Superhero Valentines Day Cards

These cute superhero Valentines Day cards are free! Your preschoolers will love passing them out at their class parties or play dates.

If your preschoolers can write their name, let them sign their name to each of these preschool Valentine cardsThis is a great way to have little ones practice their handwriting in a meaningful way.

These cute superhero Valentines Day cards are free! Your preschoolers will love passing them out at their class parties or play dates.

These free preschool printables are perfect for class parties, Sunday School, sports teams, dance class, and co-op parties. Basically, if your kids will be around other kids this Valentine’s Day, these cards are sure to be a hit.

Pair them with a fun superhero figurine for a great non-candy Valentine’s Day treat!

Superhero Valentines Day Cards

These Superhero Valentines Day cards are super easy to construct! Just print them on cardstock and cut them out. I like to use a paper cutter, because it’s much faster than using scissors.

Once you’ve got them all cut out, have your child choose a card for each family member, classmate, or friend they want to give a card to.

You can address the “to” part, and let your child sign his/her name at the bottom of each one.

It’s just that easy!

Valentines Day Books for Kids

Fill your book basket with a great collection of Valentines books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.

If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.

Amelia Bedelia's First ValentineI Spy Little Hearts: A Book of Picture RiddlesThe Berenstain Bears' Valentine Blessings (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights)

Amelia Bedelia’s First Valentine – School is always exciting for Amelia Bedelia, and getting her first Valentine’s Day card may be the most exciting surprise of all. But what will she do when she forgets her valentines for her classmates on the bus? Luckily, Amelia Bedelia is resourceful, and she doesn’t break any hearts.

I Spy Little Hearts – Preschoolers can search for hearts galore, as well as other intriguing toys and trinkets! Picture clues and rhyming riddles guide the youngest readers through the delightful puzzles.

The Berenstain Bears’ Valentine Blessings – In The Berenstain Bears’ Valentine Blessings, young readers and Sister Bear find out that Brother Bear has a secret admirer! Sweetie Bear has sent him a valentine card, complete with pink hearts and flowers. What will tough, hockey-playing Brother do about this and his teasing sister?

These cute superhero Valentines Day cards are free! Your preschoolers will love passing them out at their class parties or play dates.

Teaching Resources

This Valentine’s Day felt board is a wonderful accompaniment to the book by Lucille Colandro called I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose. All of our stories are fabric backed with felt. This gives our stories amazing detail you just can’t get with felt alone. This sets will help children retell this story again and again. A great tool to teach sequencing.

Celebrate the day of love with these sweet felt pieces! These 8 Valentine’s Day felt board pieces are great for independent, quiet play or group activities. The pieces are made of felt and will stick to felt or flannel.

Print out some game cards, and play a round (or two) of Superhero Charades with your little ones.

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  1. These are perfect for my grandchildren…presently superhero fans. Like the suggestion of the figurine instead of candy.