Valentine’s Day Goody Bags

Ah, the days of classroom valentines and swapping sweet sentiments with your pals (and crushes!). Sharing love-filled cards and gifts in the classroom is a fun way for kids to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and who doesn’t like getting a Valentine’s Day card?! These goody bag ideas are filled with yummy treats and charming trinkets, and they make for great gifts in the classroom! See our Valentine’s Day goody bag inspiration below.

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If you’ve got a little one that you’re making classroom valentines for (Kristy did these for a class of kids ages 4-5), these snacks are a great idea! Grab these bags and fill them with crispy veggie hearts, sweetheart popcorn, organic lollipops, chocolate Cheerios, and Smarties heart candies.

These sports-themed valentines will score big with your little athlete! With a baseball, football, soccer, basketball, and tennis variation (with accompanying stress ball), these cards will be a hit for the whole classroom.

These dinosaur valentines are DINO-mite!! They come with dinosaur crayons and the back of the card has a fun dino picture for the kids to color!

How cute are these crazy straw valentines?? Sip on something sweet with these silly drink cards.

For an older group of kids (Kristy did these for kids ages 7 and 8), these giant lollipops filled with goodies are adorable! You can even add your own treats, like Nerds gummy clusters or organic lollipops.

You can also make boxes of goodies, filled with delicious snacks like mini chocolate chip cookies, red and pink swirled lollipops, and Valentine’s Day gummy bears! These watercolor paintbrush valentine cards also make a great addition.

Calling all LEGO lovers!! These building block valentines will have your littles filling hearts, not breaking them!

Diamond painting kits are all the rage, so why not give them out for Valentine’s Day?! These creative cards will bring a little sparkle to any classroom.

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