Hello Teacher Friends! Last night, I went Target for TWO things. Just.two.things. I had even mentally prepped myself on the drive over to the store. “I need gross chalky Valentine candies for math graphing and Valentine cards for my kids. I will ONLY buy the gross candy and cards.” An hour later, I loaded my cart filled with bags into my car. #fail
While I was looking for something to give my kids for Valentine’s Day, a cute and colorful package of 24 bubble tubes caught my eye. $2.99?! Yes, please! I wanted to give my kids something tiny and something that did not add to the million pounds of sugar I knew they were getting ready to consume. I whipped up these little Valentine bubbles gifts to give to my students.
What You Need:
tape or Glue Dots
Free Valentine’s Day template cards (see below)
How To Make Your Valentine’s Day Bubble Gifts
Assembling these gifts is EASY! Print out the Valentine’s Day template cards by clicking HERE. Tape the bubble tubes onto the cards. You can also use Glue Dots to connect the tubes to the paper. Using Glue Dots makes the gifts look much prettier, because you can’t see the tape. Then, sign your name at the bottom. Enjoy!
If you like this little freebie, or if you already have your Valentine’s Day gifts made, you can pin the graphic below to your Pinterest board to save the idea for next year.
These are so adorable! I did something similar to this last year when I was in kindergarten. This year I am giving mine glow stick bracelets. They are cute too! I found the printable online and I am blogging about it today. I hope you will hop over and check them out too!