Cheesy, cute valentines are my favorite! Here’s a list of 50+ valentine day sayings paired with small treats. My daughter loves Band-Aids. To be honest, she loves stickers and Band-Aids are basically just a sticker with a purpose, right?!
Here’s what you need to make Band-Aid Valentines
- Download the printable Valentine
- White card stock
- Tape runner
How to make Band-Aid Valentines
Step 1- Download the Band Aid Valentine
To download the Band Aid Valentines, enter your name and email address below and the free file will be delivered to your inbox! The band Aid Valentines come 2 to a page and each one says, “I’m stuck on you”.
Step 2- Trim & attach
Next, trim the Valentines. If you have a paper cutter, now it the time to whip it out! I always print in color at my local print shop and use the giant paper cutter at the store for free. If you don’t have access to a paper cutter, no worries simply trim around each Valentine with scissors. Then, use the tape runner to attach the Band-Aid to the Valentine.
Step 3- Fill out names
Finally, have your child fill out the “To:” and “From:” blanks. This is the perfect opportunity to work on handwriting skills.
Want more Valentine ideas for preschoolers? This list of 10 preschooler Valentines is perfect. It includes snacks like Cheerios, Goldfish, pretzels, toy cars, and Play-doh Valentines!
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