Before deciding on what I was going to do, I headed to Target. My one stop shop for all. the. things. I let AG pick out the things she wanted to give to her class. Her first choice was princess jewelry. I tried to explain that some of the boys may want something they could use. So, next she choose bubbles.
L needs Valentine’s for his little daycare class, so I picked up these for him too. As soon as we got home, both kids opened the bubbles and wanted to make sure they worked. Thankfully, they did. And Thankfully, there were plenty of extras for both of their classes.
That night, I got to work creating a printable that would go with the bubbles. I had fun choosing a variety of color combinations and thought this saying would be both for the girls and boys in the class.
Over the past week, AG has been working on putting her name on the cards. Doing a few a night is what seems to work before she looses interest, wanting nothing to do with the them anymore. I’m grateful there aren’t a lot of kids in her class!
With L his will be a tad easier. I’m going to let him color the cards with crayons and then I’ll tape the bubbles on and write his name on them. Below, you’ll find the printable for all four cards. They’re in a PDF document, all you have to do is print and cut them out!
You can download your free copy here in all four colors.
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