Valentine’s Exchange and Pics of the Day!

Wow.  Valentine’s Day is not for the weak of heart…at least not when you are a teacher… =)
Just a quick post about my super fun Valentine Class Exchanges 
(a huge thanks to Caitlin and Sarah for hosting it!!).  
I must be special, because I got TWO Valentine Exchange partners…and it worked out so well!  Here are the awesomely cute Valentine’s Cards my kiddos got from Mrs Cotten 
from Virginia (Kinders on the Block Blog…check her fun blog out!!!)
and here is a pic of the sweet cards my kiddos got from Mrs Guntorius’ Class in Texas.  
(check out her cute blog, too!)
My kids were THRILLED…it was like Christmas!
And here are some snapshots from our day=)
A picture of the cards I made my students:
 The Valentine Bags inspired by Pinterest and The Teacher Wife (love, love, love her!!):
 And the Inspired Apple (another fav) inspired the cute cards I made:
“I ‘moustache’ you a question….Will you be mine?”


  1. I love the way you did your mustache pictures with the photo edit and everything right on there!!

    I took pictures of the kids with mustaches and then we decorate large cards with the question and shew, it took a while!! 🙂

    Saving this idea for next year! 🙂

    Creating & Teaching

  2. Oh my goodness! I totally agree with that Valentines Day in 1st grade is not for the weak of heart! It looks like your kiddos had so much fun and your monster bags turned out adorable!

    I am you newest follower and love your blog! Thanks for sharing all of your great ideas and finds!

    First Grade ABCs

  3. I love what you did with the "I Mustache you a question" activity. What a cute variation! We did the activity from The Inspired Apple too. I will have to keep in mind how you did yours! 🙂

  4. I love your cute monster Valentine Bags!! Thank you so much for the Valentine goodies you sent me through the Bloggy Gift Exchange! I couldn't believe you got my name!! I love your blog and your creativity is amazing! Thank you so much for making my Valentine's Day! I love all of it!!! (I posted about it yesterday!)
    Teaching First

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