Let’s Make a Valentine Friend!

Let’s Make a Valentine Friend is a new craft/activity pack…I took the many
suggestions I have received and worked really hard to offer something that has a lot of variation available.  Like the elves and pilgrims, you can have kids create friends with different hair colors and styles…but in this pack, I have created a template for a LARGE friend and a SMALL friend…depending upon the amount of display space you have. I also included 4 different writing prompts (in a variety of cute fonts and then also some more practical/readable ones.) 
The pack also includes a Valentine Class Graph!
Hope you love it =)
Here are some more pictures:


These crafts are perfect for a writing extension of your Valentine themed book study!
I will choose three comments from below (between now and tonight at 9 central- January 3, 2012) by random generator and they will get this pack free! =) Don’t forget to Leave your email!


  1. I am your newest follower. Since I have had some time over the holidays to spend on the computer, I of course chose to spend it searching for more 1st grade blogs to follow. I think it is a sickness! Love your great ideas! I would love to win your adorable art pack!

  2. I am so jealous of teachers that are super crafty!! You would be right up on the top of that list. I would love to win this, but even if I don't I will definitely plan on buying it! Thank you for the opportunity!
    Katt Fornstrom

  3. "Kiss your brain" these are adorable! This is my first year teaching and February is my month to do the grade level's bulletin board, and I would love to do these! Great Job!

    Amber H.

  4. I found your blog via Pinterest…..being a retired first grade teacher, I love seeing what you are doing….now that I substitute at school, your ideas help me out. I adore your blog.

  5. I LOVE IT!!! (Just like all your other items!!)

    I'm on my way to TPT now! We made your Chinese Dragon from your Chinese New Year packet today…I'll be posting pictures soon! My kids LOVED it 🙂

    thanks for sharing your awesomeness!!!


  6. I would love these! So adorable and something parents would save forever 🙂 (I teach first grade AND have a first grader)!!! Thanks for sharing, Jill

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