I love J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books! I was talking with a friend and co-worker a few days ago who shares my love of all things Potter. She inspired me to make these fun Valentine's Day cards.
As teacher valentines, you can print off the cards with the QR codes on them to give your students a free, sugar-free Valentine treat: Homework Pass, Sit By a Friend Pass, Tech Time Pass, Lunch Bunch Pass, or Head Boy or Girl. You can assign your own meanings to any of the passes to work for your classroom.
There is also an option to use them without QR codes as well as an option to use them for student Valentines. These would be nice to have for those students who cannot afford to buy valentine cards or who forget to bring them.
-16 different cards with QR codes
-those same 16 cards without QR codes
-printable teacher treats
-direction page on using QR codes
Ideas for Treat Meanings-
Homework Pass: being excused from a homework assignment, getting an extra day to finish an assignment, doing only even or odd problems, or getting to choose the homework assignment for a specific subject that day
Sit By a Friend: sit next to a friend for a whole day or part of a day, sit by a friend during a special class or lunch, recipient and friend choose a special place to sit for the day or part of it like in a special chair or at a special table
Tech Time: extra time on a computer or mobile device, allowed to play on any school approved site for a specified amount of time instead of typical site, allowed to choose the technology used in a lesson, allowed to use the technology portion of a homework assignment, in charge of the mouse to advance slides in the teacher presentation or use of the IWB pen or wand
Lunch Bunch: first in line for lunch for a week, allowed to eat lunch with the teacher, have lunch in the classroom with a friend or two, invite any adult to have lunch with them
Head Boy or Girl: special helper for the day, errand runner, in charge when teacher steps out of the room, responsible for monitoring technology, line leader, virtually anything you want it to be!