Print and put together this cute slap bracelet Valentine for a classroom exchange.
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Kids have been enjoying slap bracelets for decades! These simple toys come in every color and pattern you can think of and are really inexpensive.
The best part; you slap them on your wrist. So much better than a traditional bracelet.
Turn a slap bracelet into a sharable Valentine that children can exchange in the classroom or with friends. These make a great alternative to candy treats and are fun for boys and girls.
There are so many different varieties of slap bracelets, here are a few of my favorites.
Silicone coated slap bracelets. These bands are nice and soft with no sharp edges. They come in a range of solid colors so every Valentine gets something different. You can even add some personalization with Cricut and adhesive vinyl.
Extra perk! I use these bracelets to hold together my craft vinyl rolls.
Valentine’s day slap bracelets. Opt for patterned bracelets like these with hearts in shades of pink and red.
There are so many more to choose from. Keep an eye on the dollar spot at Target or search Amazon for loads of different colors and styles.
If your child or class is really into a certain character I guarantee you can find a set of bracelets to match.
Types of Valentines
Many elementary school’s have Valentine’s Day parties and an exchange between the students. There will be lots of candy, treats, cards and toys. This is always a fun and festive day in schools.
You can purchase creative paper Valentines in stores featuring a host of characters and themes. Kids sign their name and attach a treat of some kind.
Or you can search Pinterest for free printable Valentines and make your own at home.
Check out a few of my favorites. Click through the image and find a free printable and details on how to assemble each one.
Donut themed cards are great for a classroom treat or a snack for the office.
Print these tags and attach them to Swedish fish or Reese’s Pieces.
Another non candy option is a bubble wand. I love this small size that’s perfect for little kids.
Turn a slap bracelet into a Valentine with a free printable tag.
- Slap bracelets
- White cardstock
- Free printable download
- Tape runner
- Download the free Valentine printable.
- Print in color on white cardstock.
- Cut along the light gray lines, you will have 9 tags per sheet.
- Have your child sign their name on the black end of the tag. the same side as the printed words.
- Wrap one tag around a rolled up snap bracelet and secure with a tape runner.
This download is for personal use only, use as many copies as you need for your child's class.
These Valentines are so easy to make. Just grab some slap bracelets, print cut and attach the free tags and you are set to go. Don’t forget to have your child sign the back of each tag.
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