Last year at this time I hadn’t even started on the classroom Valentines until a couple of days before the parties, which resulted in a mad dash to cut, fold and stuff 20 Minecraft boxes on February 13th. This year, I’m way ahead of the game. Jason’s Lego-themed Valentines are complete, which might have something to do with my much simpler approach this time.
Jenna helped me write the phrases for the cards. “Never Lego My Heart” – that’s all her. “We Click” – that one’s mine, and Jenna assures me that it won’t make any sense to 2nd-graders. Oh well, I went with it anyway.
If you have any Lego-lovers at your house, here are two sheets of Valentines that you can print on an 8 1/2 x 11 paper and cut into 4 x 4 squares.
Sheet 1: Select image below to view and save a high-resolution PDF.
Sheet 2: Select image below to view and save a high-resolution PDF.
P.S. If Minecraft is more your speed, don’t forget about these printable Minecraft treasure boxes that I made for Valentine’s Day last year.