6 Classmate Exchanges For Valentines Day

#1 Popping Valentines Simple and fun popcorn classmate exchanges. Purchase enough microwave popcorn bags so each classmate gets one. Then Print off our FREE popcorn wrappers. Wrap popcorn bags using double sided tape. Then allow your child to personalize by addressing them to each child in their class. Click here to download your Popcorn wrappers




# 2 Bags Of Treats
Fill clear cello bags with your child’s favorite candy or bake up some goodies, print off the FREEbie topper from The Celebration Shoppe.

Then have your child sign his/her name, fold and staple It’s that simple. Instructions provided for adding ribbon over at The Celebration Shop.

#3 Double FUN

From: Family Fun
  • Double-sided tape
  • Individually wrapped treats
  • Card stock
  • Marker


  1. Using double-sided tape, secure one end of 2 individually wrapped treats inside a piece of folded card stock.
  2. Write your message with marker on the outer flap.
    Suggested Messages
    “We’re two of a kind!”
    “You’ve met your match!”
    “You’re two cute.”

#4Heart Rice Krispie PopsThese are fun and yummy. Get out the boxes of Rice Krispie and your bags of marshmallows to create these fun classmate treats. Use cello bags to cover them and create classmate exchanges by adding a tag. Full directions over at Skip to my lou.



#5 Candy Wraps
Create fun Valentines by wrapping Hershey candy bars, Sweet Tarts or Lifesavers with these fun wrappers from Family Fun

  • Printable wrappers with messages (see instructions 1.)
White paper

  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Color printer
  • Hershey candy bars, LifeSavers, SweeTarts
  1. Download and print out the wrappers on a color printer.
    Hearty’s Bar for Friends
    Hearty’s Bar for Parents
    Love Savers
  2. Cut out the fake labels and wrap them right over the real ones, sealing them with a glue stick.

#6 Chocolate Dipped Oreos
Get your kids involved to help makes these fun yummy Chocolate dipped Oreos. Then place in cello bags and tie with a festive ribbon and add a tag. Full directions over at Home Based Mom.


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