3 Avery Templates for Easy Classroom Valentines

Cute and clever Valentine’s Day ideas you can craft with your kids

Thinking about making Valentines for your child’s classroom exchange? Schedule a crafts night with your kiddo to make one of these easy DIY Valentine ideas that will be a hit with their classmates. Here are three Valentine’s Day ideas you can create together.

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Individual cereal bags wrapped with a ribbon to hold a plastic spoon and an Avery tag that reads, “You’re cereal-sly awesome!” Shown on a white wood table top with light pink and white heart confetti.
Try a yummy and practical Valentine’s Day idea for kids.

Cereal-sly delicious Valentine’s Day idea

Cereal—it’s not just for breakfast anymore. These tasty treats are just as fun to give or receive, and the kiddos will have a blast trading them to get their favorite flavor.

To recreate this idea, simply open the predesigned “Cereal-sly” Avery template and print on 2-1/2″ round scalloped tags. Tie on the tags with red ribbon and matching spoons to wrap it up in a snap, crackle and pop.

Avery postcards that read, “Valentine, you’ve got the write stuff” with pink and red markers taped on the cards. The valentines are surrounded by bright pink heart confetti and eucalyptus branches.
Washi tape is great for sticking school supplies to classroom valentines.

“You’ve got the write stuff” valentines

What message will you put on your Valentine’s Day card this February 14th? Add a heartfelt quote, poem, or the all-time favorite— “Will you be my valentine?”

Use our free “You’ve got the write stuff” predesigned template on 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ Avery printable postcards to recreate this look. 

To create personalized valentines, try one of our free customizable Valentine’s Day templates for 4″ x 6″ postcards. In Avery Design and Print Online, you can modify with your own text, colors, shapes and clipart from the Avery Gallery.

Postcards printed with “You Make Me Glow Crazy” Avery templates and attached to pink glow sticks for kids. Shown on a white background surrounded by crafting supplies, heart confetti and beautiful fresh pink roses.
Classroom valentines with something kids can play with are always a hit.

Glow stick DIY valentine cards

When you’re a kid, glow sticks aren’t just glow sticks. They can be magic wands, lightsabers, light-up drumsticks, and more.

Share the spark with fellow classroom cupids using our free “Glow” template for 3″ x 5″ printable index cards.  

Share your love of crafting with your kids

Looking for more crafting ideas for your kids? Try these 7 kids’ crafts that are perfect for a rainy day or our amazing list of 29 fun family activities you can do when the kids say “I’m bored.”

Follow us on Pinterest for more Valentine’s Day ideas and tag your Valentine’s Day projects on Instagram with #averyproducts!

Author: JoJo Mrgich

JoAnn (JoJo) Mrgich is a copywriter and SEO content writer who began her copywriting career in 2011. A musical theater major at the time, JoJo began writing blog articles, product descriptions, and other online content for a dancewear brand. Since then, she has gone on to write in a variety of fields, from essential oils and natural beauty to fashion and swimwear, finally landing at Avery, which she affectionately calls her "forever home." At Avery, JoJo writes content for the Avery blog, covering everything from organization to party planning, as well as contributing to other online content for avery.com. She is also a technical and content writer for Avery Industrial, where she writes in-depth articles that span a wide variety of topics, from safety compliance to 5S lean practices. In her personal life, JoJo is a big fan of fantasy and science-fiction works such as Lord of the Rings and Star Trek (especially the original series). She also loves going to Disneyland and runs a non-profit social organization of 600 members that brings fans of "nerd culture" together for meet-ups and events in Southern California.