This inexpensive “You make my heart leap” Frog Toy Valentine is sure to be a hit with the kids at the class exchange!
My kids can’t wait for February 12th to arrive (since Valentine’s Day lands on a Sunday this year) so they can hand out goodies to their school friends. We’ll most likely be giving out the “Treat” Valentines that I posted last week, but I wanted to share another fun idea today that’s non-food and non-candy, since we know there will be plenty of that to go around. I’ll be tucking these in the kids’ mailboxes to surprise them one morning leading up to the special day.
I found these adorable jumping frogs at Walmart in the seasonal section. There are eight in a pack for just $1! It doesn’t get much cheaper than that! I love how colorful they are against the pink gingham background of the cards.
My kids could play with these things for hours, so I came up with a cheesy-cute phrase to incorporate them into a fun Valentine for their friends.
You can add the To: and From: at the top. Simply print them out on white cardstock, cut along the dotted lines and secure a toy frog to the heart with some washi tape. Super easy and oh so cute!
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These adorable Valentine’s sentiments come together quickly and are sure to get the kids excited.
Happy Love Day!
Here are some more fun class Valentine ideas from past years.