As "Room Rep" for my Kindergartner's class, I have the duty of planning the V-Day party.
In less than 24 hours I have a rough plan, pending approval from the teacher.
Actually, it's not that big of a deal.
I'm only required to plan four centers, one being a snack.
Here's what I got!
Decorate-your-own Valentine Bags
They're going to need something to hold all those Valentines, right??
I'm thinking pink bags for the girls, and red for the boys, or white bags for all.
I just really like color whenever possible.
Each of the kids can decorate as they choose with stickers, markers, etc...
I thought it might be cute to have these labels
(one per bag & framed with cardstock)
on the front, for the kids to write their names...
Thumbprint Valentine for Mom & Dad
SO simple AND cute!
Provide pink or red construction paper, red acrylic paint, wiggly eyes & markers.
Conversation Heart Graph
A little math won't hurt!
We actually did this same activity (different printable), in my son's Pre-K
class last year, and I figure it's still appropriate and fun for Kindergartners.
Provide snack size ziploc bags filled with
approximately 20-30 hearts and one graph per child.
for the printable graph!
Decorate your own cupcake
Provide plain vanilla cupcakes (or red velvet would be fun), icing & sprinkles
That wasn't so hard! :)