Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Let's Connect Valentine- Connect Four Valentine with Free Printable


Do you have a Connect Four fan in your house? Then they are going to flip for this fun Valentine that lets every one of their friends have a little game of their own!


For this Valentine you will need:

Print and cut out the paper valentine. Have you child address them to each child in their class. Using the single hole punch, punch a hole in the corner of each valentine and a hole in the corner of the Connect Four bag. There should be plenty of space to punch a hole above the seal so none of the little pieces fall out.

Tie a piece of bakers twine through the hole in the card and the hole in the Connect Four game.


This valentine is bound to be a class favorite. Who doesn't love a game of Connect Four? 

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21 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

Ok, that is just too cute. My kids would LOVE to be the ones bringing this into their classroom next month.

Janel B said...

what a creative and very cute idea. It certainly gets kids to interact with another, well that is if they don't eat all the little candies.

Jessi Joachim said...

such a cute idea! I love the not candy valentine's gifts.

Cecilia C. Cannon said...

such a cute idea! we can't give candy anymore at school so this works perfectly!

Cara W said...

Let's Connect is one of my favorite childhood games. So I am so glad you put in a DIY that makes it extra special for this coming Valentine's. Thanks for sharing!

Karen Morse said...

I used to be OBSESSED with Connect 4 when I was a little girl. I mean, I made EVERYONE play it with me over-and-over-and-over again! I should make your DIY cards for my family members as a gesture of thanks!

Terri Steffes said...

I was in love with this game as a kid and my daughter loved it too. I don't think we called it connect 4 in the 70s but maybe we did. Love the valentines!

Divya Mathur said...

Aw, what a cute idea! Love it!
And, as a teacher, I appreciate the creativity and thought to give a V-Day card that isn't just about candy!

Reesa Lewandowski said...

Oh these are just adorable!!! I am pinning this for sure! My kids would love this!!!

Allison said...

What a cute Valentine's Day craft! I can't believe that it will be here soon! I am saving this for later!

Roxanne Ferber said...

Such a super cute Valentine's Day idea! And I love that it isn't all candy! ;)

Tereza Kohutova said...

Is it bad that I've never played this? Haha! But it does look cute and it's such a fun idea to make a Valentine's Day printable! x

blythe32 said...

Connect Four was one of my favorite games as a kid. I still love it to this day. This printable is super cute and would be a great addition for any kid's v-day celebration.

Brandi Puga said...

I love connect four! This is such a cute idea for kids...and adults too! haha

Carolyn @ Fennell Seeds said...

These are so cute. I definitely like to do non-candy Valentines for my kids.

Kerri said...

These would be so cute to do for my classroom. Each child would get such a kick out of it. Oriental trading has the best gift ideas for large groups.

Six Time Mommy TEST said...

So cute and creative! I love these type of Valentine's and so do my kids. Around here no one really gives out anything but bought little cards so I try to do different things every year! - Jeanine

Kristin and Megan said...

This is such a cute and totally unique Valentine idea! You are so creative. I love seeing ideas that depart from the same old same old!

Kit Stanwood said...

This is so cute and its a healthy alternative to giving kids candy on Valentines day for a valentine. Great idea! Connect four is my favorite childhood game too!

Jennifer Pilgrim said...

Connect Four is my favorite game so I love this as a valentine. I pinned it for later!

Amber N said...

What a cute idea. We love the game Connect Four at our house. Great idea for making it a festive one for Valentine's Day.