Valentine's Day Scrapbook

I wanted to share this darling idea for all those Valentine's cards that students get from their classmates and end up going up in a paper bag or a decorated box...and eventually end up in the trash can.  Instead, have students create a Valentine's Day scrapbook.   I've created directions (easy!) for you or a parent volunteer to pre-assemble the scrapbooks, grade level labels for the cover, a heart template and video (below) to show it to you live.  You can also catch a glimpe of students taping and putting their scrapbooks together from a Valentine's party several years ago in my first grade classroom.  Grab everything (but the construction paper) to get this ready for Valentine's Day HERE.

Coloring Page included in the free download HERE

Here's a Smilebox I made of our Valentine's Day party one year. You can see the kids assembling the scrapbooks at the party.

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Happy Reading! -Jen



Julie Michele said...

LOVE this idea! So excited to do something new this year for valentines day. Thanks for sharing!
Primary Pointe

First Family Vacation said...

What a great ideas! I love the Valentine book and the conversation poem with the candies!!! Love it, will use this month. :0

Stephanie Wilson-Scott said...

Loved these ideas! I will use the Valentine book and the conversation poem! Love them both.

Julie Marciniak said...

I have 5th grade helpers that come in everyday at recess. I will have them trace and cut the hearts ahead of time! May I ask where you got the coloring images on the front page? Those are adorable!
Have a wonderful weekend.
Ms. Marciniak's First Grade Critter Cafe

Jennifer Jones said...

Those are black and white coloring pages from Dover and the kids colored them, cut them out and glued them to the cover. I did see today some cute b/w hearts today at that were cute, $3.50 I think and with coupon code LOVE all her stuff is 50% off right now, you could enlarge one and reduce others.

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