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FREE Printable Valentines And Valentine’s Day Ideas For Kids

These free printable Valentines are perfect for kids! These printable Valentine cards are cuteness overload, and are quick and easy to make. There are even a few Valentine’s Day ideas, like a sweet breakfast and Valentine crafts for kids too.

free printable you make my heart glow valentine

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, I thought it would be fun to share some super cute Valentine’s Day ideas for kids. Because who doesn’t love a super cute craft or printable?

All of these crafts and free printable Valentines were created by mamas for mamas. And, believe me when I say they are some pretty busy ladies too.

Which means that ALL of these projects are easy! And that is always a winner in our neck of the woods. Am I right?

Because we both know that you love some Valentine’s Day creations, but do not have a ton of time to be crafting and making all day long.

So, let’s get started on these quick and easy AND absolutely precious free printable Valentines and a few more Valentine’s Day ideas for your sweet kids. Shall we?

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Free Printable Valentines

Can we just put it out there that FREE printables are pretty amazing?!? I mean, all of the creations and prettiness is enough to make your heart burst.

They are even more fabulous when you need something crafty and creative like NOW. And, all you have to do is print it. I mean, clearly pintables are where it is at!

And, these free printable Valentines are no exception. Each of these are incredibly cute, and are super duper easy to make.

These are hands down some of my absolute favorite Valentine cards for kids. They are perfect for your child’s classroom Valentine party, or to hand out to their friends too.

Since you may not love the idea of handing out candy, and there are classrooms and friends that have food allergies. I have included non candy Valentine printable options as well.

free printable valentines with glow sticks you make my heart glow

This Valentine template printable makes for a wonderful non candy option for your child’s classmates and friends. And, what kid doesn’t love glow sticks?

You will love how super easy they are to make too! Seriously, this free printable Valentine can be made in just a few minutes.

All you need for this Valentine’s Day idea is glow sticks, and the free printable Valentine cards. I mean it really does not get much easier than that. Get on it now mama!

free printable I like you beary much valentine

Can we talk about how cute these ‘I Like You Beary Much’ free printable Valentine tags by Simply Bessy are? I love the play on words with ‘beary’ and using gummy bears.

All you need are gummy bears, clear or themed bags, the free printable Valentine tags, and some heart stickers. These would be perfect for your child’s classmates and friends.

free printable no candy kids valentine
My Sweet Lilac

You will also love this ‘I will Owl-Ways be your friend’ free Valentine printable card by My Sweet Lilac.

I love how your child can color them, and make them their own for their friends. For instance, my daughter Willow, was very adamant that each of the cards had her friends favorite colors. It’s a really fun way to have your younger kids get involved in the Valentine craft process.

Side Note: My Sweet Lilac has a ton of beautiful and lovely prints. They are all beyond gorgeous, and are such an easy way to decorate your home. Be sure to check out her shop HERE.

free printable I always have your back valentine with emoji keychains
Paper Heart Family

You will also love these free printable Emoji Valentine’s Day Cards by Paper Heart Family. Talk about perfect for an older child’s classroom. I know my son’s classmates would absolutely love this Valentine’s Day idea!

All you need for this craft is the free printable Valentine and some emoji keychains. How easy is that?

free printable hugs and kisses valentine printable
Miss Sue Living

You will love the simplicity and classic look of these Hugs and Kisses Valentine’s Cards by Miss Sue Living. And, again so quick and easy to make too! Are you starting to notice a theme here?

Listen, you are a busy mama! We try to keep things as simple and quick around here as humanly possible. ๐Ÿ™‚

Valentine’s Day Ideas

You now have a ton of ideas for free printable Valentines for your kids. But, you may be wanting to go one step further. And, frankly speaking, I don’t blame you!

Here you will find some really cute and simple Valentine crafts, and even some beyond precious breakfast ideas. What child wouldn’t love a special Valentine’s Day breakfast? PS All of these are quick and easy Valentine’s Day ideas too. ๐Ÿ˜‰

 
valentine's day ideas homemade crayon hearts
Also Known as Mama

You are going to love these Homemade Valentine Crayons by Also Known as Mama. These are a perfect Valentine’s Day craft for kids, and would also be a super sweet Valentine to give away too. And, you will love the fact that it is something that your child will love to use as well.

valentine's day ideas with fabric banner
Flippin Fanchers

If you are anything like me, then you are obsessed with all things fabric banner related! But, you may be slightly intimidated to create your own.

Let Angie from Flippin Fanchers remove any intimidation that you may have about creating your own fabric banner with this DIY Fabric Banner for Valentine’s Day.

She walks you through exactly how to make this super cute Valentine’s Day idea so you know what to do each step of the way. You will love how easy this project is, and you can even swap out the fabrics and colors for various holidays and celebrations too. It is the craft that keeps on giving!

valentine's day ideas handprint craft
A Sprinkle of Joy

I seriously cannot get over this preciously adorable Valentine’s Day Handprint Craft by A Sprinkle of Joy. What a beyond perfect Valentine’s Day idea for your newborn or infant!

This will be a treasured keepsake, and it is incredibly easy to make too! And, you will love how it can be displayed all year and doesn’t have to only come out specifically for Valentine’s Day.

valentine's day ideas with homemade bath bomb hearts
Ashley Solberg

How cool are these Homemade Kid Safe Bath Bombs by Ashley Solberg? They are a brilliant Valentine’s Day idea for the kids, and they are safe for them too!

These would make a lovely Valentine’s Day gift for your child, and would also work incredibly well as a teacher’s gift too. Seriously, I think everyone loves a great bath bomb.

valentine's day ideas heart shaped cinnamon rolls
Perfectly Port Family

If you’re stuck on ideas for what to do for the kiddos on Valentine’s Day morning, these 4 Simple Valentine’s Breakfast Ideas by Simple Purposeful Living are on point!

Erin, showcases some quick, easy, and cute Valentine’s Day ideas for breakfast like pink pancakes and heart shaped cinnamon rolls. Your child will feel so special, and start the day that is all about love off to a great start with any of these breakfast ideas!

Wrapping Up

You now have a bunch of free printable Valentines for you child and their classmates. In case your child has food allergies, classmates with food allergies, or you would prefer to go the non candy route this year. You have some non candy options as well.

You also have some great Valentine’s Day ideas for breakfast, crafts, and even a teacher’s gift idea too.

Doesn’t it feel great to be ready for Valentine’s Day this year? And, knowing that it only takes a few minutes and not hours to create! Because we are all about keeping things simple so that you can get back to where you are needed most!

 

 SAVE IT FOR LATER

free printable valentines cards for kids

 

Valentine's Day Ideas For Kids
Valentine's Day Ideas For Kids

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30 Comments

  1. I am super last minute mom So I really enjoyed this post. I usually rush to Wal-Mart the night before the class party so I think I might actually get creative this year.

  2. These are truly super cute Valentine’s Day ideas! I miss the days when the whole class received Valentine’s from everyone. Those were the good ol’ days. If I had kids of my own, I would definitely be using one of these ideas for their class, but that time shall come later down the road! I can still enjoy those heart-shaped cinnamon rolls though!

  3. I love the glow stick option. My kids have allergies so they cannot have most candies. I like to make them some extra Valentines they can enjoy since they can’t have the ones they get from school. Can’t wait to try it out thanks for the great idea!

    1. I am right there with you mama! That’s why i was so excited to make one with glow sticks…it’s something they can actually use! ๐Ÿ™‚ I am so happy that you were able to find something that could work for your family! XO Amanda

  4. Oh, I can’t wait to try making bath bombs! This is a great round-up and I know each one of my kiddos will enjoy handing out these ladies Valentine printables to their friends.

  5. Thanks for the mention and I am definitely pinning this list! So many awesome Valentineโ€™s Day projects and food!

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