If you are looking for cute printable Valentines Day cards for your kids, then look no further! These Free Bee themed Valentines are so much fun for boys and girls of all ages.
I am so excited to share these adorable Bee Mine Valentines’ Day printable cards with you today! We just love Valentines’ Day in my house and we always look forward to the Valentines’ Day party and card exchange we do in our homeschool co-op group every year!
I also wanted to create a valentine that my toddlers could give to each other . After all, I don’t want them to be excluded from all of the fun! Even though we usually make these delicious chocolates together for an extra special Valentines Day treat!
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Free Printable Bee Valentines’ Day Cards
My children are huge nature lovers, so they specifically requested animal themed Valentines for this year and I was up for the challenge. It may have taken me a few days to come up with 6 unique, yet equally cute sayings that went along with the bee theme…but I think I did it 🙂
These sweet cards are perfect for your children’s preschool or kindergarten classroom exchanges. I think they could also work really well for older elementary students as well (my 9 year old will be using them this year). Just print off 2 or 3 copies depending on your child’s class size. And like I mentioned before, these free Valentines’ cards are perfect if you have toddlers who want to exchange cards with each other too :).
Fun Ideas to Use these Valentines Day Cards for Classroom Exchanges
We are just keeping it simple this year and doing candy free Valentines’, but if you like to do a little more than just a card, here are some cute ideas that coordinate really well:
Simple Instructions for Bee Mine Printable PDF
As I said this is really simple. Basically just print out, cut up, and address. But I just wanted to share a couple of suggestions to make these Valentines’ a little bit sweeter.
- If you want your Valentines to be simply as they are I recommend printing them out on standard white card stock just to give them a little added strength and a bit of a nicer, professional look.
- If you want your cards to be a little more festive and Valentines’ Day-esque, print them out on just regular white computer paper and then you can mount them onto shades of pretty pink and/or red card stock. It would also be really pretty to use glittery card stock if you have it.
- Another option is to just print them out directly on the pink or red card stock paper if you prefer the cards to have less white in them.
- Just one more simple suggestion: Because I don’t have little envelopes for these Valentines’ Day cards…as my five year old kindly pointed out, I suggest folding them in thirds. On the outside, have your child address them to each of their classmates and friends. Finally to finish it off, seal it with a cute sticker (possibly a bee or a heart). And thats really it!
Simple, Cute and Fun!!