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Love Heart Waterfall Card

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Free | 3 pages (PDF)|Grades: 1 - 6

A gorgeous love heart waterfall template for your students to create for someone special.

Have your students use this card template to create a special card for Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day or Mother’s Day!

Print the first page out for each of your students.

Alternatively, you can use the blank heart template to print on coloured paper to save on your coloured ink!

Check out the video below for step-by-step instructions.

 
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Hey guys! Great craft and video! We just paused the video at each step and followed along! The kids loved this craft and felt so accomplished at the end. Thanks again for all the resources and helpful videos!

Neda ` Ramin · Sep 16th, 2020

Hi Neda

Thank you for your kind comment! I am so glad your students felt such a sense of accomplishment with this and that you’re finding our videos helpful.

Kind regards

Janeen

Janeen · Sep 16th, 2020

Hi there,Is there a way to make this video available to our students to create a Mother’s Day card during remote learning?

Melanie Woods · Apr 24th, 2020

Hi Melanie,

All our videos are available from the Teach Starter YouTube channel!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOJA1gGG0E10GQ9FDg7eu_w

The video for this resource is included as #2 in this Love Heart Craft Activities video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gh1zW6p1ABI&feature=youtu.be

Paul (Teach Starter) · Apr 27th, 2020

Hi Melanie – we do have this video on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gh1zW6p1ABI&t=38s. Let me know if you need any other information.

Holly (Teach Starter) · Apr 27th, 2020

Terrific! Thanks for your prompt reply and awesome resources.

Melanie Woods · Apr 27th, 2020

This Made Activity Was Great!

Prashant Chawla · Feb 14th, 2020

Thank you for your kind feedback, Prashant! I’m so glad your students enjoyed this activity.

Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Feb 17th, 2020

My students LOVED this, even the boys who think their ‘too cool’ to make craft things. Thank you!!!

Melinda Bryant · May 11th, 2019

Hey Melinda, great to hear your wonderful feedback. Glad your students enjoyed this one.

Royce (Teach Starter) · May 13th, 2019

this looked so fun my students loved it

Millie Speed · May 5th, 2019

Hi Millie, thank you for your lovely feedback. Glad to hear your students loved this.

Royce (Teach Starter) · May 7th, 2019

HI, we’re keen to finish off tomorrow, could somebody please answer re the folding ^

Kirstie Browne · May 7th, 2018

Hi Kirstie, I have commented on your original message. Thank you

Holly (Teach Starter) · May 8th, 2018

Thanks Holly, it’s the folding we are unsure of, are they all folded under, ie same direction, not back and forth like a fan?

Kirstie Browne · May 3rd, 2018

I was wondering the same thing!

Renee · May 3rd, 2018

Hi Renee, they are folded the same way.

Holly (Teach Starter) · May 8th, 2018

Absolutely WAY too fast to follow instructions, particularly witrh the class! It says this is a preview, then where are the full instructions??

Kirstie Browne · May 1st, 2018

Hi Kirstie, thanks for your feedback. The video was intended to show teachers how to create the card so that they could in turn explain it to their students. We appreciate your feedback and have made the video slower for you to show to your students.

I hope this is useful for you. Thanks again for your comment.

Holly (Teach Starter) · May 2nd, 2018

Absolutely WAY too fast to follow instructions, particularly witrh the class! It says this is apreview, then where are the full instructions??

Kirstie Browne · May 1st, 2018

Hi Kirstie, I hope you found the slower video easier to follow with your students.

Holly (Teach Starter) · May 22nd, 2018

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