I love any reason to get kids reading–that’s no secret.
And I love a good joke.
That’s really no secret, either.
So I made these Valentine’s Day joke notes to put on plain-Jane water bottles, over the label.
I love them.
Valentine’s Day water bottle labels will not only give your kids–or students–something refreshing to drink, but it’ll give them something to laugh about as well.
Here’s the skinny. . .
Valentine’s Day Water Bottle Labels — Get Your Kids Reading Jokes!
Making these is super easy for any parent or teacher.
Here’s how to make them:
1. Print your Water Bottle Labels
You need no special paper, my friend. Regular ole computer paper will do.
Grab them here in the teach mama shop:
There are ten labels, which I think is perfect for any regular-sized classroom. That way, kids in little table clusters will have different jokes to read and share!
2. Cut the labels
Really–just cut them straight across the paper by separating the labels. Do not trim the edges at all.
The length is perfect for wrapping around a water bottle.
3. Tape the edges together.
We used one piece of tape and made sure that the tape connected the paper and touched the bottle as well.
How cute are they?
Cora helped me tape the labels on as we finished up her Valentines and gathered things for her class party. It took five minutes.
Want a few more fun Valentine’s Day ideas? Check out:
- How to throw a rockstar Valentine’s Day class party
- Valentine’s Day Class party 2.0
- Valentine’s Day Class Party ideas: Get Kids Moving and Grooving
- Minute to Win It Class Party
- Musical Hearts
- Secret Message Valentines
- Fun Dip Valentines
- Melted Crayon Valentines
- Bookmark Valentines
- Scratch-Off Ticket Valentines
- Valentine’s Day Lunchbox Notes
- HEART Bingo
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