Fun Freebies for February!

Don’t Eat Pete is a fun game to play at your classroom Valentine’s Day party! This game will quickly become a class favorite!  Click {here} to check it out and download it for free. I also have a Halloween version {here}.
DIRECTIONS: Place one candy heart in each square of the game board. Send the first child away from the room, and have the remaining children choose which love monster will be “Pete”. Then have the first child come back and begin eating the candy hearts, one at a time. As soon as the child tries to pick up the candy heart that is on the “Pete” love monster, everyone yells, “Don’t eat Pete!!!!” Refill the game board with candy hearts, and play again with the next child. (You can also put sight words on top of each monster and have each child read the sight word before they can eat the candy.)


You can send your students home with LOVE POX! This is always such a fun activity and parents love it, too! Click {here} to learn more and get the free printable.

Your students will love these glow stick Valentines! Click {here} to get this free printable.

To make these Valentines, just print onto white card stock, cut out, sign your name, and tape onto a glow stick. Super easy, right?! Your students will be so excited to get these!
If you are a teacher, then you already have a drawer full of fun {fancy} pencils! Pull those pencils out and download this Valentine tag {here} and you’ll be ready to go on Valentine’s Day. *Note: You might want to sharpen all of the pencils ahead of time… otherwise you’ll have an instant line at your pencil sharpener. 

These packets are also perfect for February! Click on the pictures to learn more!

(The Classroom Kindness Project is a great February activity, but it can be used all year!)

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