Classroom Party Craft: Edible Valentine’s Day Tic Tac Toe Game

I can’t believe that Valentine’s day is just around the corner. This year has already been flying by and it seems like the kids were just at home for their winter break. Are you a room mom for your child’s classroom? Do you help plan Valentine’s day class party?

My son always looks forward to class parties because he gets to socialize with his classmates, eat fun treats, make a cute craft or snack idea, and games if there is any time left. Check out our classroom party idea:

Edible Valentine’s Day Tic Tac Toe Game

Supplies Needed to Make the Tic Tac Toe Board

  • Graham Crackers
  • White Tub of Frosting 
  • Baggie or Piping Bag with tip (aff link)
  • Candy Hearts

Gather your supplies needed to make the Edible Tic Tac Toe

Break the graham crackers in half.

Fill baggie (cut corner) or Wilton Piping Bag with icing.

Pipe the tic tac toe board on graham cracker halves.

Use candy hearts and enjoy a game of tic tac toe!

It is hard to believe that room moms are already looking for Valentine’s Day craft ideas. Not only is Valentine’s Day Tic Tac Toe board an edible snack, but they can also play a game with their friends during the party.

Years ago, you could bring homemade treats to schools but with peanut allergies and other problems, its a shame that schools have had to ban them. These cute Valentine’s Day Monster treats are another easy snack idea and the kids can do them by themselves too.

Are you a room mom looking for Valentine’s day class party? Have the kids make this fun classroom party craft. Would your classroom enjoy making this edible Valentine’s Day Tic Tac Toe Game?

13 thoughts on “Classroom Party Craft: Edible Valentine’s Day Tic Tac Toe Game”

  1. This edible tic tac toe game is just too adorable!!! I love that the boards are quick and easy to make, and the ingredients are wallet friendly. The perfect treat at a Valentine’s Day classroom party.

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  2. That is so cute and perfect for any school party. I can make this for the 3-year-old’s Valentine’s PArty at preschool.

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  3. That is a nice idea! I will suggest this to my teacher friend. I am sure she’ll love to make this for her students so they can have a fun Valentine’s day party at school.

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