Valentine’s Day is always fun when you’re in grade school. It’s all so innocent, with no real heart break because everyone is your special Valentine. What better way to share the love than with some cute, customized Valentine’s Day printables you won’t find in the store!?
*Originally published in January 2018.
While Valentine’s Day was always fun to celebrate as a kid, the one thing I disliked about classroom celebrations was that many of us had the same valentines cards to pass out. What fun is that?
So as my kids are going through school, I thought it would be fun to offer them some different options, outside of valentines that can be found in stores. Yes, the classroom cards found in stores are typically what’s popular right now, but it’s also fun to stand out with something different.
That said, I created my own printable valentines for my kids to pass out to their classmates. And I’m offering them to you too!
Check out the free printable classroom valentines below, along with printing instructions. The free printables include themes like honey bees, monsters, pirates, rock ‘n roll girls, superheroes, and heart-shaped sucker attachments.
And don’t forget to peep the premium designs towards the bottom, if you really want something unique – Harry Potter, Alice in Wonderland, and more!
How to Print:
- Join the Making Time for Memories Community. This will help you stay current with all the new printables, new recipes, and my favorite, new giveaways!
- You will immediately receive a welcome email, which will contain a link to the “Library of Free Printables” page.
- Visit the “Library of Free Printables” page, locate the Valentines printable you want, click, and print.
If you’re already a member of the Making Time for Memories Community, simply visit the Library of Free Printables!
Premium Printable Valentines Designs
The Harry Potter inspired valentines, in particular, have been a best seller! There are even some printable bookmarks to match, that would be perfect classroom gifts to send along with the valentines cards.
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