Our son is celebrating Valentine’s Day at school today. He picked out sport-themed valentines. He was very excited about them, and they were the perfect treat for a nut-free classroom.
After signing 20 Valentines, he was ready to be done. But wanted to make a valentine for his teacher.
Unsure of where to start, I decided to see if PicMonkey had any Valentine’s Day art. Lucky me, they have some really cute stuff under their Sweethearts Theme. After looking at what was available, I decided to keep it simple and create heart valentines with a short message.
Each valentine is shown below – you can save them to your computer and print them on cardstock. I opened my images with Windows Photo Viewer (5×7 size, do not fit to frame).
Our son liked the #1 teacher message best and decided to give the same one to each of his three preschool teachers. After cutting the hearts out, they were ready for the little man to sign.
To give the teachers a healthy treat, we punched a hole in the upper left corner of each heart and tied them to cellophane-wrapped red apples.
Simple, sweet treats to say thank you to three very special teachers.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
2 Replies to “Simple Teacher Valentines”
What a great way to express gratitude to teachers! I also love that you used an apple instead of candy. This holiday is such a sugar overload!
Thank you. Our kids are often given fruit as a treat, so he was pumped to give his teachers one of his favorites 🙂