15 Cute and Free Printable Valentines Cards for Kids

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This Valentine’s Day skip over the store-bought Valentine exchange cards and let your little ones make their own Valentines with these free printables! Besides being free these cute cards you can put together in just a few minutes at home! If you don’t have a printer you can also print at your local print shop! The best part, most of these free printable valentines cards for kids don’t include a sweet treat either, so they’re a great way to have fun with non-candy valentines.

15 free printable valentines cards for kids assembled and displayed on kitchen counter.

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I’ve included a “from” line for your kids to add their personal touch to these free printable Valentine’s cards!

So the supplies needed to assemble these free printable valentines cards for kids are inexpensive and easy to find! I purchased most everything from Target, but you can also find similar options at Wal-Mart, Dollar Store, or Amazon! For best results, I recommend printing all cards on white card stock, but you can also print on regular printer paper.

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How to Download Free Printable Valentines Cards for Kids

Downloading these free printable valentines cards for kids is so easy! Simply click the link to whichever printable card you want to use and you’ll be automatically directed to the PDF file! So other than the supplies for each, there’s no additional cost! These printables are for your personal use only.

15 free printable valentines cards for kids assembled and displayed on kitchen counter.

But before you go onto the free printables a quick note. Be sure to always check recommended ages for the ideas listed below because of possible choking hazards.

Free Printable Valentine’s Day Cards

Instead of having to scroll you can use the list below to skip to the free printable valentines cards for kids you’re wanting to use or if you want to check them all out just scroll on down!

Non-edible Options with Free Printable Cards

Bouncy Balls

These adorable Valentines with bright colors are a great alternative to using candy. What kid doesn’t love this small toy?

Child holding bouncy ball valentine.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out the bouncy ball cards in the amount you need for your child’s class.
  2. Next, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Then, cut each card out.
  4. Place 1-2 bouncy balls in each small goodie bag. Fold the bag top over until you have your desired size or you may want to cut part of the top off depending on the height of your goodie bags.
  5. Finally, place the card over the front of the bag, and fold over the small, top white portion of the card so you can staple it to the bag.

Glow Sticks

These fun cards are sure to be a favorite with simple love notes and glow sticks! And best of all, these cards use the traditional Valentine color scheme of red and white, making it a card little boys or little girls will love to share!

Child holding glow stick valentine.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. First, print out the glow stick cards in the amount you need for your child’s classroom.
  2. Next, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Cut each card out.
  4. Then, cut a small slit before the “G” in “glow” and also one after the “W” in “glow”. Though you can use scissors, using a utility knife works the best.
  5. Lastly, take one glow stick and thread through the slits starting at the first slit, going down, and coming up through the second slit. Be careful not to break the glowstick in the process.

Bubbles

This cute Valentine includes the sweetest bubbles! Bubbles are always a fun activity, especially for the younger kids!

Mini bubbles valentine card assembled and laying on kitchen table.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out the bubbles cards in the amount you need for your child’s classroom.
  2. Then, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Next, cut out each card.
  4. Lastly, lay one mini bubbles on a card in the middle, under the words, and then use your washi tape to attach it.

Sticky Hearts

This fun Valentine’s Day card includes sticky hearts! They are a fun toy and are loved by kids of all ages! 

Sticky heart free printable valentines cards for kids assembled and laying on kitchen table.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out the sticky heart cards in the amount you need for your child’s class.
  2. Next, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Then, cut each card out.
  4. Place a sticky heart in each small plastic goodie bag. Fold the bag top over until you have your desired size or you may need to cut the top depending on the height of your goodie bags.
  5. Finally, place the card over the front of the bag, and fold over the small, top white portion of the card so you can staple it to the bag.

Slap Bracelets

This small gift is sure to be a favorite! My kids love them!

Child holding completed slap bracelet valentine for one of the free printable valentines cards for kids.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out the slap bracelet cards in the amount you need for your child’s class.
  2. Next, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Then, cut each card out.
  4. Cut a slit above the words at the top and then another slit below the “from” line. Though you can use scissors, using a utility knife works best. Also, be sure to leave enough space for your child to write their name.
  5. Finally, place the top of the slap bracelet through the bottom slit and then up through the top slit.

Mazes

I found these cute mazes when I was out shopping! My kids use these often on long car rides and surely your littles love them too!

Maze valentine assembled and displayed on kitchen table for one of the free printable valentines cards for kids.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out maze cards in the amount you need for your child’s class.
  2. Then, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Lastly, place the maze under the words of the card and use the washi tape to attach it.

Stickers

Stickers are another favorite for all kids!

Child holding the stickers completed free printable valentines cards for kids.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out sticker cards in the amount you need for your child’s class.
  2. Then, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Finally, place the stickers under the words of the card and use the washi tape to attach it.

Pencils

Kids are constantly needing pencils and what a fun gift to give that they can use over and over!

Child holding completed pencil free printable valentines cards for kids.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out pencil cards in the amount you need for your child’s class.
  2. Then, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Lastly, place a pencil under the words of the card and use the washi tape to attach it.

Stamps

Have hours of fun with fun Valentine stamps!

Completed stamp valentine on kitchen table.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out stamp cards in the amount you need for your child’s class.
  2. Then, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Finally, place a stamp under the words of the card and use the washi tape to attach it.

Edible Non-Candy Options with Free Printable Cards

Popcorn

This fun design is one of my favorites! This is the perfect way to share a small treat with friends!

Child holding completed popcorn valentine.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out the popcorn cards in the amount you need for your child’s classroom.
  2. Then, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Next, cut out each card.
  4. Hole punch in the center of the card and also the center of the top of the bag.
  5. Lastly, run a string through each hole to attach the card.

Berry Fruit Strips or Circles

We love any kind of fruit strips! We recently discovered fruit circles from Thrive Market that we’ve all been enjoying! It’s a fun snack without all the artificial stuff.

Assembled berry fruit strips valentines on kitchen table.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out fruit strip cards.
  2. Have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Cut out the cards.
  4. Fold on the blue lines to go around the package and attach them with washi tape.

YumEarth Heart Gummies

These gummies are so yummy and there are no artificial colors! Altogether, these are such a fun way to share a special little treat with a friend!

A little treat because you're so sweet valentine held by woman.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out the gummy cards in the amount you need for your child’s classroom.
  2. Then, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Next, cut out each card.
  4. Hole punch in the center of the card and also the center of the bag.
  5. Lastly, run a string through each hole to attach the card.

Chocolate Chip Cookies

I recently found Partake brand cookies and we love them! They have better ingredients in them, but they don’t lack taste. Their chocolate chip cookies are also free of the top 9 allergens!

Child holding the completed we go together like milk and cookies valentine card.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out the cookie cards in the amount you need for your child’s classroom.
  2. Then, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Once they’ve signed, cut out each card.
  4. Hole punch in the center of the card and also the center of the top of the bag.
  5. Finally, run a string through each hole to attach the card.

Mini Chocolate Chip Granola Bars

I always keep some MadeGood brand granola bars on hand for snacks! And this year they had mini chocolate chip granola bars perfect for these cards!

I love your friend-chip valentine card completed with a made good granola bar.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out the cookie cards in the amount you need for your child’s classroom.
  2. Then, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Lastly, lay each mini granola bar under the words and use washi tape to attach it.

Heart-Shaped Veggie Chips

Another better option are these veggie chips for a snack. And of course, the Valentine-themed ones are perfect!

You're all that and a bag of chips valentine card completed and attached to a bag of chips.

Supplies:

How to Assemble:

  1. Print out the chip cards in the amount you need for your child’s classroom.
  2. Then, have your child sign their name on each card.
  3. Once they’ve signed, cut out each card.
  4. Hole punch in the center of the card and also the center of the top of the bag.
  5. Finally, run a string through each hole to attach the card.

In case you missed it, I also have a free printable for applesauce, You’re Awesomesauce Valentine!

Happy Valentine’s Day, I hope you enjoy these fun ideas for classroom valentines. So just pick your favorite little gift, print it, and your little one will be ready for their class party this Valentine’s Day!

More Valentine’s Day Fun

Want another great way to have some Valentine’s Day fun with more free Valentine printables? Just drop your email below to grab my free Valentine’s games printables! In addition to a fun scavenger hunt, there’s also bingo/memory, and 14 days of Valentine’s fun!

In addition, don’t forget to check out a blog post or two for Valentine’s Day crafts and more!

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