Printable Valentine Cards for Kids

by Melissa

These printable Valentine cards for kids are suitable for preschool, kindergarten and grade school children to exchange for the holiday.

These printable Valentine cards for kids are suitable for preschool, kindergarten and grade school children to exchange for the holiday.

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Exchanging valentines has been a fun tradition for kids for decades. 

While store made cards are simple and easy to buy, kids will be proud of cards they can cut out and say that put together themselves.

Consider making these printable valentine cards for kids a tradition each Valentine’s Day. 

To print the cards below, click on the link or photo and follow the instructions per each blogger.

It’s best to print them on card stock or heavier paper so that they are a little sturdier. 

 

HOT TIP
Print out a test version on regular printer paper. This will allow you to adjust if needed prior to printing multiple copies.


Free Printable Valentine’s Day Cards for Kids

Make this cute Valentine treat for your loved one or your kids classmates. Super cute and easy!

You Blow Me Away | Today’s Creative Ideas

For a classmate’s version, you could always wrap just one separately or even using smaller packages such as smarties.

I "CHEWS" You Valentine's Day Classmate Treat

I Chews You | Today’s Creative Ideas

This Valentine classroom gift idea is super cute and super easy.

All you need is some clear cellophane bags, the gum (you can use whatever kind floats your boat, some ribbon/twine to tie the bag up and a printer to print off the free printable.

No mommy stress is my kind of treat.

Have A Jawsome Valentine’s Day (Baby Shark)
Happiness is Homemade

“Are your kids obsessed with Baby Shark? Take their love to the next level with these FREE Baby Shark Printable Valentine Cards!” – Happiness is Homemade

You Rock Valentine’s Day Card
Classic Play

I like you a bot!
Kiki & Co.

“They come in 4 colors for both boys and girls, and would be a perfect addition in a cute bag with a candy robot or super cute all alone!” – Kiki & Company



I love this little robot idea for printable valentine cards for kids and the candy robot that Kiki & Company made to go with it. You can also find that over on their site as well.

Hooked on you Valentine’s Day Card
Frugal Coupon Living

“Do you need a cute non-candy Valentine to pass out for your child? Well, who can resist a bag of Valentine’s treats that smile at you? An adorable alternative to candy for Valentine’s Day this cute printable and treat idea ideas is perfect for classmates, neighbors, or family. Use any variety of goldfish you prefer, sweet or salty.” – Frugal Coupon Living

You’re so Sharp
Or So She Said

Color me happy
The Pretty Bee

“Valentines don’t have to be edible to be fun, which is why this cute crayon Valentine is a nice idea for little kids.” – The Pretty Bee

You O’Fishally have our hearts
One Creative Mommy

“Does your valentine officially have your heart?” – One Creative Mommy

Rocket Launcher Valentine
I Can Teach My Child

“I love making valentines for my boys to hand out each year.  I enjoy the challenge of trying to come up with something creative that fits their current interests/personality while still being cute and affordable.”  – I Can Teach My Child

Yoda Best
Design Wash Rinse Repeat

I Wheelie Like You
It’s Taylor Made for C.R.A.F.T.

Dino-Mite Valentine’s Day Card
Sweet C Designs

You are the WRITE kind of friend
I Can Teach My Child

“This super fun non-mushy, candy-free valentine is perfect for preschoolers and school-aged kids.  Everyone loves a shuttle pen with different color of ink, right?!?!” – I Can Teach My Child

John 3:16 Valentine
Paintbrushes and Popsicles

You’re A-MAZE-ing
Our Kid Things

You’re A Gem
The Suburban Mom 



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