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Looking to show some love to your teachers this Valentine’s Day? This free printable is a cute way to say you love your teacher!

I Heart My Teacher

If you love your teachers or are thankful for them, show some teacher appreciation by giving them a Valentine too! This fun teacher appreciation printable is a fun way to say I love you.

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What you need to make this:

  • White Card Stock
  • Double stick tape or scotch tape
  • Heart shaped wrapped candies (such as Hershey’s or Reese’s)

How to make a Teacher Appreciation Valentine

  • Download the printable.
  • Print on white card stock.
  • Cut out the valentine.
  • Tape a candy heart to the center.

Teacher Appreciation Ideas

Last Updated on January 27, 2023

Dorothy Kern

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  1. Do you still need help? Did I miss sign ups for teachers or are you doing this on your own ? LMK if I can help. You always have such cute ideas….. hugs

  2. Adorable!! Also? The 99-cent store has those Palmer’s hearts! Go get ’em before everyone else uses them for their gorgeous Valentines!
    Thanks so much Dorothy – and I can only imagine the teachers must be spoiled ROTTEN by you!

    1. I knew I’d seen them somewhere recently! I just couldn’t believe Walmart didn’t have them. Shoot, they have them at the grocery store too! 🙂 Thanks Kelly!

  3. These are awesome! And, I’m glad we could be inspirational 😀 Thanks for the shout out!

    Happy Valentine’s week 😀


  4. What a great idea for cards for coworkers and other special people in your life. And you are amazing to look after the teachers the way you do. They must truly appreciate you! Thanks for this fun idea, Dorothy! : )