It happened to me every year. Valentine’s Day would sneak up on me!
When the kids were in elementary school, they would have a Valentine’s Day party and card exchange. I would ALWAYS forget until the day before (if I was lucky).
It’s kinda funny, because Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays that stays the same each year, so unless it fell on the weekend, I should have known better.
But there was just too much going on in my mom brain and Valentine’s Day wasn’t at the top of the list.
Also, I really didn’t want to pass out candy. I don’t mind my kids eating candy, but it gets to be overload on that day. Since I know there will be lots of sugar available, it is always nice to bring a treat that has no sugar.
So if this is you, I want to help.
I searched the internet (who are we kidding, Pinterest), and found some really cute ideas for Valentine’s Day (that you can do the day before) that don’t include a sugar filled treat.
13 Simple No Sugar Valentines Day Ideas For Your Child’s Classroom
Applesauce Cup Valentine’s Day Free Printable @ Savoring the Good
Nacho Average Valentines @ Skip to My Lou
You Light Up My Life @ Eighteen 25
Owl + Crazy Straw Valentines Cards @ Happiness is Homemade
Bullseye Valentines With Pencil Arrows @ Positively Splendid
Hope You Have a Ball Valentine Printables @ Somewhat Simple
Dollar Store Bubble Valentine Printable @ Our Home Made Easy
Make Your Own Valentine Necklace @ Non Toy Gifts
Lip Valentines Printable @ Persia Lou
Sunglasses Valentines Day Cards @ Where the Smiles Have Been
Crazy Straw Valentines @ Simplistically Living
Crayons Valentines Day Cards @ The Taylor House
Heart Pencil Toppers Craft @ The Best Ideas for Kids
Don’t those just look so cute! Some people are so creative. And since that isn’t me, I love that I can find great ideas on Pinterest in a matter of minutes.
I hope this post helped you find a Valentine’s Day treat for your child’s classroom that is cute, easy and not sugary. That’s a triple win!
What treats do you like to send with your kids on Valentine’s Day? Let us know in the comments below. And if you found this post helpful, please share. Thanks!