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Smarties Valentines come with free printables. Ideal for classroom giving. (Tip Junkie)

and we have a winner! these are our valentine's day cards for school.

Valentine Card: Candy Planes | Crafts | Spoonful

  • Lisa Biles

    That's super cute

  • Evelyn Frias

    I want that now it reminds me of my culture of Mexico in Halloween there are sugar skulls in my street.

  • Sarah

    Wow... my Mom and I made these about 15 years ago as a treat to pass out to the kids in my class for Valentines Day! So cool to see it again!

Smarty Pants Valentine with Printable.These would be great to take to Quiz Bowl or give before the CRCT.

My Minecraft-obsessed children will have a blast wrapping these printable Minecraft wrappers on boxes of Valentines smarties for their friends. Absolutely perfect and a fun way to get them involved.

"Happy Valentine's Day, Smartie Pants!", kids valentines, free printable.

Hey Smartie Valentine, free printable. We made these over the w/e for my 5 yo to give to his class! I just love hand made & simple.

How to Make 3-D Photo Valentine’s Day Cards! #valentinesday #thefrugalgirls

Valentine's game plinko with conversation hearts. Easy and quick to make. Supplies: For grid: 8 1/2" x 11" paper size 1 inch margin 8 point weight for dots .75 dots per cm (for conversation hearts) or .94 dots per cm (for Smarties candy made by Smarties Candy Company ) Bathroom Cups or plastic shot glasses Translucent Push Pins Elmer's Foam Board (two pieces of 12"x12"; double-layer is required to cover sharp point of push pin)

  • Jennifer Schau

    How is this board made?

  • Cindy Grieve

    This is an extremely cheap and an easy game to make. Not only did the kids in the class have fun playing with it but the teacher did too. Supplies are listed above. Cut the foam board in half, I used pink. Then print the grid off the website above. I attached the paper grid to the foam board with a piece of tape leaving space at the top. I also added a slanted line of tacks on each side of paper going up to help guide the hearts into the grid. Next, I pushed tacks into every other shaded dot on the grid. Notice the tack placement on the picture. Make sure you skip a row of dots after each row of tacks. Lastly I attached, again with tape, the cups to the bottom of the board and wrote points on the front of them. Have fun.

  • evelyne

    thank you fot explaining

  • AugustMom

    What is the finished size of each board? The instructions say 12"x12" but the boards in the photo look rectangular rather than square.

  • Cindy Grieve

    I wanted mine to be bigger than what the website said so all i did is buy a poster board size and cut it in half. Whatever you choose should be fun

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*Rook No. 17: recipes, crafts & creative nesting*: BACK TO SCHOOL WEEK - "Good Luck Smartie Pants" Printable & Lunchbox Treat