20 Little Things To Delight Your Child’s Classmates This Valentine’s Day (2024)

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1. A value pack of favor bags,a low-effort way to become the talk of the playground. The set comes fully pre-assembled with two pencils, two heart-shaped erasers, a pre-inked stamper, a pencil sharpener, a sheet of stickers, and a sweet note. 2. A pack of scratch-off Valentine's Day cards to make the day extra special and a little more interactive for your child and their classmates. You can write custom messages and cover it with the scratch-off sticker provided to reveal the hidden note. Your little one and all of their friends will have a blast uncovering the hidden message. 3. A set ofGlobblesthey can squeeze, pull, or even throw against the wall during recess — don't worry, there's no sticky residue! These fidget toys are perfect for keeping their hands busy during stressful moments or just for some mindless entertainment. 4. A value pack of temporary V-Day tattoosfeaturing adorable unicorns, cats, and monsters that'll please kids of all ages. One reviewer even said that their eighth-grade students enjoyed them. 5. A 30-pack of slime, because what kid doesn't like slime? They come packaged in adorable heart-shaped containers that are just too cute to resist, with a variety of vibrant colors and little sprinkles of stars and hearts. 6. A pack of Smencils, aka pencils made to smell like sweet treats. Imagine the look on their little faces when they're writing and get a whiff of cookies and cream, bubblegum, and blue raspberry slushie (just to name a few). This pencil might actually make classwork, dare I say, fun! 7. A pack of light-up spinning braceletsif you're looking for a gift to truly light up their day. Not only are they super fun, but they're also the perfect way to let out all that jittery energy as they watch the bracelets spin and twirl around their wrist in a mesmerizing display of light and color. 8. A pack of foam airplanessure to make their little hearts soar with joy. Unlike other favors that may disappoint, reviewers rave that these airplanes can actually catch air and fly! 9. A pack of mini Tic-Tac-Toe foam games, which conveniently come individually wrapped so all the kids can play against each other. 10. SomeLucky Fortune collectible bracelets,aka the coolest gift for your kiddos and their friends. With each pack, they'll get a fortune cookie to crack open — inside, they'll find a super cool adjustable bracelet with a charm and a paper fortune! 11. A personalized dinosaur valentine to give the class something to really roar about this V-Day. This adorable card features a cute little dinosaur that they can play with; plus, with the option to personalize each card with the recipient's name, your child can show their friends just how much they care in a fun and playful way. 12. A pack of mini pop bubble creatures with cardsguaranteed to make your kid the most pop-ular student in the class. Each card has an adorably punny message like "you make my heart pop" and "so glad you popped into my life." 13. A dozen squishy cat stress toysthey won't be able to resist giving a squeeze when they're feeling overwhelmed or fidgety. Their classmates will love trading them, comparing them, and making up silly games with them, so it's a gift that'll keep on giving long after Valentine's Day is over. 14. A pack of building blocks, whichthey can turn into anything they can imagine, from hearts and flowers to even Cupid himself...although you might have to tilt your head slightly to see the vision. 15. A pack of smiley, palm-sized heart stress ballswith a grin that's socontagious, it'll turn any frown upside down. 16. A pack of love bugs in jars perfect for any child with a unique love for all the little critters of the outdoors. It would really ~bug~ them to not have a Valentine's gift that stands out from the rest. 17. A card and rainbow pencil combocomplete with four mystical creatures to choose from. Now the hard part will be them deciding who out of the friend group is the Unicorn, Caticorn, Narwhal, or Llamacorn. 18. A pack of heart-shaped scratch cardslike the ones you had so much fun drawing on as a child — now it's your little love bug's turn to experience the magic. Talk about a full-circle moment. 19. A game controller eraser with a personalized cardreviewers say will have even the older kids actually excited to hand out to all of their friends. No cheesy walk of shame for them! 20. Finally, aBaked by Melissa Valentine's Day gift boxto share with the whole class and fill the room with excitement. They come in scrumptious flavors that even the pickiest eaters would enjoy, like strawberry, dark chocolate, and red velvet. Plus, they come in bite sizes perfect for little hands to hold and enjoy.

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These adorable V-Day surprises will bring so much joy to your kiddo and their classmates.

by Amber UsherBuzzFeed Staff

1. A value pack of favor bags,a low-effort way to become the talk of the playground. The set comes fully pre-assembled with two pencils, two heart-shaped erasers, a pre-inked stamper, a pencil sharpener, a sheet of stickers, and a sweet note.

Promising reviews: "Valentine'sDay done in one order!I am so excited about this purchase. This just made my job easy because these valentines are adorable, and they are completely finished. I'm surprised by all the goodies we get for this great price. And I also appreciate the variety (four options)."—Lynne Kappler

"Cute set! Stampers actually stamped good. My kids liked the pencils, and I was pretty surprised that the stickers were quality puffy stickers. Usually, kids' kits come with kind of low grade everything, especially stickers/markers, etc., but not these. I'm happy with them and so were the kids." —RopeS

Shipping info: Free expedited Prime shipping available for Prime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get a pack of 30 from Amazon for$19.99.

2. A pack of scratch-off Valentine's Day cards to make the day extra special and a little more interactive for your child and their classmates. You can write custom messages and cover it with the scratch-off sticker provided to reveal the hidden note. Your little one and all of their friends will have a blast uncovering the hidden message.

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Inklings Paperie / Etsy

Inklings Paperie is a Michigan-based small biz specializing in scratch off cards and adorable paper party favors.

Promising review: "Got these for my students for Valentine’s Day. They loved them! So easy to put together and worked great!"—Jennifer Gaines

Shipping Info:Free shipping is included, and estimated delivery is 7–15 days after ordering. See the estimated arrival date range on the listing.

Get a pack of six from Inklings Paperie on Etsy for $9+ (available with or without envelopes and in larger quantities).

3. A set ofGlobblesthey can squeeze, pull, or even throw against the wall during recess — don't worry, there's no sticky residue! These fidget toys are perfect for keeping their hands busy during stressful moments or just for some mindless entertainment.

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Promising review: "My daughter is 4 and plays with these DAILY! YES, they do attract dirt and hair; HOWEVER, they are so easy to rinse off, it's not a big deal! We took these to a family gathering and ended up giving two away because they were SO loved! The two we gave away went to a 12-year-old and my 19-year-old brother. They discovered throwing them at the ceiling fan and watching them shoot across the room which was pretty entertaining! None of these have busted or ripped, and they are definitely NOT gentle with them! I will definitely be buying more!" —Heather Hambrick

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of six from Amazon for $10.69(also available in a pack of 16).

4. A value pack of temporary V-Day tattoosfeaturing adorable unicorns, cats, and monsters that'll please kids of all ages. One reviewer even said that their eighth-grade students enjoyed them.

Promising review: "Students loved them, and there were PLENTY to go around. We used them for 45 kids and will have plenty left over for next year's Valentine's Day party!" —Jerrie Lowe

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of 160 from Amazon for $4.99.

5. A 30-pack of slime, because what kid doesn't like slime? They come packaged in adorable heart-shaped containers that are just too cute to resist, with a variety of vibrant colors and little sprinkles of stars and hearts.

Amazon

Promising review:"So impressed with these cute little slime hearts. I haven’t opened them yet, so I don’t know the quality of the slime, but these are gifts so I won’t know until my students open them up. The packaging came absolutely perfect, and the slime looks so pretty. My elementary students are going to LOVE these on Valentine’s Day! Thank you for the fast shipping, too!" —Alex Andrade

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of five from Amazon for $14.99(available in two styles).

6. A pack of Smencils, aka pencils made to smell like sweet treats. Imagine the look on their little faces when they're writing and get a whiff of cookies and cream, bubblegum, and blue raspberry slushie (just to name a few). This pencil might actually make classwork, dare I say, fun!

PS: These are HB No. 2 graphite pencils made from 100% recycled newspapers.

Promising review: "Cute! We used these to make candy-free valentines [pic on the right above]. My daughter and her friends LOVED them." —SAP

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of 10 from Amazon for $15.99 and get a pack of pencil topper cards (to create your own valentines) from Amazon for $8.99.

7. A pack of light-up spinning braceletsif you're looking for a gift to truly light up their day. Not only are they super fun, but they're also the perfect way to let out all that jittery energy as they watch the bracelets spin and twirl around their wrist in a mesmerizing display of light and color.

Promising review: "These are perfect for a partyfavor! They fit a variety of ages, I used them on kids ages 5–11, and they all loved them! They light up and are fun to spin!" —Rachel R.

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of 24 from Amazon for $18.99(also available in a pack of 14 and 36).

8. A pack of foam airplanessure to make their little hearts soar with joy. Unlike other favors that may disappoint, reviewers rave that these airplanes can actually catch air and fly!

Amazon

The value pack includes 28 foam airplanes, greeting cards, and envelopes.

Promising review: "My son is in kindergarten and is celebrating Valentine's Day tomorrow. They all dress up and pass out valentines to their classmates. Every year I try to find something unique that gives the kids a toy or surprise that is fun, and my son really like these. They each come with a little box (to write to and from on the outside). Inside are all the pieces to make a mini airplane, and there are a few different colors and plane patterns the box comes with. They wont stay intact forever, but they are such a fun little surprise, and I know his classmates will get a kick out of them." —Jason & Stefanie

Shipping Info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of 30 from Amazon for $26.49.

9. A pack of mini Tic-Tac-Toe foam games, which conveniently come individually wrapped so all the kids can play against each other.

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Amazon

Promising review: "Bought these as a Valentine's party favor for my daughter’s class. I’m very pleased — they are really cute and individually packaged." —EEM

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of 24 from Amazon for $13.89.

10. SomeLucky Fortune collectible bracelets,aka the coolest gift for your kiddos and their friends. With each pack, they'll get a fortune cookie to crack open — inside, they'll find a super cool adjustable bracelet with a charm and a paper fortune!

Each package contains a fortune cookie-shaped bracelet holder with a surprise Lucky Fortune charm bracelet and matching paper fortune.

Promising reviews: "Daughter loved the bracelets, and I personally think they’re one of the best blind box items I’ve ever seen. So much is just plastic junk, but this is well-designed and may actually be worn and used for a long time!" —Andrew L.

"100% worth the buy! My daughter loved these! The presentation from the beginning to end makes the perfect gift! My daughter got the Ultra Rare on opening her first one! She was so excited she couldn’t even take it! The price is right, the cookie part you can close back up and reuse. I thought you had to throw that part away, and I’m happy I was wrong about that. If you're not sure on buying these, just do it! My daughter was SO happy and thanked me all day long! Thank you!" —Kindle Customer

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a two-pack of fortune cookies with BFF bracelets from Amazon for $4.99, or a six-pack for $19.99.

11. A personalized dinosaur valentine to give the class something to really roar about this V-Day. This adorable card features a cute little dinosaur that they can play with; plus, with the option to personalize each card with the recipient's name, your child can show their friends just how much they care in a fun and playful way.

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Inky Rose Design / Etsy

Inky Rose Design is a small biz based in Chicago that specializes in invitations, chalkboard signs, party supplies, and T-shirts.

To personalize, please enter the child's name in the box.

Promising reviews: "Rose did a great job on these; they are perfect for my son’s Valentine’s Day little party at school. They are beautifully packaged, and she makes good on the rush shipping option. Love them!!! Worth every cent!!" —karalm4

"These are precious and perfect. Literally flawless. I love that all the dinosaurs are different colors and different types. The seller is so kind and lovely I would absolutely recommend and shop again. Also, the packaging was thoughtful and a nice bright spot in an otherwise bleak day. So happy with this purchase!" —W L

Shipping Info: Processing time is 4–16 days, and orders ship from Illinois, so delivery time varies by your location.

Get it from Inky Rose Design on Etsy for $1+ (available either fully assembled or DIY, with cards only, no toys, and in larger quantities).

12. A pack of mini pop bubble creatures with cardsguaranteed to make your kid the most pop-ular student in the class. Each card has an adorably punny message like "you make my heart pop" and "so glad you popped into my life."

The value pack includes 24 cards (4.7" x 3.9") with blank spaces to write special messages and 24 mini push pop bubbles.

Promising review: "My daughter is SO excited to hand these out next month. As soon as we got them, she wanted to get them all ready for her friends. Cute designs, easy to put together. Great value for the price. Popits are all the fad right now, much better than handing out candy in my opinion!!" —Allen & Ashly Allman

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of 24 from Amazon for $13.99.

13. A dozen squishy cat stress toysthey won't be able to resist giving a squeeze when they're feeling overwhelmed or fidgety. Their classmates will love trading them, comparing them, and making up silly games with them, so it's a gift that'll keep on giving long after Valentine's Day is over.

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Amazon

Promising review: "These are weirdly delightful! I put them in stockings and inpartyfavorbags, and both small children and adults couldn't stop playing with them." —Kindle Customer

Shipping Info:Free expedited Prime shipping available for Prime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get the set of 12 from Amazon for$8.99.

14. A pack of building blocks, whichthey can turn into anything they can imagine, from hearts and flowers to even Cupid himself...although you might have to tilt your head slightly to see the vision.

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Jessup Road / Etsy

Jessup Road is a small business based in Oviedo, Florida, that makes personalized party favors for children and adults.

Promising review: "These are so fun! My kiddo is very excited to hand these out. :)" —Ashley Drummy

Shipping info:The last day to place an order to receive it in time for Valentine's Day is Feb. 4 for a standard of $8.50.

Get a pack of five from Jessup Road on Etsy for $12.50+ (also available in larger quantities).

15. A pack of smiley, palm-sized heart stress ballswith a grin that's socontagious, it'll turn any frown upside down.

Amazon

Promising review:"They were just what I was hoping for. They are about palm-sized, substantial. They don’t feel as if they will fall apart soon. A perfect Valentine’s treat for my kids and my students." —bs

Shipping Info:Free expedited Prime shipping available for Prime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get a pack of 12 from Amazon for $12.99.

16. A pack of love bugs in jars perfect for any child with a unique love for all the little critters of the outdoors. It would really ~bug~ them to not have a Valentine's gift that stands out from the rest.

The package includes 30 cards and bugs.

Promising reviews: "This was an adorable option for school valentines. Very unique unlike the store-bought flimsy ones. Her teacher complimented on how great they were. Easy assembly with twist tie. The jar and love bug concept is super cute!!!" —Rebecca Davis

"I got these for my son’s valentines for school because he loves bugs. The bugs look great and look high quality. Not cheap looking, and the cardboard is thick and nice. Very adorable! Glad I got them." —Etoiles

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of 30 from Amazon for $9.99.

17. A card and rainbow pencil combocomplete with four mystical creatures to choose from. Now the hard part will be them deciding who out of the friend group is the Unicorn, Caticorn, Narwhal, or Llamacorn.

The value pack includes 24 cards with rainbow pencils.

Promising reviews: "Totes adorbs. These cards are so cute and come with a high quality rainbow pencil. My kid rocked Valentine’s Day and loved choosing different animals for different friends." —JDubJ

"Daughter is a unicorn freak. These were PERFECT for her school party; she loved them. No damage in shipping." —His Little Angel

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of 24 from Amazon for $9.99.

18. A pack of heart-shaped scratch cardslike the ones you had so much fun drawing on as a child — now it's your little love bug's turn to experience the magic. Talk about a full-circle moment.

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Amazon

The value pack includes 48 heart-shaped Valentine's Day scratch papers, 24 scratch sticks, and 48 ribbons.

Promising review: "My students enjoyed decorating these for Valentine's day. I like that the kit came with a lot of scratch sticks."—Stuph Steph Buys

Shipping info:Free expedited Prime shipping available forPrime members, and non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Valentine's Day (see Amazon's full shipping informationhere).

Get a pack of 48 for $9.99.

19. A game controller eraser with a personalized cardreviewers say will have even the older kids actually excited to hand out to all of their friends. No cheesy walk of shame for them!

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Fantasy Moon Prints / Etsy

Fantasy Moon Prints is a small biz based inPlainfield, Illinois, owned by a mom, that specializes inpersonalized signs, goodies, and magical furbaby gifts.

To personalize, please enter the child's name in the box.

Promising review: "What a perfect and useful valentine for a 7-year-old boy! I ordered the game controllers, and they came out perfect. Patty was great to work with! She helped ensure my order was here in time so they could 'quarantine' for the week before being exchanged in school. I would highly recommend!" —Kelly LaVallee

Shipping info:The last day to place an order to receive it in time for Valentine's Day is Jan. 29 (standard) or you can purchase priority mail at checkout.

Get them fromFantasy Moon Prints on Etsy for $2+ (available as fully assembled kits, DIY kits, and a cards-only option if you want to purchase the erasers or some other treat yourself).

20. Finally, aBaked by Melissa Valentine's Day gift boxto share with the whole class and fill the room with excitement. They come in scrumptious flavors that even the pickiest eaters would enjoy, like strawberry, dark chocolate, and red velvet. Plus, they come in bite sizes perfect for little hands to hold and enjoy.

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Baked By Melissa

There are also gluten-free and vegan options available, making it a perfect gift for anyone who loves cupcakes.

Shipping info: Standard, expedited, and priority shipping are available for orders.

Get 25 cupcakes from Baked by Melissa for $47+ (available in five assortments).

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Favor Bags:

The article mentions a value pack of favor bags that can be used for Valentine's Day. The favor bags come fully pre-assembled and include two pencils, two heart-shaped erasers, a pre-inked stamper, a pencil sharpener, a sheet of stickers, and a sweet note. These favor bags provide a low-effort way to become the talk of the playground.

Scratch-off Valentine's Day Cards:

The article suggests a pack of scratch-off Valentine's Day cards that can make the day extra special and interactive for children and their classmates. These cards allow for custom messages to be written and covered with a scratch-off sticker, revealing a hidden note. The pack includes six cards and can be purchased on Etsy.

Globbles:

Globbles are mentioned as fidget toys that children can squeeze, pull, or throw against the wall during recess. These toys are designed to keep children's hands busy during stressful moments or for mindless entertainment. They are easy to clean and do not leave any sticky residue. A pack of six Globbles can be purchased on Amazon.

Temporary V-Day Tattoos:

The article mentions a value pack of temporary Valentine's Day tattoos featuring adorable unicorns, cats, and monsters. These tattoos are suitable for kids of all ages and can be enjoyed by eighth-grade students as well. The pack includes 160 tattoos and can be purchased on Amazon.

Slime:

The article suggests a pack of 30 slime hearts as a Valentine's Day gift for kids. The slime comes in heart-shaped containers with vibrant colors and sprinkles of stars and hearts. The pack includes five slime hearts and can be purchased on Amazon.

Smencils:

Smencils are pencils made to smell like sweet treats, such as cookies and cream, bubblegum, and blue raspberry slushie. These pencils are made from 100% recycled newspapers, and their scent adds an element of fun to classwork. A pack of 10 Smencils can be purchased on Amazon, along with pencil topper cards to create personalized valentines.

Light-Up Spinning Bracelets:

The article suggests a pack of light-up spinning bracelets as a gift option for kids. These bracelets are fun and provide a mesmerizing display of light and color when they spin and twirl around the wrist. The pack includes 24 bracelets and can be purchased on Amazon.

Foam Airplanes:

A value pack of foam airplanes is mentioned as a unique Valentine's Day gift for kids. The airplanes can catch air and fly, providing a fun surprise for classmates. The pack includes 30 foam airplanes, greeting cards, and envelopes, and can be purchased on Amazon.

Mini Tic-Tac-Toe Foam Games:

The article suggests a pack of mini Tic-Tac-Toe foam games as a Valentine's Day party favor for kids. These games come individually wrapped, allowing all the kids to play against each other. A pack of 24 foam games can be purchased on Amazon.

Lucky Fortune Collectible Bracelets:

The article mentions Lucky Fortune collectible bracelets as a cool gift for kids. Each pack includes a fortune cookie-shaped bracelet holder, a surprise Lucky Fortune charm bracelet, and a matching paper fortune. The bracelets come in packs of two or six and can be purchased on Amazon.

Personalized Dinosaur Valentine:

The article suggests a personalized dinosaur valentine as a way for kids to show their friends how much they care in a fun and playful way. The valentine features a cute little dinosaur that can be played with, and each card can be personalized with the recipient's name. Personalized dinosaur valentines can be purchased on Etsy.

Mini Pop Bubble Creatures:

A pack of mini pop bubble creatures with cards is mentioned as a Valentine's Day gift that will make kids the most popular student in the class. Each card has a punny message, and the pack includes 24 cards and mini push pop bubbles. This pack can be purchased on Amazon.

Squishy Cat Stress Toys:

The article suggests a pack of squishy cat stress toys as a gift for kids. These toys can be squeezed when kids feel overwhelmed or fidgety, and they provide entertainment for classmates. The pack includes 12 squishy cat stress toys and can be purchased on Amazon.

Building Blocks:

The article mentions a pack of building blocks that kids can use to create various shapes, including hearts, flowers, and even Cupid. The pack includes five building blocks and can be purchased on Etsy.

Smiley Heart Stress Balls:

The article suggests a pack of smiley heart stress balls as a gift that will turn any frown upside down. The stress balls come in a pack of 12 and can be purchased on Amazon.

Love Bugs in Jars:

Love bugs in jars are mentioned as a Valentine's Day gift for kids who have a love for critters. The pack includes 30 cards and bugs and can be purchased on Amazon.

Heart-Shaped Scratch Cards:

The article suggests a pack of heart-shaped scratch cards as a fun Valentine's Day activity for kids. The pack includes 48 scratch papers, 24 scratch sticks, and 48 ribbons. These scratch cards can be purchased on Amazon.

Game Controller Eraser:

A game controller eraser with a personalized card is mentioned as a Valentine's Day gift that even older kids would be excited to hand out to their friends. The pack includes 24 cards with game controller erasers and can be purchased on Etsy.

Baked by Melissa Valentine's Day Gift Box:

The article suggests a Baked by Melissa Valentine's Day gift box as a treat to share with the whole class. The gift box includes 25 cupcakes in various flavors, such as strawberry, dark chocolate, and red velvet. Baked by Melissa offers gluten-free and vegan options as well. The gift box can be purchased on the Baked by Melissa website.

These are the concepts mentioned in this article. If you have any specific questions or need more information about any of these concepts, feel free to ask!

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