Hot off the presses! I just finished my Valentine’s Day party kit. It’s a simple, structured way to have a class party. Be sure to download the preview file to see what is included.
My students exchange valentines in the morning before the party. Students “mail” their valentines when it’s their center rotation. All of the mailboxes sit on the students’ desks. If there is extra time at the end of the party, my students can open up their valentines. If we run out of time, students take their mailboxes home and open them there. The mailbox is part of my Black History Month unit because it was an African American who invented the mailbox. This is from my Black History Month unit:
Click HERE to read more about my Black History Month unit.