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STEM Valentines

I love the creativity people put behind their valentines these days! Scrolling on Pinterest you can find the CUTEST valentines using every pun imaginable {which you know is my jam!} Well, I’m throwing my hat in for creative valentines this year by sharing this STEM valentine with you.

Long gone are those boxes of tiny little papers ripped from a box. Oh, and don’t get me started on the “teacher” card that was always included…but was really just the back of the box!

Anyway, I’m here to share something that your students will be thrilled to have in their Valentine Bags this year!

I started dreaming of Luke’s valentines months ago {and came up with the cutest valentine for him to share with his school friends!}!

Well, in my planning, I created a unique valentine for you to give your students this year for Valentine’s Day – STEM Valentines!

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Supplies for STEM Valentines

These STEM Valentines are sure to be a hit with your class. To get these darling valentines ready to share, you’ll want to pop over to Target {or Walmart or Walgreens!} and grab a few bags of gummy hearts, some colored toothpicks, and small plastic baggies.

Making the Valentines

Simply print the free STEM Valentine gift tag below onto white or colored cardstock and hang it from the plastic bag! Voila – a yummy and educational valentine that is sure to be a hit in your classroom.

Enter your info to snag this fun STEM Valentine! I’ve included a colored tag version and black & white tag version for you to pick the best option.

I hope your class loves building these STEM Valentines {or at the very least, enjoy the gummy hearts!}

Check out this post for unique Valentine’s Day bag ideas!

Simple Valentine Bags for Valentines Day Party in the Classroom | Lucky Learning with Molly Lynch

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