Valentine Fortune Teller

Item: 141633

$ 7.99
Item #:  141633
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These Fortune Tellers are Both a Valentine Activity and a Valentine Card from YOU!

Children first personalize these fortune tellers by slotting in favorites they love (favorite book title, best movie, most-loved school activity, etc.). Then they can partner up for a fun guessing game. Includes guide with how-to instructions.

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Present information, findings, and supporting evenidence such that listeners can follow the line of reasoning and the organization, development, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
  • Set of 32 Fortune Tellers
  • Really Good Stuff Activity Guide

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5 Star
5.0 (based on 8 reviews)


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Easy To Use (3)
Colorful (4)
Attractive Design (4)
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Reviewed by 8 Customers
5 Stars

I loved giving this as a teacher valentine.

The children loved getting these, filling them out, folding them and then using them with each other. Directions are clear, and the third graders were thrilled.
By from , RI
5 Stars

A great gift that kids LOVE!

I have bought these for many years. They are educational, help with rhyming, and most of all FUN! A great valentine party activity! Only drawback--hard for younger kids to fold correctly. I did most of the folding.
By teacher2 from , WI
5 Stars

Valentine Fortune Teller

My comment exists from last year! They are still great
By HHR from , NB
5 Stars

Valentine Fortune Teller

I used these in my kindergarten. I had them all folded as it was a bit complicated for K. Grade Two and three would love filling in the blanks. They are nice.
By HHR from , NB
5 Stars

Great Activity

My students had a blast on Valentine's Day. They would have used their fortune tellers all day if I let them!
By 2nd grade teacher from , IL