Valentine’s Day is coming sooner than you think, and kids are all about having the coolest Valentines. If you’re the type of mom who wants to save money and make your kids happy at the same time – or if you’re a teacher who is looking for a simple way to let your students make their own Valentines cards, then these Printable Robot Finger Puppet Valentines are for you!
This free two-page template gives you EIGHT unique Valentines you can print out and give the kids to color, cut out and play with.
Print them out on regular paper or card stock. Then use scissors to cut out the cards themselves. Print multiple copies depending on how many kids you need to provide for. Then, each child can color in the cards with crayons, markers or colored pencils.
They then address the Valentines to whomever they want to give them to.
The recipient can cut out along the dotted lines around the robots and along the solid lines on the band to form a connected ring that they can then wear on their fingers!
A fun activity and toy in one Valentine.
My kids absolutely loved them!
Check out some of our other Valentine’s Day cards below!
This super cute card is made entirely from construction paper hearts. Your child will love cutting them out and putting them together. It's a great card for a special person in their life.
Need something in a hurry? Try these easy printable funny face Valentine's Day card. Just print them out on some card stock, cut out the easy rectangle shapes and have your kids write their friends' names on them. SIMPLE!
Have a young one at home who wants to do a fun Valentine's Day activity and learn something at the same time? Check out these fun activities and crafts that go along with the book, Guess How Much I Love You. These are perfect for preschool aged kids.
Another construction paper card that is perfect for a loved one, this is also a lovely keepsake. Just trace your child's hands into a heart shape and place them into a folded card. Voila! A card perfect for mom, grandma or anyone who would love to keep it forever.
These Valentine's Day cards are simple and easy for parents or teachers, but they are great at keeping kids occupied! Just print them out and cut the rectangular cards to give the children. Let them color their robot friend, then have them cut out on the dotted lines, fold and secure, and they have a fun new toy!
While not exactly a card, this Valentine's Day bunting is a great kid's craft. It uses colorful felt pieces glued together and pegged to a string to spell out a message of love. The kids will love it!
Another cute felt craft that can be used year round is this flannel heart wall hanging. Make it any size you want by picking up a cheap embroidery hoop and securing in some felt and gluing on some flannel hearts! Easy and adorable!
This post was originally published in January 2018 and has been updated since then.