Are you looking for valentines that are suitable for your child’s classroom? These printable valentines fit the bill – and they are free!
Putting together this collection made me laugh. Picking valentines when I was a child was a very deliberate process. I wanted the boy I liked to get the most lovey-dovey one in the package . . . but you couldn’t get too romantic and scare him away.
Then you had to make sure your friends got the “right” ones as well. Times have changed, and you know what? I’m glad. Because with printable valentines, you can make sure your kids have every valentine they could want or need.
And these 15 printable valentines are completely free! They are perfect for the classroom, too. Just scroll down to get them.
Free Printable Classroom Valentines
You’re So Fly
Just cut and fold these valentines for instant fun.
This collection of printables is inspired by the candies – and you can tie these to the individual boxes.
Up & Away
Felicia is sharing this airplane valentine, along with a cupcake baker at a cowboy at her site.
The little guys in the class will love this printable – add army men to the front with twine.
If your kids are addicted to Minecraft, then this sweetheart candy wrapper is perfect.
We Belong Together
What goes together? Milk and cookies, PB&J . . . these are perfect valentines for besties!
I love the variety of these sweet and modern valentines by Sara – you can send them to family members too.
These printables are twice as cute when you add a glittered pencil.
Love in the Air
This non-candy valentine is so cute – just add a balloon with washi tape to each one.
These printable valentines can be assembled last minute – just print and add a glow stick.
You can get plastic bugs at the craft store, and then just add them to these cute printables (Kim also has a free Silhouette cut file!).
Crayon Out Loud
Make crayons using bits in a silicone baking tray – and package them up with this cute printable.
If your kids are addicted to the rainbow loom, this printable is perfect to gift to classmates along with a bracelet.
Yet another one that is great for boys – tie on plastic animals using baker’s twine.
And now that you have your valentines? Check out these 35 Valentine’s Day classroom party ideas!