Every year on the 14th of February across the United States, we give candy, flowers, and cards to the people we love. In the 1840s, Esther A. Howland began selling Valentine’s Day cards in America. She made beautiful cards with delicate lace and colorful ribbons. Today, there are more than one billion Valentine’s Day cards given out each year.
A Sweet Valentine’s Day Surprise just for YOU! We have created a cute and colorful pack of 32 Valentine’s just for you! There are two different versions to give you lots of options. For best results, print them on cardstock or Premium Brochure & Flyer Paper from Office Depot/Office Max.
These cards can be used in many different ways in the classroom:
- Give out to your students with a sweet surprise taped to the back (smarties or tootsie pops work well)
- Students can make them and hand them out to other students in the class.
- Use them as a fun Valentine’s Day center
- Use them as a Kindness Counts Activity
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