you’re done, the classroom will look like Cupid visited it. So now, without further ado, let’s jump in!

Valentine’s Day Card and Pencil

Since Valentine’s Day is all about sharing gifts, you can encourage your students to make cute cards and give them to their friends.

This idea is pretty simple and doesn’t require many materials. They’ll merely cut paper into the shape of hearts and add two holes to fit the pencil. Next, they’ll slide the cute pencil through the heart, and voila! It’s ready to be shared.

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Cupid’s Heart Glow Stick Valentines

Glow sticks are a favorite for kids, and they’re safe to deal with. As a fun group activity, you can make small Valentine gifts so that the kids can share them with their loved ones.

You’ll need Valentine printables, glow sticks, glue, and scissors.

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Cute Monster Valentines

This idea has a cute monster theme that kids will love. You’ll need ready Valentine printouts, eye finger puppets, and an adhesive material.

Although this project doesn’t involve much handy work, kids love it because of its adorable design.

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You Rule Valentine

In this project, the kids will make cute giveaways using rulers. It includes no candy, so it’s a healthy alternative to many other ideas. In addition, it’s simple as they only have to stick pink rulers through printed cards.

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Valentine’s Glitter Goo

Kids love to play with goo, so they’ll enjoy doing this project. Although it might get too messy for your liking, it’ll improve the students’ artistic skills and increase their love for their school.

Of course, you’ll have to do a few steps on your own before you involve the kids, like mixing glue and borax, for example.

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You Color My World Valentines

This idea is more suitable for kindergartners and preschoolers for its simplicity. You can give each kid three or four crayons to stick to their Valentine’s card.

As for the card, you can either make it yourself or print ready-made ones that say “you color my world” at the top. Then, after the kids are finished, they can give their handmade cards to whoever they want.

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Friendship Rocks for Valentine’s Day

As a creative take on the usual paper projects, you can try this rock one instead. All you’ll need is rocks and red acrylic paint.

Next, tell your students to dip their fingers in the paint and create a heart shape with their fingerprints. You can also write names with a black marker on the rocks to personalize the gifts.

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Baby Shark Valentines

We have to admit we all got that song stuck in our heads for some time. Since kids are seemingly obsessed with the baby shark song, you can include it in this year’s Valentine’s Day crafts.

As for materials, you’ll need gummy shark candy and printable to create those small gifts.

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3D Optical Illusion Heart Art

All you’ll need for this project is lined paper, markers, and pencils. Next, you can show the kids how to create a 3D illusion using lines. It’s simple, fun, and never fails to impress little kids.

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Water Bottle Love Bugs

This idea is more suitable for older kids because it includes many details and handy work. The kids will create adorable love bugs using old water bottles.

They can also add a magical touch to their project and put glow sticks inside the bottles so that they’ll glow in the dark. The results will be perfect as Valentine’s Day giveaways.

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Pokémon Valentines

The Pokémon mania is seemingly still ongoing among the young generations. That’s why some kids will be ecstatic about this project.

It includes printing Pokémon balls and letting the kids cut them into the shape of cards. This project will take no time, and you’ll love the results.

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Paper Heart Wreath

Instead of each student creating a gift on their own, you can let them make this beautiful heart wreath and decorate the class with it.

Of course, they’ll need your supervision because of the cutting and stapling, but the teamwork will be enjoyable for them.

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Heart Windsock Craft

Another creative idea that’ll look stunning on your classroom’s walls is this windsock craft. The students will have a field day creating it as they’ll get to work together.

Also, it doesn’t require any artistic skills, so it’s suitable for preschoolers and kindergartners.

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Valentine Ladybug Craft

This idea will require some supervision and hard work on your side, but it’ll be forever memorable for the little kids.

After finishing, you can hang all of the students’ crafts on a bulletin board. The best part is that each gift includes a student’s picture, so it’s a personalized craft.

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Tissue Paper Heart Wreath

If you have a limited budget for this year’s Valentine’s Day crafts, you can attempt this tissue paper wreath with the kids.

The best part is that they’ll work together; accordingly, the project will improve their teamwork skills. Also, the result will look fantastic on the classroom’s wall.

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Wriggly Heart Snake Craft

This project is creative, fun to make, and looks lovely. It might be too challenging for kindergartners, but it works just fine for older kids.

They’ll cut papers in the shape of a heart and stick them together in a way that looks like a snake’s body. Also, they can stick a sweet message on each heart.

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Valentine’s Day Fingerprint Canvas

The kids will paint a huge canvas with their fingerprints in this project. This way, each student will put their artistic touch on the painting, but without making too much mess. Also, this idea doesn’t require any creative talents, so it’s perfect for toddlers.

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Valentine’s Day Pencil Toppers

Those pencil toppers are ideal for kids since they’ll get to use them during their school days. Also, they aren’t much of a challenge to make. Also, you can easily cut the heart shapes yourself if you don’t own a Cricut machine.

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Snail Hearts

Those snail hearts are cute and perfect as Valentine’s Day gifts for little kids. You’ll only need pink and green construction paper, scissors, and glue.

You can let the kids draw the snails, then cut them yourself to avoid injuries. All in all, you’ll have a fun day creating those crafts.

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Cardboard Roll Heart Stamps

If you have old cardboard rolls, you can use them for this idea. The kids will merely stamp hearts on a massive piece of paper using the rolls.

Since it doesn’t require any skills, it’s perfect for kindergartners. After they’re finished, you can hang the piece of art in the classroom.

Get the tutorial for Cardboard Roll Heart Stamps on

Now that you have enough ideas for this year’s Valentine’s Day, you can have a field day with your students doing an art project!

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Written by Joanne Gonzales

Joanne Gonzales has a passion for getting creative. Whether she is making personalized DIY gifts or taking part in larger arts and crafts projects, she puts her all into making new and beautiful things.

She lives with a group of close friends and believes in the natural way of life. Joanne has built an outdoor arts and crafts gallery that overlooks the countryside in her hometown, which is where all of her creations come to life.

Art started off as a hobby, but over time Joanne has mastered her skills and sold some of her favorite pieces. She works full time as a florist and has done for many years. It helps keep her creative juices flowing and she hopes to one day open her own florist shop with a twist.


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