Disney Descendants 2 Valentine’s Day Cards

Disney Descendants 2 Valentine’s Day Cards

Disney Descendants 2 Valentine’s Day Cards are Perfect for Class Exchanges!

Do you remember Valentine’s Day from your childhood years? Back in the 1970’s when I was growing up, teachers did not make you hand out cards to everyone, which led to the feelings of many children being hurt. While I cannot remember being left out, I know that this practice existed and it did cause a lot of children to feel badly.

Fast forward to the late 1980’s when I began my elementary school teaching career, and things had changed for the better. The school rule was you bring in a Valentine for everyone in the class or no one at all…there was no exception. This led to everyone having happy feelings about the day, and it was a rare child who did not bring in cards to share.

As far as class parties went, this was a rather small one compared to the festivities we held in December, April and June. Parents did not typically come into my classroom for our Valentine’s Day celebration, so I had to do it myself. The kids enjoyed the smaller scale party, simply because they were not doing any work except for the packet of themed puzzles and coloring sheets that I had run off for them.

The children made their own mailboxes out of white paper bags that I purchased. They used stickers, markers and glitter glue to make their own personal mailbox that I taped to their desk a few minutes before the party. Any time sooner would have been a huge distraction from the lessons I was going to teach that day.

When it was time for the party, the kids happily walked around the room and put sweet treats and cards into the bags. Opening them up and watching them giggle at the silly puns and funny cards made me smile.

When my oldest daughter was old enough to exchange Valentine’s, it was fun to select just the right one. Of course, they featured whoever was popular, like the Powerpuff Girls, Rugrats, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the newest Disney princess and other favorite characters from television and movies..

Handing out Valetines that feature popular characters is still something kids like to do-I know. My twins are in the process of choosing which ones they want to hand out.

This year, anything featuring the characters of the hit summer Disney Original film, Descendants 2, are much in demand. Mal, Evie, Ben, Carlos, and Jay returned this summer with a splash! Fans could not get enough of this film’s music, and the ending of the film left the door open for a third movie. The cast is open to the possibility, and they hope Disney is listening!

In the meantime, fans will have to be happy with watching the first two movies over and over again and keeping the spirit of the characters alive with these Disney Descendants 2 Valentine’s Day cards.

Disney Descendants 2 Valentine’s Day Cards

Disney Descendants 2 Valentine's Day cards contain 32 cards with a foil tattoo

Available on Amazon

This package of Descendants 2 valentines contains 32, enough for your child’s class and others she wishes to hand them out to. The cards do not feature the actual actors, but their animated versions from the popular Disney Channel series.

 

Disney Descendants 2 Valentine's Day package

Available on Amazon

This Descendants 2 Valentine’s Day bundle is great for those who love to create their own Valentines to hand out to friends and teachers. Included are 24 pencils and 24 stickers to add to any card your child creates. She can bring it to school in the plastic bag that is included with the bundle.

There are a few other varieties of Disney Descendants Valentine’s Day cards available for children to exchange with each other.

 

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