Melissa from The Joys of Home Educating made these fantastic crayon hearts to give to her kids' friends for Valentine's Day. I think this is a terrific idea and my silicone heart molds are on their way right now from Amazon so I can make some for my daughter and her friends.
The best part is they are simple to do. Put your broken crayon pieces in silcone cupcake trays and place in the oven at 250 degrees for about 15 minutes. That's it!
Check out these free printable classroom Valentines we're giving away designed by Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine. These are such a fun and easy way to send your kids to school with Valentines for their friends. Come on, who doesn't want to be called a "smarty" while eating candy?
To make these Valentine's Day cards, just download the files, print them out, cut them out, fill them out, then tape a pack of Smarties to the front of the Valentine. It's just that simple. Plus these are great Valentines to give to family members too!
I 'm excited to be giving away these "sealed with a kiss" classroom Valentines.
Just print them out, fill them out, and tape a Hershey's Kiss to the middle of each one. Now your child will be able to share a touch of sweetness with his or her friends! We've already gotten them ready for Lainey's classmates.