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Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Peaceable Kingdom Valentines from Mindware

Disclosure: I was sent these products in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

Can you believe Valentine's Day is next week? It is coming fast. Are you ready? Hazel always wants Valentines with little gifts but the school asks for non-candy Valentines. Do you have this issue? Well I turned to Mindware this year for some fun Valentines. We picked out three different ones to review and share with you from their new ones this year. Hazel loved the Scented Eraser Valentines and thought they would be perfect for her classmates. 



The box comes with 28 little boxes that have an eraser inside. There are three different erasers and boxes. There is the banana scented monkey, the strawberry scented hedgehog and the kiwi scented koala. Each animal is holding the fruit of its scent. 



The erasers are so cute and the sayings are fun to go with the erasers. I love that they play on the scent or animal. 

Hazel also loves the Flamingo Charm Super Fun Valentine Pack. These are perfect for her girlfriends. The charms are so cute. The pack comes with 28 cards in three designs, stickers to put the charms on the cards, envelopes and 28 charms. 



The one thing I wish was the charms came with hooks. I bought a package of lanyard hooks for under $2. This hook makes the charms more usable to attach to zippers on backpacks or purses.

The final type of Valentines I picked to give to the kids in math club. A few weeks ago we spent the hour sleuthing with codes, so these are perfect.

These cute robot Valentines are fun and relatively easy to crack since they give you the code. They are a bit easier than some of the decoding we did in math club but I know the kids will have fun with them. This set has 28 cards in three different designs and 28 envelopes. 

All of the cards have the message decoding on the back. It is printed upside down. I like that the cards are more about friendship than love. I also like that they are not super feminine or masculine. 

I love that all of the sets include 28 Valentines. This is perfect for a large class size or for siblings with small classes to share. What are your kids doing for Valentine's Day?

If you are looking for more Valentine's Day reviews, printables and/or activities and crafts check out our posts here