Valentine’s Day Gifts for Students

Are you looking for something simple and affordable to give to your students (or maybe your children’s classmates) this Valentine’s Day? Pop-Its are all the rage right now. They are coming in basically every shape and size these days. Today I’m sharing a Pop-It gift tag that you can pair with any of your favorite pop toys!

I decided to purchase pop bracelets since I have already gifted the pop keychains this school year. I put these Valentine’s Day gifts together for my sister-in-law who teaches 2nd grade. In this post I’ll share the gifts and tags with you!

Pop It Bracelets

First things first, I ordered a set of pop bracelets. I chose a pack that had a variety of colors. You can find the bracelets I found HERE.

Pop It Keychains

If you haven’t used the pop keychains, they are really fun too! I gave these away for Christmas. You can find the keychains HERE! Click HERE to see how I paired it with a tag.

Valentine Gift Tag

Once you have the pop it gift, all you need is a cute gift tag. I also have black and white options available if you don’t have colored ink. There is room at the bottom of the tag to sign your name if you’d like.

Put it Together

Now that you have the tag and the pop bracelet, all you need to do is put it together. I grabbed some heart ribbon and just tied the tag around the bracelet. If you aren’t a teacher, these would be great for party favors or gifts for your children to pass out to their friends or classmates.

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Now you an check Valentine’s Day gifts off your list!

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Hey, y’all! My name is Amy Lemons and I am passionate about providing students with both engaging and effective standards-based Math and ELA lessons.


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