Tips for Throwing an Easy Homeschool Valentine’s Day Party
By The Homeschool Classroom on February 06, 2013
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Editor's Note: Think that school Valentine's Day boxes, candies and cards are just for those in the traditional classroom? Think again! Sarah at The Homeschool Classroom shares tips on throwing a homeschool group Valentine's Day party -- an annual event for her group that has the highest attendance every year! She has some great ideas, so check it out! -Jenna
Valentine’s Day Box Contest – We’ve only done this for a couple of years, but it was a huge hit when we did! The kids decorate a box to place their valentines in. They make it as extravagant as they want. The bigger and fancier, the better (within reason for us moms, of course!). When the children arrive, they place their box on a table that we have usually divided up into age groups. We then judge the best 2 or 3 out of each age group, depending on the amount of people attending.
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