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3 Easy Valentines to Give Out at School

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Get creative with your kids and make one or all of these easy Valentines that they can give out at school. Sure you can go the route of buying Valentines at a store but these ideas are quick, easy, affordable and way more creative! Your kids will have a blast making lollipops, Olaf-inspired treats and using a juice box in a way they never thought possible! Try these ideas to warm their classmates' hearts! 

Chocolate Lollipops 


Make your own chocolate lollipops in just minutes and give out at school! 

What You’ll Need 

  • Chocolate melt candies in pink and red (available at craft stores) 
  • Gift tags
  • Treat bags 
  • Valentine’s Day candy molds like hearts or lips  


  1. Place chocolate melt candies in a microwavable bowl and melt until creamy. 
  2. Pour into molds and refrigerate until hard.
  3. Pop out of the molds and place into treat bags. 
  4. Tie a tag around the lollipops that says, “I’m a sucker for you.” 

Olaf S’mores Kit 


Every kid will appreciate a Frozen-inspired valentine! 

What You’ll Need 

  • Treat bags 
  • Gift tag and Olaf printout 
  • Regular sized marshmallows 
  • Mini marshmallows 
  • Pretzel sticks 
  • Chocolate chips 
  • Candy corn 


  1. Inside a treat bag, add two mini marshmallows at the bottom for feet.
  2. Stack three regular sized marshmallows to build a snowman. You can make them different sizes by flattening one at the bottom of the body. 
  3. Add two chocolate chips on the bottom and middle marshmallow for buttons. 
  4. Place a pretzel stick on either side for the arms along with a candy corn nose. 
  5. Print out a picture of Olaf and paste it to a tag that says, “Valentine, you’re worth melting for.” 

Juice Box Valentine 


Kids love their juice! All you need is a juice book and to tie a tag around it that says, “Valentine, you’re my main squeeze.” Kids can hand these out to classmates along with some cookies or other treats. 


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