Valentine’s Day is a fun day for kids! They get to hand out candy and cards to classmates and celebrate along with everyone else.
One of the classic activities for the big day is handing out Valentine cards to friends and classmates.
These fun farm valentine cards are the perfect addition to kids’ Valentine’s day this year! All you need is some scissors, paper, and a printer and your kids will have a unique card to give to all their friends!
Print these cards out and if you have other kids that need some cards, be sure to look through all of our printable Valentine cards for kids for more ideas.
Farm Animal V-Day Cards
- White cardstock
- Scissors or paper trimmer
- Farm animal Valentine printable (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Download the farm Valentine cards and print them on white cardstock.
Cut out the cards with scissors or a paper trimmer.
Have your child write their name on each of the cards at the bottom where the “From” banner is.
That’s it! They’re so simple and cute too!
Each of these cards is formatted as 3.5″ x 4.5″ and there are 4 cards to a sheet.
More Valentine’s Ideas
You’ve got the perfect Valentine’s Day cards ready for your child to pass out, but what about everything else? We’ve got some great Valentine’s-themed ideas that are perfect for helping your child learn and have fun.
First on the list are books! Reading aloud to your child can help them develop a love of reading, build communication skills and focus on what they are reading.
It can also encourage curiosity which is good for improving attention span as well as listening abilities! Finally, it’s a fun activity so you’ll both be happy! Below are some of our favorite Valentine’s Day books.
Love From The Crayons – If your kids love any of the Crayon books, they’ll want to read this Valentine version where the crayons explore the bright colors and subtle shades of love.
The Invisible String – This is a sweet story all children will want to hear. It’s about a mother who tells her two children that they’re all connected by an invisible string.
Little Blue Truck’s Valentine – Join Little Blue Truck as he delivers Valentine’s Day cards to all his farm animal friends. As he does, he wonders, will anyone give one to him?
Working on crafts with kids can do wonders for their mental health, creativity, and the development of skills needed in life. It’s a fun way to practice fine motor skills, cutting practice, and learning to follow directions.
With so many benefits, why not add in some more crafts?! Below are some of our favorite ideas.
Penguin Valentine Craft – Kids can make this adorable penguin to give as a gift or hang on the fridge. It’s great for practicing scissor skills and making something cute in just minutes!
Pikahcu Valentine Card Craft – Pikachu is one of the most popular Pokemon around, so it’s no surprise that this cute card craft featuring him will be a hit with kids. All you need to do is print out and cut out the template from our site – it’s free! And then just glue your pieces together into a happy little card. Add some glitter on top if you want to make it stand out even more!
Monkey Valentine Craft – Make your Valentine’s Day crafts this year with these cute paper monkeys. Simply download the template, print it out, and get started! It’s a perfect craft to make with kids at home or in the classroom.
Minion Valentine Card Craft – Looking for a fun activity to do with your kids this Valentine’s Day? Make them their very own Minion card! Here are the instructions on how to make it. Happy Valentines’ day!
These free printable Valentine connect-the-dots are a great no prep activity for kids on Valentine’s Day. It can be done as an independent task or as part of some other fun Valentine’s day activities.
Need a learning activity that’s fun to do? These Valentine do-a-dot printables are perfect for helping your little one practice letter recognition, counting, patterns, and more! They’re great for preschool, pre k, and kindergarten children.
This Valentine playdough kit is a great way to spend time with your kids. It’s also perfect for hands-on sensory fun that will help kids use their creativity! Give them the tools they need and let them have some creative expression this February.