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Valentine's Day Projects and Bulletin Board Displays

Ideas for Valentine's Day reading projects, creative writing assignments, and bulletin board displays.

Non Candy Valentine Ideas for Kids

"Our Class is All Heart" is a LOVE-ly title for a February bulletin board display.

These cute Valentine's Day butterflies were made using cups and construction paper.

These "Little Monster Card Holders" are a fun Valentine's project for students to make using recycled plastic milk jugs.

"Valentine, Let's Stick Together," using craft sticks, is a unique idea for creating Valentine's Day cards.

Students would have fun making these plastic milk jug "Love Bugs" for Valentine's Day.

"Reading: It's at the heart of it all!" is an nice idea for a Valentine's bulletin board display that has a reading theme.

This is a cute idea for a Valentine's Day classroom door display.

"Owl Be Your Valentine" is a creative idea for a Valentine's Day bulletin board display with an owl theme.

This is a cute idea for a Valentine's Day bulletin board with a reading theme. Have each student design a "heart flower" describing a book that they love and place the flowers in flower pots or a create a garden for your bulletin board display.

FREE: Download this free Valentine's Day 5 page bulletin board display banner and matching worksheet. This free download is only available from Feb. 1 - Feb. 14, 2013 from Unique Teaching Resources' February newsletter "Teachers Have Class!"

FREE: Download this free Valentine's Day letter writing worksheet and a matching 5 page bulletin board display banner. This free download is only available from Feb. 1 - Feb. 14, 2013 from Unique Teaching Resources' February newsletter "Teachers Have Class!"

During the month of February, use heart shaped sticker charts to motivate your students to reach a goal that you have set for them.

This "Fall In Love With Nouns" powerpoint lesson is a fun way to review nouns with your students on Valentine's Day.

Encourage your students to read books independently this February with these "I Love Reading!" sticker charts.

This page contains a huge list of fun creative writing prompts, activities, and projects for Valentine's Day and February.

These "Monster Mailboxes" made out of tissue boxes and egg cartons would be fun for students to create prior to Valentine's Day to place their Valentine's Day card in.

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Creating red cardinals with heart-shaped wings and a heart message that the birds are "tweeting" would make a cute idea for a Valentine's Day bulletin board display. I would make this a reading bulletin board display with a title such as "We're Tweeting About Books That We Think Are Sweet For Valentine's Day!" From: Parents Animal Shaped Valentine's Day Cards

"Butterfly Valentine" The wings of this butterfly project are made entirely out of heart shapes and would be ideal to use during February for a Valentine's Day bulletin board display. Use a title that combines flying and love such as "We're Flying High With Books That We Love This February!" for the title for a February reading bulletin board display. From: Parents Animal Shaped Valentine's Day Cards

Creating Valentine's Day love bugs is a cute craft project. I would create a bulletin board display with a title such as "We Love Reading! Don't Bug Us When We Are Reading Books!" Somewhere on the love bug, students could write about a book they love.

I really like the idea of using an extra large sign language "I Love You" hand holding a heart for part of a Valentine's Day bulletin board display.

This dog project made entirely of heart shapes is "dog-gone" cute!

Integrate science and the theme of Valentine's Day together and study about the heart during February. "It's All About Your Heart" is a great idea for a heart related Valentine's bulletin board display.

Rather than giving your students chocolate for Valentine's Day, I like this idea to give them a "Sweet Tooth (Tooth brush) Valentine!" I'm sure the parents of your students will think that this is a "sweet" idea!

As teachers, we use hand prints a lot, but I love this idea of using two foot prints to create a heart shape. The title "I Love You From the Bottom of My Sole" is a fun and unique title for Valentine's Day too!