The beautiful frame and pencil clip art were created by Ashley Hughes. Fonts are by Kimberly Geswein of KG Fonts. I purchased the stickers and goodie bags at Michaels. The goodie bags have pencils from the dollar store and balls from Amazon. Here are some photos of my son pretending to "covet" the items for the goodie bags,
Using the word "write" on my Valentines will be perfect, since we're reviewing homophones next week. I'm sincerely hoping that the parents don't think I can't spell!
Now, for a blast from the past. A couple of years ago, we ended up having a Hundredth Day-Valentine's Day-Mustache Day celebration. We had several snow days and everything ended up getting lumped together. It was a lot of fun. These are the valentines I made that year. Below that is a photo of two of my girls rocking the mustache look.
I thought it would be fun to also share what I did for my kids last year. They woke up to a breakfast table that had Valentine's Day plates and napkins, cards, and little gifts.
What do you do for Valentine's Day? I'd love to read about it in the comments.