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Valentine's Day is just around the corner, meaning it's time to start thinking about gifts, cards and chocolate if you haven't been already.
Want to avoid a handmade card fail? Dreading the thought of helping your child write the names of all of their classmates on those tiny valentines (and figuring out their addresses if they're learning from home)? Looking for a way to get creative with your kid's valentines without subjecting yourself to hot glue burns? We've got you covered.
From fun cards with a sweet surprise to those must-have "Paw Patrol" valentines, we've rounded up some of the cutest love notes the internet has to offer.
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The annual classroom Valentine's Day party might not have the usual festive spread of heart-shaped foods and pink-frosted doughnuts, but at least everyone can enjoy the delicious aromas of the sugary sweet with these scratch-and-sniff cards.
Instead of candy, the temporary tattoos in this pack make for a fun Valentine's Day treat. Lightning bolts and hearts make the tattoos extra special.
Encourage your little artist to scratch their own messages and designs on these scratch paper valentines.
Available in packs of 28, these Valentines feature mazes leading to a special surprise.
Your kid's classmates are bound to roar with delight over these dinosaur valentines, which come with erasers.
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These yummy messages are so sweet, they might just give their classmates a toothache!
Your child's classmates will have so much fun coloring and decorating their heart-studded valentines — and their parents will be thrilled to have another piece of artwork to hang on the fridge.
Just because your kiddo might be learning remotely this year, it doesn't mean they have to miss out on showing their affection. Just send their air hugs via snail mail!
Ahhh, cute monsters! With heartwarming messages printed inside of their mouths, these creatures are more sweet than scary.
Spread a little magic during the classroom valentine exchange with these appropriately-themed cards.
These cute Valentine's are as sweet as candy — and each one can hold a sugary surprise in its arms.
Not only are these valentines super adorable, they also come with a fun rainbow pencil for all the little artists in the class.
Say cheese! Adorned with an instant camera on the front, these trendy postcards can be customized with your child's face inside the Polaroid picture.
Bring some silliness to your child's Valentine's Day with these scratch-off joke cards available on Amazon.
These personalized classroom valentines from Minted can feature your child's photo on the back or a tic-tac-toe game.
With a pack of 24 valentines and Fun Dip packs, this kit is a pretty sweet deal.
If Ryder, Marshall and Chase are some of your kid's favorite pups, they're sure to love these "Paw Patrol" valentines.
These llama-zing Valentines will make your little one the hit of the Valentine's Day party.
Grab everything they need in one go with this set of valentines and a festive mailbox for exchanging cards at school. The set includes 32 cards and a separate card for the teacher.
These secret admirer valentines from Minted are an adorable way for your little one to reveal his admiration for his classmates.
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