Silhouetted Stamped Heart: A Valentine’s Card

Everyone loves gifts that are hand-made. In this activity, learners are going to create a card that they made with creativity and love.

In this activity, the students will be making a Valentine’s Day card. Using a cardstock, they will create a stencil and will color it with their fingerprints. This is a fun activity that the students will surely enjoy.

After this activity, the students are expected to make and decorate a valentine’s card for their loved ones.

  • Active and Engaged
  • Skill Building
ItemsQtyVendor

White Cardstock

40Amazon

Ink Pad (Red)

20Office Depot

Ultra Fine Tip Black Marker

20Dollar Tree

Kids Scissors

20Amazon

Pencil

20Amazon

Glue

20Amazon: School Glue
  • Fingerprints: the mark that is made by pressing the tip of a finger on a surface.
  • Stencil: a piece of paper, metal, etc., that has a design, letter, etc., cut out of it.
  • Valentines: a social gathering of invited guests, typically involving eating, drinking, and entertainment.
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The tutor must:

  1. Make a project to provide an example for the students.
  2. Prepare the materials needed to accomplish the activity.

Valentine’s Day is the most awaited day for couples or children to give cards, chocolates, flowers or any significant gifts to their loved ones. In this lesson, the tutor will teach the students to make a Valentine’s Day Card that they will give to their parents, grandparents, siblings, or friends.

 

 

Watch the video for step-by-step instructions.

Ask the students to pick the trash and put them in the trash bin.

This kind of activity is good to improve the students’ creativity. They will be able to make any greeting cards using the same technique from now on.

  • Self-Efficacy: Young people believe in their own capabilities and their ability to learn, achieve goals, and succeed.
  • Interpersonal Skills: Young people use effective communication and collaboration skills to establish and maintain positive and productive relationships.
  • Self-Management: Young people regulate and monitor their own behaviors, feelings, and impulses in order to make responsible decisions, maintain focus, and achieve goals.
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