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Valentine’s Party Ideas

Class Party Ideas for Valentines

By: Sue Kirchner of ChocolateCakeMoments

Valentine’s Day is coming up and you need some class party and snack ideas, right? A Valentine’s Day class party is tough because you need to come up with games and activities that boys will like also. Here are some ideas to help make you the Room Mom of the year.

Valentine's Party Snack

 

Decorate Valentine’s Day Brownies

Everyone decorates cookies in the classroom but Valentine’s Day is all about chocolate. Bring in a sheet pan of brownies and let the kids cut out a heart-shaped piece of brownie to frost and decorate instead.  Click for supplies and directions for Valentine’s Day Brownies!

 

 

 

 

Valentines Party Game Idea

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Valentine’s Day Bingo

Kaboose.com has some free printable Valentine’s Day Bingo Cards. Use conversation hearts, red and pink M&Ms or other candy as markers.

Valentine’s Day Word Scramble

Write Valentine’s Day on the board and have the kids try to create as many new words as they can from the letters.

 

 

Valentine's Party Activity

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Marshmallow Art

Use edible markers and extra large marshmallows to make a sweet Valentine for a friend or Mom. Kids can draw hearts, flowers, and loving sentiments on their marshmallow then gift it to their Valentine. You can buy edible markers at craft stores or online at http://www.foodoodler.com/.  Here’s an example from thedecoratedcookie.com!

 

zakka life super hero pop

Photo Courtesy of Zakka Life Blog


Make a Super Hero Valentine Pop

Head over to the Zakka Life blog and use the free templates to print capes and masks to make this super duper cute Valentine that boys will love.

 

 

 

Have a wonderful party!

 

Sue Kirchner is the founder of ChocolateCakeClub.com and ChocolateCakeMoments.com, where she sells products and shares ideas that help busy families have more fun together, so they can have more ‘Chocolate Cake Moments’ – when they are smiling, relaxed, and enjoying their family time. Sue and her family fun ideas have been featured on TV, magazines, newspapers, and family blogs. When she’s not working, she is CFO (Chief Fun Officer) for her family. Check out her other kids’ party ideas at ChocolateCakeMoments.com.

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