Grab these free printable Valentine’s Day blank cards just in time for the Valentine’s Day card exchange at school!
These cards are perfect for writing your own special messages on!
The printable comes with 24-total cards with eight unique colors. Make sure to add more copies or remove some of the pages to adjust for the number of kids in the class.
My oldest, a 5th grader, is participating in a class exchange this year for which they need to write a Valentine for each of the kids in the class that celebrates a positive trait in each friend.
I think this is a wonderful opportunity to practice working with others and celebrating what each person brings to the classroom whether it’s a special skill, a talent, or a character trait.
We made these blank Valentine’s Day cards because:
- 5th graders are apparently too cool for school and aren’t that interested in your basic licensed Valentine’s Day cards from the store. << insert sigh and slight eye roll! >>
- These cards leave the perfect amount of space to write a less generic message!
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Valentine’s Day Card Supplies
- Printable Blank Valentine’s Day Cards (Grab this at the end of this post!)
- Card stock
- Small Stickers
How to Use Your Blank Valentine’s Day Cards
Print your Valentine’s Day cards on card stock. This will ensure it’s a little more durable. If you don’t have cardstock, regular printer paper will still work fine, but it will just be a little flimsy.
Cut along the grey lines. Write your own special message to friends in the heart and make sure to fill out each friend’s name and your name.
To seal your Valentine’s Day joke cards, you can fold them in half like a hot dog (the blank side of the paper facing outward) and then use a sticker to keep the card shut.
You can also choose to fold them with the name and heart on the outside. If you choose to fold them this way, you don’t need to write your friend’s name again on the blank side of the paper.
You might also like these free Valentine’s Day cards with jokes on them!
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