GoGo SqueeZ Valentine’s Day Pouch Covers: Free Downloads And Easy Craft For Kids

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. My children are all looking for fun ideas to bring to school for their friends and what better idea than a sweet treat that is not only tasty but healthy as well? February is National Snack Food Month, so here is a great idea for your little ones to enjoy for the upcoming holiday that involves a little love and a lot of flavor.

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GoGo SqueeZ applesauce pouches are cute enough. We all know that! But here are some free printables for you to download that you can use to spruce up their design specifically for Valentine’s Day! With slogans like “I like you BERRY much!” and “You are BERRY special!”, the kids will enjoy the play on words as well. Super fun!

Here’s the truth. Valentine’s Day is all about love and friendship and emotions and connections… but it’s also about chocolate and candy and sugar and UGH! Why does every holiday have to revolve around sugary sweets? It is just too much for me to handle at times – especially when I have grandparents that spoil. My husband and I are both only children. These grandchildren are the ONLY grandchildren. Can you imagine how much chocolate and candy comes into my house on each holiday? It’s massive! Knowing that I can control what happens in school – it makes all the difference. And you know what? I know all the other parents of the class children will thank me too!

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GoGo SqueeZ applesauce is made with nothing but real, fresh fruit and a splash of juice. It’s been certified as GMO-free and you can always expect to NEVER find anything artificial or any added sugars, colors, flavors or preservatives. And if you are someone who likes to mix and match, I have great news! There are so many flavors to choose from. Some of my favorites include ApplePumpkin Spice, AppleBerry, AppleCherry, AppleCinnamon, and ApplePeach! Those are just the tip of the iceberg too! Dig deep in their flavor profile… just remember to bring a spoon. Actually… you don’t need one! These pouches are everything you need to enjoy this tasty treat.

Are your children in the nut and dairy free allergy class? Great news! GoGo SqueeZ products are free of common allergens, including gluten, nuts, and dairy! That means the class will be able to enjoy GoGo SqueeZ with confidence and ease.

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Are you ready to get started with this Valentine’s Day arts and craft project? Grab a pair of scissors and some tape and then download this kit and get ready for some fun.

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How To Make Your Valentine’s Day Pouches

Grab your GoGo squeeZ pouches and set them aside. Cut out the designs and tape them around the pouch. Make sure to write out who they are going to and who they are from. Voila! Make sure you let the children help with the process. Making a mess is all part of the fun! Besides, you will have plenty of treats around and on hand to keep them going. Caleb loves to cut and tape – it’s one of his favorite activities! We did a little test run for this shoot and he made his very first Valentine to… himself! LOL! Of course he did. He wanted all the applesauce after we were done. Gotta love a kid that knows what he wants. 🙂

 

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So, what are you waiting for?! Download your free Valentine’s Day GoGo squeeZ printables today.

*I’ve teamed up with GoGo SqueeZ to share the news about healthy snack options for kids.

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Comments

  1. Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle wrote:

    Those are super cute! I think these are the perfect Valentine’s Day treat for the kiddos. Love it!

    Posted 2.3.17
  2. Karissa @WithOurBest (@withourbest) wrote:

    These are great ideas for Valentines! I like that it is healthier than candy too!

    Posted 2.3.17
  3. Dogvills wrote:

    What fun and cute idea! I’d like to do something like this with the twins. Thanks for the idea.

    Posted 2.3.17
  4. Jonna wrote:

    These are so cute! My kids actually get candied-out at valentines day festivities and this would be a great alternative. Super cute!!

    Posted 2.4.17
  5. Marielle Altenor wrote:

    What a fun Valentine’s Day treat idea. Would be perfect for a daycare that doesn’t allow candies.

    Posted 2.7.17

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