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8 Candy Heart Games for Valentine’s Day

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Class Party Ideas | Valentine’s What sweet, pastel novelty makes an appearance every Valentine’s Day? Why conversation hearts of course! Instead of simply chomping them down at this year’s class party, use their color, size and familiarity for creative activities and  games students are sure to love! Check out some of our favorites here: Heart Races …

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Valentine’s Party Wrap-Up

Valentine's Class Party Ideas

Class Party Game, Craft, and Snack Ideas Free online sign up sheets help room parents organize parent volunteers quickly and easily, and our favorite Valentine’s posts from the month will help make your class party a thrilling, memorable time for the kids! Valentine’s Word Games Valentine’s Party Ideas (from heart brownies to marshmallow art)! Valentine’s …

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Valentine’s Party | Class Activity Word Games

Valentine's Class Party Ideas

Valentine’s Class Party Word Games Valentine’s party time Red, purple, pink Candies, fun cards, and tasty sweet treats For your child’s class Make this special time A fun-loving nod to St. Valentine Valentine’s Day is a great holiday to have fun with words!  Try some of these fun word games at your class party! 1. …

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Valentine’s Party Ideas

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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 …

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Conversation Heart Game Ideas

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Class Party Valentine’s Games with Candy Hearts Did you know the novelty conversation heart candy has been around for over 150 years?  These pastel-colored, sweet candies continue to bring smiles each Valentine’s Day, and these simple yet fun games are sure to do the same! Candy Hearts Bingo: Simple enough – instead of playing with chips …

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