This pop-it Valentine printable makes an easy free printable valentine for kids. All you have to do is print the valentines, cut them, and add them to a pop-it.
Pop-its have been a big trend for kids this year. They are using them in school as fidgets to help them stay focused. My boy’s teacher allows them to have one at their desk all day long.
Pop-its come in lots of fun colors and you can get sets of small pop-its inexpensively.
When your child gives a pop-it valentine, you know they’ll be giving a valentine their classmates will love.
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What Comes with the Pop-it Valentine Printable?
You get PDF and JPEG files. In addition, you get 2 different styles. One is used as a tag. It looks like this.
The other can be printed to attach to a bag with the pop-it inside the bag. It looks like this.
Where can you Get Pop-its for a whole class?
Amazon, Oriental Trading, party stores, and more have inexpensive pop-its. My favorites from Amazon are:
How to Attach the Pop-it Valentine Tag to the Pop-it?
It depends on the pop-it. If it’s a key-chain style, print the tag version and hole punch the top. Then use a string or ribbon to attach it to the key chain. It would look like this.
How to Attach the Pop-it Valentine Baggie Cover?
If you have a larger pop-it or one that is hard to attach a tag to, you can print the baggie cover.
- Print the covers. Have your child fill in their name and who the valentine is to.
2. Cut out the covers. There are two per page.
3. Fold the bag covers in half, long ways (like a hot dog bun).
4. Place your pop-it in a sandwich bag and close it.
5. Place the folded bag cover over the top of the closed bag.
6. Staple the bag cover on the baggie. Staple it on each end. Make sure that the staple goes through both the paper cover and the baggie.
7. You’re done! Just repeat with the rest of the baggies.
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