Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you know what that means. You have to get Valentine’s Day cards for everyone in your class. EVERYONE! Even Hailey B. Mom explained to me that the school makes you give a card to everyone so that no one feels left out or unpopular. If you’re an 8-year-old boy like me, you’re probably not best friends with everyone in your class.
So, knowing what Valentine’s Day card to give to each person can be tricky. That’s why I put together some tips to help you out.
Valentine’s Day cards for your best friends.
This is where you can give exactly what you want. The card can say “best friends” without having to worry that suddenly this classmate will want to sit with you at lunch. I recommend a card that has someone cool on it that your friend likes. Spider-Man or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are always friend favorites. Also, make sure there’s a pun or play on words.
Valentine’s Day cards for kids that are okay, but who aren’t really friends.
Careful here. Stay away from words or phrases that could cause confusion. Words to avoid are “friends” and “like”. Instead look for cards that are vague and use words like, buddy, pal, or dude.
Valentine’s Day cards for kids that you don’t really like at all.
Just find a card with just a picture and no words on it. The picture doesn’t even have to be of something cool. You just have to technically give them something.
Valentine’s Day cards for girls in your class.
Just one rule here. Never get a card with the word “love” on it. You’re just asking to get chased at recess every day.
Have a Happy Valentine’s Day, Dude.