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Printable Valentines Day Cards

Just a quick thought regarding Valentine’s Day cards – I like to make sure that there are enough for everyone in the classroom (not just best friends) and, when filling them out, I encourage the kids to print their name on the card, but not the name of the person receiving it — that way, it’s nice and quick for the teachers to get the cards handed out and no one is accidentally missed. If you do decide to fill in the recipient’s name on your cards, consider including half a dozen blank ones just in case your child missed someone.


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