Today’s roundup is all Non-Food Valentine Ideas for School! So skip the candy and check out all these brilliant Valentine’s day ideas!
Many schools have requested non-candy valentines to pass out for the kids since there are so many food allergies. So today, I’m here to show you all the non-candy printable valentines that moms and kids alike will love! These treats are so good that your classmates won’t even be sad about not getting any candy snacks!
Non-Food Valentine Ideas for School
This is a compilation of fun ideas and cute valentines I’ve found! Please click the title above each non-edible valentine ideas picture to go to the instructions and free printables! Enjoy all these non-candy valentine ideas.
Lego Valentines: The Resourceful Mama
Legos are always a great choice! Just make sure you are giving them to the right-age kids! These might not be great for preschool age!
Friendship Bracelet Valentines: A Girl and a glue gun
These would be great for tweens and teens!
Paper Airplane: Skip to my Lou
This paper airplane valentine is just so cute! If you do these for all the kids in a classroom at school, you could have a competition and see who can fly their plane the furthest!
a- MAZE-ing Valentines: DIY it all
Such a cute idea! Just tape a valentine maze right to it!
Whoopie Cushion: Paging supermom
Oh my! What kid or adult wouldn’t love getting a whoopee cushion as a gift!
Lip Balm: 30 Handmade days
Pair this printable with any favorite lipstick, chapstick, or lipgloss!
Pencil Valentines: A girl and a glue gun
This is a great gift idea for teachers to give- cut out some cupid arrows and attach some pencils!
Love is the air: Eighteen 25
This printable can be tied onto any kind of balloon! Such a cute idea!
Coloring Printable: The Pretty Bee
Add some fun crayons or markers to this Valentine’s print! You can even tape this directly to the box of crayons!
Glasses Valentines: Let’s DIY it all
You can find fun heart glasses like these or check out the ones I found on Amazon!
Friends like you are GOLDEN (nail polish valentine): Crafted Sparrow
You can pair this Valentine’s with anything Gold! A gold candle, Gold earrings, etc!
Glow stick love bugs: A girl and a glue gun
Make these darling little bugs! The body is a glow stick!
I’m CRAZY STRAW for you: Ginger Snap Crafts
I found some of these crazy straws at the dollar tree which would make these pretty inexpensive!
Slime Valentines: Homemade Heather
These little slime containers are so much fun!
Paint palette Valentine: Smart Schoolhouse
The artist in me just loves this one! Perfect for kids and adults!
Slinky Valentine day gifts: 30 handmade days
Grab a pack of cute slinkies and pair it with these cute Valentine cards!
Ex-STRAW special: A girl and a glue gun
You could pair this one with a crazy straw too! Click over to get the free Valentine cards for these!
Army Man Toys Valentines: Armelle
If you grab a bucket of army men, you could whip out Valentines for every kid in the school!
Valentines Play doh Valentine: A girl and a glue gun
Grab these free printables and pair them with some play-doh for the cutest goodie bags!
Jumping Frogs: Crafting Chicks
There are also candy frogs- but since this is a candy-free roundup- Jumping frog toys are perfect for this printable!
Write on Free Printables: A girl and a glue gun
Pair this cute card with any fun pen! My daughter loves the soft squishy ones as well!
Bath Bomb Valentines: Craftaholics Anonymous
My kids love Bath bombs- but this would also be a great printable for school teachers or bus drivers! e
Race Car Valentines Printable: Hello Wonderful
My son would have loved getting hot wheels in his Valentine’s box!
Sock Cupcakes: A girl and a glue gun
Grab a pair of fluffy socks and wrap them up into a darling cupcake!
Bouncy Ball Printable: Craft-O-Maniac
You can grab a whole bunch of bouncy balls in bulk for pretty cheap! So a pretty budget-friendly valentine’s day gift.
Kinetic Sand Valentine: Hunny, I’m home
You could add these on a playdoh container as well!
I hope you got some inspiration from all these awesome Valentine’s gifts! I just wanted to give you some great alternatives to all those candy valentine ideas that are out there! So tell me- what one is your favorite classroom valentines idea?