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10 Free Valentine Classmate Exchange Printables

Valentine’s Day will be here within a few weeks. Your kids will probably be having a classroom party and you’ll be heading to the store to find the perfect Valentine’s Day cards for your kids. Before heading to the store, consider firing up your printer this Valentine’s Day. With a few clicks of the mouse and maybe some crafting you can create easy and beautiful cards that will be unique and stand out from the crowd.

Check out these 10 free Valentine classmate exchange printables below!

Just Poppin’ By idea from My Frugal Adventures

Pop over with these awesome valentines. You can fill them with popcorn or any candy.

Fish Bowl Valentine’s Card idea from Bliss Bloom Blog

Great for schools that don’t allow candy in the classroom.

Glowstick Valentines idea from Craftiness Is Not Optional

A fun and easy option for Valentine’s Day if you are looking for something quick to put together.

“Your Friendship is a Lifesaver” idea from Makely

Your children can help fill the bags and even make a counting lesson out of it by seeing how many they put in a bag!

A DIY Valentine: Naturally Sweet idea from Twig & Thistle

Use these stickers to add love to a lunch box or even classroom parties. It’s a great alternative for a healthy version of Valentine’s Day celebration.

Star Wars Valentines idea from Mommy Evolution

Get these for your Star War loving kids to give to their classmates.

“Have a Ball” Valentine idea from Simply Designing

Use a bouncy ball for this fun Valentine printable.

I think you’re pretty “KOOL” Valentine idea from Our Thrifty Ideas

Your child’s classmate will think your child is “kool” with these!

You Blow Me Away idea from Makely

Blow away your child’s classroom with these fun bubble Valentines.

Disney Princess Valentine Cards idea from Disney Family

Do you have a Disney princess fanatic? We got you covered with these awesome princess Valentines!

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