Sweet Free Printable Valentine's Day Cards That Teach Phonics Consonant Blends!
Printable Valentine's Day Cards that you can use to give away and as learning/creative activities all in one! Free for all parents, teachers, kids & readers of all shapes and sizes.
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In a hurry? Go ahead and grab the free printable cards:
And now on to the printable Valentine's card designs (handmade & great to make printable love cards 🙂 !
Such a simple activity, but a printable Valentine's card to color (or just print and sign!) is a great way to teach lessons your kiddo needs to know.
These printable cards for Valentine's Day:
- Are a fun activity for school or home,
- Aren't insanely expensive (if you have a lot of Valentine's cards to buy (hint: teachers! ..or librarians!),
- Can be easily printed at home,
- Have the added bonus of giving your little one practice with a few consonant blends,
- Are the perfect size for a Valentine's Box, and of course..
- Encourage reading!
Teacher's Tip: Have your child fill in the "To" section on their own (for the receiver), and also the "From" section, to give him practice in writing his own name!
Tip: Looking for more printable free Valentine's cards to color?
While I was creating these cards, I found lots of great inspiration all over the interwebs 🙂 Check out these printable card templates for all occasions on Amazon, and come up with something creative for the holidays and make your own Valentine's Day corner bookmarks!
I hope you enjoy these easy free printable cards! (Or to use as a cute phonics consonant blends activity with your kids at home!)
These free Valentine's cards, handmade, are in .pdf format so that you can print as you like or download for easy access. Just CLICK HERE to enter your e-mail and I'll zip it over to you!
Grab these free printable card templates to be ready for the BIG DAY!
Are you the kind of person who likes to be prepared ahead of time? Or on the opposite end, are you looking for something last minute?
Either way, you can easily pull up these printable Valentine's cards to work on at home or in the classroom. Use these card templates for crafting together as you teach and learn phonics!
Valentine's Day Card Meme:
One last tip (you can thank me later): Just to make your day a little brighter, check out these Valentine's memes and tokens of love from funny kids. Enjoy but come back to get your printable cards! 🙂
As a bonus, in case you have leftover Amazon gift card money to spend after Christmas this year, I've done a little extra research for what to buy your beginning reader!
I'm going to focus on Amazon deals for readers, because that's where I do a lot of my own personal spending. (Busy mama alert! I get anything online I possibly can, because it's all about consolidating, planning, and then enjoying my family!)
Before you start your Amazon shopping though, make sure you are a Prime member. Prime Members get exclusive gifts, free shipping on tons of items, hundreds of free books and movies and the list goes on and on. It's a must-have.
First, check out this so-cool Book Box you can sign up for!
From Amazon: "Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers hand-picked children’s books every 1, 2, or 3 months. Discover new favorites that inspire a love of reading—new adventures await in every box!
Prime Book Box saves you up to 40% off List Price, and provides the best value on hardcover books sold by Amazon.com.
What's in a Prime Book Box? Each box contains hardcover books or board books, depending upon the age range of the child you select to receive the box.
What a COOL GIFT! Or just something for your own family to start building your library.
Yes, and this one looks great too!
- Both Prime and non-Prime members can sign up for this 30 day free trial. (In the ad below).
- Customers can sign up for free trial on Android devices Fire devices.
- The trial includes unlimited access to more than 16,000 kid-friendly books, videos and apps as well as parental controls to help create a unique experience for each child.
- FreeTime Unlimited is available in the US, Germany, and UK.
- After the trial period, membership starts at only $2.99/month for an individual plan.
Not bad! I included this one because - 16,000 kid-friendly books is included. Instant HUGE library for your child at their home, or on vacation, or... wherever!
If your child doesn't have a device yet for reading books on the go, here's a deal on the Fire 7 Kid's Edition:
Aaaand I also happened to noticed that they have this awesome two-fer deal! TWO tablets pretty close to the price of one. With multiple kiddos, this may be this best deal:
Audible gives you two FREE audio books when you sign up. (And you can do this with a free trial!) A great way to do read-alouds when your voice can't take it another minute 🙂 Listen to books in the car or at bedtime!
Did you know that books go for a low price or many times free with this countdown program? Keep a shortcut of this on your desktop so you can see what books are being discounted that would be great for your readers:
Aaah okay. Not another sale, but since I'm talking Amazon, be SURE you have the free KINDLE APP on your device. You can download books without having a Kindle! Yes, you can purchase Kindle books this way, but for Prime members there are also a TON of free books. Enjoy! (App is free.)
Let me know if there are any other gift ideas you have for our beginning readers in the comments below!
P.S. Don't forget to grab those fun free printable Valentine's cards! 🙂 CLICK HERE to enter your e-mail and they are yours!
Remember, these free printable Valentine's Day cards can be a great gift to family or friends, or they could simply be a fun way to practice some consonant digraphs with your kids at home.
Also, if you have any other free Valentine's printables that work great for you, please share them in the comments!
Okay, ONE MORE tip if you are looking for printable Valentine's cards: Check out these cute ideas for funny Valentine's Day cards at the website Confidence Meets Parenting .
Kids looove funny jokes and Valentine's Day is a perfect time to share those "knock-knock" jokes. Check out the funny Valentine's Day cards above or just google ideas for some good punchlines 🙂