Show and Tell Tuesday - Valentine's Day

This week's theme is Valentine's Day! I'm a big mushball romantic, so I love this holiday. I hope it's controversy-free enough that you all can celebrate it with your class!

And Featured Five to get the party started:

Stephanie at Falling into First has this super adorable monkey craft that I just had to share. I saw this little guy in the planning stages and let's just say that at first his tail placement posed a bit of a unique problem. I'm glad to see she figured it out! Click here to check it out.

Next up is my friend Hadar over at Miss Kindergarten with two new craftivities (don't you love how we made that a real word?) These are great because they don't require hours of pattern cutting and tons of supplies. And they're just dang adorable! Click here to see more.

This beautiful banner comes from my superwoman friend Jen over at The Teacher's Cauldron. Seriously, she rocks it out at the teaching stuff AND the mommy stuff!  AND she exercises. AND cooks! I get tired just hearing about her day. Click here to see her step by step directions for the banner she made in her spare time ;)

This next share isn't a product or craft, but it's so worth mentioning. It's a new blog dedicated to helping children's cancer centers. Click here to learn more about Cupids for Cancer. I just love the little falling hearts on the blog!

And my final featured five this week a party pack that I'm planning on using from Sandy at Soaring through Second. It's a party set up as learning stations that all have a valentine/heart theme. It's all common core related and the math has a great measurement activity which we're studying right now. Click here to check it out! Her post also has a fun freebie at the end.

Now I'm going to cheat and add a sixth thing! Tracee over at Mrs. Orman's Classroom has a great linky party filled with freebies. Check that out here!

As always, any blogger is welcome to link up to the party! The only rule is that it must be a blog post about Valentine's Day and it must include the button below that links back here.  Yes, you can feature a freebie, paid product or just a cool idea. If you have a suggestion for future Show and Tell Tuesdays, leave me a comment and let me know!


  1. Thanks, Denise ... pinning your linky party! I love the idea of having this weekly!

    Linda Nelson
    Primary Inspiration

  2. Thank you so much for doing this! What a great idea!


  3. You were asking for Tues linky ideas- you could do one on morning jobs/work, President's Day, or a Science topic that you are doing in class. I apologize if these are ones you already did. I enjoy reading the ideas that everyone comes up with. Thanks for hosting these!

  4. I was searching for fun Valentine's Day activities. Thanks for having everyone link up now I can just blog hop.

  5. This is such a great idea for Show and Tell Tuesday! So many people are going to be searching for great ideas -- and now they only have to look in one spot! :)

    Thanks for hosting!!

    Second Grade Sparkle

  6. Thank you for hosting this linky Denise! Craftivities is one of my favorite words nowadays! I like the idea of a science experiment linky and a best craftivity linky!

  7. Thanks for hosting this linky. My link doesn't seem to be active though and each time I try to get at it, The big Pinterest button comes up. I am not sure how to get it fixed. I tried to relink and it said that I was already linked up. Here is my blog link in case anyone is trying to get to it.

    Charlene/Diamond Mom

  8. I love it! There are so many great ideas. I hadn't even thought that far yet! Thanks for hosting!

  9. Thanks for hosting. I love show and tell!



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