99 Free Valentine’s Day Printables for Kids

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So who’s ready for an awesome list of free printables for the kids this Valentine’s Day?!  I know how chaotic the stores can get just before holidays, so I compiled this list to help you avoid the busy aisles, searching down those perfect Valentine cards and activities.  Plus some of the bloggers who’ve contributed to this list have some pretty amazing creations that I am so happy to have found!

We have already have our cards ready for his preschool party tomorrow but my son is pretty excited about Valentine’s Day and is eager to learn anything and everything.  After school tomorrow, I plan to enjoy some Gluten-Free S’mores Cookie Sandwiches (a tasty new recipe on our blog!) with my 3 1/2 year old who will be practicing Valentine’s Day words on our free Printing and Spelling Practice worksheet.  In a few years, we’ll be able to work on the Word Scramble together!

Alright…here’s the list… I’m sure you’ll find something you and your kids will enjoy!


Worksheets and Activities

  1. Valentine’s Day Word Scramble (familycentsability.com)
  2. Spelling/Printing Practice (familycentsability.com)
  3. 10 Things I Love About You – Blank List (embracingcreativity.net)
  4. 40-page Printable Pack for Pre-K (embarkonthejourney.com)
  5. Wordsearch #1 (jinxykids.com)
  6. Wordsearch #2 (graceandgoodeats.com)
  7. Placemat Printable Activity (coffeewithus3.com)
  8. Pre-filled Chatterbox (intheplayroom.co.uk) 
  9. Hershey Kiss Ring Craft + Cards (thriftyjinxy.com)
  10. Valentine Jar with Labels (thriftyjinxy.com)
  11. Handprint Card for Grandparents (amomstake.com)


Coupons and Coupon Books 

  1. Coupon book to give to kids (jinxykids.com)
  2. Coupon book to give out to parents, kids, friends, etc (eleganceandenchantment.com)


Decorative Printables

  1. Love & Hearts (embracingcreativity.net)
  2. Photo Prop Banner (sarahhalstead.com)
  3. Wall Art “Sealed with a Kiss” (thriftyjinxy.com)


Coloring Pages

  1. Heart coloring page (scribbleprints.blogspot.com)
  2. I love you beary much (morethanamomofthree.com)


Treat Toppers 

  1. Treat Toppers – pink and red hearts (thriftyjinxy.com)
  2. Treat Toppers – goldfish (missontosave.com)
  3. Straw Toppers (threedifferentdirections.com)



  1. Aliens (hiitsjilly.com)
  2. Suckers (hiitsjilly.com)
  3. Puppies (twolittlecavaliers.com)
  4. Planes (missinformationblog.com)
  5. Frog & Pencil (hiitsjilly.com)
  6. Variety of 3 (aspectacledowl.com)
  7. Owl (graceandgoodeats.com)
  8. Olaf (onecreativemommy.com)
  9. Poprocks (aboutamom.com)
  10. Brave (onecreativemommy.com)
  11. Great Catch (wifemomgeek.com)
  12. Tootsie Pop (onecreativemommy.com)
  13. Bear (graceandgoodeats.com)
  14. Frozen Olaf (onecreativemommy.com)
  15. Big Hero 6 (desertchica.com)
  16. Color By Number (amomstake.com)
  17. S’mores (couponcuttingmom.com)
  18. Popcorn (adayincandiland.com)
  19. A”maze” (amomstake.com)
  20. Bananas For You (thriftynorthwestmom.com)
  21. Sports (wifemomgeek.com)
  22. Highlight of My Life (thriftynorthwestmom.com)
  23. Minecraft (digitalmomblog.com)
  24. Stuck on You (onecreativemommy.com)
  25. Word Search (aboutamom.com)
  26. You’re a Gem (thesuburbanmom.com)
  27. Seed Packet (faithfullyfree.com)
  28. Lego (momvstheboys.com)
  29. Smarties (momvstheboys.com)
  30. Variety of 15 Cards (twokidsandacoupon.com)
  31. Disney Pixar (cmongetcrafty.com)
  32. Lego (thismamaloves.com)
  33. Minecraft (thismamaloves.com)
  34. American Girl (thismamaloves.com)
  35. You’re a Winner (thriftynorthwestmom.com)
  36. The “Write” Stuff (threedifferentdirections.com)
  37. Minions (threedifferentdirections.com)
  38. Hipster (thismamaloves.com)
  39. Pencil Arrow (thismamaloves.com)
  40. Sticker Sheet (newlywedsurvival.com) 
  41. Healthy Sticker/Cards (thethriftycouple.com)
  42. 4 Non-Food – pencil, glowsticks, etc (thethriftycouple.com)




5 ways to reduce the stress of Christmas shopping


Great tips for making your Christmas shopping less stressful
1. Start early

This is the most helpful, yet least followed suggestion.  Unless you are purchasing a holiday specific gift set or product that will not be released until just before the holidays, you can start your shopping as early as you want!  I find this to be the most efficient way to be prepared, save the most money, and reduce the stress of holiday shopping.  This also is true for homemade gifts.  Even if the gift itself will not take long to make, popular supplies will sell out quickly as others prepare to make gifts as well.


2. Prepare

Make lists of who you need to shop for, what you need to buy, and where you need to get it.  Check out our holiday gift guide for some great ideas!  Also look ahead of time at ads to price match and for coupons to save some money.  Your gift recipient never has to know ;-)


3. Map out a route

I know this sounds silly but map out your shopping route.  Make sure you know where each store is located. Tackle one shopping center at a time. The holiday shopping time is well known for being busy and with more accidents, even when the weather is clear.  When looking for a store, make sure to stay a safe distance behind the next vehicle so they don’t surprise you with a sudden stop.  An accident, no matter how minor, will cause you more lost time than heading to the next stop light and going back to your missed turn.


4. Shop online

If you know what you are looking for, many products are available on the retailer or store website with affordable or even free shipping rates during the holidays.  You never know, you may even find a better deal or a gift that wasn’t available in store!


5. Have back up gift ideas

Unfortunately stores may sell out of that new toy everyone is talking about, so make sure to have a back up gift idea for the inevitable.


So these are just a few rules that I follow from year to year.  What is your biggest stress-reducing Christmas shopping tip?


Make your holiday shopping go much more smoothly by following these 5 tips

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