At each holiday, there are a few good websites to check for free printable holiday greeting cards, crafts, party decorations and coloring pages. Here are the best free printable Valentines Day crafts, greeting cards, valentines for classroom exchanges and children’s Valentine’s Day activities.
Start at The Toymaker for whimsical, Victorian-inspired Valentine’s Day crafts. This link takes you to the Holidays – Valentine’s Day page, but be sure to check out all the free printable toys, stories, games, crafts, cut and paste, holiday activities and novelties for children. The Toymaker, whose name is Marilyn makes all these free printables herself. For Valentine’s Day crafts, there are free printable valentines greeting cards, treat boxes, a cute elephant valentine holder, valentine ornaments, a Celtic Valentine’s Day treat box, a pixie box, door hangers, party decorations and more. These free printable crafts are perfect for preschool, homeschool, classroom and nursing home craft activities. Remember senior friends at Valentines Day when you exchange greeting cards.
Free printable brings you the best of web in freebies to print. This links takes you to the free printable valentines, just perfect for children’s Valentine’s Day exchanges. There are cute valentines with animals, hearts, frogs, flowers, dinosaurs and more. There are Valentine games, puzzles, decorations and other crafts, too. Be sure to scroll around for the multitude of other free printables.
Free Kids Crafts is another great free printable crafts clearinghouse. Sign up for the newsletter to see what great new activities are available. The link takes you to the first page of free printable valentines and Valentine’s Day crafts. This page has 12 different styles of valentine crafts. Note that this is just the first page–there are four more pages of free printable valentines greeting cards and crafts alone (not to mention all the stuff to print for other holidays. Print valentines with animals, cartoons, hearts, candy, toys and more. You can make free printable Valentine’s Day bookmarks, treat holders, paper glasses, party decorations, games, activities and more.
Teachers and homeschool parents, bookmark these sites for free printable party crafts, but also for that student who may have forgotten (or couldn’t afford) to buy valentines to share with the class. Don’t let her miss out on the valentine exchange fun–print off some valentines for her to fill out and distribute. I worked in high school special needs classroom. On Valentine’s Day, many students still wanted to participate in valentine exchanges, but were deemed “too old.” They were delighted when I printed valentines for them to make when their classwork was done.