07 February 2016

100th Day of School and Valentine's Day

We just finished celebrating the 100th Day of School last week and Valentine's Day is just around the corner.  I thought I'd share a resource that could be used to celebrate both.   This little craftivity goes along PERFECTLY with the book, The Day It Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond.  After reading aloud the story, students can draw themselves and then start adding the hearts.  If you are using it for the 100th Day of School, your students can color the 24 hearts included in the resource and then add the hearts needed to make 100.  They could either draw them, stamp them, use a heart hole punch, or even use stickers.  If you are using it for Valentine's Day, then the hearts included will probably do.  There is also writing paper included for students to write an imaginative story about the day it rained HEARTS.  Click the image below to check it out.
Check out a few examples here:

 I also created some fun Monster Valentine's to share with your little mon-stars.  Click on the picture below to download the cards.


We also had to create a Valentine's box for my little guy's Valentine's party this week.  He wanted to go with Darth Vader.  I wanted to make a monster.  So, we met in the middle and made a dinosaur. I think it's super cute, but I'm pretty sure I'll be making Darth Vader next year!


  1. Aww, these are so precious. The activity does not seem very difficult and I am sure childen must have had lots of fun in making these. I love the dinosaur that you've made-veryyy cute <3

  2. Those are really cute valentine's day cards! You are such a creative person, I like that about you :) You kids must be proud to have such a cool mom like you :)