Adorbs Valentine’s Day Printables – You’re SNOW Cool!

I know it feels like January will never end, but the big day of love will be here before we know it! These sweet little Valentine’s Day Printables for little kids will cover your bases when it’s time to share something special with the whole class.

They are so cute, I think anybody would love to get them! Or give them. I may have had little kids in mind when I created them, but I promise you don’t have to be a Kindergartner for valentines!

Along with my printable, I’m doing a mini roundup of more printable Valentine’s Day cards. You don’t really need anything more than these options!

Valentine’s Day Printable from Cheered On Mom

I made this one because I couldn’t resist the little Scandinavian graphics, and because WE’RE SURROUNDED BY SNOW. Have I mentioned how badly it’s piling up?

The You’re Snow Cool Valentine

Here’s the preview of the card, but don’t print this image–hit the download button to grab the PDF that will print nicely!

Psst! The cards are 5×7″.

beautiful graphics of mountains, snow, and clouds reading "you're snow cool!"

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The first time my son needed to share some Valentine’s Day cards, I grabbed some from the store. Oh, the days of preschool!

This time around, I’m so excited to print our own fun cards and maybe get some themed little Valentine’s gifts to go along with them. Eek! (I bet my excitement will wear off around the fourth grade?)

If you’re looking for super cute goody bag gifts to throw in with this snowy Valentine’s printable, I’ve got your back.

I sure hope you love them!

More Super Cute Valentine’s Day Printables!

Super Sweet Sloth Valentines

Cori from Hey Let’s Make Stuff has gone with the rare choice of a sloth-themed Valentine. It’s working for her. How cute are these??

Cuter Than Cute Dog Valentines

Andrea from Momfessionals never disappoints and has several cute Valentine’s Day printables on her blog, including these sweet dog cards!

Making Valentine’s Day Special as a Family

We like to celebrate this holiday as a family, with some heart-shaped food or pink desserts, a small gift for the kids, and doing the “heart attack” tradition by covering our kids’ doors in hearts each day from Feb 1-14.

I wrote all about our Valentine’s day traditions with the kids here. You may also want to check out how our Valentine’s day celebrations have changed over the years…specifically pre- vs. post-kids.

Valentine's Day Printables

How do you celebrate Valentine’s day? I hope you and your kiddos have a wonderful one!

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