Free Printable Valentine’s Cards for Kids (Boy and Girl Sets)

Free Printable Valentine’s Cards for Kids (Boy and Girl Sets)

Valentine’s Day is exactly one week away! Does your child have Valentine’s cards to pass out in class yet?

These cards were created from Canva.com. One set is made for girls and one is for boys.

These may be for you if you:

  • Love freebies!
  • Don’t have time to run out to get cards
  • Want to make a goody bag or treat and it needs a cute tag

 

pinkVday     brunch

 

Step 1: Click on the PDF link at the bottom

Step 2: Print on stock paper if possible

Step 3: Cut along the dotted line or X’s

Step 4: Have your child sign “To” & “From”

 

Simple Right?

Here are the PDF links:

Girl’s Valentine’s Cards

Boy’s Valentine’s Cards

 

If you feel like creating your own free cards, check out Canva! These were so much fun to make!

Free Printable Activities (For Early Learning)

Free Printable Activities (For Early Learning)

Are you looking for some free printable activities to teach your child the alphabet? Who doesn’t love a good freebie?

Sometimes, you just need a good sit-down activity for your tot. Maybe you aren’t able to invest in other learning resources. And I totally understand! As a stay-at-home mom, we often times have to get creative or find deals.

Recently, I wrote about preschool readiness. I’m not a teacher or professional, but I am a Mom of 3 boys. And in this article, Pro’s and Con’s of sending kids to school are listed, along with various activities to encourage your kids now and through the school year!

Is My Child Ready For Preschool? (With Free Printable)

Here are 6 free printable activities for you!

 

Letter A Printable

Letter B Printable

Letter C Printable

 

 

Letter D Printable

Letter E Printable

Letter F Printable

 

Practice one letter activity per day with your 3 or 4-year-old. This can be a great way to encourage your child to focus on following instructions. The younger, your child is, the more of your help he or she will need.

Last year (our now 4 year-old) showed very little interest in structured activity. Through a whole year, learning activities were optional at home. Now, he is so excited for preschool!

There are other ways to incorporate early learning without sitting down. Actually, small children learn quickly when music and dance are incorporated! So if this type of activity isn’t right for you, there is hope!

 

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