1. Won't Chew Be Mine Gum ball Pack from 9 Valentine’s Day Ideas for Your Kid’s Classroom (Slideshow)
9 Valentine’s Day Ideas for Your Kid’s Classroom (Slideshow)
1. Won't Chew Be Mine Gum ball Pack
For some reason, kids seem to love gum. They chew it for three seconds until the flavor disappears and then are on to the next piece. So long as teachers don't mind the possible mess, this lovable gum ball pack makes a cute classroom gift.
2. KOOL Valentine
Kool-Aid is a perennial kid favorite, sweet and fruity. They'll flip for these Kool Valentine’s. Pair the label and Kool-Aid packet with a bottle of water for on-the-go fun.
3. Heart-Shaped Fruit Kabobs
Even on Valentine's Day, something healthy is always welcome. These heart-shaped fruit kabobs make an adorable addition to any classroom party. Pair it with a little fluffy fruit dip for an extra treat.
4. Heart Marshmallows
These marshmallows ― complete with a love message written in edible marker, are adorable. Attach a piece of twine to the marshmallow and to a card stock heart for a cute hot cocoa accessory.
5. Strawberry Love Bugs
Chocolate-covered strawberries are one treat that everyone loves. In this rendition, they are turned into adorable love bugs that kids will go nuts over.
6. Personalized Lollipop Cards
The Valentine Card with attached lollipop is old hat, something that's been around for years. This new spin ― a personalized version, complete with cute photo - is new and fun. Pair it with your favorite lollipop.
7. Valentine Marshmallow Pops
For the parent who wants to do homemade classroom Valentine but may be pressed for time, this one is for you. A few marshmallows, lollipop sticks, chocolate and ten minutes is all it takes for these cute marshmallow pops.
8. Pretzel Cupid's Arrow
Cupid is the man of the hour during Valentine's Day. Pay homage to him with these pretzel arrows. A few pretzels and some gummy hearts make an adorable classroom gift.
Sprinkle Loaded Pretzels
Chocolate-covered pretzels are the key directly to people's hearts. Instead of buying them for the classroom, make them at home with a few simple ingredients, a lot of brightly colored sprinkles and a half an hour of your time.